Really? I am sorry to hear that. But I must say from my point of view there is nothing wrong with making mistakes, withdrawing information and correcting things as negative feedback is reviewed. The fact that they changed the names is a boon for them not a disappointment. It showed they were listening and that they cared. If they did that with everything, not being so concerned about how they look, I think a lot of the community's complaints would be reversed.Originally posted by Ygds11:
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">They HATED the fact that the names had to be changed. Don't get me wrong, they wanted them to be liked and they wanted to make it right...but to release something and then to correct it just looks bad from their standpoint.
What if they were to react similarly to some long time issues (starting with H5), like the angel design and lack of non-anthropomorphic creatures? Sure development might take longer, but peoples expectations would be better met. Let them know if they haven't read this already that changing the names was one of the best things they have done so far, and made them actually look really good not bad. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
I think you misunderstood me. They liked the feedback from the fans, they liked getting it right, they disliked that they did it poorly in the first place. They would've much rather have got the feedback PRIOR to posting the names as "final". It's a small oversight, but it does affect their public perception. I agree with you and think it reflects well on them, but as with most programmers...they want to nail it on their first attempt. :O)