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What DMKano is talking about it more of an old timers problem. It's the same in games or movies etc. Once you have been playing or watching or just have years of experience with something it gets old.Sovrath said:There are only so many relatable monsters. Of course, I suppose, one can make a sort of Demon realm and start making up anything and everything but I imagine that would appeal to less people the more "way out" one got.DMKano said:Sovrath said:
I know it's pre-alpha - but to me this looks like a crappy version of TSW, except the movement is even slower - so it's one of those "walking simulator" games /shudder
20 years ago - vampires, werewolves, it was pretty cool, but today - just feels so damn worn out.
I still think vampires and werewolves are fun.
I think this is going for more Vampire the Masquerade. At least from first glance. Some of the walking is a bit funny I'll admit.
If one were to do this they would have to realize that this was an indy game and that it would only be "so good".
Hey I still have friends that dress up in goth - and they eat this stuff up, and that's cool. Whatever makes people happy.
I am only speaking for my personal level of interest in vampires/werewolves - it has gone from HYPE (back in early Underworld movie days) - to completely over it in the last few years.
Pretty much the same thing happened with the whole zombie craze - was cool at first, but now... ugh
Makes me laugh all the Obama hate, when you got someone like Trump who is only doing his best to line his pockets, and how some people think "Govment" is big bad and evil so lets give all the powa to them nice caring corporations cause they sure have your best interests at heart......lolzScotchUp said:Makes me laugh after 8 years of Obama, any law no matter what it is called can't be trusted when Government is telling us how great it will be for America. Keep Government out of internet!
Indeed this only works if there truly is competition which frankly I do not believe will happen, we have seen this first hand in Canada where each region was served by only one of the big three until the CRTC stepped in and said enough.SedrynTyros said:Not if there's only a few companies to choose from and they all work in collusion with each other .... so in other words, not in the real world.Quizzical said:
"We'll lose money because fewer people will buy from us if we do X" is actually quite a powerful incentive for companies to do what people want.