Yeah, that’s how the company knows you want things to be developed. By asking frequently enough that they know there’s an interest in you know…finishing something they released unfinished five years ago, which hopefully won’t put too much of a dent in the time they spend developing new microtransaction systems.
IMO the fact that you ask within the same 6 month period makes you more of a person they might ignore, like that guy who posts suggestions for things that already exist all of the time.
I’m not the only person in this thread, and this thread didn’t exist on these forums, which are more likely to get usage than the turn of the century official ones.
I’m not going to take crap from you for crossposting something that I feel is important to bring to the attention of the development team, nor should I.
Simutronics was way ahead of the curve in the releasing unfinished products game. That’s the standard of the industry these days, “early access” and all, but asking for something to be finished more than once “within 6 months of a previous request” is not something that in dealings with any normal company would be cause for someone to be ignored. Especially not half a decade after the aforementioned release.