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Resistanc3

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  1. I want a new Freelancer!! Spent some money on SOL: Exodus recently but it's just not enough...I want a AAA production with no compromises - or at least a well financed kickstarter.
  2. Ok, thanks for participating...so even here most of the folks want to sit back and enjoy the show. I take it only a few of the 87000 backers are active in the forum, hence the vast majority is waiting for emails from Tim anyway. It's a little surprising for me to be honest...I thought many who actually go into the forum want to be closer to the production. But I guess most of you are just like me: curious The kickstarter campaign was such a huge success - the game must be one as well! On my end I somehow feel the pressure growing within DF to deliver something awesome. Guess they are happy not all the backers storm the forum and demand something
  3. Hi, I keep wondering on how the Kickstarter backers might influence the final product and want to know what you think about it. Personally I feel it would be great to contribute with ideas but by no means want to influence the DFA too much. This is still a game made by an experienced group of people who asked us to contribute via Kickstarter to realize their vision of the game and not to do what the backers want - or am I wrong? Would be nice to have Tim or Ron or any member of the Team think: Hey that's a great idea! - but it would be terrible to have them think about what I want, maybe even feel pressured to move into a direction that they don't have in mind for the product just to satisfy the community. But what if the final product is not what the majority of us has hoped for? Most of the backers have played numerous adventure games for a long long time...maybe we, combined, even know better what is good for the game than the god's of point&click; adventures themselves? Let me know what you think, I believe in DF to make the right decisions but am really curious to see what the opinions are about this.
  4. well, at least i can copy the part with the setting...no, really, that's a good threat but maybe a little early without fixed setting - how can i judge the most suitable style or add to the story? I'll give it a try without much thought so take my appologies already sure the Team at DF will come up with something great anyway setting: something in space...not serious sci-fi but with a space station, a planet, ships, aliens, pirates, hookers, fortunists, corporations...a little criticsm of today's society put in a larger context, context wise maybe like in the simpsons intro where they zoom out til the next universe or the futurama where they forward time till the universe starts all-over again look: classical, like Deponia sound: lot's of musical background, background voice acting hint-system: yes difficulty: difficult but with well integrated riddles that one can solve with logical thinking ; some fun mini games ; some think-around-the corner for key riddles ; no simple pick up and deliver tasks please character ideas: the all-knowing AI
  5. something in space...not serious sci-fi but with a space station, a planet, ships, aliens, pirates, hookers, fortunists, corporations...a little criticism of today's society put in a larger context, context wise maybe like in the simpsons intro where they zoom out til the next universe or the futurama where they forward time till the universe starts all-over again
  6. a multi-dimensional toilet to flush all sorts of things
  7. Anyone still reading this thread? Ok, lately I've played "Lost Chronicles of Zerzura" - worth mentioning because the riddles are very well (!) integrated into the story! Quite impressive... For the past 10years I'd say: 1. Harveys new eyes (better than Edna?) - crazy but still logical ; nice artwork ; entertaining characters 2. Sam&Max; Season 1 + Season 3 - I simply like the humor and the crazy ideas + variety of the storyline 3. Deponia - a little short but else what I expect from a great adventure 4. Tales of Monkey Island - point&click;? it certainly still has a great adventure feeling but some annoying drawbacks (not enough variety) 5. Perry Rhodan - nice setting, story + it's sci-fi
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