Sagacious Himself — brevity in circumlocution: never blague — suffering genius

February 20, 2014

Takedown Red Sabre: unpopular with mouth breathing troglodytes bereft of strategy or is it a poor game?

Filed under: games — Sagacious Himself @ 8:46 am

fast is slow and slow is fast

The player that takes things slow, aims carefully, and plans their moves right will overcome the player who runs in with guns blazing.

That’s exactly the opposite mindset of most [steam] FPS fans — the type who deem actual-strategy boring or impossible.

thinking is so very challenging

Based on the detail impaired negative reviews and the grammar challenged petitions it seems more likely the troglodytes are a bit irked that their tub thumping running stumblefest “strategy” fails by game design.

http://steamcommunity.com/app/236510/discussions/0/846965056735071940/

We need to stick together and put a stop to this crap of releasing games that are not complete.

Sign this so we can get a refund and have steam take this off as being sold as retail.

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https://change.org/petitions/refund-on-takedown-red-sabre-we-want-steam-and-the-company-of-the-game-to-give-back-the-thousands-of-people-refunds-i-wouldn-t-want-my-money-to-go-to-waste-this-game-doesn-t-deserve-15-it-doesn-t-even-deserve-one-dollar#share

We want Steam and the Company of the game to give back the thousands of people refunds. I wouldn’t want my money to go to waste. This game doesn’t deserve $15, It doesn’t even deserve one dollar.

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Yes, steam, when will you “give back the people” you stole?  Was it shanghai or other human trafficking?

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Try Takedown Red Sabre for $1 through March 5 via paywuw.com

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