Another thing, is if we as gamers attack games like Anthem, all we gonna get in future will be shitty games, that are safe bets, that don't innovate, have no scope, or anything.
Give EA and Bioware some credit here, they did a bold move with Anthem. Yes it had issues, that frustrate me, and i want tem fixed asp, but there is some great stuff in the game, have not had so much fun with friends for a while. Last time we had fun like this, was Division 1 launch imo.
And for those crying about AAA title status, and 60$ games, how many game titles that are AAA and cost 60$, that are online, with innovative features, work on day 1? And do you truly believe Star Citizen will be better? Big complicated games will have issues.
I think this is why there are so many people complaining about Anthem. Anthem is not innovative. It takes pieces from other games that work and tries to fit it in a puzzle. The issue is that they assembled the puzzle by forcing the pieces in place without seeing how they match up. Not going to rehash my issues with Anthem. I gave it 35 hours, I stuck through almost all of the story, I did as much content as I could, and my opinion is still the same. I hope that Anthem changes like Division, No Man's Sky, and many other initially disappointing games that redeemed themselves. Being a part of the Test community is being able to debate qualities in things we like and don't like without offense being given. I hope everyone sees these types of debates as feedback and not game shaming other players. You play what you enjoy, hell I still play Star Trek Online.