Matthew

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  1. 100% agree Conker. Mind-boggling to think that so many adult-aged, seemingly intelligent development team members fail ( clearly by evidence of no HUD options within many video games) to grasp our view on this topic. They "hand-cuff" their customers to their own ridiculous stubbornness in refusing to allow users an opportunity to customize/remove in-game HUD elements. Although subjective, I personally find most HUD´s kiddy-looking, junky, and cluttery. EA´s Dead Space understood this immediately in their game development. Eliminating needless clutter from the screen instantly injects a higher level of slickness, polish, maturity, and immersion to just about any video game. Health Bars, Stamina Bars, Graphical Weapon Icons, Bullet-Count Reminders, Magic-Potion Levels, Numbers ( points ) Per-Hit Displays, Level-Rank Displays, Kiddy-Colored Circles Beneath Game Character Displays, "Hold X To Stay In Cover" prompts that remain until user leaves cover. Seriously? Welcome to Junk-ville folks. Welcome to Kiddy-Land. It´s pathetic. Total Garbage. Wisen-up devs.
  2. Inexcusable for the user to be denied the freedom to customize/remove the HUD in Dying Light on the PlayStation 4, or any video game for that matter. Remarkable that one has to remind a development team about such a basic issue. Fix this issue permanently, by allowing users the freedom to manipulate the HUD as they so wish, on any game, any platform, period. Thanks.