I’m sorry you feel this way - honest, straight-forward feedback is something that most of the better devs and authors do value and for the past month, I’ve seen you give nothing but honest, heartfelt feedback.
@NukeboomV2 - I have only signed up on the forums, here, recently. With that being said, I’ve been involved with forums going back to the 1990’s (I’m an old lady now ;( ) and in my experience, forums go in cycles.
Many forums get busier on school and holiday breaks. In Europe, many countries are getting seriously back into work as well as school after a long winter break and in the Americas school is back in swing too. My Russian friends have been experiencing a tough winter in St. Pertersburg (gamingwise) and I see activity go fown, not only in places like this but in forums as diverse as you can imagine.
Choice of Games also went through a huge publishing year, expanding on Steam like never before and the next round of stories are just now starting to enter the pipeline. We see WiP from long established authors such as JimD and KG as well as newcomers. Heck, I’ve even starting to explore my own project, talking to people who can help me…
Long and short is: I see a cycle and I foresee traffic pick up in the near future.
Edit: [quote=“Nathan_Faxon, post:5, topic:14625”]
don’t know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing.
Both good and bad … there will always be lovers and haters.