It has been hard to watch the decline of Space Engineers over the past 18 months or so. The developers have completely caved to the uber players who spend their entire existence playing video games. Forgotten has been the vast majority of the rest of us who actually have a life, a job and PAY real cash for these games. We don't have ridiculous gaming rigs nor do we relish the opportunity to spend many hours searching for rare resources. Right now, the game is unplayable for newer AMD hardware as it freezes, stutters and crashes. The solution, for a year now, has been for each user to modify the games local files through a detailed process which needs to be repeated after every update. This is something which should have been addressed many months ago, and would have, by any responsible developer who even remotely monitors its customers experience. Even if the game would run, the decision to reduce and/or eliminate uranium content requires a massive increase in time requirement to achieve even the slightest progress. This is a complete cop to the small hardcore gamer community who have nothing better to do than spend dozens of hours tediously seeking out uranium. It is truly disappointing to see the developers lose interest in the product that defines them; but that has happened so often in this industry as to become almost axiomatic. Still, sad to lose Space Engineers.