I will give you the benefit of the doubt because you also bothered to make a somewhat coherent post
Anyways, good for you. I don't care if anybody likes the game or not, but they should at least play the game fully once before making a point about it
I liked it, and will continue playing it because it genuinely feels like NV 1.5 in space, which is exactly what I expected, and got. Poo in loo lesbian romance quest can be skipped for absolutely no downsides, and despite the game being much more black and white than the usual black isle/obsidian games, I liked that the game was less about muh capitalism vs muh diversity, like /v/ would have me believe, and more to do with literally everyone on the board, corporates included, being retarded and out of touch. it's less about them being capitalists and more about them being ivory tower elitists who starved out or killed/imprisoned anyone who was capable of running their society, and it is now falling apart because of it(maybe a bit more on the nose now than it was in 2019)
Also, pickle rick is also not nearly as obnoxious as the game trailer would have you think. I still think it was wise to put him behind a wall of glass for most of the game, before he said something that would actually make him hate him. I hate the fact there is no reason to side with the board more, you should be able to assassinate or convince the divesity hire nigger in charge and take over for yourself and turn the colony around. The game even makes a point of letting you buy out senator rockwell in the final dungeon, so why the fuck can't I also do so with the rest of the board, and then keep all the colonists alive and find another way to deal with the crisis?
Lastly, the game has a moon man mask(which will definitely be replaced with mac tonight, if it ever gets mod tools), and the game actually does allow me to roleplay as moon man and kill every single danger hair and non-white I see, so that's a bonus for me. Even if the rest of the game was shit, this would be the redeeming factor for me, very good decision for obsidian to not have a single invincible character in game
If you disagree with me, that's fine too. hate it all you want, and if you do bother making a post about it, at least also bother writing why. bandwagoning and whining how you hate something you haven't even played is just as bad as mindlessly downboating on reddit, or the kind of posting you would find on cuck/v/
>lobotomized the priest halfway thru
I actually liked how he turned out to be a manipulative, thuggish pos, and that his whole "wise priest" play was just an act. will agree his quest was lobotomized, as rather than letting him make a choice on what he should do with the book, you get a lulz so random drugs sequence, and he becomes a nihilist(so deep). thankfully, something like this doesn't happen often, and I think I played thru every quest/resolution