I was so hyped for cyber punk 2077 when I saw the trailer back in 2016 and it flopped so hard that I didn't even buy it. Developers will keep releasing half finished games until gamers unite and stop paying for shīt that isn't finished
@Cool Crocodile, Same for me with Anthem
@Cool Crocodile, well, it's definitely worth the £20 price brand new or £10 used.
It's a lot of (not perfect) game and should be experienced eventually.
It ran fine on my PS5 since the beginning, with only about 5 crashes a day, and two unfinishable side quests.
Ok, so I admit it was a mess. But since they took out almost all pedestrians and cars, it's still a bit crap. Lol
@BecauseShutUp, when that went down to about £10 from £50 in a few weeks after release, we all knew it was dead.
I was on the beta, and I don't think it ever got any better
@Cool Crocodile, that’s what you get for pushing the developers to release the game early
@Cool Crocodile, it's not their fault. The fans kept pushing to get it even though they knew it was unfinished and they just said "fine. Here it is."
@18bluecat, I know which is sad, if people had a little more patience then we could get some really solid games
@Cool Crocodile, agree, love the game and the thing that makes me sad is Cyberpunk didn’t have released systems like trains and police chase bc they planned to release it later, we didn’t get them bc it wasn’t finished and devs weren’t given enough time.
@Cool Crocodile, they tried the same with god of war. That got pushed back multiple times and fans got up in arms about it but the studio did right and waited and released a masterpiece
My buddies and I recently decided to replay darksouls 3 and we got talking about this. The series was one of our favorites because it never did this. It did have dlc, but it was it's own thing and not just some part of the main game they cut out. Same with Monster Hunter World. Anyone else have anything they liked that's the same way?
@Lazy Wolf, mass effect 2 and 3
@Lazy Wolf, doom eternal, quake, disco elysium, diabo 3, starcraft 2, halo mcc,
@Lazy Wolf, Celeste, Furi, Breath of the Wild, Persona 5, just in recent memory.
DLCs don't matter if you pirate the Complete Platinum Premium Mega edition
Sims players have a lot of grievance. Literally watched it go from just expansion packs to no having:
Expansion packs $40
Game packs $20
Stuff Packs $10
For Sims 4 you're now paying a good $700+ for one game.
It honestly wouldn't be so bad to pay this for a game that came out in 2014... if half the ideas behind the packs weren't absolute shìt. The two packs I hate the most are Eco Living, where you recycle and farm bugs to make a "sustainable meat" and Journey to Batuu, which is literally just you visiting the Disneyland Star Wars area.
I fvcking hate microtransactions.
Its not the game developers that make these decisions