Originally Posted by Icefire
When the developer specifically asks, "Your feedback is very important to us, so we'd love to hear from you. Let us know what you think of the balancing, what bugs you encountered, what you think could be improved and what adventures you experienced. The more you tell us, the better we can make Divinity:Original Sin. ", they are asking you to test the game. if someone wants to support them and buy it that's fine. but if they are wanting you to report bugs, etc. they should at least give the gamer some incentive to do so. Such as a lower price. IN MY OPINION. those same 3 words my other post started with.