A thank you from us here at TGN to the news-makers

The past couple days I’ve been looking over the comments in the news posts and it struck me just how many of the news-makers, themselves, are commenting. Be they game-manufacturer or blogger, they’ve come into the threads about their products or articles and replied to the feedback being given by you, the readers. I know they’ve generally always done that, but just in the past couple days it really stood out to me.

So I just wanted to just say thank you to those that have come to answer questions and give followup feedback about their news articles. It really is appreciated and I just think it shows how classy the news-makers are.

So thank you.


  • Well as a small manufacturer I try to keep on top of all comments and feedback. I for one appreciates comments and feedback, good or bad. I just like to see comments and Ill try and answer any question asked.

    • Agreed. Granted, I prefer constructive negative comments over just plain ol negativity. You guys have done a great job with the site post-Zac era. Thank you!

  • keltheos

    I like to ninja in. I’m sure some folks know what I’m the lead designer on, but it’s always fun to lurk in the shadows.

    Glad to see TGN continues to promote a wide range of games and companies!

    • Some don’t, Kel, like me. Can you enlighten us?

      • keltheos

        That’s no fun. ๐Ÿ˜‰

        I’m Dan Weber, and work for Wyrd Miniatures, have worked on development and design of all the Malifaux books to date.

        • I remember now. I just needed a bump to the head… grrr. Silly me.

  • Just like dragonforge wrote: it’s always good to have feedback event if it’s a criticism – this way you know which areas of your products fans want you to improve ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Toyznthehood

    Thank you for having us! This site allows us to reach a much wider range of people and I think taking the time to respond to people here and make it more than just a list of news articles is the least we can all do ๐Ÿ™‚

  • tuco

    As a member of the nameless rabble of readers, I appreciate seeing the designers/artists/writers/developers/owners chime in. It’s nice to have an avenue to directly ask questions and get their take on things.

  • There have been many times I’ve chimed in and shared my thoughts on a subject. I admit tho, I do hold back the urge more often then not. What I should do is make an account thats for me personally and not for the “project”. i would find it weird if “kingdom death” commented on everything you know?

    • Soulfinger

      I look forward to your comments, as well as your new releases, so please have at it.