The Tomorrow Children is about as hard to understand as it is to explain. Explaining it might even be harder actually. It's a sort of multiplayer management game in which you will be gathering resources and crafting things to help your community prosper and thrive. The gameplay mechanics seem quite repetitive to say the least, which tends to indicate it will not be a game for everyone, and probably not one for people who have no friends to share it with. If you are curious and have already been convinced by the alpha and beta, you can purchase the Founders Pack (which includes arms and tools Licences to access exclusive items, a miner gear costume, 3 avatars, an EagleCorp Jetpack available from the black market and 1,000 Freeman Dollars) for €19.99/$19.99. If you are still unsure, then wait until the game is available for free later this year (it's a free-to-play with micro-transactions). Until then, check out our videos, which were recorded with another profile with no access to the Founders Pack.
@GriftGFX: the doom and gloom is for the gamer today. (2 Hours ago)
@droezelke: I stopped mid way through the season 2! (8 Hours ago)
I'm already not playing Battlefield because I'm not crazy with what DICE is doing with it. They've got a lot of work to do. (8 Hours ago)
EA is far from out of the woods, but I don't think this is the steep downhill incline you imagine for the industry. I'm not buying the doom and gloom. (8 Hours ago)
If they can develop revenue streams that don't negatively impact the user experience.. most will try. (8 Hours ago)
And while publishers may want to pursue service models, there are relatively good ways of handling that. Add to this the fact that most developers don't really want to ruin their games. (8 Hours ago)
EA is already dropping the ball all over the place. But people are reacting to it, more than ever. (8 Hours ago)