As we waltz into 2015, it seems that 2014 is shaping up to be known as the year of Early Access when everything is all said and done. Early Access is something indie game developers started doing to make money off their video games while still working on the game. When it first started, there wasn't much said about it. Just like anything else in the world, the more popular it became with game developers, the more criticism it started to receive and not just by the gaming public, but by the gaming journalists as well. However, when you look at it, how is it any different than when games come out on time “finished”?