Ten years ago, if someone were to tell me I could buy an incomplete game and continually get updates for it I’d call them crazy. Now, for better or worse, it’s the norm.
I recently played Dinocide, a dinosaur-themed NES inspired platformer on Steam that’s still in beta and it really got me thinking; is it really acceptable to charge somebody for an incomplete game even if they know it? I knew going into it that the game wasn’t done, but it must have been close, right? Why else would a developer put their game up on Steam
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