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January 30th, 2014, 17:45
Eurogamer reviews the Alpha version of 7 Days to Die.

There's a line between indie and amateur, and on current evidence 7 Days to Die lands on the wrong side of it. More worrying, the loading screen boasts that future updates will bring new biomes, more locations, larger maps, forging, stealth abilities and more multiplayer modes. It would be more reassuring to hear that the developer is focusing on tidying up what's already in place rather than simply piling more stuff on top of it. It feels reckless rather than ambitious.
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January 30th, 2014, 17:45
Yeah, reviewing game that's in alpha is pretty much amateur.

I would agree that their current build (the one that's flagged as a beta on top of an alpha since that's how it works in steam - an optional build beyond their recent stable build) is buggy as hell but…

…reviewing and going off on an optional build for something that's clearly in alpha/early access is pretty much idiotic.
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