I thought I wouldn't say anything, because what I have to say can be taken wrongly. But as you already said some of what I feel, Charles, I'll just add.

I can't stand it if someone says they don't like a game, and this has happened many times, because they couldn't figure out how to play it. In reality they couldn't play it and can't really give an opinion. That's all they know.

Take the example of games on the ps3. If I now won a lottery and bought me a psp or ps3 without any preparation and try and play the games without help at first, I won't accomplish anything. The same will happen if I buy a game and not read the manual. The fact that I couldn't play a game does not entitle me to say that I don't like a game just because I couldn't play it. Picture this conversation... Someone asks me how I like the games I've bought on the psp/ps3. I answer "I don't like it." "why?" "Uh I didn't know how to turn it on." "did you read the manual?" "Uh um not yet."

If you don't like a specific genre of game, fair enough, but you can't offer an opinion on something you don't know anything about.

Just to clear any confusion up, I don't know anything about the playstation and I only used it as an example. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Charles Rivard" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Gamers Discussion list" <gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2008 11:22 AM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Lonewolf enemy destroyers.

You shoot enemy ships and listen to them blow up and sink when playing Lone Wolf. The game is not all that hard to play, either. Rather than just saying that you hate a game and cannot play it, can you be more, to coin a phrase, constructively criticismic? Any thoughts on how David Greenwood can make the game so that you do like it and can play it? Or, what problems are you having with playing the game? I'm sure that someone or someones can steer you in the right direction.

Pretty is as pretty does.

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