There was a promotional code when the announcement was first made where users could apply the cost of yearly they paid to a lifetime membership cost. This has since expired as there has been sufficient time that has passed since the announcement to 20+ trainers to lifetime. The code was active for well over a month.
Like I said, arrogant. Just simple apologies would do wonders. But instead you blamed these games companies for your lack of vision. If it isn't for these games companies we wouldn't have joined your membership in the first place. Thanks for your reply. Now everyone knows what kind of a person you are...
Spoken exactly like someone who has no idea what goes into the development software cycle. Development is a brutal process of constantly changing requirements with PWizard/Caliber in an never-ending feature-creep hell that makes their job almost impossible to do. Imagine it as if you were told to build a complex model of an airplane then every time you got 3/4 or more of the way, you were told to demolish it and remake it with different specifications and you have no power/authority to object to the change. It's essentially restarting from scratch with a lot of effort getting wasted on products that "don't work anymore" or "need updates".
Every game Caliber trains is essentially it's own agile project. This wouldn't be so bad if he had an infinite army of developers at his command but he has almost 0 help for his trainers.