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MTGamer
Look like they copied something from No Man Sky, but ugly version.
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Lord_Necula
ok boomer
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Marco Funke
Instead of copy/paste overused stuff you don't understand, just try to use your brain.
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John Doe
His what now ?
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John Doe
Makes no sense whatsoever. You must be using it wrong. Probably a millennial or something.
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Artyom Reaper
Hey! I'm a Millennial. Don't compare that jackarse to us. Not all of us are that stupid.
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Kontraband
Empyrion is way better than NMS. But 7 days to die is still the best building survival game, because the enemies actually attack at times and it gives you a reason to play. Ya know, something to survive other than hunger/sickness/freezing. That other game that just popped up on IGG is cool in that regard too.. Gearstorm. But it's super unpolished... At least it has quests though.
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Marco Funke
Ah yeah... "7 Days to Die and 70 Years till the Game is Finished".
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☕️ Stephanie Bogard 🇮🇹
Yeah, many games like this take ages to be finished, like Project Zomboid... But they're still enjoyable. Last time I tried 7 Days to Die, even if you told me it was completed and wouldn't get any further updates, I would have been satisfied.
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John Doe
Project Z is probably one of the worst. 7 years after they're at build 0.48 or somesuch.
Dwarf Fortress all over again. Dedication takes time I guess.
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Marco Funke
My guess is that the number doesn't indicate how far a game is.
They just choose a low number and add to it with every update.
So I think, a jump from 0.60 to 1.00 is possible, but they may also fill every single number between it.
I mean, look at "Streets of Rogue", they also made it kinda clever.
They only have a version number, and since the game is outta the alpha phase, they simply don't add "alpha" to the number.
Yet, it's still "Version 88" (or so) and they avoided to have a 0.88, even if the game is finished and they still add stuff.
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☕️ Stephanie Bogard 🇮🇹
Which reminds me now of "Grimoire - Heralds of the Winged Exemplar". ha ha How many years it took again? I think it was around 20... 😄
But the result is not bad at all for turn-based RPG nostalgic fans like me, at least.
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John Doe
I heard the whole story when it came out not-so-long ago. Never had the guts to try it. It seems like an unwieldy and crazy deep game to say the least. Like riding a five legged stallion to the bottom of the grand canyon..
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Marco Funke
100% agree.
I mean, the whole development feels kinda aimless and it seems like, the devs have no clue how to finish the game while just changing/adding stuff.
But yet, the game is highly enjoayable.
Like Minecraft back in the day, before the Dragon.
You could sink hours into this game... you don't need a set goal, since you have your own goals.
In fact, I've never beaten the Dragon and have no desire to try it, since the whole rest of the game is far more enjoayable (to me).
So yeah, I'm happy to just mess around in 7DtD.
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☕️ Stephanie Bogard 🇮🇹
Ha ha same! I have never beaten the dragon! 😄
One of the few games which does get better in every new update is Streets of Rogue (one of my favorites, but 6 years in the development), but it was also already very enjoyable years ago. 😄
The developer said he's finally working on a sequel, though, so he understood that at this point, there's not much he can do to improve his game.
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Ryan Minnikin
try being part of the community waiting for Project Zomboid...
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Adorador de Oppais
I don't think it's fair to compare both games... NMS is about exploration, Empyrion is about building, you can argue that Empyrion also have exploration elements, but it's not the primary focus of the game, the same goes for NMS that also have base building elements...
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Fadaja
Empyrion is almost exactly one year older than No man sky :D
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☕️ Stephanie Bogard 🇮🇹
IKR! And in 1985, Super Mario Bros copied from Sonic, even if it came out in 1991.
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John Doe
Looks can be deceiving.
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Fadaja
i played this game years ago with 4gb ram now it wants 10? oooof
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Iale Idioma
they improved the game a lot, most of the specs are usually bumped up... havent played it in years either but i doubt it actually requires 10gb for minimum specs
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John Doe
Well it warns you if you have "only" 8GB RAM and honestly it's ressource intensive. You DO need a fairly decent CPU(4c 4t min), a "gamer" GPU (1050TI is fine on low res ... but barely) and lots of RAM - especially if you play for long sessions or multiplayer.
Think ARK with less intense GPU works but more CPU & RAM intensive.
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Gontrand68
Is it the latest version ?
Ty for this release :-)
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rinoandrey
i highly recommend these game! Warning you will not feel the time playing these game!
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Euin
Play or pass? Need opinions
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Adorador de Oppais
it's a great game if you like to build bases, ships and stuff like that, the game also have plenty other stuff to do, but it gets very complex very quickly, I would give it a shoot
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Euin
Dw, smart is my middle name
(Jk btw lol)
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John Doe
Very interesting, but time intensive and very grindy (materials to build and craft). Starts simple and easy, but becomes very complex pretty fast and needs frequent trips to the wiki to enjoy fully.
Clunky interface (not awfull but pretty unwieldy) and ressource intensive (need good GPU, CPU and RAM aplenty). Very interesting experience if you have the 10 or 20 hours to really start biting into it. Some players have played for more than 1000 hours total !
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Euin
Aw, don't have a good GPU, looks like i have to skip this one sadly (TT)
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