Zeig, The Paladin Sep 30, 2012 @ 2:29pm
Reasons to stop being idiot haters:
1)the game is in 1.0, which has NEVER meant teh game was completely finished with ANYTHING before.
2)If you think it sucks because of the graphics, think about this: When the nintendo 64 came out, some people bought other systems instead because they had better graphics. If you have any clue what it means to be a true gamer, you will now ahve realized these people missed out on some of the most epic gameplay most peopel have ever seen.\
3)you think it doesnt have enough weapons, dropships, etc. YOU CAN MOD IT
4)For those of you who want to try it before buying it, there are free old versions online. go look them up


These are a few things of many i have to say on the subject
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SPAZZx7 Sep 30, 2012 @ 2:39pm 
I dont have many problems with the game itself, exept the fact they think the game is complete, many unfinished features not incorperated into the game that was stated that it would have, factions for one. The game isnt finished, i dont care who says it is. I love mods and i use them, but mods are suppose to make a finished game better ,not make an unfinished game acceptable.

p.s. I love the game, ever since 0.7. But this game is not worthy of a 1.0 title.
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Zeig, The Paladin Sep 30, 2012 @ 2:57pm 
ok rikkada, please think of it this way: since when has a 1.0 game actually been COMPLETE and not been updated after that? every game i've ever know that had capability to be updated was like that.
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[2s]mvburk1 Sep 30, 2012 @ 3:00pm 
Love the concept, but the physics are annoying. They are realistc, but its annoying when all 4 of your soldiers are torn apart when they are shot with a pistol. I can deal with that, however, what really makes me rip my hair out is when a) the brain kills itself mining (i never had that problem before it was on steam) and b) when you cant climb over a 6 inch rock, and subsequently die.
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Rhywden Sep 30, 2012 @ 3:07pm 
I remember several games which were completely playable, feature complete and without _major_ glitches.
Starcraft 1&2, Age of Wonders, Alice Madness Returns, Beyond Good and Evil, Bioshock 1&2, Bulletstorm, SPAZ, Plants vs. Zombies, any adventures from Lucasarts, Overlord, Resident Evil 5 and the list goes on.

Those were games that were actually complete (as you put it) at 1.0

There are probably a lot of other games out there. So, maybe you should rethink that argument of yours.

And, please, don't try to move the goal post in retrosight, yes? By that I mean: Don't try to make your argument into "when has a game ever been free of bugs" or some stuff like that.
Soondead Oct 1, 2012 @ 7:52am 
Doc: Software publishers have gone mad with the idea of shipping and charging for unfinished products and then releasing patches until the customers' attention shifts to the next version, be it games, operating systems, phones or whatever. If you go out and buy a hamburger you want to be able to effin EAT IT, you don't expect the cook to come out and hand you some minced meat and frozen buns in a bag, along with a promise that the burger will be AWESOME if you just finish it yourself and perhaps mod it with some lettuce, onions and perhaps a sauce.
SoulofLemon Oct 1, 2012 @ 8:25am 
Originally posted by Rhywden:
I remember several games which were completely playable, feature complete and without _major_ glitches.
Starcraft 1&2, Age of Wonders, Alice Madness Returns, Beyond Good and Evil, Bioshock 1&2, Bulletstorm, SPAZ, Plants vs. Zombies, any adventures from Lucasarts, Overlord, Resident Evil 5 and the list goes on.

Those were games that were actually complete (as you put it) at 1.0

There are probably a lot of other games out there. So, maybe you should rethink that argument of yours.

And, please, don't try to move the goal post in retrosight, yes? By that I mean: Don't try to make your argument into "when has a game ever been free of bugs" or some stuff like that.

well... starcraft 2 actually has 1 major bug and it is called "battle.net 2.0"
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Tleno Oct 1, 2012 @ 9:08am 
Originally posted by SoulofLemon:
Originally posted by Rhywden:
I remember several games which were completely playable, feature complete and without _major_ glitches.
Starcraft 1&2, Age of Wonders, Alice Madness Returns, Beyond Good and Evil, Bioshock 1&2, Bulletstorm, SPAZ, Plants vs. Zombies, any adventures from Lucasarts, Overlord, Resident Evil 5 and the list goes on.

Those were games that were actually complete (as you put it) at 1.0

There are probably a lot of other games out there. So, maybe you should rethink that argument of yours.

And, please, don't try to move the goal post in retrosight, yes? By that I mean: Don't try to make your argument into "when has a game ever been free of bugs" or some stuff like that.

well... starcraft 2 actually has 1 major bug and it is called "battle.net 2.0"
You forgot to mention that the whole SC2 story is appearently bugged too.
Zeig, The Paladin Oct 1, 2012 @ 9:16am 
Originally posted by Soondead:
Doc: Software publishers have gone mad with the idea of shipping and charging for unfinished products and then releasing patches until the customers' attention shifts to the next version, be it games, operating systems, phones or whatever. If you go out and buy a hamburger you want to be able to effin EAT IT, you don't expect the cook to come out and hand you some minced meat and frozen buns in a bag, along with a promise that the burger will be AWESOME if you just finish it yourself and perhaps mod it with some lettuce, onions and perhaps a sauce.
I am talking about games here. please stay on subject and when you bought the unfinished game, there was a "promise" made that you would get all updates free after your initial purchase.
oscarthewilde Oct 1, 2012 @ 9:50am 
Originally posted by Dr.Bright:
I am talking about games here. please stay on subject and when you bought the unfinished game, there was a "promise" made that you would get all updates free after your initial purchase.

Question: do you even know what an analogy is? Because if you don't you should probably seek help. In any case, his analogy was clear and concise and I really don't see how you could just ignore it, the game's broken and clearly not worth the 20 bucks. And 1.0 generally means that every feature is playable and mostly bug free. I wouldn't call a game finished when a major game mode starts with the message that it's still in development and very unstable.
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Zeig, The Paladin Oct 1, 2012 @ 10:18am 
Originally posted by timmyvos:
Originally posted by Dr.Bright:
I am talking about games here. please stay on subject and when you bought the unfinished game, there was a "promise" made that you would get all updates free after your initial purchase.

Question: do you even know what an analogy is? Because if you don't you should probably seek help. In any case, his analogy was clear and concise and I really don't see how you could just ignore it, the game's broken and clearly not worth the 20 bucks. And 1.0 generally means that every feature is playable and mostly bug free. I wouldn't call a game finished when a major game mode starts with the message that it's still in development and very unstable.
no, it doesnt mean the game is supposed to be mostly bug free. it's just a version number showing how many times its been updated.
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HighKillerDK Oct 1, 2012 @ 10:21am 
Originally posted by Dr.Bright:
Originally posted by timmyvos:
Originally posted by Dr.Bright:
I am talking about games here. please stay on subject and when you bought the unfinished game, there was a "promise" made that you would get all updates free after your initial purchase.

Question: do you even know what an analogy is? Because if you don't you should probably seek help. In any case, his analogy was clear and concise and I really don't see how you could just ignore it, the game's broken and clearly not worth the 20 bucks. And 1.0 generally means that every feature is playable and mostly bug free. I wouldn't call a game finished when a major game mode starts with the message that it's still in development and very unstable.
no, it doesnt mean the game is supposed to be mostly bug free. it's just a version number showing how many times its been updated.

indeed, version 1.0 has never been stated as a totally functional game
it's just a number but yes mostly when something hit 1.0 then it's a big step though completion.
the game could have used r1,2,3,4..... etc. but it's quite normally to use 0.x to 1
Eldoon's Noodles Oct 1, 2012 @ 5:29pm 
Originally posted by timmyvos:
Originally posted by Dr.Bright:
I am talking about games here. please stay on subject and when you bought the unfinished game, there was a "promise" made that you would get all updates free after your initial purchase.

Question: do you even know what an analogy is? Because if you don't you should probably seek help. In any case, his analogy was clear and concise and I really don't see how you could just ignore it, the game's broken and clearly not worth the 20 bucks. And 1.0 generally means that every feature is playable and mostly bug free. I wouldn't call a game finished when a major game mode starts with the message that it's still in development and very unstable.

This deserves a +1. Both you and "Soondead". Logic completely evades these folks.
Tleno Oct 2, 2012 @ 4:56am 
Originally posted by timmyvos:
Originally posted by Dr.Bright:
I am talking about games here. please stay on subject and when you bought the unfinished game, there was a "promise" made that you would get all updates free after your initial purchase.

Question: do you even know what an analogy is? Because if you don't you should probably seek help. In any case, his analogy was clear and concise and I really don't see how you could just ignore it, the game's broken and clearly not worth the 20 bucks. And 1.0 generally means that every feature is playable and mostly bug free. I wouldn't call a game finished when a major game mode starts with the message that it's still in development and very unstable.

So, acording to you, Diablo 3 is a totally unfinished product because it has no multiplayer they've planned but decided to add in a later update?

Yea, that's a lot of logic here...
Solo Solitaire (Banned) Oct 2, 2012 @ 4:59am 
Um, for the record, Diablo 3 has had multiplayer from the start. You probably meant to say PvP.
Tleno Oct 2, 2012 @ 4:59am 
Yes, sorry, I meant to say PvP. The co-op is implemented and seems to function properly.
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