academiac

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  1. I have the same issue, I don't understand how this issue has lingered for more than a year without any solution
  2. Companies can't do business in China unless they bend the knee, and because it's such a humongous and gigantic market, all companies drool and eventually sell out their integrity chasing those saucy yuans. Then they fade together irrelevance. It's not the first time and it won't be the last. It's a purely business decision devoid of integrity. It's just this particular instance hurt somehow because we used to love Klei and their games too much. I did not expect, nor wish, Klei to be one of those companies that eventually fade away.
  3. Heartbreaking!!! Honestly that's the only way I'd describe this, heartbreaking. Of all the gaming companies out there, Klei was my least likely candidate to sell out and go for the cash grab bs, and to Tencent too, the Chinese Communist Party puppet with all their atrocities. "Maintaining your creative blah blah" is meaningless when your reputation has plummeted from soaring to rock bottom, and when your creative blah blah is foreshadowed by pay-to-win garbage and serious privacy and security concerns. What an utter disappointment.