So popular that it's apparently taken down the site? :lol:You dun' fucked it up!
Hits the nail on the head, they give you a huge sandbox... but nothing to do in it.
I think it could be a turning point for this whole pre-order super hype culture we have cultivated... it's not worth it, puts extra pressure on developers, makes them rush things out (previously we only expected rushed products by out-of-touch big publishers like EA or Activision).Works fine now.
But all of this NMS stuff has me so sad. I was so excited for it, it looked amazing and then shat on the floor.
Yeah it could be a turning point, like all the other prerelease hype monster trainwrecks before it, but it won't be. In all likelihood, the same audience who preordered this without thinking, will forget about NMS before the next game like it enters the hype phase. And if the interval between fiascos-in-the-making is long enough, then there's a whole new generation of na?ve gamer kids to exploit. The publishers laugh all the way to the bank regardless.I think it could be a turning point for this whole pre-order super hype culture we have cultivated...
Its a fantasy game about exploring fictional planets, who are you to say what colors do and don't appear in nature. Plus I don't see anything overly absurd there.Yes, because those colours don't appear in nature. There's a difference between a movie and a cartoon.