First, before I respond to this in the spirit of mending what seems to be taken as offense, when I come to this site, I'm in a developer mode. Not in a fan mode.
I understand completely that praise is the only reward you are seeking, and I understand completely that the thread title can be misleading or even touch some sensitive spots. My thoughts could have fallen under the first impression taken from the thread title and what not, but I was here to save this thread from sounding like a douche.
Regardless, you guys should not take offense, I honestly believe you are capable of taking rough, well written, or whatever kind of opinion they may be.
Gradius wrote:So I realized I still have an account on this site after this thread was pointed out to me. Pretty disappointed at the quality of the "criticism" here however.
With regards to my posts, why?
Gradius wrote:I r disappoint GNA. Mutas have been flying in space for over a decade now.
It's okay. LOL. You don't have to expect much from me. I didn't have a clue it was widely accepted, or if it was lore. If it was lore, then Lore needs some explaining to do. It just looks awkward. But whatever. As such, I myself will not include mutas in space in any cinematics in the future.
And that Battlecruiser scene in WoL where mutas were attacking them, prior to the invasion of Char, looked awkward to me.
I'm not going to suck it up, Grad. Again, I'm in developer mode when I give comments. You guys should not take offense from me. Do I have to say this? You know me, and how I appreciate even the simplest things. When I give critique, it is to give you guys my honest opinions, which one needs improving, etc. You might not care for this right now, nor ever. It doesn't matter.
Check my post on SC:L man.
Besides, you don't need me to cheer for you. Nor be impressed by the work. You know yourselves to have done well and have done it sincerely, given your capacity atm.
So, now that's out of the way, I understand this is your first ever release of something like this. Just keep doing what you love. There's always room for development.