I have a right to know what I paid $10 extra for? Answer the question.
This question needs to be answered. I'm not going away. Answer the question.
The longer the question is left unanswered the more evidence there is that Keen's business practices are unethical, immortal and bordering on criminal. It's also more evidence that Keen use Early Access as crowdfunding for other unrelated projects the company has started.
This list of my asking a reasonable question over a long period of time is going towards documentation to show how Keen conducts it business and how it treats it's customers.
I'm an outspoken critic of KSH and their practices and even *I* think you're being a doofus. Don't buy into Early Access games if you can't comprehend that you might not be getting what you paid for. Simple as that. My experience with KSH has taught me to never buy into an early access game again, unless I'm doing it to support the developers vision (the only reason you should).
Get over your indignation. The short answer is you paid the 10 extra dollars, because you have a skewed and flawed understanding of what you were purchasing and as much ire as I have towards this developer... that's on YOU, not them. No one forced you to shell out the money.
This is like seeing a game on sale for 50% off that you bought at full price and wondering what you paid the extra 50% for... you paid it because YOU pulled the trigger on the purchase before waiting to see if it was a sound investment.
Get over it and move on.
I'm a doofus? Seriously? Has anyone told you lately bud? I didn't thinks so. Well I am.
And whilst I'm here, I'll damn well get over it when I feel good and ready not because you told me to. Who the hell do you think you are?
You obviously don't get what a principle is and from the sound of it never will.
Fine then. Waste precious moments of your finite lifespan whining about something in the vain that was ultimately your sole responsibility...
And what happened, then? Well, in Engineerville they say – that the Marek's small heart grew three sizes that day. And then – the true meaning of Early Access came through, and the Marek found the strength of ten Mareks, plus two!
Ok Keen, I'm back and now you need to answer the question.
That is only your opinion. You are entitled to it.
It's a simple question. I'm not being rude. I'm entitled to a proper explanation as a paying customer.
Well, this is the support for Space Engineers, while your question pertains to Medieval Engineers.
Well, that is again, your opinion.
No, that is an objective fact. It literally says Space Engineers PC Support up there. This is about Medieval Engineers pricing. If it is your opinion that ME pricing is a Space Engineers issue or suggestion, your opinion is wrong.
Congratulations, you are now unable to admit that you're wrong twice at the same time.
And you are not the moderator, so don't let the door hit you on the way out :)
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