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Old School RPG is Staff Pick of the Day on Kickstarter!

07 Oct

Wow! We got Staff Pick of the Day on Kickstarter! Here’s their tweet!

Project of the Day: A classic 1st-person, fantasy/sci-fi game bringing us back to what we loved about old school RPGs. http://kck.st/QE9FFC

Help us bring back those classic, old-school, first person RPGs!

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6 Comments

Posted by on October 7, 2012 in Uncategorized

 

6 responses to “Old School RPG is Staff Pick of the Day on Kickstarter!

  1. nonvisibl3anym0re

    December 17, 2012 at 6:08 pm

    Tom,

    Please, don´t be discouraged by unsuccessful Shaker Kickstarter campaign. You probably already learnt what to do and what not to do in a Kicstarter project. And hey, you wouldn´t be the first to fail their first Kickstarter campaign – take Zojoi, for example, and their Sherlock and then successful Shadowage project.

    I think many of us fans were surprised that you didn´t try to do Anachronox Kickstarter. There are many people out there, myself included, who would LOVE to see Anachronox 2 with a proper story conclusion.

    Please, consider doing that. I would pledge right away.

    Fan

     
    • ThatTomHall

      December 22, 2012 at 5:31 pm

      Yeah, considered it… but I don’t own the IP and doing a proper sequel would cost A LOT.

       
      • qishmish

        January 18, 2013 at 6:05 pm

        Hello, Tom! You said that you can give us Anachronox 2 as BOOK. Story, text. Is that still possible?)

         
  2. Kyle

    December 31, 2012 at 2:12 am

    Yeah I really do not understand how a whole industry could turn their backs on you.

    You have a talented vision, you just need to get those programmers off their thrones so we could actually get some innovation in new video games.

     
  3. Nik_

    January 15, 2013 at 9:58 pm

    But how much that “a lot” is? Million, two, ten, more?
    And how much Square (they own IP, I presume) want for franchise? It is not an option just to acquire license for using it?

     
  4. qishmish

    January 22, 2013 at 5:47 pm

    the more millions games do have the more industry is dying.

    Remember late 90s? Grand EEE (E3) things that were HUGE events, enormous number of announced projects that everyone was waiting for – and what now? 2013 – Bioshock 3 and The last of us?

    Or those PC games boxes with huge manuals and other things – it was NOT “a collector edition” in those days!

     

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