One-eyed Willy has been found at the following link.
Life tip: Keep those eyes clean and keep clean anything that touches them.
I think I own a few early access titles. But not many. I dipped my toe into that pool once or twice and the water never got comfortable enough for me to dive into. That’s a way of saying I don’t like early access. But, I also don’t mind early access. I’m pretty sure I was the same way when it first started to come into practice. One of those…”Hmmm…I’ll keep my eye on this” kind of things. I’m not against it though. We’ve actually gotten some great games from the concept, but, I don’t know. I think, for me, getting the game early like that let me play it to the point that when it came out of early access I wasn’t excited about it. It was all over news sites and review sites and people were talking about it, but here I was just…meh, I played it already months ago. And while things were tweaked and changed, I’d already moved on. Maybe that’s my issue with the practice. I’m really not sure. I just know when I see something that interests me on Steam and then see it in early access, I just move on to something else. It isn’t something at that stage that I’m willing to spend my money on. Again, though, keep in mind, this is just my opinion. And understand I’m not condemning the practice of early access. It’s just not my thing.
Then there’s the whole issue of Kickstarter/crowd funding types. An issue better saved for a future episode.