Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 5 Sep 2019.
Unless a game is ready to play through to completion the day it is put on sale, it can do one.
I think the lingering memory of much promised, little delivered in the first game is a bigger issue for some.
yes the ****ed up massivly doing the PR pre-release for this game (well really just Sean Murray) , but the updates they have done so far have should prolly cut the devs some slack. i am still suprised that even the dev team is so small that no-one pulled Sean Murray to one side during his PR run and gave him a hard slap and insist they need another couple of years to work on it.
when ever Hello Games decide to announce another game, i hope hardly any body pays for a pre-order
On the other hand, A Realm Reborn.
Picked it up in the PS4 sale, sounds like now might be the best time after all the updates, looking forward to trying it.
Just do what I do and wait at least a year before buying games. More affordable and the bugs are mostly worked out. Whilst I'm happy that other people take the financial hit of buying games at the time of release it does puzzle me why
I do tend to do that anyway due to cost reasons, unless it is a stone cold classic I have been waiting on.
I think it is ridiculous that products are released half finished.
Separate names with a comma.