It was an okay experience just about what I expected without fans being a part process.It was less stressful on the devs because they didn’t have answer awkard questions.Suggestions
1.We want questions answered.If they are going do to a dev talk they can’t avoid questions.We don’t care if we get the PC answer we just want questions answered.
2.Let some of questions come in advance.It isn’t that hard to set up dev talk thread and ask the community to their questions in it.
Taking that a step futher,It could be put conjunction with a top 10 questions/concern list where the forums does a poll of what is the top their top ten concerns for duelyst.
The devs answers top ten questions first,Then go through the general questions thread for more questions.Then maybe have live portions for live questions as well.Both sides benefit from asking questions in advance.
3.The format with the host and 2 devs is the superior format.A host fills dead air, can pick out live questions,and other misc stuff.They are good community members who could host but I am guessing CPG doesn’t want a repeat of last roundtable where I guess the devs felt a little ambushed .If that case Wintermu7e and JuveyD are now devs and both would be solid host.
4.This should happen once a month.Probably arround mid month patch.That way you could talk about
1.Last month cards and patch and feel for whats happening with them in the game.
2.The general balance patch being put out
3.Hint at upcoming stuff in game
5.Finally I like the devs playing the game route BUT you guys have an expansion coming out and it will be the one single times the community cares about watching the devs play.A stream like this before the launch where the devs can talk about the new cards and designs of new cards,show off new cards in action would be great.