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That email doesn't explain WHY they couldn't bring the extra chapters over. It just makes it seem like they don't want to admit they were too lazy and/or cheap to do so. It's not like there's some myriad of reasons they can't.
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That new email/message is so weird. I have no idea why it would be "necessary" to remove content. So very strange. And how does cutting content equal a "full gaming experience"? That's a complete contradiction.
At least they have publicly posted this though, even if it makes little to no sense.
Please don't ever do this again NISA.
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As and said at their forum in the feedback thread:
Hours Left, I completely agree with all of your points earlier. Their "explanation" doesn't really explain much. They pulled a Sarah Palin on us.
What should really tell you something is that they never intended to bring the Rhapsody game to the States if it wasn't for the fan banter. Basically means whatever future the Marl games have is pretty much dead here in the U.S.
Now I understand what a poster at Siliconera meant when he said "bait and switch".
I know I said I was ready to let this go, but mr.houktg put up a post regarding the Rhapsody DS e-mail campaign on the NIS forums that went as follows "Well for the Rhapsody issue, we were also trying to get a sense of just how many people were concerned about the issue, and what their exact feelings/reactions were. Plus that issue was much more widespread across the Internet, so we were trying to consolidate everything into one place."
Okay I understand the consolidating everything into one place thing, but they wanted to see how many people were concerned and what our feelings were on the issue?! What does that mean? What'd they expect our reactions to be. Oh they cut a bunch of stuff out, oh well. I mean, come on. --- "There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact."