That’s not at all what you were doing lol… you implied they know better than the community immediately after the community brought attention to an error that slipped through the cracks. You went on to insinuate most hardcore players don’t know what they’re talking about.
One dev playing on Legend (ie. the dev we knew plays on Legend) is irrelevant to the fact that most don’t. Kinda falls squarely within the bounds of the statement its aiming to refute.
Frankly, you posting apologist bs in a feeback forum is asinine. 99% of the feedback isn’t remotely incensed and when it is, it’s typically because it’s been months since we were lied to by the advertising department and the devs have barely communicated with us. What’s more insulting? Constructive criticism and feedback or someone trying to disregard that feedback? How about investing tons of time into dealing with the game’s issues, then more time communicating those issues on the forum, then virtually never receiving any acknowledgement from the devs, even in beta?
I scarcely talk to the team and usually, when I do, it’s polite. The few times it hasn’t, it has been a direct result of the aforementioned, “I paid retail price for what was advertised as a full-release Collector’s Edition and instead of a finished, polished game I’m now an unpaid playtester.”
I don’t have grudges, I have logic. Your derisive attempts to dismiss any/all negative feedback are both illogical and unhelpful. Being a condescending douche about it a la “the devs know better” when they haven’t yet communicated or demonstrated it and each patch is a new fresh hell doesn’t help either. Yes, there are lots of good things about the game but suggesting to a group of hardcore gamers they just don’t know what they’re talking about is idiotic.