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Tides of Numenera has incomming Beta


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    Do you remember when "spoilers" were a thing?
    When those people who bought brand new software on the day of release managed to offset their frustrations at the bugs, the crashes and generally unfinished nature of the game by ruining the various twists and turns of the story for those who show more common sense and wait for the game not only to be finished, but cheaper too?
    Well now you get to do this BEFORE THE GAME IS RELEASED!
    Thats right, you (yes YOU) can pay InXile for the privilege of playtesting their next (undoubtedly) cult classic in the making "Torment : Tides of Numebera when it comes to Steam Greenlight on 26th January.
    Some especially lucky/gullible (delete as applicable) gamers will get access on the week of January 17th.
    Either way, it means its time to start avoiding Tides of Numeneria threads on various gaming sites who would rather not have the completed title ruined for them.
    (On the plus side, this does indicate that a proper release date should be fast approaching so its not all bad news!)

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    • Burglar
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      Can't understand wanting to play an unfinished version of such a story intensive (and long) game.

    • Belimawr
      Belimawr commented
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      Burglar because some people want it as soon as possible, generally the same people who complain developers don't release games fast enough then bitch and moan that developers release games with bugs.

      these beta/early access bollocks need to just sod off as all people do is get them then complain about how buggy and unfinished the game is with no clue that is what the game is meant to be at that point.

    • JackRabbit
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      Have to admit, it's not something I am in favour of (though you could never tell in my completely objective and impartial reporting of the "news&quot and whilst I have no problem if someone else wants to ruin the game for themselves, that type of cunt nugget always seems hell bent on ruining any twists and turns for everyone else.
      That said, we seem to be a fairly good bunch of people who don't go out of our way to ruin things, hell even when Dayve was warning us not to watch "Terminator Genysis" because it (and I'm paraphrasing) "sucks donkey balls", he still didn't give any spoilers!
      Reminds me a bit of when I was in my local comic shop discussing with the manager about how "The Force Awakens" was disappointing, and every time anyone walked into the shop, we stopped our conversation to ask them if they had seen the film yet, so we didn't ruin it for them!
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