To buy Sims 4 or not to buy Sims 4
that is the question
My life right now is a series of Progressive ads on repeat.
My son is watching Progressive ads.
One thing I’ve noticed is that, within the gaming community, there are always the really angry gamers. Extremely vocal gamers who are vehemently angry with a developer about things. It is usually because of some design decision or implementation about the game that just rubbed some of the players the wrong way. And boy, do gamers love to hold grudges.
If you work on games, you too will probably see them at some point. Hopefully you won’t have to deal with them directly - that’s what community management is for. But it always helps to understand your player base, because it helps to translate the things they say into actual useful feedback.
As always, askagamedev has it nailed. Insightful post. I have to smile, though, because that list of suggestions for how to deal with the Angry Gamer are things I don’t usually do…or do the opposite of, sometimes. Poke the bear? Why, yes I think I will, thanks. Food for thought, I suppose.
An honest friendship is one in which even after weeks of not speaking, things are still the same whenever you choose to speak. I don’t see the obsession with talking to people every single day online or over text just to call yourselves friends. If you don’t talk to me for a while, I’m not going to assume you don’t want to be friends.
idk how I should feel right now
guy saw me at work
decided I was cute and aproachable
his solution was to find me on face book and tell me I have pretty eyes
he IS a friend of a friend….