If you tell me how to change this to keep it from being hidden, I'll change it.
I think the biggest mistake GREE made when perverting the role of the game sages into forum moderators is expecting them to police the community. It appears that here, the main role of the sages has been frankensteined into enforcers of site rules and as damage control PR hacks who delete posts they don’t like and lock topics the moment they run off-course.
And by employing police state tactics and errantly assigning these priorities to their game sages, they are doing it all wrong.
To best run any successful interaction between a business and its customer, it must be noted that it is counterproductive to repress (oppress) that community.
In my opinion, GREE would be better suited to allow us a liberal amount of freedom in posting, because if we can't discuss what is wrong with the product here, we will certainly take it elsewhere.
By having the game sages crack down on members the second they step out of line, they have sent us a very strong and negative signal that free speech is not tolerated and additionally that our feedback and opinions hold no value.
I believe it is equally significant to mention that this situation has destroyed any and all goodwill the gamesage program was created to generate.
Thus, they created a monster; a hostile and mistrustful community that feels discouraged from getting involved.
So, I'm out.
I'll just follow @Sticker_Warchief.