Mkall wrote:...2) Release the figures when the say so and not play loose with the release dates.
As always, if a product needs to be rushed in order to meet a predetermined release date then I'd rather sit patiently and twiddle my thumbs. A happy medium may be to not announce a release date or preorders until the thing is closer to being ready, not months in advance. Based on what (little) we've seen this seems to be the case with Steelcore.
On another note, FPC has been down for maintenance a lot over the past douple of days. Hopefully something big is coming.
If I'm paying for a service (i.e. things will be delivered in quality and within a timeframe) and either one of the components of that service doesn't meet the expectations set from the get-go, then it's sub-par at best and a failure at worst. That's really how it is in my view.
Counterpunch wrote:I honestly don't have enough faith in Fansproject to commit to a subscription service.
They are not timely in their product delivery or with their information delivery.
They launched an ambitious website that has really gone nowhere. Why would I trust them with my money for longer than PayPal will allow me to file a claim for?
They've made some good stuff but this reeks of failure.
I agree with everything here. Given their past history, I'm not trusting FansProject with my money until they prove that they can do it. So far they haven't.