Did Tameem apologize to DMC fans yet?

#121pokefan35Posted 2/22/2013 10:41:18 PM
I seriously felt my heart flutter when this game was just compared to Okami and Ico.

Seriously? No. Just no. Don't even try that kind of crap. This isn't art. This was bad decision making costing Capcom money. And if they're smart, they'll put someone in charge who can make the right decisions for a series.
#122mad_hax_manPosted 2/22/2013 10:59:05 PM
No_one_special posted...
1. Fan's response to the series were much more extreme than calling his taste out date. Whatever comments he made, no matter how stupid, he got a lot worse in response.

Tam Tam insulted, degraded, and out-and-out mocked fans who raised ANY sort of skepticism about this game, even the reasonable types.

He insulted our taste, said he would "take on the internet" because of the backlash...

That egotist is a piece of work, that's for certain. He, essentially, bit the hand that feeds him.


And he was given racial slurs and death threats in return. His words have been constantly taken out of context to create even more hate. Yes, he was a jerk. But the fanbase he was up against don't deserve an apology

2. Why does he have to apologise for a game flopping? Did Team ICO apologise for ICO flopping? Did Clover apologise for Okami flopping?

Team ICO didn't go about insulting and mocking their fans like a bunch of egotistical *****s prior to launch, nor did they have their sales figures utterly butchered time and time again. In addition to this, DmC was a AAA title meant to move units and make Capcom money, which it definitely did not. ICO was an art type of game.

Same thing for Okami.


And Capcom knew they were taking a risk. They knew they were going to a studio that didn't have great sales. I don't see why NT not getting amazing sales for Capcom (even though the first mistakes were Capcoms and Capcom knew things might go pretty poorly) means he should apologise to the fanbase. By that logic, shouldn't the fanbase also apologise for not buying enough copies?
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#123JanneDaArc135Posted 2/22/2013 11:13:45 PM
mad_hax_man posted...
No_one_special posted...
1. Fan's response to the series were much more extreme than calling his taste out date. Whatever comments he made, no matter how stupid, he got a lot worse in response.

Tam Tam insulted, degraded, and out-and-out mocked fans who raised ANY sort of skepticism about this game, even the reasonable types.

He insulted our taste, said he would "take on the internet" because of the backlash...

That egotist is a piece of work, that's for certain. He, essentially, bit the hand that feeds him.


And he was given racial slurs and death threats in return. His words have been constantly taken out of context to create even more hate. Yes, he was a jerk. But the fanbase he was up against don't deserve an apology

2. Why does he have to apologise for a game flopping? Did Team ICO apologise for ICO flopping? Did Clover apologise for Okami flopping?

Team ICO didn't go about insulting and mocking their fans like a bunch of egotistical *****s prior to launch, nor did they have their sales figures utterly butchered time and time again. In addition to this, DmC was a AAA title meant to move units and make Capcom money, which it definitely did not. ICO was an art type of game.

Same thing for Okami.


And Capcom knew they were taking a risk. They knew they were going to a studio that didn't have great sales. I don't see why NT not getting amazing sales for Capcom (even though the first mistakes were Capcoms and Capcom knew things might go pretty poorly) means he should apologise to the fanbase. By that logic, shouldn't the fanbase also apologise for not buying enough copies?


We were told to vote with our wallets which is exactly what we did. How is that our fault?
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#124SilvorzyaPosted 2/22/2013 11:20:36 PM
The people who called him out on racial slurs, and other ugly things are a minority. 2 wrongs don't make a right, nor expel that he was still a jerk in every form to opposition.

Just him acknowledging that he acted pretty crude? Yeah, that'd be nice. If he was willing to apologize? I'd personally apologize to the man myself for those people who got crazy enough to use slurs, and even more disgusting terms to the man. Deserving controversy is something fathomable, but being racist to the guy is just uncalled for.
#125mad_hax_manPosted 2/22/2013 11:25:06 PM
JanneDaArc135 posted...
mad_hax_man posted...
No_one_special posted...
1. Fan's response to the series were much more extreme than calling his taste out date. Whatever comments he made, no matter how stupid, he got a lot worse in response.

Tam Tam insulted, degraded, and out-and-out mocked fans who raised ANY sort of skepticism about this game, even the reasonable types.

He insulted our taste, said he would "take on the internet" because of the backlash...

That egotist is a piece of work, that's for certain. He, essentially, bit the hand that feeds him.


And he was given racial slurs and death threats in return. His words have been constantly taken out of context to create even more hate. Yes, he was a jerk. But the fanbase he was up against don't deserve an apology

2. Why does he have to apologise for a game flopping? Did Team ICO apologise for ICO flopping? Did Clover apologise for Okami flopping?

Team ICO didn't go about insulting and mocking their fans like a bunch of egotistical *****s prior to launch, nor did they have their sales figures utterly butchered time and time again. In addition to this, DmC was a AAA title meant to move units and make Capcom money, which it definitely did not. ICO was an art type of game.

Same thing for Okami.


And Capcom knew they were taking a risk. They knew they were going to a studio that didn't have great sales. I don't see why NT not getting amazing sales for Capcom (even though the first mistakes were Capcoms and Capcom knew things might go pretty poorly) means he should apologise to the fanbase. By that logic, shouldn't the fanbase also apologise for not buying enough copies?


We were told to vote with our wallets which is exactly what we did. How is that our fault?


I'm pointing out the absurdity of fans demanding an apology for a result (not selling enough units) that they themselves had an equal hand in creating.
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#126rockman11_zPosted 2/22/2013 11:29:58 PM
FLOPPY TAM TAM should say sorry to gamers right now because he and his team made DmC flopped so bad the next installment will be called DmF

Devil may Flop

Okami and Ico are great classics. You can't compare those games to this unwanted reboot. Are you that dense?
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#127Ink-RibbonPosted 2/23/2013 5:59:40 AM
Did Capcom apologize for making DMC 2?

Did Capcom apologize for cancelling Megaman Legends 3?

Did Capcom apologize for the whole DLC stuff nowadays?

Did Mikami apologize for that crappy game called PN-03?

Did Capcom apologize for destroying Dino risis with that horrible third game?

Did Capcom apologize for destroying Onimusha with that time travel crap from the third game?

Did Capcom apologize for a lot of bad games released for PS3?

Seriously, Tameem is a coll guy. He just didn't know how to deal with that power.

Uncle Ben said: "With great power, comes great responsability". Tameem unfortunately didn't know how to react to criticism, but that doesn't mean he is a bad guy pr a bad person.

Let the guy alone, guys. He won't apologize for anything. he did what he though he had to do. He'll have his cigarretes, like always. Let him enjoying his life.
#128produnerPosted 2/23/2013 6:21:12 AM
More ladies kissing here. The game flopped because of tameem's decisions and NT being incompetent. End of story, now go play DMC HD and 4 if you want real HnS games.
#129Hades192Posted 2/23/2013 7:12:29 AM
No_one_special posted...
1. Fan's response to the series were much more extreme than calling his taste out date. Whatever comments he made, no matter how stupid, he got a lot worse in response.

Tam Tam insulted, degraded, and out-and-out mocked fans who raised ANY sort of skepticism about this game, even the reasonable types.

He insulted our taste, said he would "take on the internet" because of the backlash...

That egotist is a piece of work, that's for certain. He, essentially, bit the hand that feeds him.

2. Why does he have to apologise for a game flopping? Did Team ICO apologise for ICO flopping? Did Clover apologise for Okami flopping?

Team ICO didn't go about insulting and mocking their fans like a bunch of egotistical *****s prior to launch, nor did they have their sales figures utterly butchered time and time again. In addition to this, DmC was a AAA title meant to move units and make Capcom money, which it definitely did not. ICO was an art type of game.

Same thing for Okami.


Exactly!

Tameem apologizing is more beneficial for him than anyone else; because maybe some people will acknowledge it and move on.

He shouldn't necessarily apologize for his DmC game so much as his PR actions that essentially poured gas all over DmC while Anti flamed it.
#130syctheweilderPosted 2/23/2013 7:38:18 AM
I don't want to hear DmC uttered in the same sentence as Okami or Ico ever again.