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My Time At Portia Sequel, Sandrock, Is Already More Popular Than Original

So far, consumer reception towards My Time at Sandrock, according to Steam, has been mostly positive. However, some notable complaints have crept up. The first is the game’s stability, with many reporting crashing between loading screens while entering and exiting buildings. The quick rate of a builder’s stamina drain is also a core complaint. Without stamina, the builder’s progress essentially stops until recovered, which takes a long time in-game without access to proper recovery items. The last common complaint has been the NPCs themselves, which are either too bland or stereotypical to be likable.

While My Time at Sandrock is off to a great start, there are still issues, but Pathea still has time to take advantage of Sandrock‘s Early Access status to refine and fix them. Judging by the early success of My Time at Sandrock, it could well prove more popular than My Time at Portia despite the latter’s multi-platform success, though fans will have to wait to find out for themselves.

Source: Steam DB (via PC Gamer)


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My Time At Portia Sequel, Sandrock, Is Already More Popular Than Original

So far, consumer reception towards My Time at Sandrock, according to Steam, has been mostly positive. However, some notable complaints have crept up. The first is the game’s stability, with many reporting crashing between loading screens while entering and exiting buildings. The quick rate of a builder’s stamina drain is also a core complaint. Without stamina, the builder’s progress essentially stops until recovered, which takes a long time in-game without access to proper recovery items. The last common complaint has been the NPCs themselves, which are either too bland or stereotypical to be likable.

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While My Time at Sandrock is off to a great start, there are still issues, but Pathea still has time to take advantage of Sandrock‘s Early Access status to refine and fix them. Judging by the early success of My Time at Sandrock, it could well prove more popular than My Time at Portia despite the latter’s multi-platform success, though fans will have to wait to find out for themselves.
Source: Steam DB (via PC Gamer)

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