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Gabe Newell praises advantages of fan feedback to developers

Fan feedback is one of the greatest assets available to game developers. That’s according to Valve co-founder and managing director Gabe Newell

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ritsuka6661947d ago (Edited 1947d ago )

Gabe he's a great guy, though!

I certainly love his games Gabe!

Septic1946d ago (Edited 1946d ago )

He is a great and taltented guy. Now give us Half Life 3!

Grap1946d ago

i hope he stop eating junk food and start by eating a healthy food. i don't want see him die bucz of his fatness.

Dms20121946d ago

Why did you get a disagree? He is morbidly obese, it is a huge health risk. I would like to have him around for awhile.

RockmanII71946d ago

The customer is always right, something I feel like is being forgotten more and more in todays industry.

ChickeyCantor1946d ago (Edited 1946d ago )

Customers aren't always right. It's actually very destructive if all companies only did what the customers wanted from them.

But when a large group of people complain, they should at least have the decency to look into it and do something about it. No doubt.

RockmanII71946d ago

Name one time that a company listened to it's fans and it turned out to be bad.

Nykamari1946d ago

@Rock
Zipper Interactive!

Pushagree1946d ago

Ill give you two:Treyarch and Infinity Ward.

Dude4201946d ago

@ Pushagree

Ummm, no, Activision just saw that people liked COD4, then they took the opportunity and released 100 more CODs to make lots of cash. They don't care what the fans want, they just want their moneys!

ravinash1946d ago

"Name one time that a company listened to it's fans and it turned out to be bad".

Killzone 2 when they tried to make the online more COD friendly.

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MrGunny941946d ago

That's why Valve has it's sucess :)

Letros1946d ago

Gabe is awesome, can't wait to see his Steam box plans

MurDocINC1946d ago

I find alot of the major gameplay problems could have been spotted in-house. Really if developers did their testing there wouldn't be a need for up roars.