Quoted from frolic:
Even if people DID call Fox, none of that changes that we are a year beyond the mission accomplished, not a single game has been delivered, and there is no real clue when someone will receive a game, or how long it will take for the rest of the 250 to get theirs.
Well here's the bottom line for me: If Kevin has the license, free and clear, and it's all good so he can make games without any risk, then how would someone making a phone call ruin anything?
"Hello, Fox? Um, did you license Predator to some guy named Kevin? Oh, you did? Uh, thanks."
What would happen? "Someone called about the license! Quick, take it away!"
However, on the other hand, if the call was made and Fox said "We don't know anyone named Kevin." and things really were put at risk? Who's fault is that? Someone who made a phone call, or someone who didn't actually have the license?
There's just no scenario where this isn't on Kevin.
And that's the whole theme here, there's no reason to be pointing fingers at your fellow Pinsiders. No one here took any money or made any promises. Asking what's happening, nicely or more frustrated, is a perfectly legit thing to do.
No one should be mocking anyone who's in. If you got out and got your money back then maybe don't rub that in. I feel for everyone with cash down on this. It will suck if you don't get a game or your money back, and anyone who laughs at you deserves a temp ban from the site if you ask me.
But just because you're worried or want to see it happen is no reason to circle the wagons around Kevin. He made a lot of promises and took a lot of money, and then he's effectively vanished. It's a bad way to do business, and it's a bad way to treat a community.