The studio has "poured over the data" admitting some were "painful to read." They "cannot be selective" on feedback however as it would 'defeat the point'.
"Dark Energy is a community of gamers, and we want those that play our game to enjoy the experience," said Dark Energy Digital creative director Pete Jones.
"We'd like to thank everybody who has taken the time to produce feedback on our game. We've poured over the data from community feedback and analysed every review, comment or blog we could find."
"Nearly 250 reviews of the game were published, either in physical media or on the net. Some of them made good reading, while others were painful to read. However, to actively listen to the community, we cannot be selective in those we listen to, and there is no point in listening unless we are prepared to act," they continued.
"We have the purest of motivations and we will be announcing our detailed response at 11am GMT on Monday, so we'll be sending a press release your way then." It sounds like a sequel or an ambitious revamp might be coming Hydrophobia's way.
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