Tacticular Cancer: We'll have your balls

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Game News Age of Decadence May Update

Discussion in 'RPG Codex News & Content Comments' started by VentilatorOfDoom, May 4, 2011.

  1. SuicideBunny (ノ ゜Д゜)ノ ︵ ┻━┻

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    Serpent in the Staglands Dead State Divinity: Original Sin
  2. Zed Funomancer Patron

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    Looks great! ITZ CUMMING!!!1 omggg
  3. Elwro RPG Codex Staff Patron

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    :rpgcodex:

    But seriously, looks fantastic, looking forward to it!
  4. empi Learned

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    they misspelt ITZ at the end of the clip.
    Other than that, looking pretty promising.
  5. commie Magister Patron

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    Not enough bloom.


    If this ever is released then I promise not to get the SKIDROW version but will pay for boxed version with all those old style goodies we used to get. So you'd better make such a version...
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    God, what a retard :retarded:

    That's what happens when you post at 4AM. Thanks Elwro! :love:
  7. shihonage You see: shelter.

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    Most impressive.
  8. SCO Arcane

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    Interrupts, critical death animations,

    Excellent all around. This game needs spamming everywhere.

    You should really get a steam account iron tower dudes. I hate it, but it's the best way to reach large amounts of pc gamers wanting to spend money for indies.
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    It's definitely come a long way, guys. :)

    Must be that polish I keep hearing about.
  11. Kraszu Liturgist

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    As for Steam, why rush the game there? Sell it from your website first collecting almost 100% of the price tag, it will not matter that the game will be few months old when it will hit the Stream or shop shelves.
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    Wow, did you guys imagine this game would ever look like this? This really is unexpected neatness. Just please, wait with the release after my exams in June :P
  13. Mrowak Prestigious Gentleman Arcane

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    So, today's Thursday... Where's my Game, VD?
  14. Vault Dweller Ubersturmfuhrer

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    Don't be a tool.

    I've never said anything about Steam. I've been using it for a long time, had zero problems with it, and have nothing but good things to say about it. It's a great service and we'll definitely consider it.
  15. Joe Krow Arbiter

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    Probably a bit late, but reporting my ongoing satisfaction with the progress of the game.

    Thank you for the update.
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    Then maybe it's time to start considering it, because the Soldak guy, creator of Din's Curse and Depths of Peril said that he tried multiple times to get Din's Curse on Steam but they refused.
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    Oh noes! What will we do now?

    I don't really care about Steam (in a "I don't expect it to perform miracles" sense) or other portals because I'm not sure that AoD has the right appeal to benefit from such exposure. Text-heavy, turn-based RPGs without monsters and magic don't tend to sell a lot, do they?
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    What you mean to say is that you don't know if Steam will still exist when AoD is released.
  20. Vault Dweller Ubersturmfuhrer

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    Good point. Why worry about it?
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    Uh, congrats, I guess?
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    I hope those fatalities got some nice crunchy sound too. That would be so satisfying.
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    How could they sell if there are none games like AoD on the market? If you would not even try then it will not sell for sure. What was the last game that feat your description? FO2? That sold well, at least let your game fail in sales before declaring decline. So what if popamole360 will sell 500x better then your game? The market is much bigger now, taking much smaller cut from it can be as big as mainstream cut in 1998. If you think that everybody who liked Fallout either visits codex or will not be interested in AoD then you are delusional.

    Your game could be pretty popular in Poland, and yes mostly because of people that don't visit the codex or other sources that could inform them about your game, but why believe somebody who actually lives there, you would be shocked if you would see how much shelve space there is for PC games in big shops, you would be paid more potatoes then you had seen in your life, you would be living like a king never being hungry again, and throwing away yesterdays potatoes to always eat the fresh ones.
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    not selling a lot on steam is still selling a fuckton when compared to indie self-distribution, though that depends largely on your price, plus it reaches a lot of regions you wouldn't reach otherwise, and impulse and gamersgate might only have a fraction of steam's users or reach, but a lot of their customers have "old-school" tastes due to stardock and paradox games generally appealing to those.

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