The concept art for the game is pretty cool, too.
>Unique posters not increasing
Hugh this is getting embarrassing. You're not going to fool anyone after what you did. Your entire studio is full of liars and frauds like you.
>hanging around the thread and crying about the same thing in multiple posts
>"why arent there more unique posters"
Got one for ya right here, faggot.
I bought it a few days ago, played for 2 hours, and refunded. It's really cool but needs a lot more content and multiplayer. If it gets those things for the full release, then I'll buy it again because I love the look of it and the premise. Right now though, if just felt kind of boring and pointless.
It's got the look and it's a good concept.
It'll never have enough in it, though. Survival games w/ crafting just don't have staying power. Once you've seen all there is to build, that's it. Game over. No reason to carry on.
Unless you intend to cover the entire world in constructs.
its beta. for now its fun... for 20 minuts.... but the game have potential.
Subnautica needs more to actually do beyond just crafting shit and looking at the cool environment and creatures. The only real survival you need to do is gather up enough fish to eat, which you'll need to do constantly because hunger and thirst go down too quickly. Building the underwater base is pointless, you can't put anything in it so it's just to look at. Needs a purpose, exploring is fun but can't carry the whole game for longer than an hour or two.
I swore off these early access survival games ever since the earliest days of Rust, but finally broke my rule for this one.
Gameplay wise, there's nothing terribly unique about this game, and I feel that the actual survival is a bit on the easy side which leads players to the 'fuck off and try to build something lolepick' side of things.
But overall, I really enjoy it, largely because of the atmosphere. The game is absolutely beautiful and I just really love scuba diving and ocean exploration so it's a good game for me. If you're not into the whole underwater appeal, there's probably not much to distinguish this between all the other countless survival games, however. Still, it would be an amazing game to play VR, I think.