Not sure Pretty damn sure about everyone else, but I now thoroughly believe SE is on the same path as would Skyrim if it was crossed with Minecraft. A complete and utter farce full of "hey this'd be funny!" features, buggy to an unplayable degree, saved only by excessive modding by a disappointed community. I don't want this. Neither does anyone else. Who can actually say that cybernetic dogs fit into the Space Engineers universe? Who can justify a complete failure to fix any engineering part of the game, when that is the whole game's premise? Pistons and rotors which are one of the few movable parts in the game have been broken since their addition. Multiplayer doesn't work, no matter how you sugar-coat it, and at present the only engineering in the entire game is to do with ship decoration. The fact that additions generally stay forever in open development is not an excuse not to remove cyberhounds. They don't fit. They don't make sense. No-one wants them. I can almost guarantee the line of dialogue regarding their addition was something like this: "So we want to add a threat to Earthlike. It's a little boring.""Wolves?""No, then people would just climb up on stuff or build something and they'd be safe." (Ahem, like a certain reality we know of. Seriously, they'd be dangerous enough.)"And I guess making them bite through stuff is a bit weird right?""Yeah.""What if they were robotic. Then they could have a failsafe explosive.""Screw it. It'll have to do."/rant Here's what I would suggest to KSH. Get your priorities sorted out. What is the game meant to be? Write down what the scope of the game is. Remove features that don't fit in the scope. For example, remove cyberhounds and make spiders more believable. Fix things that fit in that scope. Rotors and pistons dammit. Add more things that fit in that scope. You know, like drone faction AI, or actual animals. Explain to people that it's an alpha, and **** happens. Anyone who complains about it is a complete moron. Really hoping this doesn't turn into yet another "don't buy games in early access" story. I think a lot of us have had enough of those. Thank you for taking the time to read this. Happy-disappointed-new-year everyone. Expect magic in Medieval Engineers any day now. Ironic trolls, anyone..? That would be bloody hilarious.