Actually, I don't think any of votes apply to me. To me, I have bought the game six months ago, and in terms of concepts, the game is evolving at a good pace, more so than I'd ever expect. The way they revamped religion in Fall was great (even though I usually ignore it anyways), but it seems like they are developing solid game mechanics. I expect the game to be much better in 2018. If I were to throw arbitary numbers out where 5 is considered average. Civ VI at Spring would have been a 5/10, Civ V is a 6/10, Civ VI atm is a 6.5/10, Civ IV would be an 8.5/10. I expect VI at its current trajectory to pass 7/10 But I fear the same issues will remain, namely the UI issues, and the AI. The AI being stupid is something I can live with, but the fact that the game's UI is so terrible and really hasn't shown any signs of improvement is not a good sign. The other thing holding back Civ 6 are blatantly obvious bugs such as the start bugs. Basically, what I've seen is if they screw up on a patch (such as 1g for great works) the game is left broken several months until the next update. That has been awful. These things in tandem can cause a very bad impression on new players, and it would be sad if they got turned away just because of that. This 3 things I think will always limit Civ 6 to being "somewhat enjoyable, with a degree of annoyance" instead of an actually great game. That's not a bad place considering what comes out today, but one can hope.