Spent three hours planning,
Had my first set of prisoners,
Forget to enclose prison,
After yard time they all just walked off to freedom.
After many let downs with other Early Access games this one gives me hope. Constant updates and enough of a full game to feel complete make this worth of a purchase.
With over $13,000,000 these two "developers" made off this game so far --- and note, Heavy Rain's budget was $25,000,000 --- I'm pretty sure they're directing your money right in their pockets.
-And you're mad they are keeping the money you paid them when they have been up front about their plans? I mean, if I was selling burgers for 3 bucks and people kept paying me for them I would pocket the money too.
And the apologists who think devs these days have good intentions, are on a completely different planet. Instead of getting a dev team and a tester team up and ready to push this game on the shelves
-Its their product and sadly they can do what they want with it. We paid to play an unfinsihed product and be the testers. EA is not so we can get our greedy hands on games before they are ready, its so we can be involved in the creation. These devs have actually listened to their players since day one.
they're shoving that money right up their noses.
-Thats just mean.
This could have been a complete, possibly addictive and fully polished game by the end of 2014
-Not with the way the people who made the game were going with it.
We're talking about sprites for god sakes.
-Earthbound, ChronoTrigger, Secret Of Mana, FF<6......This game has added so much on the macro and micro level that if all you see are sprites you need to go back to COD.