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Lucius wrote:I bet many of us are hoping Wasteland 2 is a huge success and brings back this entire genre. Imagine Wasteland 3 with a $20 million budget.
I would love a Wasteland 2 that was true to the original becoming a moderate success. I would probably have a heart attack if it became a wild success.Burt Gummer wrote:Lucius wrote:I bet many of us are hoping Wasteland 2 is a huge success and brings back this entire genre. Imagine Wasteland 3 with a $20 million budget.
I can almost guarantee that there are people here who would hate this. Some people need the feeling that they are special. Or at least that they are playing something "all the dumb masses" wouldn't appreciate. Wasteland 2 being a success and getting media acclaim would kill this feeling.
krellen wrote:I would love a Wasteland 2 that was true to the original becoming a moderate success. I would probably have a heart attack if it became a wild success.
ThePlanner wrote:I put my money into Wasteland 2 because I trust you to create a great game. Full stop.
While I was too young for Wasteland, I was the perfect age for Fallout 1 and 2 and they became my all-time favourite computer games and have had a lasting influence on me.
The morning the Wasteland 2 Kickstarter campaign launched I put my money in and I've been taking great satisfaction in seeing the pledge tally quickly surpass the target and keep on climbing. However, I must say that despite my enthusiasm for this funding model and its promise of giving the most committed of fans a tangible role in the creation of the game they funded, I am also deeply wary of trying to please everyone.
krellen wrote:I still don't want a $20 million sequel. I don't think a big budget serves this genre very well.
I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.
Jasede wrote:Too bad, here we are lobbying for dog-marriage and a gay quota to ruin even your last glimmer of hope for a real RPG!
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