I've seen this trend between games in "Early Access" and games calling themselves "Not Final" is a way to make money on games before any reviews can be done. Pre Order was sort of like this but no money made it back to developers (just retailer.) I'm worried that as long as they never call themselves final they can never be hurt by a review.
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I understand the issue but I just find it hypicritical to attack the ad block if you have ever hit the tivo button forward or any other type of ad ignore abilities in other aspects of life. I understand those other areas have already gotten money from the advertising but that is just justifing the action for ones that don't affect you or those you are trying to support vs those that do.
I'd rather it be the Native American Assassin against the Colonist (not against the British.) Let the Mason's be the modern Templars and go after those that took the land from the Native Americans.
Any Chance the team could do a Quick Look for Sequence (on Steam.) This is the game that Patrick did a story on early in the Kickstarter days. Now with Double Fine using the same process to get their game going it would be a nice follow up. Also it's a nice blend of Genres.
Note: If you look closely in the Steam trailer you will see a Jeff cameo.