If you're not going to take it from someone with four posts, take it from someone with more than three times the number of posts you've made.
So its a competition now? Very mature
But in the meantime, this Facebook spamming and emailing of the executives HAS TO STOP
The spamming has stopped. What are you still getting worked up about?
If you guys come up with a similarly non-intrusive method of letting Konami know we want a new game, then by all means, go for it
Your answering that yourself with:
And also think about the Konami execs we've been emailing. They've got bigger problems: a changing game market, poor merchandise sales, and team downsizing. Our constant emails to them are a nuisance and only up the pressure. While we may have good intentions, this is incredibly selfish and rude of us to do.
However, Xelinis, I don't know how many times I'm going to have to say it but, my emails to Konami are NOT a shout and scream for Suikoden VI. Also, they are not written and controlled in a spamming nature, they are as professional and polite as possible and my responses from Konami, even if not dealing directly with my queeries, have been largely supportive.
Also I dont know how many times I have to say this, the Facebook ''spamming method'' was ONE small, simple method, NOT the main focus for campaigning. I dont know why people are so focused on its effects, positive or negative, which will probably be quite small.
I understand it may worry some fans that we where harrassing and annoying Konami but you very same fans are standing strongly in the stance that the Facebook method ''will have little or no efects at all'', so what the hell are you bothered about then??
Anyway, the ''spamming method'' on Facebook is over now, so theres no longer any need to pull your hair out about it.
And I think Ashietaka is spot on when he says that if you dont want to support our campaign, then dont. But theres no need to try and surround it with negativity. Stating your honest opinion is one thing but, honestly, the negativity is totaly uncalled for. Its very tiring spending energy campaigning at the same time as fending off negativity here on Suikosource, the very one place one SHOULD be gathering support.
This is supposed to be a positive thing. And seen as you are so focused on the Facebook ''spamming method'', the very fact that those of us who where positive enough to start that small campaign ended up getting a response from Konami is nothing short of great. Wheres the crime in that?
(this is probably where you'll tell me it was our way of getting that response that was a crime but, I'll say again: only one method, not the main focus, effects quite small )