The Stream Team: Happy launch day Wild Terra!

    
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It’s a great day when a game launches! And today’s that day for Wild Terra. That means Massively OP’s MJ gets to go in and check out the new servers and start a new life in this indie sandbox. Will it be smooth sailing, or will she struggle against the forces of nature to eke out her living? Will she even live? Tune in live at 8:00 p.m. as OPTV‘s infamous Stream Team brings you a launch-day look at…

What: Wild Terra
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 8:00 p.m. EST on Monday, December 18th, 2017

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sirsam

I bought and refunded this within 33 minutes.

It was excruciating. The BGM was some of the worst I’ve ever heard.

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yoh_sl

Gods this game looks like ass.
Not that I have much against indy or sandbox games, hell I played the shit out of Terraria, but at least it’s charming and doesn’t seem to waste your time.
So I don’t get games like this that just seem waste your time doing pointless shit and play like garbage for however many hours until you can finally get to the fun stuff.

Or you could actually be good.

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Armsbend

Being a Russian game – I felt like the game was a data collector for NA/EU. Otherwise there was no point. Not sure why this pos is covered ever.

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Raimo Kangasniemi

It’s an RPG ‘hardcore life simulator’ in MMO shape. Some like them, some don’t. But clearly there is a market for them.

Which gets us to this:

Life is Feudal is also a Russian game. And an RPG ‘hardcore life simulator’ in MMO form.

Very different graphically, but instead of the ‘pos’ stuff we might ask why are this kind of games made at Russia at just this point and why are they gaining at least a niche audience in EU/NA?

And I don’t mean ‘data collecting’.