It is not uncommon for games to use media quotes in their promotional submissions that have benefited from the topic in question. A great promotional claim for players. However, in the case of Bleeding Edge, the advertising department has suggested that it is better to use user quotes instead of those collected by special video game media.
The game at the site now owned by Microsoft did not start well, lack of content
Not a bad Bleeding Edge strategy
From Microsoft they are building a new promotional trailer it is directly in the media and receives great comments from users of Discord and Twitter respectively. It's a confusing move, it's not so bad because if they try to come up with the ideas of those who say that when they play the game it can work. The problem is that they only use 5 quotes; When we compare it to other trailers that have opted for that route, we can see that these have boasted a contentious comment about the title, of course.
Many are shocked that they have never used any nausea from a well-known, well-known content developer. It's a game an average of 67 medium grade in Metacritic
I have to admit that I've been playing this game for a while, but after a few games there isn't much that will keep me coming back. On paper the idea is fun, but it needs to be touched once content we expect soon. I'm sure from the studio they never stop the project, which is really exciting.