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  • Richard

    I have this game and i think a lot of the early negative press was to do with the fact people seemed to stupid to realise it was an alpha at the time!
    It has also suffered a number of public blows that would bring most companies to there knees, However i think it is a testament to the staff that they have managed to come back from each incident and recover well.

    The game itself is good although still very buggy but each time i logon i seem to see a new issue fixed.

    I think if people stopped dwelling on the past and the mistakes that were made and supported them then we could end up with an extremely good game.

  • Itsyuka

    My friend has a copy of the game and said it isn’t that bad but there is quite a bit of bugs, but besides the bugs it is beautiful and “might” mean there will be competition for DayZ and what it has to get up and beyond to.

  • Jack

    The game was fun when it came out, especially if you were playing with friends in teams killing people and getting heavily geared. But the game when downhill when the hacks were developed and Sergey brushed them aside not doing anything to keep them under control. Soon the game was over run with ‘Kiddy hackers running through walls and other ridiculous antics. To this day he has come out with his apology, but still not done a percentage of what he needs to do with the game. To be honest the game is still in beta in my eyes. There isn’t enough items, weapons even vehicles maybe, just a bombardment of hats. They have said they are going to introduce these features but the game has been out 3/4 months, and we have not seen a monumental amount of progress.
    But oh well, we’ll see in 6 months time when they actually get their fingers out their asses. 🙂