Remembers The North,
20 Year Member
- Dec 29, 2000
A game of such magnitude that (before kickstarter) it would need a company to support its development. I don't really care how well games have done, or are projected to do. If a game can't happen the old fashioned way, maybe it wasn't meant to be. I still think hundreds of thousands in donations sets a dangerous precedent for things to come. Anyway, I'm not going to argue, I'm pretty set with my opinion.
So what you're referring to is the scope of the game, being a somewhat open world experience and all of that.
Well, that is true. If Shenmue III is to have any hope of living up to the expectations of the market, it can't be like Shenmue or Shenmue II. And a game that's going to cost as much as this can't just appeal to the DC fans that played the first two and the pittance of Xbox players that experienced it.
I hope it comes out and is better and bigger than any other semi open world game ever made. I really do.