I was pretty happy with how iso looked, but not so much what it did to my playing. Hope 3-D is nicer to mistake-capable people like me.
I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this question, but I'm not sure where else to do so. It is my understanding that this game is still in the developmental stages. What all would you like to have functioning before you consider it to be a complete game, with which you can always build upon, update, and mod later on?
I guess I'd consider it a "complete" game at this point, especially the experimentals. Though "complete-complete" Fully "understandable" NPC's that interact and move about in a fasion that is not explicitly "Hi I am a stupid AI, I run into fire, kill myself and others with friendly fire, not because I made a mistake but because I don't know better, and do other insane things, not because I am an insane character, but because I am NPC.
As well as a fully implemented quest sytem, that when you "finish" feels like you have saved humanity from the immediate threat of complete annihilation (for the time being) with the minimum of whatever group you are helping (or alternately have accomplished whatever "long term goal" your character had.) AKA became ruler of the mycus or whatever, Mass murderer and ruler of the human portion of the world etc.. (whatever player X wants to accomplish, to consider the game largely "won") and the NPC's fully recognize at least the main portions of this. AKA "Oh, your THAT guy, (mass murderer, leader of the mutant peoples, wandering bad-ass, "president" of the New United States of the Cataclysm, savior/profit of peoples with outlook Y, etc.) and respond with the correct amount of fear/ thankfulness/awe/respect/challenges/anger & spitefulness that your accomplishments/ lack there of, warrant.
The guys are actually REALLY close to that if not already accomplished (minus tweaks) to that already. So in answer.... Yea. It is "complete" with more additions/content on the way.