I torrented the game because I thought I'd buy the game after testing it.
I was wrong.
The game is an utter piece of shit. I set all of the graphic settings to an absolute minimum, and I still got 45 constant 1080p FPS on a system that is slightly above the "average requirements"
On top of that, the game at max settings, doesn't even look good at all. It's bland, the FOV doesn't work, I stutter non fucking stop.
Also, there may be almost an infinite # of planets/galaxies, but there are truly only like 20-30 unique planets. Every other planet is a slight variant of the 20-30.
This game is not even close to AAA quality, nor is it even on par with $15 indie games.
Im running it on Ultra on 1440p with the FPS set at 60. It looks utter shit! The Ultra graphics is a joke! The gameplay is completely repetitive, there's no challenges, there's no progression. Definitely not worth the $60 price tag... Good thing I torrented it as well....
I was kind of excited about it; I am disappointed with how it turned out but not surprised.
I knew it wouldn't turn out how I (and most others) hoped it would, the company trying to do something as huge as this wasn't well known before announcing this game, their team is quite small and obviously because the game they are trying to make is so new and hasn't really been done to this scale before.
Realy wanted to buy it, even searched for b4y help. I'm happy that I didn't manage to find someone to do it... next day after release I downloaded it from our torrent site...It was shit even when I didnt give money for it :X .
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