2 years ago
3 years ago
"In all honesty how many of these crowdfunded games have came to fruition and how many of those have actually been worth the trouble?
Thats a serious question people, i am actually looking for answers."
""Double Fine have proven time and time again that they cannot manage their money properly. Broken Age needed additional funding drives at least twice that I know of just so that it could be finished. It even released as a half finished game so that DF could get some money back to actually complete it."
"Notch wanted to fund this outright but I remember him saying that the amount of money DF had said would be needed was ridiculously high. Suddenly DF are able to do the game for $3.3 million."
We here at Eurogamer have been covering video games for years (some longer than others)
whichever team dies first, loses
"Black Ops is just another sequel or retread and it got a 'recommended'"
A game should be judged on its merits not on the baggage of being in a franchise
"However. Just wondering if there are any others out there like me who are playing FO4 with this tiny nagging suspicion in the back of your mind that says -perhaps if I hadn't played a fully moded FO3 or NV I'd probably be enjoying this a lot more..."
"So, this morning from EG we've had a technically flawless game (Tomb Raider) receive an average review, and then a technically dodgy game (Fallout 4) receive a 'Recommended'. And you wonder why game publishers keep releasing broken games? Surely the minimum we should expect is that a game works. Once that's been established, then we can start talking gameplay and story.
Edit: It's astonishing that I'm being negged for suggesting that games should be technically proficient and that reviews should take that into account."
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