« on: 31 Dec 2011, 16:49 »
We are going o feature your review on our IA SQ Press Release Thread. Thanks so much.
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I call bullshit. All AGI games run perfectly fine on all modern PCs, and with the several free interpreters available they also run perfectly fine on Macs, Linuxes and Gameboys. Even getting KQ5/6 to run isn't all that hard.
It's honest to say that you remade KQ3 because it's a cool game and you wanted to. It's dishonest to say that you remade KQ3 because fans can no longer run classic games on contemporary computers. I'm sure you see the pattern here.
It's honest to say that KQ3v has some bugs and they'll be fixed soon. It's dishonest to say that it's normal for a newly released game to have this many bugs, or that AGDI's games had just as many bugs
Bottom line? I respect people who work hard and manage to complete a major game project. I also respect people who are competent in their field, and/or who seek feedback to improve their skills in that field. What I do not respect is people who attempt hide their flaws behind false statements, or who delete disagreeing posts from their forum.
I'm enjoying the game. I'm really impressed!. king's quest 3 agi was actually the 1st adventure game i ever played.
i love some of the backgrounds, great job there. portraits are also anatomically correct, which was something kq I and II vga didnt get right, although, the portraits doesn't really fit in with the game. but they look and animate really awesome. i love the logo of infamous adventures. with the wolf howling. looks really professional (except the wolf could have moved a bit better, but i know its hard to animate animals. )
don't worry about radiant, his game is coming along very nicely, and might i add he actually had to write is own story and puzzles. and design a whole game. thats why his game might take a bit longer.