So a few points.
1) Are we really still doing cinematic only trailers for games?
2) Cinematic only trailers for Beyond Good and Evil 2 not going anywhere is becoming a tradition.
3) Who let Die Antwoord write for Beyond Good and Evil 2?
I don't buy it. Watching this video [http://au.ign.com/videos/2017/03/21/mass-effect-2007-vs-2017] there's just so many minor details in Andromeda that aren't in ME1. Admittedly that likely has more to do with technology than skill, but people aren't saying ME1 was better for it's time, but...
Not only that but hating on it became a meme in and of itself to the point where it often wasn't even about the games quality.
And to be fair a lot of the "criticisms" were exaggerated for comic effect. I mean the animations aren't great but if you tell me that they were worse than ME1 (as...
The problem I've found is that the vast majority of people don't truly understand the difference between objective and subjective arguments, or at the very least are not good adequately expressing the argument as such.
While certainly not bad by any stretch of the imagination I would personally hold off on "well" until it starts returning a significant profit. When it gets to 3.5 - 4.5 million I would say it's doing well.
According to this article [http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2014-01-17-tomb-raider-finally-achieved-profitability-by-the-end-of-last-year] The Tombraider reboot cost roughly $100 million USD and required 5-6 million sales just to break even.
According to this...
I'm going to mimic tippy2k2 for a bit in that I've never heard anyone say that directly, it's always been 2nd or 3rd hand quotes, usually from developers about publishers.
But for the sake of argument I'll assume that is what's said.
Then it all depends on how they/we define "well". Sales...
I thought you said that when women were put into games, or have their appearance altered, in response to outrage?
Regardless those who are in a position to have faith in the game, the developers, generally aren't the ones making these decisions, and the ones who make these decisions don't...