David Gallant's Blog
Digital Experience Creator. HEMO RACERS, Apocalypse Later, I Get This Call Every Day. Formerly a numb meat popsicle.
Desura's parent company is reportedly bankrupt, the site is incommunicado, and I have no way to migrate my customers to a surviving platform.
I used to think I was a game developer. I realized I was wrong, and it is an amazing thing.
John Bain, a.k.a. TotalBiscuit, has long proven toxic towards marginalized folks and is an active voice against diversity in this industry. It's time to leave him behind.
I Get This Call Every Day was just greenlit for Steam. So why am I not excited?
2013 started with a Brobdingnagian Bang and will end with the quietest of whimpers for David S Gallant, internet complainer.
Why was I Get This Call Every Day removed from Greenlight by its creator, when it was nearly in the top 100? David explains.
David Gallant's Comments
[Blog - 03/31/2016 - 07:15]
Brandon, thank you for voicing ...
Brandon, thank you for voicing this. You 're absolutely right. r n r nAlso I 'm glad to hear Gunhouse is coming back. It was a fun title on PS Mobile and its loss was felt.
[News - 06/08/2015 - 04:08]
Cards earned from games refunded ...
Cards earned from games refunded are not rescinded, and flipping a game buying it, earning card drops, refunding the game, selling cards for profit has already become a common thing. r n r nSteam allows developers to set the time interval for trading card drops I Get This Call Every ...
[Blog - 01/25/2015 - 04:17]
Yes, thank you for bringing ...
Yes, thank you for bringing that up There are so many things he 's done lately that it 's hard to make a comprehensive list.
[News - 12/11/2014 - 05:23]
Highly disappointed to see Gary ...
Highly disappointed to see Gary Newman 's studio highlighted as a top dev after his incredibly hurtful comments about women in games made earlier in 2014.
[Blog - 09/20/2014 - 03:47]
Yeah, stop being so Tumblr ...
Yeah, stop being so Tumblr is super-reasonable and definitely addresses the legitimate security concerns folks have regarding this change.
[Blog - 04/03/2014 - 10:35]
On the user end, No ...
On the user end, No removes the game from the user 's voting queue same thing a Yes votes does . Let 's not address the fact that the Voting Queue system is more than a little technically broken. r n r nThanks for the support