Cyberpunk Grave Digger
no. you missed the point. the reason people pretended to like this game was to placate its hunger for expansion. although rmn did not want to go to war at the time, it was perhaps the wrong decision in retrospect. but who can say you or I would not have made the same choice. what matters is now. launch the tomahawks.
solitayre is literally neville chamberlain
yeah so many people enjoyed it that's why there is an overwhelmingly negative response and dozens of topic pages across the forum discussing how poor a decision it was to feature it
that didn't happen.
but this is besides the point. what if goku piloted....a mech
of all the images to pull you didn't choose this one
everybody shut the fuck up i just got an idea for a sickass anime
yes yes yes. 99% of the traffic, from what I hear, comes through the site and never touches the forums. that means there is an immense number of people for whom the featured game is the one and only impression of the site they ever get. that big screenshot and synopsis front and center on the main page should be of vital importance to the site's health. the game up there needs to be a representation of the finest quality rmn is capable of. (ended sentence with preposition!) it should not be changed lightly i m o.
I don't think only looking at the featured game follows from not looking at the forums.
While I think this is a good idea (having the best recent/retro enough game on the front page) I can tell you from my experience (a guy who looked at this site for three years without glancing at the forums) that the featured game being disappointing is not really a *new* thing to me. Around a third of them were awful, but I still kept coming to the site. I'm not claiming that this is the view of most visitors, but it was definitely mine.
That said, I don't think it's fair to whoever chooses the featured game to imply that they put little thought into this decision.
Okay, now explain why you went with the amateur hour standup routine format.
CUT MY LIFE INTO PIECES
I think it's pretty obvious from my AAG review that I found the battles fun...
Ahem, as I was saying.
I, for one, found the battles in that game intolerable and the gameplay much more "slow and boring" than this. Given how gameplay is clearly a somewhat subjective experience, perhaps the importance of quality writing is more significant than you think.