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No, the word I'm looking for is warned.Babuinix said:I think the word you are looking for is Informed.Vrika said:So are you saying that people have never been warned about the delays?About the delays they say they're inevitable. This is a pledge, a promise, not a warning. People who have slept in class can't complaint afterwards that they've missed the information.
Either it's a warning giving information, or it's not. You can't have it both ways.
So are you saying that people have never been warned about the delays?About the delays they say they're inevitable. This is a pledge, a promise, not a warning. People who have slept in class can't complaint afterwards that they've missed the information.
"There may be delays and there may be changes; we recognize that such things are inevitable and would be lying to you if we claimed otherwise."
They're also saying that they'll build the game of our dreams and on their terms.
So there you have it, plain and simple, they told us what to expect, almost five years ago. No one should be surpriced about delays during development or expect any release of the game until it's ready.
Assuming they have infinite money, they will eventually create a game. Whether they have or will get enough money is anybody's guess.Kane72 said:So it this game just a game design simulator for the creator's pleasure, or will it ever release to a full playable version that people are hoping for? I'm loathe to spend anything on it until someone can confirm an approx full release year.
Aiming high with everything is just an excuse used by those unable to set their priorities. Great deeds are done by men who prioritize and put more effort into something.Phry said:Its only really by aiming high that you find out just how high you can reach, i don't think anyone can accuse SC of having played it safe, and if they do achieve those goals, then everyone wins even the ones who aren't particularly interested in SC, because if they succeed, other developers are likely to take some of those ideas etc. and incorporate them into their own games.Kefo said:Nothing wrong with aiming high but there comes a point when you need to reign it in a littleErillion said:It is wrong to aim high ?
I think not.