30 days 19 hours
Star Trek Online
8 days 23 hours
No Man's Sky
7 days 11 hours
Tree of Savior (English Ver.)
Here here. Make the game fun enough, and your fans will fix it for you.
Your personal taste in entertainment shouldn't dictate what products do or don't get created. There's a lot more artistic work and value in something like Dear Esther than there is in the next iteration of Call of Battlefield. And while I absolutely love The Witcher 3, it would be silly if *all* games became vast, sprawling titles where 2 hours is a drop in the bucket and a reasonable refund window.
While I don't have a good cure-all solution, I do think the implementation used in Blizzard games (and others) works well. The game is essentially free to a point (player level limit, story progress limit, etc.), and consumers can choose to pay to purchase the full game. For something like Dear Esther, I imagine, you could maybe have a walled-off early section of island to explore? Again, no silver bullets, unfortunately.
Just stick to more simple uses for VR like making older games as well as new big games just support the basic VR headtracking. It's not much extra work for devs and they still focus on the core gaming consumer to by their products in mass. I don't need full motion tracking and all the extra crap. I just want to play my normal games with the VR tracking my head. I can still use my Keyboard and Mouse just the same, or a controller.
Yep, especially with peer to peer and not dedicated servers
Seriously? It's a sub Reddit, who gives a crap. Make your own Reddit sub if you want one. He doesn't owe anybody anyone, it's not a real job. Reddit is just a forum, since when did people get this serious about it? It's nobody's job to run subs. For the people who complain, get your head out of your ass and get a life. Reddit isn't real.