To hand this enterprise an actual numerical valuation is possibly as arbitrary as the point-scoring within Goat Simulator itself. Is it a 10 for concept alone? Is it a zero because as a playable media it is an utter shambles with a broken physics engine? It seems to not even matter. It takes very special situational engineering to be able to create a product that is awful, sell it for real cash-money and then simply exclaim to the haters: "we told you so." But that is what Coffee Stain have succeeded in doing. Kudos to those guys, who are having their cake and eating it. An almost perfect paradox.
Luftrausers arrives at a point where the indie game market is stronger than ever, with developers continuing to raise the bar in terms of product quality. With the aforementioned strife that Ismail and his team have undergone through the production process, it wouldn't have been a surprise to see this title banished into mediocrity. But make no mistake, this game is up there with the best of them.
Overall, Wasteland 2 has stayed true to its premise, and deserves a place alongside Divinity: Original Sin as one of the best cRPGs of its era. Immersive and intriguing, the game balances risk and reward; pushing the player to the limits of their inventory and capabilities time and time again; like only the best survival games can.