Wait wait wait... are you seriously telling frogboy to be like the average CEO? Hell, most CEO's couldnt give a rats ass what you say let alone read the crap you post and deffenitatly wouldnt give you the time of day to reply. I dont even know what promises you are complaining about, the 2 demigods? What the devil man, would this be the first time something in the gaming industry couldnt meet the time window presented?
As a CEO you are expected to make money. Period. You should be grateful stardock and thier CEO frogboy care more about thier costumers than thier bottom line. Frogboy's human, thank god, and someone can only be pushed so far before they just gotta let it out.
something about what you wrote really pisses me off, probably because you feel so haughty that you have a right to tell someone to do thier job. Seriously, thats one of my worst pet-peeves.
There's a reason you think "they don't give a rat's ass". Arguing with random people on their forum isn't in the best interest of the company.
Honestly, I think the content in this game is perfectly fine. I am happy with the maps and demigods that exist. I don't think many people are really qualified enough to claim complete mastery over the existing demigods. It is the fact that the damn thing doesn't work that I am talking about. How many times did Frogboy say the connection issues were going to be fixed in the next patch? Or that the stats were going to work? Or that the lobby was going to hang/people disappear/etc/etc.? Hell, right here on the box it says that I will be able to play with 9 other people online, and several months after release, I still can't get that to work. Even if these things did get fixed, the game would still be missing basic features that you come to expect in a multiplayer game, ESPECIALLY one that basically has no single player component - usable rankings and matchmaking, any sorts of arranged team/party/clan system, etc.
I work as a software dev and if I acted out emotionally every time I went into a meeting where a client or user bashed what I had poured a huge chunk of my life into, I would probably have committed suicide by now. You learn pretty quickly that you need to take it with a grain of salt, keep a level head, and push the product forward, because it is a very hard thing to define what you are going deliver and to keep so many interested parties happy. And you don't go around promising the sun, the moon, and the stars because you damn well aren't going to be able to deliver it.
Frogboy is free to do his job however he wants, however it is my opinion that he has seriously discredited himself and Stardock by engaging in public flame wars. If he isn't willing to see this project through, why should we?