Thought it sounded rude to me. No guts, ruckus? Really? Does everyone panic and is the world crashing down? Nope, move along folks. Just an angry individual.
No guts was to try and get him to reply and he did cause a ruckus on the internet.
So basically you were trying to provoke him? Doesn't sound very polite to me. Honestly, if I was in his position, I'd probably roll my eyes and delete your comment.
You want a good reply out of him? Here's a better comment:
"Hi Sid, a lot of people are concerned because of your recent comments about the 'Full Launch Line-up' of PSASBR and just wondering if you could clear up whether that means there are only 20 characters on disc or whether there are unlockables or DLC. It would clear up a lot of arguments within the community, and we'd all be very grateful for a straight answer on this if possible"
Try something like that next time.
Agreed, Bob. Not sure how people think they will get anywhere in this kind of situation by being passive-aggressive. It's not like Shuman has to acknowledge the comment.
Exactly. I see so many attempts to get information out of Superbot/Sony that are just ranting and raving at them, including calling them names after the TGS business. You get what you give. Be passive-aggressive (or even just outright aggressive), they'll get more silent out of annoyance. Be polite and friendly, they'll be polite and friendly back and maybe even drop a few hints if you're lucky.
Both of you have points. We just really dont want people acting stupid to sony employees or making them mad. We know he started it with his comment, and there is a reason out of many reasons why.
Just make sure you all politly ask. I dont think there is anything that says stay on-topic in the comments for that specific blogcast. Though I think its nice too.
Try posting about psasbr before or after a simple comment about the blogcast. A simple thanks for uploading these or something.
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you people are overeacting, there nothing wrong with asking the guy questions.
Of course not (it is pretty much part of his job description to answer!), but there's a way of doing so that doesn't make you come across as childish. The OP went onto the blog and started ranting about how no one has any respect for him or Superbot because he screwed up, as if he owes any of us anything. Not the best way to try and get answers out of someone really.
It's not the questions I take issue with, it's the tone