The reasons that I would've been interested in seeing the devs posting their opinions on the girls would've been to see what they intended for each of the girls and how that differed from how the fanbase saw them, as well as to see if the girls are as polarizing within the dev team as they are within the fanbase. Posting as anonymous would just make their post another opinion from a fan and cancel out any weight their opinion as a developer would have.SABAN wrote:Mods on /a/ and other boards always post as an average Anonymous to avoid attention and tripfriends post as Anonymous every now and then to do the same thing.
Not posting as a dev but as a different(regular) member or a guest can help avoid the "hijacking interesting discussion" thing while letting the devs to contribute as what other members think is just a regular member/guest's idea.
But I can see how they would be reluctant from posting their opinions apart from just "forum shyness;" whether it be potential spoilers about deeper layers of a girl's personality or the fanbase taking their opinion as fact.
Just hope he doesn't develop a habit of consistently inserting typos into every other word just to piss off people who point out that he makes typos.Crud's first post in this thread, what's up with the typos? Actually, what's up with you usually making typos?
"im ownin u at ur game doinkman i can tell because im smarty"