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I opened my wallet and am playing something pretty substantial right now, funny how that works.Octagon7711 said:Best way to vote for a game is with your wallet. So my wallet also stays closed until I see something substantial.
I think anything critical said about the game, CR, the management, or anything remotely connected to the game in general gets deflected to the point of absurdism.Octagon7711 said:Actually what they call the game is a deflection from the topic of how well it's managed.
Wait, WHAT? Friggin MEL GIBSON discovered it and you don't think something is going on??! How more obvious can it get, the writing's on the wall man, the writing's on the wall...blueturtle13 said:Actually our friend here @MrMelGibson (or my friend at least) just discovered a game and like many here just thought enough to share it so other like minded gamers could discover it and have an enjoyable time with it.yeah..blueturtle13 said:Nope. Daedalic Entertainment is the publisher.I have a family member who tried to be an author and as a result he got to know a little bit about the book publishing business back in the 90s.MrMelGibson said:I don't really understand what you're trying to say here. Can you elaborate?Marketed Boosted.
That is what I call an 'unlikely' game or product that has been magically getting a lot of attention from many new media outlets....hmmmmm dont say?
He told me this:
'Big house publishers like to go out and find a few 'unknown authors' and promote them as if they are a golden find'. It doesnt mean they are the best, just good enough to bolster the impression that said publisher is spending a lot of time out in the community finding the best of the best! when it reality its fairly random.
I think StarDew Valley, No Mans Sky and Long Way Home fit that general feel as well as this game which has a large number of articles already written about them
also...the art style has a subtle hint to me that its coming from a big publisher, that could be me projecting but something about the style of the UI makes me think AAA
which is exactly why I think something is up. They also did Long Way Home.
Now I know they are not a 'big publisher bla bla bla' but the method doesnt have to follow the exact same path described above. In fact, all it really takes is a fat check to a Marketing Company
Sometimes all you see is all there is to see
Modern? Diablo 1 had it and that game basically started the whole genre. WASD controls in hack'n slash games are actually 'modern', not the other way around.rojoArcueid said:Considering the original MU was released in 2003, MU Legend feels a bit late to the party.
I think it still looks good but i might not even bother with it for one simple reason... point and click. It drives me nuts when ARPG devs still refuse to add either WASD or gamepad support to those games in 2017 almost 2018.
Even 4 directional isometric games on super nintendo played well on a gamepad and these "modern" people still think that limiting an ARPG game to point and click has some kind of benefit. It is a big con.