Feud wrote:I want to hug you guys, quite being pineapples!
What in the world does that mean?
Hehe, typo included, just 'cause.
Xocrates wrote:You know, this is an interesting discussion, but in the age of the Angry Internet Men and the Entitled Gamer I find myself trying to go against the flow and stand for The Man.
Ace Rimmer wrote:IV basically has a giant, willing, and knowledgeable "staff" at it's fingertips (not me, others) and does pull from it every so often, but has never taken true advantage of this resource.
Just one option would be to create some sort of veteran player (for each game) group with *access, and in lieu of £'s, give that person/group freebies. If nothing else, such freebies could be distributed amongst the rest of the population in the form of prizes, awards, gifts of appreciation (for superb community service, e.g. Dedcon/Dedwina). Obviously, some sort of NDA-like agreement would be needed.
Chris wrote: And I love the fact that PAX exists, and that it hasn’t devolved into the cynical big corporate nonsense of E3
Enclave wrote: I've lurked these boards for years but this is the first time I felt like posting, the guys need support right now, not complaints. Yes you helped make IV what it is today, but just as easily they will falter without your assistance. Let them do their work and in the end you will all be rewarded with more games.
Nutter wrote:To bring it back a bit to the slogan part, I always thought introversion first and foremost was about making games with good gameplay.
So what about: "Introversion, games with actual gameplay"
Too cheeky or just introversion cheeky?
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