Then I think there's pretty much only yourself to blame for having unrealistic expectations, Divine Divinity Original Sin, DayZ, Wasteland 2, the list goes on forever, games (where the dev really care about the outcome) take much longer to develop than anyone could anticipate, even if they have millions and a large studio to back them in some cases, Sui Generis had £160,000, and what they have already achieved is incredible.Edit: Oh, and i'm not even going to talk about the estimated/promised release date of the FULL game which was May 2014.
I think the term "Review" has a slightly different meaning in games journalism.*snip*
lol, well that speaks for itself doesn't it?Well it's the internet, there is never a shortage of moronic behavior.
I understand, my snarky comment meant to imply that there is nothing that can be done about it. Unfortunately, it's gonna happen. I think SG will weather the worst of it pretty well though.lol, well that speaks for itself doesn't it?
What I'm trying to say is that I don't want that sort of publicity for Sui Generis. Don't get me wrong, I hope Bare Mettle manage to make this the "next big thing", but I don't think there's a positive value in having the game travel in those circles, so to speak.
Considering that the Prelude has not passed through beta, I am pretty sure that digital santa will not visit the 10GBP chimneys, but maybe 20GBP will get something... who knows.sooo... it's only a wild guess but I don't think there'll be anything down the digital chimney this Christmas for us 10 GBP peasants -_-