Discussion in 'Rust' started by Cream Tea, Jan 2, 2019.
I heard it's like Minecraft with Gmod graphics.
Is this game worth over £10? Is it fun?
I refunded it cause my doodoo PC couldn't even get it over fuckin 10 FPS. But it's a good game if your PC can run it decently.
A game where a bunch of incels spend 22 hours a day farming resources dry, building massive bases that could fit an empire, destroy and raid other incels' bases, and KOS anyone in sight.
Did I mention every server has its own slave trade?
Rust is the single reason why I'll never play the genre again, it brings out the worst in human behavior simply because it's online and there's no real-life punishment for acting like a degenerate. The developers don't care about the toxicity and encourage it, telling players who complain to move on, they had their moneys worth.
I forgot to mention the developers also made Garry's Mod
I don't hate the game (Over 350 hours when I stopped playing), as I still have a lot of fond memories of when I was still into it. I hate what it has become. (also raising the price to $40 when it reached beta, being $20 since it's first release in 2013)
>dev makes race pseudorandomly assigned based on SteamID
>says it will spur diversity in the server
>instead, causes race war, and 4channers don't care what side they end up assigned as long as they keep the war going
>4chan nicknames it Race War Simulator 2015
later, one anon recalls his time during the update, here's the tl;dr:
>logs on to his usual server
>race war already underway
>the big fight eventually ends, but shit goes on for days
>admin comes on for the only day in a while
>half the server gets banned
It's a game everyone hates, but still plays it everyday because it's a full-time job to gather shit on vanilla servers.
Modded gives a better experience with better loot tables and multiplied resource gathering.
6.try to kill other people with mighty rock
8.manage to build base
9.get first raid
10.get offline raided
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