You said that from the James North situation,
Though I guess if there's one thing I learned if I were to become a dev
would be, always keep people posted on what's going on with the game.
Another way is not to promote and take money for a game until it is done. And
one does not want to Or repeatedly set release dates and break them.
James also did not make any friends by always telling people how they should be
writing games and handling their company business. You know no one likes a
know it all.
As I was saying, I hate it when people don't finish their
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