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Signed On Jun 30, 2016, 16:02
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News Comments > Monster Energy Supercross 2 Announced
2. Re: Monster Energy Supercross 2 Announced Dec 20, 2018, 13:28 Crucifix
This game was already announced back in early October.  
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News Comments > Wasteland Remaster Planned
6. Re: Wasteland Remaster Planned Nov 29, 2018, 23:11 Crucifix
yea, this was announced in June as part of the Wasteland 30th Anniversary Bundle  
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News Comments > Descent (2019) Announced
9. Re: Descent (2019) Announced Nov 14, 2018, 16:51 Crucifix
This is nothing new, was already announced weeks ago. This trailer is over a month old.

Descent (2019) is an evolution of Descent Underground after Little Orbit picked up the publishing rights for the game, allowing the devs to expand the scope of the game (with additional PS4, Xbox One and Switch platforms)

People that had Descent Underground will get Descent for free (their Descent Underground game will auto update).
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News Comments > 125K Find Super Seducer Attractive; Sequel Announced
8. Re: 125K Find Super Seducer 2 Attractive; Sequel Announced Sep 24, 2018, 16:32 Crucifix
Actually this is about Super Seducer, the original sold 125k copies not the just released not Super Seducer 2.

But just to make you confused, the announcement talks about the original, the sequel and the 3rd title all in one.

The PR blurb is equally as much a mess as the game(s).
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News Comments > Rune Next Month
4. Re: Rune Next Month Aug 29, 2018, 20:22 Crucifix
This is not the actual "release date" but the date that it will be available on Steam Early Access.

Easy to confuse the two, but huge difference
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News Comments > Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones Announced
3. Re: Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones Announced Jul 26, 2018, 15:15 Crucifix
This isn't a new game, it was announced back in 2016, just now 1C picked it up and is showing it at Gamescom.  
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News Comments > Cricket Captain 2018 Demo
1. Re: Cricket Captain 2018 Demo Jul 25, 2018, 07:22 Crucifix
Where do you see this demo ?

There is no download button at all. A search on Steam for the demo reverts back to the main game page, which still does not have a demo download button.
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News Comments > Transference Announced
1. Re: Transference Announced Jun 13, 2018, 01:41 Crucifix
announced? This was already announced at least year's E3  
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News Comments > Golem Gates in March
1. Re: Golem Gates in March Jan 23, 2018, 12:16 Crucifix
That release date was already announced back in November of last year.  
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News Comments > We Happy Few Delay; Refunds
1. Re: We Happy Few Delay; Refunds Jan 19, 2018, 19:13 Crucifix
good to see a developer step up, admit their mistake and offer refunds/disable the guy button. kudos...  
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News Comments > Ironsight Next Month
2. Re: Ironsight Next Month Jan 15, 2018, 18:56 Crucifix
That's not a new trailer at all, same as the one they released months ago.

Doesn't bode well if they can't even be bother to cut new footage, or at least re-edit it.
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News Comments > Black Clover: Quartet Knights Announced
1. Re: Black Clover: Quartet Knights Announced Dec 18, 2017, 17:54 Crucifix
This is the same game as BC Project, which was announced several weeks ago already.  
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News Comments > GTFO Trailer
1. Re: GTFO Announced Dec 8, 2017, 16:56 Crucifix
The Game Awards only unveiled a gameplay trailer, the game itself was already announced 6+ months ago.  
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News Comments > Road Rage Next Month
1. Re: Road Rage Next Month Sep 1, 2017, 10:51 Crucifix
Didn't this already get released last November, or was it delayed for a year?  
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News Comments > FE Announced
3. Re: FE Announced Aug 21, 2017, 20:42 Crucifix
Was already announced at E3 earlier this year, just the target date and Switch mention are new.  
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News Comments > War Tech Fighters Announced
1. Re: War Tech Fighters Announced Aug 4, 2017, 21:05 Crucifix
old news, this was already announced a few months ago.  
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News Comments > Dead Alliance Announced
1. Re: Dead Alliance Announced May 24, 2017, 20:20 Crucifix
This is not a "new" game, it was originally titled Moving Hazard but for some undisclosed reason it was renamed/rebranded.  
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News Comments > NieR PC This Month
2. Re: NieR PC This Month Mar 4, 2017, 14:47 Crucifix
HoSpanky wrote on Mar 4, 2017, 14:36:
Oh boy! There's ABSOLUTELY no way this is a quick port cash grab! I bet they built it with PC in mind from the beginning! Exclamation points may imply thick sarcasm!

This is not a quick port, it actually has been announced for PC since August 2016.
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News Comments > More Apocalypse Now Crowdfunding
1. Re: More Apocalypse Now Crowdfunding Feb 14, 2017, 20:34 Crucifix
This was always the plan, to continue funding on their own website after the kickstarter campaign had concluded.

However, not sure how they think they will manage to get almost $6 million when their 900k kickstarter failed with barely 1/4 of that initial goal.

With screens looking like the game is more suitable for PS3 than current-gen, and scheduled for 2020 to boot, the future of this project look dim at best.
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News Comments > The Repopulation Sold; To be Repopulated
12. Re: The Repopulation Sold; To be Repopulated Jan 16, 2017, 17:01 Crucifix
jacobvandy wrote on Jan 16, 2017, 15:25:
Crucifix wrote on Jan 16, 2017, 13:13:
And Project Genom is not any better. Their are hardly ANY people playing anymore (i think about 40 in total), there has not been a single update in MONTHS, there has been a dispute with the main programmer causing Steam the temp. remove in from the store over copyright issues.

Talk about another fail...

Attitudes like that are the other side of the double-edged sword that is Early Access... The game is in early alpha testing, yet people bring expectations the same as they would for any AAA title on full release. I can't speak to anything that happened previously, but it only launched on Steam this past October and there have been multiple news updates outlining what they're working on, which is slated to come in a major update sometime Q1 '17.

A 10-man team doesn't work miracles overnight, I don't think waiting a few months for significant updates is too much to tolerate for that stage of such a project. Don't buy into a game this early if you're looking for something to play 40 hours a week with monthly content updates to keep you interested. Player count peaked when it landed on Steam, and it has steadily tapered off. It will peak again when the update comes, and that seems perfectly normal to me. There's only so much to do for the tourists who aren't actually interested in providing feedback.

As for the copyright issues, there are two sides to the story and it's hard to say which one is more accurate. The guy who complained to Valve is a programmer who created an MMO starter kit for UE4, which he integrated to be used in the game in collaboration with the studio. He claims he was being screwed out of money he was supposed to be paid once they hit Early Access (apparently they didn't have a formal contract), so soon after that was when the DMCA takedown happened.

NeuronHaze has since replaced him, as well as all of the game code he contributed, and claim he wasn't paid because he stopped working a while before they launched on Steam, and when they offered to buy him out in order to keep using his code, he never responded. They also say they're suing him for extortion and damages caused by the takedown (it definitely delayed the work they're doing now and hurt the game's reputation).

I picked it up for $12 from the Humble store sale going on now. I don't care about any drama, all I know is they have some interesting ideas and as of the past few weeks they seem to be on track to start making them happen. I hope they can pull it off, but of course that remains to be seen. If at the very least I can get a decent amount of fun out of it while it's in Early Access, that's still $12 well spent.

Project Genom has no grouping mechanic, it has no in-game mail system. When your inventory is full (which happens frequently since the inventory space is TINY) and you get new missions rewards you lose it without any warning (other MMOs have it sent to your mail).

Those are some basic staples for any MMO, yet totally missing in PG.

It even went backwards when it came it Steam Early Access. It used to be seamless open world, when you went from the ARK to outside there was no loading, now there is (long) loading involved.

The game has been in alpha/early access WAY before it came on Steam. They have been selling an alpha version through their own website for a year prior, which I played since hoping for decent progress yet little to nothing is being added in terms of content nor functionality. Neither has happened in over a year.

That on top of the fact that their main trailer is not even representative to what the game looks like. It looks way worse graphically (mediocre at best), most of the items/enemies/weapons shown off are not in-game at all.

First you had a horribly laggy/rubberbanding game, so they decided to completely re-write the net-code, causing a delay. Then they had a falling out with the main programmer causing the game code to be re-written as well. More delays..

All the while the player count dropped from an all-time high of 1200 people (quite sure that's not very impressive either) to 40.

That's not just "tapering off," that's a mortal nosedive.

In all of this NH also decided to take on a new dev team for a different project, launch a failed kickstarter for it, and has already been dropped in the meantime.

During all this drama there most likely have no been any relevant sales/revenue so yea, smells like a fail.
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