Long, long time ago on another, now defunct RPG Maker website, I made a social experiment; I registered a new account as Sephrirox 2050 or something, a huge FF fan from Poland and made a "Final Fantasy fangame" with really bad fake screenshots. (Which actually were from my own nooblet project so they were really bad) Actual game was just slowly panning image of Aeris and me weepingly humming Aeris themesong and every menu said basically "This is a joke" and then the game ended. It was less than two minute long joke but I was able to fool everyone into thinking this was legimate project, the first project by a first time developer. When posting that fangame (and misspelling each Final Fantasy character's name such as calling Cid as Ciider), I got like 4+ pages of replies of people complaining about mapping and presentation, combat system, the length of the game, etc. without a single one of them having had played the game because in just 1 second, you would have realized that the game was a joke and so was the whole account with the whole thing having been massive social experiment. Many people sent tons of replies and comments without even trying out the game and complaining about maps and dialogue being corny and Final Fantasy not being good source material for games, etc. Why do some people complain about games that they don't even play? I mean, this social experiment proved to me what I had known already for years that some people just leave a comment without having played a single second of the game "giving advice" without having tried the game at all or even seen single second of footage of it. Are these the same sort of people who also same Breath of Wild is the worst/best game ever without even having played a single second of it? What are your thoughts on the matter? Have you ever had a comment from someone which made you go "This guy can't have possibly played my game"? Do you think this sort of a mindeset is also in RPG Maker Web or is it more on the "old school" RPG Maker websites, a relic of past? EDIT: I found some of those old screenshots.