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10-15-2007 @ 6:51PM
It happens everywhere. In the Star Wars Galaxies beta, Thunderheart was a big forum poster, always calling out the BS of the developers, complaining about all the broke stuff, and issues that needed addressed. Then short after launch, they hired him, made him a Developer(Community Manager guy, interface between the developers and the players. The second that happened, all his initiative went away, and he was ecstatic and pleased with all the game changes, even the terrible ones that later got changed(he would also call the reverting back to before the changes very great too). I guess that's the price to pay for having your paychecks signed by the kind of people you couldn't put up with. You gotta agree with what the developers do with the game, or you'll get fired.That's why I'm not a big fan of Public Relation BS talk(like when they release press releases, or put out press interviews, giving vague responses that don't actually answer the questions).
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