Rednal wrote:...Having a company policy isn't BS. That's usually the kind of thing a company decides after carefully considering their options, running the numbers, and determining what's best for them.
Don't twist my words, the last thing I want to hear is more hollow defense from a blind fanatic. If that's what you THOUGHT I said, then it's pretty clear why you've spent years failing to understand that you've been duped.
Trying to spin that into suggesting they don't care about their audience is...
Well, aren't you the King of trying to spin things? Look at this exact quote from you, where you're not only misinterpreting(and failing to quote because it wouldn't support your argument), but then casually attempting to undermine me. You want to know what's really "
"? How you've spent years subtly ridiculing everyone that speaks out against NISA and trying to shift opinion to be favorable of their company. Until they hired this new PR/editor, you were undoubtedly their best spin doctor, and you don't even work for them.
Rednal wrote:All Prinny Supervisor was really saying was that policies can be changed if someone can provide sufficient reason for doing so. This is normal in business - even required, in some cases, in order to adapt to a changing market.
Finally, to be clear, I understand and agree to all of that, and nothing I said runs contrary to any of it. I know PS said that and I know how businesses run. Thanks for contributing nothing except misdirection and condescension.
NISChina wrote:It might be delusional, but Prinny Supervisor did tell us that he wanted to see the amount of interest that could be gauged in an uncensored release of CG2 (we're talking about Steam here, not any other platforms).
Sure, and that's why CensoredGaming had that petition that was in the other topic. Well, that petition hit over 1500 signatures, and not a damn word about it in over a month. The interest is clearly there, yet we hear nothing. But that's okay, because I'm quite sure when we hear something it's going to be, "Well, I fought for all of us, but the people in charge aren't ready to give in yet. Keep trying and buy our products now, and maybe we will get them next time!"
NISChina wrote:Gonna say again, that I might seem delusional but the trailer for CG1 does not really have any indication of any sort of censorship being invoked onto the game, except for the dialogue change "Motivation," but really, that's minor compared to the pink gas/voices, and none of that being changed was evident in that trailer.
Did they blatantly hide those things in an effort to either tease us, or hint that we truly are getting this game uncensored in the west?
It's censored. We already know it's censored. If you're hoping it's not, then yes, you are delusional.
Prinny Supervisor wrote:CG is already in the books, as it were (we announced that it was coming to Steam a while back and we've been constantly working it out), but CG2 has the slightest glimmer of an itty-bitty hope of coming to Steam uncensored, but that would require an exception to company policy and a very long meeting about budgets and scheduling, as has been stated.
NISChina wrote:The fact that Prinny told us he wants us to show the company demand in no censorship means their policy is BS. They are just oblivious to what fans actually want, or don't care. I do hope Prinny will help with starting a new trend within NIS tbh. He is the potential saviour that we need to convince the big corporate heads/shareholders that there's a bigger and better market for degenerates like us.
I can agree with most of what you said there. However, doesn't anyone else find it weird that so many users here see PS as the second coming of NISA-glory? All of this skepticism, cynical fans, backlash over censorship, and then all of a sudden we get this new employee that talks like one of us and acts like one of us, and tells us how hard he is fighting to make us happy... yet it does no good? I mean, other than a bunch of words, has PS actually given the community anything? I'm only commenting on this because I see on multiple forums that PS is being praised for... words. Seriously. I will admit I'm a cynic and always have been, but when did people start trusting everything that was said to them by someone who works for a company that wants to sell a product? Does anyone even understand that an employee is SUPPOSED to make their company look and sound better than they really are? Was the term "sales person" removed from the English language while I wasn't looking?
@RandomR and razisgosu
I seriously don't understand how either of you have hope. You two both clearly see the hypocrisy on NISA's end. I really don't get it, but at least you're not walking through a barn and pretending you smell roses; you know what's surrounding you.