Take a look at many developer's forums and you will see rather quickly that they are filled with feedback. Unfortunately due to their enthusiasm most forums become a chaotic mess. Gamers also feel entitled to be listened to, because they have bought the game and spend a lot of time and effort on it. This makes it difficult for developers to cope with and respond to all this feedback.
The internet has given gamers and developers an easier way to communicate with each other. We want to support this and make sure that gamers feel listened to. However, this does not mean that every popular suggestion should be accepted by a developer. It is important for developers to acknowledge the feedback and explain why certain suggestions will not be implemented. This openness in communication will give gamers a better view of the decision process that developers make for their games.
It is our goal to gather and structure feedback, opinions and other thoughts of all gamers. Improved communication and a better understanding of both parties will benefit gamers and developers. Gamers that are active on forums have to realize they do not represent the entire gaming population and that their views are not always correct. Developers on the other hand have to keep in mind that these gamers are often the most valuable customers with a lot of expertise about their games.
At Gamersuggestions we will work everyday on bridging the gap between these groups and we hope you will join us in our effort.