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Re: Messing up reviews

Post by DJ Full » 10 Feb 2017 02:53

But this way the others won't learn. We really speak here not in order to mock people but to learn from them. If you see a mistake in my review you can name me here, everyone will be able to instantly check that review, have a voice and possibly take a lesson. This all isn't possible in PMs.

Btw I'm dealing with Egyptian Valley by Osvaldo, and I'm trying hard NOT to insult the builder - exceptionally difficult to handle in this case, but the review is still in beta stage and will yet change...

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Re: Messing up reviews

Post by Phil » 10 Feb 2017 18:13

DJ Full wrote:Btw I'm dealing with Egyptian Valley by Osvaldo, and I'm trying hard NOT to insult the builder.
I don't recall feeling any such inhibitions.

My credo: When in doubt, let it out.

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Re: Messing up reviews

Post by DJ Full » 10 Feb 2017 18:47

OK, the Trump joke stays...

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Re: Messing up reviews

Post by Talos » 14 Apr 2017 15:56

Sorry if use this topic but I do not know where to write it.

I received a very nice review from Manarch2 (about Scaramucce), I thank him for mentioning the final dedication, something I care about very much, but... I want to understand why 4 in gameplay.

"A nice and always appreciated addition to the Easter Calendar that has a nice Venetian atmosphere and a few good usages of objects, especially at the cat scene. The architecture is a bit simple, the texturing in the water not very clean (but quite decent elsewhere); the gameplay honestly doesn't offer much more than exploring the canals up and down, but the boat ride is always fun, there's a hint of a puzzle in the mansion and overall there's no feeling of tedium in the 25 minutes I spent here, maybe except of the need of having to cross the tight rope at least one time too often. The two secrets are nicely hidden and the final scene is a nice hommage to the builder's dad which thus ended emotionally. Recommended as a sweet little break"

Remember that this is a tribute to twenty years of TR2, created to celebrate the event.

Simple curiosity, since the review is nice.

If I was wrong to write it here, I apologize. Thank you

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Re: Messing up reviews

Post by Mulf » 14 Apr 2017 21:17

It is not the wrong forum or thread you chose, you chose wisely. :)

However, as the discussion preceding your post shows, it is expected in such cases that the builder (you) contact the reviewer in question (manarch) via PM first, so that the two of you resolve the (perceived) problem in private before going public.

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Re: Messing up reviews

Post by Talos » 14 Apr 2017 22:22

Mulf wrote:
14 Apr 2017 21:17
It is not the wrong forum or thread you chose, you chose wisely. :)

However, as the discussion preceding your post shows, it is expected in such cases that the builder (you) contact the reviewer in question (manarch) via PM first, so that the two of you resolve the (perceived) problem in private before going public.
Thank you. This is the first time that I discussed for a review, so I don't know no practice in these matters.
Tomorrow I will send a pm, then. Thank you

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Re: Messing up reviews

Post by DJ Full » 15 Apr 2017 02:15

Mulf wrote:
14 Apr 2017 21:17
it is expected in such cases that the builder (you) contact the reviewer in question (manarch) via PM first
Does it really work? Anytime I write a PM about a review I'm just ignored :lol:

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Re: Messing up reviews

Post by Talos » 15 Apr 2017 07:48

DJ Full wrote:
15 Apr 2017 02:15
Mulf wrote:
14 Apr 2017 21:17
it is expected in such cases that the builder (you) contact the reviewer in question (manarch) via PM first
Does it really work? Anytime I write a PM about a review I'm just ignored :lol:
I sent. If don't see it, there is a discussion here

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