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Post edited November 25, 2018 by Fairfox
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Fairfox: still not redeemed my gift copy
pa bought me it an' ageeee ago
aka i bought it (as in he bought it)

dont kno why i havent redeemed
s'not liek after 30 days its worth teh dang paper its written on

an' its not hang-ups on initial clustertruck launch neither
aka it looks gud nao
solid. liek teh chunkiest freakin' choc bar i evah did have
an' nobody i kno gives a sheep 'boot gamin' general lee, so multiplayer can go spin sum skin

i think its 'coz i dont kno, ultimate lee, if i want to be a pew-pew space-plane pushin' thru anti-matter purple haze floatin' as an atom discovering herpy-derpy alien animal lyfe

still.
i <3 teh visual style
<3 teh soundtrack (aka i bought teh ost (i bought teh ost))

wut a dilemma
Man, I need to visit some knowledge stones before I can decipher that... :P

Post edited November 25, 2018 by Fairfox
LOL ... After the hyped up game released minus what was it... 90 promised features that weren't there... people are still buying it nowadays and being disappointed? That's hilarious.

I mean, what does it actually take for a game company to do to get people to universally not buy their games? :)

I bet a game company could sell people an empty box with rocks in it, people would review it and divulge that fact and others would step up to defend the company's position, while people would see this all playing out online and go ahead and buy it anyway.

LOL ... just LOL
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Fairfox: still not redeemed my gift copy
pa bought me it an' ageeee ago
aka i bought it (as in he bought it)

dont kno why i havent redeemed
s'not liek after 30 days its worth teh dang paper its written on

an' its not hang-ups on initial clustertruck launch neither
aka it looks gud nao
solid. liek teh chunkiest freakin' choc bar i evah did have
an' nobody i kno gives a sheep 'boot gamin' general lee, so multiplayer can go spin sum skin

i think its 'coz i dont kno, ultimate lee, if i want to be a pew-pew space-plane pushin' thru anti-matter purple haze floatin' as an atom discovering herpy-derpy alien animal lyfe

still.
i <3 teh visual style
<3 teh soundtrack (aka i bought teh ost (i bought teh ost))

wut a dilemma
I also have the soundtrack on actual physical CD... although it's not really the soundtrack, sadly - an NMS procedual music player would be a thing I could spend many hours with...

As to play it or not: Be prepared to spend 200+ hours in slow aesthetic meditation interrupted by a few frantic dogfights... I love it, the rest is up to you...

EXCEPT: you start survival mode - then it's the beautiful cousin of Don't Starve in a way. And can be a pretty stressful experience.

To cut to the chase, IMO it's a great game, but you really have to invest a lot of time into and endure some repetition (mine resources etc.) it to cherish it. That means 200+ hours. So if you're not that patient, it's probably not for you.
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skeletonbow: I bet a game company could sell people an empty box with rocks in it, people would review it and divulge that fact and others would step up to defend the company's position, while people would see this all playing out online and go ahead and buy it anyway.
Been there, done that, ever since HL2...
Post edited November 10, 2018 by toxicTom
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Lone_Scout: Man, I need to visit some knowledge stones before I can decipher that... :P
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Fairfox: i have a gift copy but dont know if i want to actual lee, liek, play it :)
all signs point to 'yes'
It was a NMS joke. Knowledge stones make you learn new words in alien languages ;)

It's a nice game, specially after the last updates. Combat seems a bit dull for me, but pretty impressive in any other aspects. If you like exploration, collecting resources and free roaming, it's your kind of game.

Post edited November 25, 2018 by Fairfox