- May 21, 2017
A patch literally doesn't affect you at all. This feels like a "How dare you like something I don't" type of argument.No it really doesn't. It feels like 80% of major games out there right now are already focused on incest so just go play those instead and stop asking every single game to have it.
Because it's something you need to plan for from the beginning, and it's nothing anybody teaches you from the beginning as a developer to prepare for. I certainly don't know how to do it, but then again, I'm not a programmer. A multitude of so many games in higher popularity and backing still do this, so while I do apologize it's not perfect, I can't say it's something we can just easily take the time it needs to fix it. Plan it for the future, maybe.
I understand the need to defend yourself, but this comes off as slightly dickish. Unless I'm mistaken, I don't believe you put anywhere that someone'll need to make a new save every update. You've implied it, I think, with the episodic selection in the beginning. I'm 100% in the boat that there are more important things then fixing this small thing, but I would also recommend that you place a save warning on the start of the game, like A Town Uncovered.Again, it's nothing we're looking to hire for, because we're not looking to fix it at the moment. It would come with a whole 'nother set of changes we'd need to implement. Don't expect it around the corner, but more a long term thing down the further, further road.