I would like to preface this by saying that I have been interested in Planetary Annihilation since it first became available on Kickstarter, and have quietly followed its progress & development over the last 10 months. I am sure most of you would agree that it looks like it is shaping up to be an exceptional, extremely fun to play game, in the same vein as the two previous titles released by Uber Entertainment, Monday Night Combat & Super Monday Night Combat. However, with the impending release of this game via Steam's early access program, I am reminded of another tendency of this particular developer, one that prevented me from contributing any money during their Kickstarter, or via their pre-order system in the interim. Both of Uber's previous titles, Monday Night Combat & Super Monday Night Combat, released to critical acclaim - 82 & 76 on Metacritic, respectively, but both died about 6 months after release, due to poor developer support. Graph of MNC & SMNC player counts: http://goo.gl/oi85R I know many of you are eager to get into the alpha and/or beta, which means you felt comfortable supporting Uber Entertainment at the $40-$60 range in the case of beta players, and at $90 or more in the case of alpha players. My question for you, as well as the others who pre-ordered or kickstarted this game is, why do you think Planetary Annihilation's fate will be any different? What is going to prevent Uber Entertainment from abandoning your game & moving on to another project while watching your game die? Perhaps, as was the case for Super MNC, launching another Kickstarter while simply pretending that nothing is wrong. TL;DR - Uber Entertainment has a track record of making fantastic games, then dropping support for them & watching them die. Why will Planetary Annihilation be any different?