I mean you are not trying to actually PROVE the point....
smh, you've spent more time saying this, then actually proving anything....you are just saying "untrue" yet not really proving anything with actual facts, logic, evidence etc.
Sooooo yea, I want you to read very carefully what you just said....none of that shit has anything to do with "space" that has more to do with the fucking planet, then it does anything about space
Sir...you can do a lot of what you just stated in Metroid Prime, a game where clearly its not about you flying to different planets, merely being on a planet after a cut scene of a ship crashing, what you are talking about is exploring THE PLANET.
So this means the point stands. Space Exploration as far as I can see, is limited to raiding a ship you just disabled and its sounding like that pretty much is it.... if there is anything more that can be done in space to support "SPACE exploration" , you are not doing a great job at actually proving it
Nah, you keep resulting to making this a personal thing anytime someone makes a valid point about this fucking game.
I'm telling you this and I own the fucking game sir...
What upsets me is not the finished game itself, it seems good, but the partisan nature of the mob that wrecked NMS at launch (until the Next expansion and then started to get quiet) because the planet were not actually physically rotating on their axis realistically and revolving around the star in the system and because full scale multiplayer was not there and it feels like the same people are giving these kind of statements a pass.
Similar gripe I have with DF’s tech review… when do games get judged against the potential of the platform they run in and their peers and when do they only get judged against games built for two generations of HW ago (Skyrim is an Xbox 360 / PS3 game)?