Hello Tyler and all,
Do you remember the saying, "if you have nothing nice to say it is
better to say nothing at all?" I think the below post is a case in
point. It is alright to dislike a game, it is alright to give
constructive criticism, and to have an opinion about a game that is
different from the author/creator. However, it is not ok to tell a game
developer to "recycle and shutdown."
Do remember that all of us are human and have our own unique likes and
dislikes. Game developers generally like what they create, and don't
mind a little cunstructive criticism or feedback from time to time.
However, when you are negative, insulting, and do nothing but put down
a person or product that person's feelings are bound to get hurt. Even
worse that person may decide that creating future games for the blind is
not worth his/her time, and the blind gaming community suffers as a
result of it.
So consider this as a warning. Offer cconstructive criticism or keep
your thoughts to yourself. It isn't so much what you think, but how you
express it that counts.
Tyler Littlefield wrote:
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