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OP 11/22/12 11:22:17 AM#1
So, I am on the fence about this game...so many people saying this and that with valid points on both sides, so this thread is not a continuation of those arguments...
The game is on sale for 15 bucks for the Black Friday masses and I decided to spork over the dough...
Because I like to hedge my bet....
For 15 dollas, I am taking a chance that this game will fix itself, and if not I am only out 15 bucks....
I can say that I have lost more on other games that I thought would be better...Ie...SWTOR and DCU online which I bought both right at start...I also own a copy of City of Heroes that isn't worth the paper its packaged in....
I paid more for Arma 2 to play DayZ, which is still a buggy, hacker filled mess...
I paid about the same for Minecraft back in beta and that was a well spent investment...
Also, I have thrown about the same amount of money on a couple of Kickstarter projects..
So, what I am saying, is that 15 bucks is about my threshold these days for throwing money at a game in hopes it gets better...
While War Z is not on sold ground right now, I feel safe with the money invested in fledgling game and c'mon, complainers, I know some of you paid more and got burned a lot more by other games like...
Oh, and who has two thumbs and paid full price for Final Fantasy XIV, this guy!
"In the wheel of chance and fate, spinning as we watch and wait"
11/27/12 12:09:58 AM#2
I am really tempted to buy this game. Fairly cheap which is nice. Ofc it is still in alpha I think but that is ok aslong as you can take a good objective look at it.
I like the concept so would basically be banking on them to have a solid release and then update with more and more content and fixes throughout its life.
Not sure what the main differences are between this and the upcoming standalone dayz.
11/28/12 4:53:16 PM#3
*cough, cough emulator, cough*
Try it out, see what it is. If you like it, great, buy the real deal. If you think it's an awful, blatant cash grab, you're not out anything.