Originally Posted by blueskirt
Some of us have been disappointed in the latest, unofficial, King's Quest game and disappointed in Telltale's latest games, and the last thing we want is to be disappointed in Telltale's take on King's Quest too. I'm sure you can understand that.
That's why we are voicing what we want and do not want to see in Telltale's King's Quest. It's called constructive criticism, and the best moment to voice constructive criticism is early on, when the game design and plot can still be changed, not when the game is out and it's too late to change anything.
Constructive criticism and a desire to voice your wants early on is quite different from saying that Telltale has "no right" to make a KQ game, or that Telltale is going to "massacre" King's Quest and spreading negative word of mouth to kill the game without even seeing a screenshot or anything about the game.