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March 5th, 2013, 19:09
I'll agree that they could communicate better, but I think that's quite a bit different than conning people out of their money with false promises. In fact, I don't think those two problems are on the same moral terrain at all.

In any case, the Kickstarter pitch video directly stated that there would be a separate multiplayer component and that it would hit before the single-player game. They could've done a better job making that more clear elsewhere, but this wasn't exactly hidden in the fine print.

The real test for Stoic will be the final SP experience. If it sucks, they will have earned much ire. If it's great, I think the criticisms will largely fade. In between.. well.. obviously, that's more complicated.
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