- Oct 27, 2017
$20 for a set of cosmetic armor = the most generous offerings in video game history.
$60 for an incomplete buggy mess of a game, how do you call that Ben?
The entirety of Sony and Ubisoft's game output since 2015 alone would tell you you are wrong. Let alone things like witcher, metro and countless others. Just because EA are bad at the one thing they're supposed to do (AAA games) doesn't mean everyone else is. Hell, even Activision. They don't release buggy game unpolished games, their issues are from the monetization things
This! I remember that people were worried about the company's future before the game came out, if this is their current output they deserve to be shut down. The gameplay is so much fun but everything around it is such a damn buggy mess. Normally I think it's hyperbolic when people said you paid to beta test a game, in this case it actually feels like a legitimate beta. It's the first time I've paid for a game on release and felt, without hyperbole, I was being a beta tester.
Because I wouldn’t be surprised if Anthem has gone they multiple resets in development. Similar to what happened with destiny
I dont understand, I've got the Legion of Dawn armor and gun with the preorder standard edition...
Yeah... I feel like the 4-tomb-wall was supposed to be much more than it turned out to be. Like, each tomb was supposed to be some unique dungeon/gameplay experience but they had to cut all that for time and instead made those achievement-type requirements to take up the missing time.
Thanks. Maybe I missed that exact quote, but yeah, acting like cosmetics for a preorder=an incredibly generous act...bullshit.
I don't disagree, just noting that it does seem to be selling fairly well, despite its issues.
Yup! I used to do QA for my previous company on our product and these issues are so overt there is no way they didn't know. They literally shipped this not giving a damn and thinking they could patch it up. Just think about all of the lies they told about the Day One patch when they started getting that bad feedback from the demo and "Early Access". They keep kicking the can hoping that people will stay around long enough for them to fix it.