Remember boys and girls, in bitcoin rainbow and unicorn land, deflation is good.
Like literally, the looneys recently celebrated the algorithm halving the new coin supply lol.
I mean sure a recession is just another word for deflation (it really is) , but lets not sweat the details.
Are you one of those clever spambots that assembles a comment from random words that kinda form a sentence?
I would not play it if the game lined my pockets with real gold.
I would. Where's the gold pocket-lining Beta sign-up?
Actually if you'd get your head out of that pop dichotomy there, you'd realize reality is what it is. it is not 'positive' or 'negative.' Everyone has different expectations and some are harder to please than others. People who label hard to please people as 'negative', are really the insecure ones because they let others' judgements affect their own perceptions.
Can't say I understand why you're being so mean with your response, but you're ignoring what he said and making an entirely separate point. What he said was perfectly correct. People, all people, are hard-wired to react more strongly to negative views than to positive ones. It's how insular cultures develop through self-selection bias because people don't like to hear that they're doing something wrong, and at the other end of the spectrum it's why nobody is sure how to react if you run into a room and tell them everything is fine, whereas running in shouting FIRE has a more pronounced effect.
The space sim is a really hard sell (unless it's that one mission from Halo: Reach) and frankly, even with a joystick, games of this sort can be notoriously difficult. Companies only really want to make games that are like other games or sequels to previous ones since it's more of a business now than a genuine love for games (unless you're "indie").
The X series of games trundles on year after year though I don't think they'll ever have a blockbuster hit. There's also the Evochron series, but it's even more niche. Then of course there's Miner Wars 2081 though it's determined to bill itself as Descent's closest relative. Like the article you linked to suggests, any modern Space Sim is going to have to be 100% playable with mouse and keyboard, the way Freelancer was because the joystick just isn't standard for PC gamers any longer.
Do you consider it abuse to not teach kids about Newton's laws of motion
If someone decided that Newton's Laws of Motion were caused by pixie dust and rainbows, and demanded that that is how it should be taught, then yes. Yes, it would be abuse to teach lies about it. Whether or not kids should learn Newtonian physics isn't even up for debate, is it? Do some kids in the US not learn that?
Kiss your keyboard goodbye!