Glad I'm not a game dev, gamers are one of the meanest, pettiest and cheapest bunch of fans something can have.
I agree. I see pros and cons, but honestly, after you've done it 1000 times, who cares? In fact, if we had this level of technology, I suspect we would just pick out coordinates and auto-pilot to the landing spot anyway.On one hand, it would be cool to fly down to the surface manually... but on the other, I personally wouldn't miss it (since there would be nothing special about it). And as a dev, I do know that is a loooot of extra work (performance when going from space to planet, streaming of detail, physics, etc) for something that probably can be skipped after the first several times.
And it's not like it's a standard feature one would expect in a space game. I'm not seeing how this is a big deal...
Yeah, it's like with Blizzard fans who trash the company all the time but still give all their available money for them whenever they release something new (and overpriced). I have nothing against Blizzard, in fact, I admire the quality of their games in general, but Bethesda is the total opposite tech wise, so if I will ever buy Starfield, it is not going to be on the launch date and most likely not sooner than three months after that, but we know that many people cannot resist even if they know the absolute fact that this game is going to be a glitchy bad performing mess.I have very little interest in this game but I am sure anyone complaining and also had interest in the game is still going to buy the game and enjoy the heck out of it. No matter how much you complain about feature or lack of features in the game. As long as the game play itself is good and the story is good those that buy it will probably enjoy the game even though before buying we all will hear oh that sucks I'm so mad I'm not buying it blah blah blah then on launch day and if smart wait for the reviews and if good will still go out and buy it and play it to the end and never even miss no in flight landing. It's just how things work in the world and this won't be any different but being a Bethesda Title I would be more worried about game breaking bugs more than anything else.