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And to add to it...Quizzical said:How many fully animated models have you created for your game?Bestinna said:ur right but right now I just want someone who can program some cryengine so I can import my models and stuff and make a video to put on the site otherwise I don't feel like there's enough to make one or rather there'd be too much reading when a lot can be seenSovrath said:I think I'm going with quizzical here. I just don't believe you have all the textures done for every item, all the animations for everything, etc.Bestinna said:that's right because they're all done already.. you could make suggestions on how to make some better but you could spend that time programming instead so it's made fasterAsheram said:So no one else can have ideas?
I do believe you have some concept art. that's great.
Do you really want to get people to help you?
Make a site with some of your art and the concept for the game. This way those who are interested can see the level of your work.
Make a business plan. If you can't make a business plan or don't know how to run a business then that is an additional person you want to recruit.
if you want this to be a "free game made by the fans" then you are going to have to have some sort of development plan in place so people know that you aren't going in blind, aren't "dicking around".
You have to show you are serious, you are professional, dedicated and know what you are doing.
BlackBoa at his finest...Blackboa said:Those of you who know me know that I use to be the biggest fan boy of Albion Online. No longer. This game has lost its original vision of being a hardcore, full loot, PVP game and instead is implementing themepark, instanced, non full loot additions like the Arena. It is really a sad sight to see a game that could be dominating a niche try to expand to appease the casual players who blow like the wind and will leave the game as soon as something better shows up. In the current state of the game, I don't recommend anyone play Albion Online.
While I agree with you in principle, the fact is a "best of" list has to also remain relevant. Unlike movies, games can only be experienced in the moment. We have reached a point where gamers weren't born when UO released and were roughly three when it reached its heyday. There is no way they can relate to UO on this list or even begin to understand why it's on the list. A movie you can just go rent, watch, and make an assessment. You can't go play UO in 1997.ConstantineMerus said:So you think Avengers might at some point replace Citizen Kane on the best movies of all time then?halfmystic said:A lot of you guys don't understand that this list is for 2017, not 2009. We can't have the same MMOs on every single list over and over, specially when your nostalgia in interfering with your concepts of a "good" MMO.
Not that I got anything against this list though. But when you say all time you don't replace lesser titles with better titles just because they are newer.