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Offline kevglass

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« Reply #60 - Posted 2013-08-31 06:45:42 »

So the reasons LOY was how it was were totally intentional. It's a mobile game, you want to be able to put it down instantly and pick it up instantly. Turn based suits that very nicely.

I'm am looking at whether I want real time multiplayer or not but I sort of feel like it wouldn't be Legends then. Also multiplayer games lose some of the epic feel of LOY unless they're MMORPG - and I'm not going there Wink



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« Reply #61 - Posted 2013-09-01 00:48:26 »

I like how this just turned to LOY2. It used to be Sub-pixel animation, no?

Offline Herjan
« Reply #62 - Posted 2013-09-01 12:23:48 »

I'm am looking at whether I want real time multiplayer or not but I sort of feel like it wouldn't be Legends then. Also multiplayer games lose some of the epic feel of LOY

Sorry, maybe multiplayer games lose something in story mode (depends on game I think, NFS is something else than LOY), I think it would be awesome to play this game on the Ouya with other people.

If you want it or not, think at least about a battle mode, where I can destroy my 1-(3/7) friends in an arena Tongue

All the games I like to play have/are multiplayer, I just like to play against friends, and not ONLY against a computer or the ONLY thing you can do in a game is saving a princess. Multiplayer is never over and always fun, I mean smashing your friend down is always fun (and there are always other opponents, especially if its via internet).

Well, good luck anyways.
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« Reply #63 - Posted 2013-09-01 17:53:02 »

As RPGs go, I'm a fan of "real time you can pause at any time and give orders".  But it's definitely something that has to be designed in, so if the design is turn-based, turn-based it's gonna have to be.
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