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    Thanks, Mike.
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    Is It Time to Trust Dovetail Games Again?


    We never trusted them in the first place, did we???

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    Quote Originally Posted by ex-railwayman View Post
    Is It Time to Trust Dovetail Games Again?


    We never trusted them in the first place, did we???

    Cheerz. Steve.
    Uuuuuuuuuuuuuuum nope......................

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    Started watching that first YT vid. What he says in the opening is a spot on. He was a developer and beta tester for DTG if I understood correctly. Proves that DTG is full of it and us "dums dums" and our computers are NOT responsible for poor performance. He backs up what many of have said for years. DTG does not value customer input. Talk about them in any objective or negative way and you're out. And that seems to also apply to the beta testers and reviewers. They make the same mistakes over and over with no fixes that work and push stuff out the door way too soon so they can make money to fund their next mistake. If he knows code, maybe he could provide fixes that actually FIX! And if DTG don't like him doing it, well, bloody FIX it correctly to begin with before going to warp factor 10 and sending it out the door.

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