People keep making threads about how pissed off they are about the games' release ( or lack thereof )
Is because they don't want their opinion of whats going on shuffled to a fifteen-page long thread they are pretty certain no-one pays much attention to.
Vain; your research into threads & insistence that people should keep things to the threads that were started on the subject is the general flavor of TTG.
You claim it's your "job" & that other people should do the research before they post.
I'll tell you the research I've done. I've looked into TTG & their business model.
It sucks like a black hole, & I will continue to let everyone on every forum I post know how lovely their games really are. Fanbois be damned; This game blows, & when you post things like this; you make it easy to dislike everything about this company.
( Originally posted by Vain on another's lengthy "screw this game & company"
" Guys, I seriously have enough of this stuff.
I have openly questioned the effect of the e-mails Cisko proposed and I will continue to do so.
Mods are thinking a lot about the "instigation to spam TTG support" issue, and where it applies. Sure you can post the relevant e-mail addresses if a relevant support issue comes up. But if you do that just in order to raise more and more posters e-mailing Telltale with exactly the same question - which is already answered to boot - then, yes, prepare to be reprimanded.
I have closed threads which were CLEARLY duplicates in the release date/ Telltale communication venting direction. None of those threads were deleted.
Cisko, keep this stuff in the release date thread. If you want to talk about THE GAME, feel free to open threads. If you have a support issue, post in the support forum. If you want to have a chat about forum rules, post in "General chat". Learn to edit your posts and multi-quote, and stop double posting. Next one of those random "me poor community member" threads in here, we'll have a problem."
Then quit your "job"
You arn't moderator, you're a forum nazi semi-empowered by the owners of said forums to edit, lock & delete posts they & you don't approve of.
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