Colonial marines could have been good if Gearbox didn't shove it off to another dev and took money from the project. Watch_dogs also had potential and going from this story (That may be true to or may not be. The image goes with what he says though) they had issues on a management level. Prey was delayed a lot and ended up really good I thought.A delayed game isn't always good though. I hate that quote. Look at Watch Dogs, Colonial Marines, etc.
Pretty much this. Take your time CDPR.No need for apologies. I can wait a few months to get the most polished experience as possible. It's no biggie. Take your time and release the game only when it's in the condition that you guys want it to be.
To be honest, I'm actually a bit glad the release date got pushed forward. Now it's closer to my summer vacation and I have plenty of time to replay TW1 & TW2!
They were the good guys in the old days of console shenanigans of big publishers. But they overslept the whole open development stuff and gamer-integration focus that came up with crowdfunding in the past view years and month. Their behaviour and policy is still rooted in the locked down development processes of the past and yeah, that's pretty sad.All I and many others want is to find out why. CDPR are known to be consumer-friendly, so why can't they be honest with us? They can delay the game as much as they'd like and I would support them, but I am extremely hesitant to do so under current circumstances.
If there are serious issues inside of CDprojekt (which I doubt), they most likely would not be allowed to discuss them because it could affect the financials of their parent company. The only time you should actually be really concerned is if it shows up in the financial statements of a company. If it's being disclosed, its because there is an issue large enough to affect the companies revenue stream and/or affect business operations. Major issues are required to be disclosed because otherwise it opens them up to liability from their investors. Improper disclosure can also affect their capital raising, which I am sure they don't want.Perhaps they do, perhaps they don't...but recent months have not been too kind and it is extremely evident now that there is problems going on inside CDPR.
Don't you or anyone else dare try to deny it either. NeoGaf, these recent screenshots and trailers showing a worse-looking game, a delay soon after...it's obvious, and people are still in denial.
All I and many others want is to find out why. CDPR are known to be consumer-friendly, so why can't they be honest with us? They can delay the game as much as they'd like and I would support them, but I am extremely hesitant to do so under current circumstances.