I never attacked anyone but Think-Man does have a problem with PC as a platform, and also as a mod should he post such a thing as "Just not with PC" without giving some kind of reason as to why?. So what do you say to something like that?. you know what I think ill report that post as "Attacking the PC platform and its user base for wanting to exclude us from cross-play without giving some kind of reason. Let's see if he gets a warning or another mod tells him off. And also (Like another user has pointed out)if this site had a better way of searching, backing up such points would be easy. But its also very easy to say "I never seen such a thing" when a mod knows well the is no real way for the user to search for it.
"Some critiquing is okay (such as suggestions for site databases/fixes), but that's the extent of it."
Your subjects were outside that scope, and critiquing involves suggestions for improvements, and analyzing, etc.
If you want to call someone out, but cannot remember who it was, the alternative is not to group a bunch of people together. Unless there's a very clear consensus.
Too many times I find that not only were they referring to someone from another site, who will not read this comment, while Sony/MS/Nintendo fans here will. But even if they were referring to someone here, it can be a misunderstanding. Or they remembered wrong. (And Pugs even said in his post that he couldn't quite remember.) That's unnecessary time wasted for the staff that have to go through the reports that inevitably stem from those unnecessary arguments. Which can be better spent investigating actually necessary inquiries.
And if someone here made those comments, then specify/tag them. No need to group other people in with them.
I can't do anything about the search function, but when Talon comes back you can ask him about it. Though one suggestion I have is to bookmark noteworthy posts/threads you see, if you're interested in potentially calling people out.
And yes, if you have any issues with moderators, just report them.Last edited by Hiku - on 06 October 2019