CJ_Parker wrote on Nov 1, 2017, 15:13:These guys got 600k USD from Kickstarter. From the look of it, they didn't manage that money very well because the game doesn't have much content and lacks in the looks department. I think they blew a bunch on marketing and image without really giving the game substance. Or not. Either way, this screams bad resource management
BTW, here is the devs' more personal message regarding the recent development issues and the publisher announcement.
Looks like they've been going without pay for a while so WingMan & co. really needed this deal to make the game happen at all.
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Aug 2, 2017, 06:52:Same. Less I know, the better. I'm already sold from the first footage I saw
*Not watching the videos, obviously.
Prez wrote on Dec 20, 2016, 13:07:Only one I can think of is Kingdom Come: Deliverance
It's a shame nothing really interesting beyond the Crysis series made use of it. Unless I'm missing something?
Mordhaus wrote on Dec 17, 2016, 14:12:Your definition of "soon" is quite a lot different than most people's here
I have it on good authority that we should be seeing a beta release sometime soon, in the next couple of years or so.
Dagnamit wrote on Dec 6, 2016, 13:53:Same. There is no experience like it
My experiences with the VIVE have been worth the price of entry, YMMV.
ItBurn wrote on Nov 27, 2016, 20:01:Pretty silly on your part, as he makes great points. Though the post could have done without the last sentenceThe Half Elf wrote on Nov 27, 2016, 18:09:ItBurn wrote on Nov 27, 2016, 13:35:
In my opinion, if you believe everything devs tell you about a game that is far from being released, you're the one at fault. Especially for that kind of indie game... I didn't have unrealistic expectations, I didn't preorder and I harbor no ill sentiment against them. A tiny novice indie team with an AAA fan base and expectations, it's impressive they actually shipped something without complete mental breakdown. Also, a ton of other devs have done things similar to this and you almost never hear about that kind of backlash from the public. It's a bit hypocritical. I didn't buy the game yet, especially because it's way too much money for what it is, but I'll definitely check it out later when they finish it.
Ok I'm calling bullshit.
1st, Sean Murray went on a national PR tour promoting the game and features up until a week before the games launch. They were backed by Sony, and had major gaming sites whoring over them (IGN). Made an appearance on Stephen Colbert's show where he again repeatedly lied through his teeth. Peter Molyneux is a big time dreamer but even he would come clean about what did and didn't make it into the game long before a game went BETA, let alone after a game went Gold.
And a fan base was made based off things the dev team TOLD the public which generated interest and created the base. And as for backlash, um, yeah did you not hear about Aliens Colonial Marines? Or how about all of the choices you make in the Mass Effect series that came down to being fucking worthless. So much that they patched in another ending? Microsft and DRM with the Xbox One (which again to backlash they removed).
Do some fucking research.
I read the first line of your post, then the last one, and because of this, I didn't read the rest. I wasn't a fanboy of the game like you must have been to muster such passion, so I don't know all the details, but I never claimed to know them.
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Nov 23, 2016, 14:26:Thanks! It's still $48 CDN though :/
You have to put the game into the 'cart,' start to pay for it, and at the Review Purchase page, you can submit coupons/codes in the lower left.
The code works, final price (USD) for me was $31.99.
Going to try the game out when time permits, tonight hopefully. Just finished downloading/installing.
Nucas wrote on Nov 22, 2016, 21:13:I don't see anywhere to input this code up until "Pay now"
if anyone's on the fence about this title, it's currently 32 dollars on origin when you use the code TITAN20 at checkout; it stacks with the current black friday sale.
The Half Elf wrote on Nov 11, 2016, 18:48:UE4 is a pretty big hog when it comes to large detailed levels, which both those games have. Can't say if it would be harder to optimize the game had they used UE4, but from my experience it's not easy
Why are companies using bad engines when they were using the Unreal engine before and didn't have all these problems?
Deus Ex and Dishonored 2, do they really save that much money?