Dorian_Fendrel wrote:Mickey... all that bitching is PART of Alpha. Your NOT paying for a finished game, your PAYING to take part in testing. God, people need to learn to read
Actually its compleatly opposite... YOU ARE paying for the finished game, but you do so before the game is finished and can take part in its development. Thats what early axcess games are all about.
MickeySmith wrote:other systems need to be fixed before moving on.
The problem with this is that its almost sertain that when adding new stuff the old stuff is affected meaning adding stuff will add more bugs because how things interract with each other under the hood...
So adding new stuff when its ready is good thing because then you can see how it works with the old stuff.
For the main topic:
If the horses are usable and you can most of the time ride/use them without problems then put them in, BUT if they are constantly bugging out and your unable to use them most of the time then i would suggest trying to fix the major bugs and test them internally before adding them to the open version...
Because like many have allready said, even though its alpha, its still important to have somewhat working game for new people that buy the game and then try to play it only to forget it forever after a terrible experience.