Posted on : 27-06-2011 | By : Shannon | In : Developer
“Quality feedback comes from someone who has genuinely taken the time to play and understand your game. It is well thought out and useful. Empty feedback is quick and dirty and doesn’t require much thought or time.” Andrew, May 2011.
A fantastic article from Andrew from Brawsome regarding differentiating between useful and empty feedback!
We’ve spent alot of time over the last few weeks getting feedback from friends and family regarding the game, as well as total strangers and the feedback has ranged from the usual, “yeah, it’s good”, to the in-depth write up’s that our Qantm testers provided for us.
I have to say that the feedback process has been invaluable for our game process, although we were a little nervous about giving it over to people to play as we knew there was still a few things we had to fix. We think that in future we might bring the testing process of the game forward more because we believe having it so late in the timeline meant we were restricted in how much we could fix or change due to feedback we’ve received.