LOL @ people who consider internet access a "right"
"Escape from Enemy Mountain takes place in a hellish outpost. You have been captured and locked in the prison cells inside Enemy Mountain, and you must escape to the main governmental headquarters, from which you can take a spaceship back to civilisation."
So what they really are saying is that they had such little faith in their game they gave it away.
Big deal! I'd like to see this developer pirate their own game crippled with DRM.
I still think they should do a demo (if they haven't), because it targets a differant segment of people (although there's certainly overlap).
And if we run out of bullets, they gonna wish we hadn't
We fucked up the game, now we're fucking up the patch, and I'm giving you a load of bullshit for funzies
You're right. Does it matter?
Let's look at Mr. Verbinski extensive portfolio of strong narrative films:Only he didn't write a single one of those movies.
This is coming from a guy that spent a butt-load of money to receive a digital Oscar.Aren't you thinking of Michael Bay?
I bought ut2003 and 2004 only to realize that there were never more than 10 players online. So basically the same happened again?