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No Need for Disgraceful Messages, Says F1 2012 Creative Director



In an unfortunate event that has hit the gaming community and the F1 2012 gaming franchise badly, a bunch of disgruntled customers of the game have resorted to personal attacks and disgraceful messages to the Creative Director and his development team of the F1 2012 video game. Steve Hood, who is the creative director of the F1 2012 video game has hit back to this bunch of fan followers who have flooded his email account, Twitter account and Facebook wall. According to him, these disgruntled fans of the F1 2012 franchise are hell bent against the changes that the development team has brought about in the tire wear aspect of the popular game.
He didn’t hold back in expressing his disappointment in the behavior that these disgruntled fans of the F1 2012 gaming franchise have displayed and has gone ahead and mentioned that the attacks that he has received on his online accounts are abusive, disrespectful and derogatory to say the least. He also went ahead and pointed out how the fans of the F1 2012 game has not bothered to seek an explanation from the development team or the creative director himself before retorting to such heinous attacks.

He has urged the disgruntled minority of the fans of the F1 2012 game that they must consider putting their disappointment across in a more logical and organized manner rather than resorting to such tactics on online forums and other media. He has urged them to calm down in their desperate attempt to seek notification and limelight and has assured that if conveyed in a respectful and parliamentary manner, each and every reported problem will be addressed to by him or his development team personally. But as mentioned, he wants the disgruntled minority of the fans to cool down to start with.

The creative director also went ahead and pointed out that the majority of the fans of the F1 2012 gaming franchise have welcomes these changes and have also vocally supported them in the face of this barrage and insult from the minority. He points out the success of the F1 2012 series lies on these changes and other factors which have been widely well received by fans and critiques of the game alike. He has mentioned that he will always be going out of his way to interact with the positive and negative reactions of the fans of F1 2012 as long as they are sane and respectful in nature.  

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