Crimson Dragon, the spiritual successor to Panzer Dragoon, just came out, but already the game is being altered after it received, well, let's say mixed reviews.
Saying he has "heard the feedback" on the game, director Yukio Futatsugi is ringing the changes, which include generally making the game easier.
"I'm excited to have the opportunity to make these changes before the game releases on Xbox One this week", he says. "Thank you all for the feedback. You are truly helping me make 'Crimson Dragon' the game that I hoped it would be."
Games are updated all time due to feedback. But normally weeks, if not months down the line. They're rarely changed in the short timeframe between reviews and release.
So any reviews written until now aren't reflecting the game that consumers will actually get their hands on. Yet anyone on the fence about buying the game will check reviews.
Crimson Dragon [Xbox]