@failgunner Apart from Sworcery, it's high visual standards and atmospheric music also reminded me of Kentucky Route Zero. Comparison that makes the emptiness ever more apparent. Even if that one's not finished yet, it shows importance of a story.
@failgunner Yeah, which makes it quite bitter sweet. There is so much right with it that the shallow non-story and empty puzzles are in the end quite infuriating, because of the wasted potential. At least for me.
@tbr Healty, the same way as diversity in ecosystems. Imagine everybody used single code base: NSA would have to compromise single target. Equivalent to one virus killing off entire species. So, it's not scary. It is good end healthy.
@tbr It's not ”own security standards“. Certificate validation is apparently not in the shared part of WebKit. Given Chrome implements it own networking stack—to do stuff like SPDY—this is normal. Firefox does the same. Diverse implementations are healthy.