Yeah, as you can guess from the title, I'm here to apologize. I don't expect you to forgive me. Whether you forgive me or not, I don't care. I just want to let you guys know the reason I went overboard with my criticisms.
I witnessed the end of several LEGO Fan Projects with great potential and the following are the ones that mattered more: LEGO Nexus Adventures (LNA) and AstroBrick (AB). We all really wanted to make a game. We had the potential but we made so many mistakes and that cost the entire team. It pains me greatly to see a fine team I've partcipated for almost a year to go down like that. That's when I felt the need to prevent other teams from failing by using extreme criticisms and preventing them from making the same mistakes I made.
I now realize that my way of motivating a team is completely wrong. I'm sorry for saying harsh things to pretty much everyone on here. Even so, every criticism I gave, I gave it for a reason.
If permitted, I will only give suggestions from now on.
From now on, I'm going to give constructive criticisms; I'll give as many reasons as possible to prove my point. Constructive criticisms are important as they state the errors in your work and tell you how to fix them. 'Those who can't even take constructive criticisms aren't even suited to be working on this game.