AOTTG - How far can it go?

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Re: AOTTG - How far can it go?

Postby pavichokche » Fri Jun 06, 2014 3:22 pm

Yeah, most likely some mix of those, closely resembling the normal ending. Are you saying that there is no point risking the bad ending due to the most likely outcome having a small return?
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Re: AOTTG - How far can it go?

Postby Innti » Fri Jun 06, 2014 5:11 pm

Theres no point. Because getting more players doesnt mean any more dev time.feng already said this is his main focus. You cant make a main focus even more of a priority. In the end it would be nice but these suggestions largely (95%) go unnoticed. It would be nice for feng but no actual benefit for us, with potential losses.
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Re: AOTTG - How far can it go?

Postby Racso » Fri Jun 06, 2014 11:12 pm

Zarythe wrote:
Racso wrote: hell, maybe even Steam isn't there!



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Oops. I need to do more research before I post something stupid.
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Re: AOTTG - How far can it go?

Postby iavas » Sat Jun 07, 2014 4:56 am

Eh, I don't think it's such a good idea to try and get the game to become "official" and bring it to Isayama's attention, even if it was just to get it on Steam Greenlight. There are the obvious risks and whatnot that you guys have already discussed, but I also doubt that Feng wants this to become official unless he has complete control over the game (and I highly doubt that would be the case if the game was to become even remotely official). He said that he doesn't plan on nor want to return to working for game companies because he doesn't like compromise and prefers to do things his own way. By making the game official, he will almost certainly lose a lot of the control over the game that he wants and it'll end up exactly how he didn't want it to turn out. Considering the industry and what not, the game will probably end up with a lot of customisation and then pay-to-get features just so they could get more money, assuming it doesn't end up becoming a commercialised game in the first place.

I feel like even though there are a lot of potential benefits to bringing the game to Isayama's attention, Feng's wishes should still be first priority. There would be nothing worse than Feng losing interest and deciding to quit working on the game because of something we thought would be beneficial to the game but wasn't.
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