It is a good game, but I'm seeing a trend for comments, for example a quote from the TOP Steam review, "[this game has] This whole "Sell it now fix it later" mindset" and I really really don't want to see it that way myself...
Those type of comments are on Rock Paper Shotgun, PC Gamer, these very forums, the Steam community, on the profiles of moderators.
I myself love the game, I think it looks and plays great, but I dunno... After £42 worth of content it's natural to think "it sucks that I need to close the game to stop the infinite loading screen bug. Also have to disable it via task manager or I'll be told app is already running"
I dunno... The game is so close to perfect that it hurts, and by this point I'm just randomly venting my thoughts. The new dialogue and diplomacy features are a HUGE tick on what I wanted (declaring friendship is perfect, because the AI by itself doesn't understand YOUR opinion of them) so for that I am prepared to buy some more content. Edit: I know I come across aggressively but it's just how I sort things. The new DLC is very interesting, if a tiny bit weak, and it'd be so fun to come across the new features by chance.
I'll stop blabbering, maybe I said something useful at some point