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Xocrates

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  1. We've had exclusive access to the documentary for years, we had more than our money worth. Definitely go for it.
  2. Those are not mutually exclusive. I too got stuck there for a long time because it never occurred to me to perform that action (or why it should work).
  3. You can beat Monkey Island in about an hour if you know what you're doing. And that isn't a exception, that's the norm for pretty much every adventure game I've ever played. Length-wise, it seems fine for half the game, at worst it's maybe a bit too easy which makes it seem shorter than it is. (he says while stuck on Vella's side of things).
  4. Which they never did. That information was targeted at us backers, who knew about that long ago. That someone leaked that information wasn't Double Fine mishandling it. If they really expected that not to reach the public then they are seriously naive. As SurplusGamer noted, not only nothing had leaked previously, but that included the original announcement of the budget problems which was far worse than what's going on now since at the time they didn't have a clear plan to get the money. That the current issue is even perceived as a problem is due entirely to the spin you put on the news. That most gaming news sites chose to report as if DF was out of money and begging for more is what caused the uproar, not the news that an early access version would be available to purchase in January with proceedings being used to polish the final version (i.e. what many kickstarter projects are doing).
  5. Which they never did. That information was targeted at us backers, who knew about that long ago. That someone leaked that information wasn't Double Fine mishandling it.Also, the promise in the kickstarter was to show the sausage being made. Well, they did.
  6. Hmm... t'is a tricky one indeed. None of the names on the poll really quite click, though I've voted for Monster's Craddle as being perhaps the most evocative. I kind of like "Parallel Lives", as Jacka mentioned. I ended up submitting "Rubicon". It has connotations of crossing over, and point of no return, while still being both uncommon and short.
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