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Comments on Profile Post by Legendary_Spider

  1. Pieter Boelen
    Pieter Boelen
    Good question. As much as everybody would like perfection, I don't think many people would see too much difference between "very good" and "perfect".

    That is why, as much as I am a perfectionist myself, I have been settling for "good enough" in many instances lately. Just so I can get things done and continue with others.
    Nov 25, 2011
  2. tommy61157
    so long as the "good enough" does not include leaving bugs in the game at all, then I don't blame pieter, the build mod has become quite extensive...
    Nov 26, 2011
  3. Pieter Boelen
    Pieter Boelen
    "Bugs" are not "good enough", I would say. Unless they cannot be avoided (eg. sidestep through walls). Or maaaaybe if they're very complex to fix and easy to avoid. But for a final release, preferably not, eh? No wonder we haven't been able to make another "final release" since Build 13 already many years ago.
    Nov 26, 2011
  4. Legendary_Spider
    I bet nobody's found my hidden mickey on the Queen Anne's Revenge. XD lol I put that in just for Disney fans.
    Nov 26, 2011