The USSFC is losing hope and losing the war, but the poorly equipped Legion are losing soldiers fast. This is the desperate last struggle of two clashing armies... This is Crimson Crow.
On May 2nd, Crimson Crow was officially announced deceased. Well it seems some behind the scenes handiwork and a few members refusing to give up cause a spur of revival.
Posted by ninjadave on Jul 9th, 2010
On May 2nd Crimson Crow was pronounced dead and a postmortem was typed pointing out the production's downfalls and problems.
Ironically, the tutorial was called 'If it had to be done all over again...", and yet it is. A member on the team, FoTacTix, refused to let the project die. I was reluctant to be the team leader again, mostly because of a lot of personal stress, and so I resigned the position to FoTacTix. I will now be contributing some PR here and there.
A lot of inconsistencies plagued the original development, so now things are going to be done right. The Game Design Document is going to have a total over-haul, a large variety of art assets are to be re-done, and a full team is to be formed.
I can say anything with complete certainty right now, except that you can say goodbye to the ol' Torque engine.
Original groundwork called for Co-operative game-play and some class based stuff. What would everyone like to see in a re-built Crimson Crow? Anything from the original Crimson Crow media you would definitely like to see carried over to the new?
Any thoughts, opinions, comments, or questions are greatly appreciated.