I should have just PM'd him instead. I'm not going to be civil with someone I don't respect. It's OK though, because NISA is going to reject his offer... if they haven't already.
In other news, I'm glad to hear that the orders are being sorted out for you guys. Mine'll be a while yet, the anticipation is still building.
Why would you be happy that they'll probably reject my offer? What did I do to make you disrespect me so?
This just means you still only get a censored product where the punishment minigame will be significantly less entertaining as a result.
Are you really so willing to die on your sword for every decision NIS makes that you're going to hate on me for making an offer to take the monetary risk of submitting the cut content to the ESRB? Or are you in a region where they have a different ratings agency? I just don't understand why you would disrespect me for making this offer.
It still stands btw. Up to $4,000 to cover the costs of submitting the formerly cut content to the ESRB. If it comes back AO I will eat the costs myself.
Should this even require them to make the DLC first, to submit the content to the ESRB for review? If they can submit the content without going to the trouble of making the DLC first it would especially seem absurd for them not to take me up on my offer.
I just don't get why you feel the need to attack me over offering to risk my OWN money to help NISA and at least their North American players. How does this make sense as far as you're concerned?
You're acting like I shot your dog while it's actually much more like I'm offering to pay for life saving surgery.
Whatever I did to make you hate me so much I'm honestly sorry. I'm really only trying to help.
BlancnOut wrote:I'm fine with waiting. Though if I'm going to be honest, I just don't want to bother with contacting them to fix something that was my mistake to begin with.
If people like you didn't make mistakes, they wouldn't have a job. Don't feel like it's a bother, it's literally their job to assist you.
I would do what you can to get them separated. The one time I did this the smaller of the two LE's wasn't properly packaged and just thrown into the side of the box with the other, and as a result the smaller LE box got crushed. I didn't bother contacting NISA support about it because whenever I tried to submit tickets in the past they always just got ignored.
It was the Danganronpa LE box that got destroyed btw. It was shipped along with the The Witch and the Hundred Knight Limited Edition plus Figure set. At least the contents were OK, but I can't put the box on my shelf because it was wrecked so badly.
Whoever packaged it just slipped the Danganronpa box into the side of the shipping box instead of the center that was protected and contained the Witch and Hundred Knights LE.
The Witch & 100 Knights box was fine, but the Danganronpa one had no protection because it was squished right up against the side of the shipping box.