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Posted: May 25th 2009 1:33PM Nadril said

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Delays are a good thing most of the time, it allows the developer to polish more, but they still are disheartening to hear.


Not to mention it obviously doesn't always mean a good game. Just look at Darkfall, the game was in development for 9 years.

Posted: May 25th 2009 2:21PM Russell Clarke said

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It's a shame the makers of "Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete" didn't delay a bit longer to come up with a decent title for their game.

Posted: May 25th 2009 2:32PM (Unverified) said

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Methinks Russell Clarke woke up on the wrong side of the cave this morning.

Posted: May 26th 2009 6:00AM Russell Clarke said

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That's not true. I'm always grouchy no matter what side of the cave I wake up in.

I just don't understand why, if you're releasing a game to a Western Market, you can't do your bloody research and come up with a name that doesn't sound like it has been thrown together by randomly sticking a pin in a frikkin' dictionary.

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Posted: May 25th 2009 9:05PM Dblade said

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It's ironic that you chose a game by working designs for this, because they wound up polishing games too much. When you are a niche publisher releasing very niche games, delays aren't your friends. Sometimes you actually need to ship product to survive, and WD spent way too much effort on polishing up 80 dollar collectors editions and not enough time bringing over games, unlike Atlus.

Working designs no longer exists though they someday plan a comeback, so maybe its more a warning not to delay overmuch.

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