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Originally posted by klash2def Originally posted by sketocafe I liked how it looked until I saw Dino mounts. It just kind of turned me off on it. It's cool to imagine banding together with some friends with wooden spears and taking down a triceratops so you can all eat. It's less cool when a group of other players cruise by afterwards riding T-Rexes. If you're going to have dinosaurs, make them complete badasses. Don't do anything to trivialize them.
there are dino mounts in wow.
You think this is the same....how?
"This may hurt a little, but it's something you'll get used to. Relax....."
Originally posted by Dullahan Originally posted by DarLorkar Originally posted by Gravarg This game looks incredible. Come June 2nd, I'll 100% be buying this game. I wish sites would cover it, but you can barely find any information on it. The most information I've found on it was by following the Devs on Twitter. I'd love to know more, like the crafting trees and such. Hopefully after the 2nd there will be tons of information coming out, and I'll be playing it. I hope it's like Rust or Life is Feudal with dinosaurs, that's like my dream game lol.
Because of this maybe?
Note: This Early Access game is not complete and may or may not change further. If you are not excited to play this game in its current state, then you should wait to see if the game progresses further in development.
I for one do not do EA games. I mean how much more upfront can they be? Buy a game that they have zero need to do anything else to and you can do absolutely nothing about.
Once they have everyone's cash...no rules or law to make them do anything else. Just such a bad way to do business for the gamers. Really hate that places do this now. As long as places like Steam get their cut...who cares right?
Might be a good game some day...but who can say? Might be unplayable too and nothing we can do about it.
Problem with that line of thinking is, if no one buys into early access, it probably has no chance of being a good game some day.
I don't buy in early or kickstart many games, but its pretty ludicrous to suggest that its a bad thing. While its not always the case, usually indie companies trying to make games actually want to make the most quality product possible, because they will make much more money finishing the game than they will from the few early backers in an alpha/beta. Since its not always the case, its up to the company to do a good job explaining and demonstrating their ideas and capabilities, and for the player to objectively decide whether its worth their time/money to invest.
This broad brush dismissive attitude towards indie games and early access has to stop. A handful of bad apples and failed kickstarters does not reflect the benefit these platforms have had on the gaming industry.
Sorry but I have bought into several early access games when the concept was still new....one has gone into release and it blew; Lichdom. The others are in perpetual alpha state with no end in site. 7 Days to Die and Planet Explorers are just 2 examples off the top of my head. I'm done with early access.
Originally posted by Viper482 1. Not an MMO. 2. Early access. 3. Character models/animations look like LOTRO.
1. So what
2. So what
3. Have you ever played LotRO? Cause no it doesn't....at all.
It is on my steam wishlist and It was suppose to be for sale today but it isn't yet.
Originally posted by psiic It is on my steam wishlist and It was suppose to be for sale today but it isn't yet.
Yesterday the Devs said it would be in the after noon time.
survival and mobas clones everywhere
i miss zombies games....oh wait....
Originally posted by Skuall survival and mobas clones everywhere i miss zombies games....oh wait....
Yea, cause, you can tame and mount a zombie lol. Get a clue .
Sway all day, butterfly flaps all the way!
Originally posted by Nanfoodle I know survival games are all the rage right now but I just cant get into them. When I play a game I want to feel like a hero, not that I should be rewarded because I didnt die. Just seems under whelming.
Try Die2Nite ( http://www.die2nite.com ). It doesn't reward you for not dying, it rewards you for how you and your group managed to stay alive.
There isn't a "right" or "wrong" way to play, if you want to use a screwdriver to put nails into wood, have at it, simply don't complain when the guy next to you with the hammer is doing it much better and easier. - Allein"Graphics are often supplied by Engines that (some) MMORPG's are built in" - Spuffyre