The first four users:
-Asked about the game with the intent of trying to help you get it working.
-Indicated the likely reason you weren't able to run the game
-Answered your actual question ("pay closer attention to system specs")
-Gave a specific example of why you might have had a problem
-Offered another answer to your actual question. ("get a refund")
-Answered your new question
Seems you weren't satisfied with the answers to your questions.
You didn't get called a troll until Post 10, and at which point you got really
I'd imagine the OP was downrated as a response to his actions.
Nice list. I think you could write fantastic "9 things to do when you don't know what to do" catchy blog articles.
That user you replied to was civil and didn't insult you, and you took the piss with them.
I give that a C for effort. You lose a lot of points for a lack of creativity, but brevity does have an innate quality.
At least I did not swear at you but tried to be funny. C'mon, admit it wasn't that bad.
You get a "point" for that, at least....now try to be nice to those trying to help you and we'll see where it goes.
Literal translation to Russian from English:
"I Think that is not good, no.
Tbf/fwiw his post(once I read the translation) made me laugh....must be how it reminds me of all those euro jank/russian games I play. :)
We don't call each other "comrade" for 40-50 years I think. I'm not sure that we even addressed each other by that during USSR era despite the heavy implication from old movies and Red Alert games. Probably it's easier to find an Englishman treating to his 5 o'clock tea than Russian calling a fellow citizen "tovarisch" ("comrade" in our language). It's so cliche, it's not even true. "Lords and ladies" (in reverse order), "mister / sir and madam" (even "mistress"), "friend", "mate" (we use different word but very close in meaning), "brother", "bro" are more common.
As for the languages I would rather learn Dutch (very hard) or Deutsche (very hard) than Russian (overkill) because spelling and grammar there is spectacularly insane, even educated persons can't write properly.
Thanks for the awesome language usage lesson, cadaver. It was a nice find in this thread. :)