Final Boss Friday’s is a video game debate, discussion and overall friendly talk between all the members of the Game Savvy team about the industries current issues, acomplishments, and current news. On Friday’s everyone is asked discussion questions by resident Nintendo writer Sterling Guilherme, and for the remainder of the day, we let the conversation flow as naturally, friendly, and overall as fun as possible. We really hope you guys enjoy as we had a lot of fun doing this and we hope to continue in the future. Every discussion (except for this one) will be posted on Friday nights! Thank you and enjoy!
Sterling [10:37 AM]
IS EVERYONE READY?
TylerMV [10:37 AM]
Are we just doing one question every couple of hours? Or are you posting them all at once? (edited)
Sterling [10:38 AM]
One question every couple of hours. Less messy
TylerMV [10:39 AM]
Steven Jones [10:40 AM]
I was born ready
Sterling [10:41 AM]
Our first question of the day; Considering all the controversy of Telltale not compensating their employees and not giving them severance pay, if they somehow continue to finish the last season of The Walking Dead, will you purchase and play It?
Em [10:45 AM]
I haven’t played any games made by Telltale up until this point, and the lack of respect for their former employees has basically cemented that decision for me.
TylerMV [10:45 AM]
No I wouldn’t purchase and play it the same way I wouldn’t purchase clothing that I knew was made by children somewhere in the world. I think this whole controversy has turned Telltale from a company of innovative storytellers to a cutthroat corporation who used people as a means, rather than an end. I think prioritizing your product and the money over the human beings is simply unethical, in poor taste and frankly, it’s becoming tiresome, as a gamer, to hear about it at least once every couple of months. (edited)
Em [10:46 AM]
People and their imaginations and hard work are the driving force behind games.
Sterling [10:49 AM]
I don’t agree with everyone saying their games have fantastic storytelling either. The first season of the Walking Dead was good, especially the later episodes, but everything after that was just mediocre. Almost all of the original team that made that first season left afterwards so. Plus their are many better examples of narrative, choice based games. No matter what you chose in the first season of the Walking Dead, the same people lived or died, everyone’s game was the same, it was just an illusion of choice
TylerMV [10:51 AM]
supa hot fiya
Tell us how you really feel
Sterling [10:53 AM]
Games like Until Dawn or Detroit Become Human are way better…..
Em [10:56 AM]
I think people become instantly defensive as soon as something is going to be taken away from them, also. The aggressive demand for Telltale to finish the games, or have someone else finish them, seems exaggerated
Steven Jones [11:13 AM]
Short answer, no I wouldnt buy it and I probably wouldnt play it either. I wouldnt buy it because I dont want to give money to a buisness that treats their employees so poorly. I wouldn’t play it because I havent played any of the walking dead games since season 2. That being said I do enjoy the style of games even if it is “an illusion of choice”. The Telltale Batman game were some of the best Batman stories I’ve experienced. The Wolf Among Us had me hooked from start to finish. Telltale’s team made good games and that’s why the majority of them will find better jobs at better companies.IF the do end up finishing the last season all of the profits should go to support the employees they cut with out severance.
Em [11:38 AM]
Agreed, though it’s unlikely that will happen.
TylerMV [11:43 AM]
It’s interesting as someone who one day wants to open up their own studio. From the outside looking in, it looks really really bad (Fun fact: it IS really really bad). But I wonder sometimes how much business experience a lot of these owners have. You start out making games and you assemble a team and begin paying them, but how business savvy are they? What’s their experience with forecasting and looking into the future and investing. I remember when Telltale announced they were doing Batman and Guardians and Borderlands and my first instinct was “wow they’re expanding REALLY fast, how can they afford that?” and lo and behold, here we are. So while I question their experience, I’m not using as an excuse. As an employer it’s you’re job to educate yourself on how to best treat, manage and compensate your employees so they had a responsibility but I think there’s a lesson with ALL of these studios shutting down.
Em [11:49 AM]
Or bring in people who have that experience
TylerMV [11:49 AM]
Steven Jones [11:49 AM]
The lesson is the same no matter what you’re trying to budget. Dont spend more money than you’re making.
Sterling [11:50 AM]
I agree with Emily. If they didn’t know, they should have hired people who knew
TylerMV [11:51 AM]
need pplz hoo r gud at biznes
Steven Jones [11:52 AM]
Also treating people with respect and being understanding towards peoples needs would hurt either.
Sterling [12:16 PM]
Does anyone have anything more to say?
TylerMV [12:19 PM]
Nope not at the moment however.
Steven Jones [12:20 PM]
Sterling [12:21 PM]
In 2019, we don’t have a very clear knowledge of what is coming in terms of big game releases (other than Nintendo). Sekiro is out in March, Resident Evil 2 in January, but there isn’t much else (I’m obviously forgetting some but owell). Why do you think this IS? What should we expect? Is it because the next generation of consoles is around the corner?
Steven Jones [12:27 PM]
Uh Kingdom Hearts 3, Crackdown 3, Anthem, Days Gone, DMC 5, Metro Exodus. Lol next question.
We have plenty that will be keeping us bust Q1, but I feel like we will see a lot more announcements in the next few months.
Sterling [12:33 PM]
I guess that’s true. I’m just not excited for a single one of those games
Steven Jones [12:33 PM]
I have a very strong feeling the next gen of Consoles will begin previewing at next years Game events with a release window of holiday 2020
REALLY!!! None of them? That’s crazy. I’m more excited for the beginning of next year than I am the end of this year.
TylerMV [12:34 PM]
I think it’s one of two things:
1) Yes, it could be that downtime between console generations, especially concerning Microsoft. Everything they do seems to be gearing up for next gen. It could also be:2) Companies are simply getting better with their announcements. I think we’ve seen too many games get announced way too early only to have them canceled years later. I think Bethesda and Nintendo have been killing it in how they announce and release. A lot of these companies are holding their cards close to the chest for now and I can see them following a more Bethesda or Nintendo-like announcement model once their releases catch up to a point where they can begin that pattern.I think one of the main problems is that there are such a lack of Microsoft exclusive that it feels like an absolute void. Sony has their 2019 line up, Nintendo has their 2019 lineup, there are a ton of 3rd party games coming out in 2019 but Microsoft is leaving such a huge hole that it feels like there’s not a lot but there really is a lot to be excited about.
Steven Jones [12:36 PM]
I feel like Microsoft has chalked this gen up as a loss and they are prepping for next gen. #initiative
Sterling [12:37 PM]
Don’t play Kingdom Hearts, never played DMC, Crackdown is Xbox and it’s never coming out, Anthem is made by EA and I’ve never played Metro
Steven Jones [12:39 PM]
KH3 is one I’ll probably hold off on. DMC is a great series except 4 I hated it. CRACKDOWN IS COMING OUT!!!. Anthem looks like 3rd person destiny. Metro is fucking incredible
Sterling [12:40 PM]
I’d like to get into DMC and metro did look good
Steven Jones [12:41 PM]
You dont have xbox right? The first 2 will be avaible on gamepass starting next month
Sterling [12:43 PM]
Steven Jones [12:44 PM]
Em [12:45 PM]
I’m really excited for Anthem and Rage 2. Plus I know I’m always going to be given Call of Duty.
Sterling [12:48 PM]
No fear for call of duty fans lol
Steven brought up a good point though, when the next generation of consoles is coming out?
Steven Jones [12:49 PM]
@Em I forgot about rage 2. That’s going to be bad ass
Em [12:50 PM]
I honestly think it’s worth waiting for bigger titles (Elder Scrolls 6) and filling the gaps by taking a look at games smaller studios are making. I would rather have a high quality game every few years and support smaller devs to fill the time than constantly be bombarded by huge titles.
And @Steven Jones I’m probably more excited about Rage 2 than any other game coming out in the next year
Steven Jones [12:53 PM]
I would take 100 fantastic indie games over a mediocre game from a larger studio.
Em [12:53 PM]
Steven Jones [12:54 PM]
Indie games have more personality than a lot of bigger titles and I think that’s their niche
TylerMV [1:10 PM]
There will be no such thing as “Next Gen”, I think we’ll end up getting yearly upgrades like Apple provides.
Sterling [1:11 PM]
I think it’s safe to say each company is going to be releasing a new console lol
Steven Jones [1:11 PM]
@TylerMV are you high lol
TylerMV [1:12 PM]
Sterling [1:13 PM]
I don’t think that will ever happen lol
Hardware gets old, video game companies need newer systems so they can have newer hardware.
TylerMV [1:14 PM]
Really though, between online subscriptions services for games, backwards compatibility and the demand to be able to play any game we spend money on, the way the market is moving, the new console every 5 – 8 years thing isn’t going to happen any more. We’re going to get the Xbox One, Xbox One S, The Xbox One X and so on…
The tehcnological jump, in terms of hardware, isn’t taking as big of leaps as it wsas twenty years ago when having new hardware was necessary. It’s simply not a necessity anymore
Em [1:16 PM]
Yeah I was going to say they’ll just slightly upgrade consoles and call them something slightly different. I don’t think we will get something overly different from Xbox or PlayStation for a while
Sterling [1:16 PM]
I think the fact that Microsoft has confirmed they’re working on their next big console disagrees with you
Steven Jones [1:17 PM]
I do think we are moving away from games on disc but that doesnt mean we wont have new consoles we will just have them less often
TylerMV [1:17 PM]
They were working on their “next console” with Project Scorpio, is that next gen?
Or just an upgrade?
Em [1:18 PM]
They’ll release a new console I just think it won’t actually be that different from this gen. they’ll just brand it as amazing and new and make heaps of money off ya
Sterling [1:18 PM]
8K gaming is also becoming more popular so I think they’re making big leaps still
TylerMV [1:20 PM]
I think the only way we get into next-gen territory is if they create something that supports VR / AR OR we get somemore hybrid consoles. Tech and software needs to evolve in order to support the brand new innovative thing. But that last time something innovative came out on console was the Nintendo Switch and before that? Maybe motion controls?
Em [1:21 PM]
And most of those things are a flash in the pan.
I cared about motion control for a hot minute and then I was over it.
Steven Jones [1:23 PM]
I never cared about it.
Sterling [1:23 PM]
I don’t think people are going to mind just sitting and playing with a controller
Motion controllers were a terrible idea
They’re awkward and still are
Steven Jones [1:24 PM]
I enjoy that, its relaxing if I wanted to use actual energy I would go outside
Sterling [1:24 PM]
Older consoles only had better specs and processing power. I don’t really think they need to be revolutionary
Steven Jones [1:25 PM]
Unless we make a huge jump in tech and the world becomes Ready Player One I dont see VR/AR becoming the primary means of gaming
Sterling [1:25 PM]
I don’t think it will be for another 10 years atleast
Em [1:25 PM]
I think we will start to see more AI integration, and more connections between our game systems and the other technology that controls our lives besides the apps we currently have.
Sterling [1:25 PM]
That sounds terrifying
Steven Jones [1:26 PM]
AI is a terrible idea. Machines should not be smarter than the people that use them.
Em [1:26 PM]
But totally where all our tech is going
Sterling [1:28 PM]
The simulation we live in is getting scary
Steven Jones [1:29 PM]
Its only a matter of time before we go full inception and create a simulation inside this simulation
Sterling [1:32 PM]
I think console sales would slow down if they only did slight upgrades
Em [1:39 PM]
I hope what they do is wait long enough to make an amazing next gen that will then last several years. The other option is that they take the iPhone approach and start releasing slightly better consoles every couple years and marketing them well so we keep buying them.
Steven Jones [1:41 PM]
Nothing should take the iPhone approach ever, its dumb as hell
Sterling [1:42 PM]
Just because something makes a lot of money doesn’t mean it’s the best choice
IPhone has a bad rap for making bad phones lol
Em [1:43 PM]
Oh i totally agree that it’s awful, I just think it’s an approach some companies might take because it makes money, even though it’s terrible for consumers
TylerMV [1:46 PM]
Not just iPhone, a lot of companies are taking that approach because technology just isn’t evolving as fast as it was. The leap between flip phones and smart phones so so astonomical and since, it’s been a slow incline. Hence the yearly upgrade release over something brand new an innovative. Same reason why we’re seeing it in the console market
Steven Jones [1:48 PM]
I only upgrade phone when my current one becomes to obsolete
Em [1:49 PM]
I get a new one every 2 years when my contract is up. Everyone I know does that.
Sterling [1:49 PM]
I think they’re doing it because people are so focused on graphics, not because technology. It’s easy money for them.
Em [1:49 PM]
Not the brand new, but upgraded from whatever I had
Sterling [1:49 PM]
I still think there will be a big leap from this gen to next
I’ve never had a new phone lol. I’m always years behind
Steven Jones [1:50 PM]
I gat one every 3-5
Em [2:23 PM]
@TylerMV you mentioned hybrid consoles before. Do you guys think there will ever be a service that really is like games Netflix, where you can play Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo games all together?
Sterling [2:23 PM]
Absolutely no way Nintendo would do that
Should stop loling. Makes it look like I’m laughing at you
Steven Jones [2:25 PM]
Wow what a jerk loling at everyone
Thought canadians were supposed to be nice
Sterling [2:25 PM]
Exclusives sell consoles and that’s automatically goes away with that kind of service
Maybe somebody makes a service for multiplat games.
Em [2:27 PM]
Yeah you pay for it and can then play the games on any console. That would be handy. There’s games I own across multiple platforms and I’d love not having to buy it multiple times.
Steven Jones [2:29 PM]
Didnt todd Howard say something like “if you want us to stop releasing skyrim then stop buying it”?
Basically a long as we keep giving them money for doing things a certain way they wont change
We just now got full cross-play on one game. That’s a huge step. Until we get cross-play across all games on all consoles I dont see anything like that happening
Maybe once physical copies of games become obsolete.
Hit us with that next Q @Sterling
TylerMV [2:49 PM]
Ya it’s difficult to say. These companies fight for their platforms so they can control certain sections of market share. Microsoft has already followed suit by making most of their games playable on PC. Sony allows you to play on PC as well (PS Now). So if Nintendo follows suit, I can’t see why there wouldn’t be a portable computer, much like the Nintendo Switch that just allows you to pay like you would on any PC (edited)
You might have to subscribe to multiple services, by why the hello not
I’d buy that
Pay $30 a month for PS Now, GamePass and Nintendo’s services and you can play and stream their games? Hell ya (edited)
Sterling [2:50 PM]
Nintendo still wouldn’t do it
Again, maybe for multiplatform but not exclusives.
And the price alone to build a good pc is alot
TylerMV [2:52 PM]
Nintendo’s getting close man, they’re also releasing on a device that’s not Nintendo owned
Sterling [2:52 PM]
TylerMV [2:52 PM]
Sterling [2:53 PM]
That is such a huge stretch lol
TylerMV [2:54 PM]
Is a huge stretch to suggest they’re currently testing other platforms when they’re actively doing it? Not saying they’re testing to specifically release on a future device that doesn’t exist but look at the facts. They’re currently making Nintendo products on a non-Nintendo device. There’s precedence
Sterling [2:54 PM]
There is no way these 3 companies that make a living off competing with each other are going to cave in and all use the same platform just so people can stream games.
That’s them saying “wow we like money and we can do it for marginally less work”
Nintendo doesn’t even want Netflix on their console
What would be the point of their future consoles if you can just play Mario and Zelda games on your PC? How do you stop people from modding the shit out of It? Nintendo wants to keep people from doing that at all costs. They don’t want people posting nude mods of Breathe of the Wild on Twitter and than people posting videos of that
Even if its streaming, Nintendo wants you to play the way they intend and have control over
TylerMV [2:59 PM]
Having a service or future mobile gaming device doesn’t prevent that from happening though
Steven Jones [2:59 PM]
Nintendo would be the hold out for sure
TylerMV [3:00 PM]
I agree, they’d be the last peice of the puzzle. But more and more Nintendo is allowing third party devs to make Nintendo games, more and more they’re releasing their games on other platforms like mobile. We’re seeing them loosen their own leash they have on themselves. So I’m not saying never, I’m not saying for certain, I’m looking at the facts and concluding it’s a possiblity based on their past actions (edited)
Sterling [3:00 PM]
They make much more money on people buying their consoles, games and accessories than they would whatever market share they’d have to compete with when it comes to Sony and Microsoft games on the same service.
Man.. It’s mobile.. I really don’t think it’s that big of a deal. It’s quick easy money from them. That and having a subscription service WITH Sony and Microsoft is complete day and night. It’s the brightest, sunniest day vs the dark side of the moon
And their letting third party developers make their remasters. Nobody is making their Mario or Zelda games besides them.
Em [3:04 PM]
I think most people will always still buy the console they play the most games on. I’m always going to pick Xbox over anything else. I bought a PlayStation for exclusives cause I got one cheap but if I had the option to pay a service fee for some of their games even, and not all, that’d be cool. I’m probably never going to buy a Nintendo console, but if I was able to get a few Nintendo games and a few Xbox and Sony games all together that’d be cool. Each console could still have most of their own games controlled, or even cycle through availability like Netflix does
“Oh hey for the next couple months on this service you can play these 20 games”, then they switch it up. If you love a nintendo game that encourages you to then go buy Nintendo once it’s gone.
Steven Jones [3:05 PM]
You just described Game Pass
Em [3:05 PM]
Yeah but for all consoles
Steven Jones [3:05 PM]
TylerMV [3:05 PM]
@Sterling Hyrule Warriors and Mario + Rabbids were both Nintendo properties developed by third parties.
Sterling [3:06 PM]
Nintendo has always done that though. A lot of their spin offs are third party. It’s not new at all. It’s nowhere close to letting their games be played on PC or playstation
Super Mario RPG was made by Square
Donkey Kong by Rare
TylerMV [3:07 PM]
BUT YOU JUST SAID “And their letting third party developers make their remasters.”
Sterling [3:08 PM]
Nobody is making their MAINLINE games
TylerMV [3:08 PM]
Look, all I’m saying is, they’re loosening their leash. And one day, they might just put Nintendo “Exclusives” on a third party platform.
Sterling [3:08 PM]
Than it’s not a exclusive and people would be furious
That loosening of the leash is like an inch. What you’re describing is letting the leash go entirely
Nintendo doesn’t let people make fan games. They don’t comment on anything fan made. They don’t want people emulating their games on phones or computer. They haven’t even put a western made video game character in Smash yet
TylerMV [3:10 PM]
It’s just completely unreasonable to suggest they wouldn’t release Nintendo-made games on third party platforms when they’re already doing it man (edited)
Em [3:11 PM]
I think I they could let them be played on other consoles and it wouldn’t hurt their sales, even if it’s in a way like I described. People who love Nintendo are still going to buy Nintendo consoles over other ones no matter how games are released.
Sterling [3:11 PM]
Mobile is so incredibly different from Sony and Microsoft though.
TylerMV [3:11 PM]
I’ve never said they would put there games on their competitors consoles? I’m saying third party
Sterling [3:11 PM]
What third party consoles are their besides mobile
TylerMV [3:12 PM]
My futuristic mobile PC gaming device I referenced earlier that doesn’t exist just yet
Where you’d have your PS app, your Xbox App and your Nintendo app and you could just play and stream whatever exclusives you wanted
Sterling [3:12 PM]
TylerMV [3:13 PM]
Sterling [3:13 PM]
Who is this device made by
TylerMV [3:13 PM]
I DONT FUCKIN KNOW MAN
Sterling [3:13 PM]
There you go
TylerMV [3:13 PM]
Sterling [3:14 PM]
Anybody who has tried to break into the gaming market in the past 10 years has failed miserably
Has anybody bought Atari’s new console?
Em [3:14 PM]
Sterling [3:15 PM]
Would you buy a console by people who employ the same tactics as Telltale?
Steven Jones [3:15 PM]
@Em originally asked “EVER”
Sterling [3:16 PM]
Still a no from me sir
I know I’m being stubborn lol
Steven Jones [3:16 PM]
Ever as in between now and the end of time
You’re not being realistic
Em [3:17 PM]
This is solid though, otherwise we would have all said yes and that would be the end of it.
TylerMV [3:18 PM]
This hot stove got heated yall
Steven Jones [3:18 PM]
Not sterling apparently
Sterling [3:19 PM]
I’M FUCKING HEATED BRO
Em [3:19 PM]
I hope for Sterlings sake that Nintendo stays loyal to their fans well into the scary Matrix future where amazon owns all of us.
Steven Jones [3:21 PM]
-movie trailer voice- “The year is 2679 the world is entirely split by by the 2 roaming corporations, Amazon and Disney.” (edited)
Em [3:22 PM]
We need a funny chill next question so my brain gets a break. Also that is the terrifying future coming for us all.
Sterling [3:22 PM]
Honestly I wonder if Amazon will eventually try to make a gaming console
Hey i don’t know about everyone else but I’m having fun
Em [3:23 PM]
Sterling [3:24 PM]
Hey now, none of that here
You’re allowed to disagree but no telling people their wrong
Steven Jones [3:26 PM]
Sorry bud I moved it
Forgot the rules for a sec
TylerMV [3:29 PM]
Steven Jones [3:29 PM]
Let’s keep it going I think we’ve hit a nice pace
Sterling [3:30 PM]
Well since we were talking about Nintendo
I know some of you read my article about the Nintendo Online Service. What do you think they should have done differently/not done to begin with
Em [3:33 PM]
I think they should have added a few more popular games from every gen to draw more people in. I like the old Mario games but I was already able to buy them on the wii virtual store.
Steven Jones [3:34 PM]
Just give me gamecube virtual console already. I dont care about the NES. I have an SNES classic. Just give me what I want.
Also dedicated game servers and increase in network stability. (edited)
Em [3:38 PM]
They should offer ALL of the obscure old NES games. Let me play Super Spike VBall
Sterling [3:40 PM]
I don’t think they are doing virtual console at all lol
Steven Jones [3:42 PM]
I know le cry
That begs the question, do you think we will get the NGC classic and what do you think will be in it?
Sterling [3:45 PM]
Steven Jones [3:46 PM]
Sterling [3:48 PM]
Naw, too new.
I think they will start to remaster them
Steven Jones [3:54 PM]
Em [3:57 PM]
That would be cool.
Steven Jones [3:58 PM]
Gamecube is almost as old as you bruh (edited)
Em [4:00 PM]
Spyro remaster went over really well and that’s the same era as GameCube isn’t it? I had a PlayStation back in those days.
Steven Jones [4:00 PM]
No spyro was PS1
which was same gen as N64
Sterling [4:22 PM]
I grew up on Gamecube
Em [4:23 PM]
I switched from NES to PS2. Then from PS2 to Xbox 360.
TylerMV [4:24 PM]
Give me the original Pokemon games on mobile or give me DEATH. That’s all I have to say
Steven Jones [4:27 PM]
Started with genesis > SNES > N64 >PS2 & Gamecube > xbox 360 ps3 and Wii > wiiu > Xbox One and just recently a ps4 and switch
Em [4:29 PM]
Yeah I had a wii after the 360, then Xbox One and now PS4. I’ve had two from each! Crazy.
Sterling [5:13 PM]
This year has definitely been the come back for a lot of developers that were getting a bad rap. Companies like Capcom and Sega have been doing well, socwhat does this mean for them coming forward? 2 years ago, people would have said Nintendo was doing terrible and now it’s going well.
Steven Jones [5:30 PM]
I think Capcom is setting its self up for a pretty successful future with megaman 11, RE2, and DMC 5 coming down the pipe. They’ve returned to what they are good at. Sega has always been consistently mediocre as long as the stop trying to force sonic games down our throats we should be good.I wouldnt say nintendo was doing terrible 2 years ago; they were having some struggles sure, but they were preparing for one of the biggest consoles to ever be released. they had recently dropped the Wiiu which was not entirely successful. So it understandable why they would be a little off.
Em [5:31 PM]
It definitely seems to by cyclical with a lot of companies. It depends on the types of games that are popular. No one expected monster hunter world to sell as well as it did, but almost everyone I knew bought it instantly, and I had never played any other Capcom games in years. I hope that in the next couple of years they can use that hype as both motivation, and a good wave of popularity to build on.
Nintendo at least still had the DS to fall back on while they were waiting to release the switch.
Sterling [5:32 PM]
Terrible Sonic games are another thing on it’s own
Steven Jones [5:32 PM]
Well the most popular games at the time were pokemon games and even those people were getting a little tired of
Em [5:34 PM]
If Sega remakes Golden Axe as an RPG then I will care about Sega again
Steven Jones [5:35 PM]
Give me a remake of Comix Zone and I’ll never say a bad thing about sega again
Sterling [5:36 PM]
I think their future success will depend on PR and if can continue to bank on quality games. Sega is also bringing back a lot of older franchises so that could work out
Steven Jones [5:36 PM]
They also released a lot of classics on mobile last year I think
Em [5:37 PM]
Ya they released golden axe on mobile. I just don’t have patience with side scrollers anymore.
Steven Jones [5:37 PM]
Fuckin same bro
Sterling [8:32 PM]
Does anybody else have any comments?!
Steven Jones [8:34 PM]
i do not
Em [8:36 PM]
I don’t think so!