QUOTE(Marrvia @ Sep 9 2008, 05:35 AM)
You maybe? You're interpreting what you think he is thinking, but that is not what is said. The sentence is totally worded in a way that calls Lips and You're at the Movies "hardcore" games. He uses Lips and You're at the Movies as examples of games, and immediately asks if "other" new hardcore games are coming. Otherwise, why would he even bring those games up?
The right to say it would be.. "So you have games like Lips and You're at the Movies coming out, but do you have any new exclusive hardcore games coming?" If he had just thrown a "but" in there, and left out the "other", it would have made all the difference.
Sigh, I guess I am just tired of people on forums pretending to not understand what someone was actually trying to say, or people in general. I don't know, it just seems lately that everyone enjoys being pedantic, or assuming someone is an idiot rather than giving them the benefit of the doubt (my comment had the silly face to try and say I wasn't actually calling you an idiot, but was making a joke and a point at the same time)
I, like everyone on the planet have to interperate what people say. there is no way to be completely sure of the meaning of any sentence.
It is obvious when reading the interview that the interviewer does not think lips is hardcore, he mentions lips along with the avatars later in the interview. I took his comment 'do you have any other *kind* of platform exclusives' to mean that the two new IPs out of the blocks were not hardcore titles, and was asking if there were in fact any new hardcore IPs coming. I thought it was obvious. I thought that anyone reading the interview would see that, even if perhaps you could read the wording a different way.
It really doesn't matter, it is just a bugbear of mine lately.