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March 8th, 2012, 03:06
Originally Posted by crpgnut View Post
I was thinking along the same lines, killias. Just because someone was an original doesn't mean they're still good. In computer time, Wasteland was written centuries ago. Do any of the devs have recent AND successful pedigrees?
They don't make em like that anymore. Even if he's totally jaded and burned out he's still got more creative talent than a a whole conference room full of the folks who call themselves game designers, these days. I never played Tunnels & Trolls but I remember reading the rule book in a hobby shop when I was a teenager and thinking it had a lot of potential. And thinking it took a lot of balls for somebody to try to do a better version of D&D, in 1975. Who has balls that big in the game industry now? They all just want "the user should click a button and see cool shit happen" gameplay. Ask them, they'll tell you so.
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