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I'm proud that I never swallowed the hype to any degree. It didn't promise anything like real ecosystems, as Spore did in 2005, and let's not even mention that Spore's creatures weren't pre-generated but actually designed by the community. Why on Earth would you play a game about discovering some algorithm's species over a game that lets you play as your own species, and interact with those of others? I'm going to assume that most people reading this have played Spore before, so let me pose this question: was naming your creature/vehicle/building ever the part you most looked forward to in the editor?
It's harsh to say, but the people who bought this game deserved what they got.
Post by TheGraveKnight on Sept 18, 2016 8:09:32 GMT
So I`m going to assume I shouldn`t buy this...right?
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