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37. Re: Black Isle Studios Name Revived Aug 23, 2012, 03:59 Prez
 
Alamar wrote on Aug 22, 2012, 15:42:
Prez wrote on Aug 22, 2012, 14:03:
Just like in the case of Blizzard nowadays, the name means nothing. It's who is behind it. I'll wait for the original Black Isle developers to release some kickstarter projects.

I think your 'solution' is just as ignorant as your complaint...

What I mean is... Even if you got 'the whole team' back together to make something, doesn't mean what they put it isn't going to be shit...

Explained another way, it's just fixating, or minimalizing other important contributors, such as timing, funding, the market in general, the weather, etc...

Plus, you're really just saying the name of a developer/celebrity matters, which is precisely what you're saying doesn't... I'm a big Edward Norton fan, for example, but he has some (recent) crappy movies, and his personal performance is substandard...

-Alamar

I read and re-read your reply three times and - not trying to be a dick here - I haven't got a clue what you are talking about. The only thing that made sense was the extremely self-evident concept that a new game might not necessarily be as awesome. Well duh!

I'm betting I have an infinitely better chance of seeing a REAL follow-up to the original Planescape or Fallout games via kickstarter. That's it.
 
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