Portalarium Developer Comments On Steam

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catnipgames

 

Just a quick post here today as it will be related in part to my next post. This is a collection of Steam posts which were posted by a single Shroud of the Avatar developer working for Portalarium who goes by the handle, on Steam, catnipgames.

Some of these posts appear to since have been retracted and can no longer be located, unless I am doing something incorrect, but thanks to helpful members of both the Shroud of the Avatar and the Shroud Unlimited communities some evidence in form of screen shots remain.

Here first are the rules for posting:

https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=4045-USHJ-3810

 

And now for some drugged up cat meows:

http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561197997439296/recommended/326160/

So you’re not going to tell people who might read this review what you don’t like. You’re just going to restate that you think it is a cash grab. K, thanks for the awesome feedback. I’m sure that really helps real users who are considering the game make an informed decision.

 

– catnipgames

catnipgames1

 

http://steamcommunity.com/app/326160/discussions/0/530646080864126112/#c530646080866969174

@Deagle, I banned someone who had not purchased the game, came to the forum and made about a dozen completely unconstructive posts. We might ban one person a week, if that and I always verify that they haven’t purchased the game. Sorry, but you have to add something to the conversation and that guy didn’t. He was just dropping poop everywhere and attacking other posters and then moving on to the next forum to troll.

 

– catnipgames

catnipgames2

 

And the rest:

catnipgames3-missing catnipgames4-missing catnipgames5-missing

 

I don’t think I need to comment further, the comments stand for themselves. Have a look at those reviews linked in while they still exist because they may not for long. Especially the one where catnipgames is accused of banning a user from the Steam area including his review because he didn’t own the game, when in fact he did own the game.

There are a number of Steam and/or review topics over on Shroud Unlimited so I don’t need to create a new discussion at this point. Feel free to do so if you wish or find any of the others.

 

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