Pocus wrote:Dear players,
We are now missing a mere +12% positive comments on the EAW Steam page to switch from 'variable' to 'positive'. The "problem" being that many of our long term players don't pay Steam a visit. On the other hand the people doing the reviews on Steam are for the most part, much less comfortable with the AGE engine system! So all in all, there is a bias, against us.
So if you have not yet put a review at the EAW page on Steam, please do so, that would be appreciated. Greatly!
As for the practical details. Every user who has bought EAW at Ageod (prefered solution), Matrix or Slitherine, can get a redeem key to Steam. Once you have redeemed your key, you can put a review as long as you spent a bit of time into the game (even if only on the Main Menu, haha).
Again, thanks, this will help us!
The Ageod Team.
Rongor wrote:This is somewhat poor. Wouldn't it be preferable to bring a game that is by quality able to convince even newcomers to spend a good review? You call them biased because they complain about the engine?
So since your engine is so divine, they must be biased? This is a highly dubious attitude.
Have you ever thought of understanding the criticism as a hint, that should point you on the need to review the accessibility of your work again? People who are new to AGEOD have a hard time with EAW. Not because they are impatient or too stupid to understand your engine, it is the lack of documentation and care. If you solve this by scrambling your fanbase to put the steam reviews in the desired order, you simply fail to listen to in fact unbiased customers, so if anybody is biased, it is in fact nobody else than you.
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