^ jussayin. with DNF we got a game that was vaporware for 12 years. then suddenly its all "oh hey were actually making it! comes out in may!" but now its like "yeah its actually coming out june sorry." the point is, anything is possible with a release date, and it would be foolish to expect any game nowadays to stick to a release date without being delayed a couple of times.
#12The_ShaderPosted 3/24/2011 9:25:21 PM
... its not impossible to have make a launch date, and actually sticking to it. --- Sparkster returns after 16 years in..... "Rocket Knight" My Alias for Wii Online = "Shader" Monster Hunter Tri = "Deimos"
#13stufa1978(Topic Creator)Posted 3/25/2011 4:36:22 AM
I've got all my 'look forward' time plan sorted.
Conduit 2 is the second of cool things to look forward to. I'm just used to getting things spoilt for me. --- Nintendo translates as Leave luck to Heaven.
#14Mac-LeoidPosted 3/25/2011 6:44:05 AM
Especially when its not a release timed to net christmas sales. Though hopefully that means if they discovered some dreadful glitch late on they would pull the release date to fix it rather than release a shoddy product and patch it afterwards... I just made myself decide to wait a week or two after launch to buy this game.