Frank Hamrick wrote:
And most Kickstarters have yet to see their games! This company has no respect for their kickstarters. They treat them like trash, using them only to line their pockets (take their money up front) so they can produce whatever, then sell to everyone else before getting around to shipping out to their investors! I'll never KS another game from this company, nor will I again buy their games. Not until - leadership changes, apologies are made, and the company reaches out to those customers they have dis-respected.
Final thoughts: Is gaming that important in life? No. But the principles of integrity, promptness, fairness, responsibility are important. It's not the game that concerns me. I can live without it. It's the lack of common courtesy and high principles that greatly disturbs me.
Well said, Frank. Well said.