I never thought all that well of publishers before this. Now I see the reason for them. Tim Shafer's sycophants see nothing wrong with what's happening here, they write reams to justify his behavior, but what it boils down to is that he makes promises he has no intention of keeping though he got many times the money he was asking for to fulfill them; and the guy who only wanted a game, not perks or video documentaries, who is not fine with long delays or release in parts or on Steam (utilizing their form of DRM which he said absolutely would not happen), who thinks there's something wrong about starting work on a new game before this one is finished, can just go sit in a corner and talk to himself because nobody at Double Fine is interested.
And yes, I splice commas. I'm just as creative in my way as Tim Schafer. I tend to keep my promises though.
"Best not to think about it. I don't want to fall to bits 'cos of excess existential thought."