So, here is my own personal opinion. Maybe some of you will feel the same, while others will not. I'd like to start by asking a simple question. Why are certain developers not wanting to give basic info to the audience whom will be purchasing their game? Release dates or purchase pricing, as examples. They share certain game details and communicate with us, which is greatly appreciated. I do appreciate that interactivity. What I cant understand, is why they refuse (after waiting over a year in some cases) to even allow us look forward to a date or a price. We're the ones whom will be rewarding their work with our dollars. It's not about entitlement. It's about simple basic info, that should be given. I'm not a developer, maybe I just don't understand. If I were, I would definitely give as much info as people wanted. As long as it were plot spoiler free. I guess, as I get older I translate the games space to politics, in a way. I just want honesty and transparency, I don't understand why things need to be so secretive. Especially release dates. I just had to vent. The anticipation of the big late November/December titles is getting to me. Few of them are giving any concrete release info. I don't like looking forward wondering "is this the week?" and then feeling let down when it's not...then waiting and let down again. I don't like being strung along. I'm talking about titles that are on the verge of release. Sorry if I'm sounding too negative. I just hope I'm not the only one.