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I just posted a challenge on the Greenlight discussions( Steamcommunity.com ), pretty much just because I like watching One Finger Death Punch battles.
I've also mentioned that I would ask you to add a replay function into the demo. Youtube videos of a challenge, to me, seems like a good approach to drawing more attention to the game. Additionally I'd like to ask if there is a chance you could promote the challenge.
This kinda feels like a long shot to me. But considering with the replay function there will be potentially more submissions, if it's not too time consuming to implement it, this is a very effective way to show the people that you care about your community. It's a win-win, right?
I think I speak on behalf of all the people who enjoyed the first demo if I say thank you for having working gamesaves and a ball we can kick in our enemy's direction without having to pay for the game.
Would be nice if you actually started a fire with the burning vehicle
Could you elaborate as to why boobytrapping the grave itself isn't an option, but boobytraps around the grave is?
If someone loots your grave I think it's "real" enough if they wire the opening mechanism to an alarm system, for example.
I understand you don't have the funds of a big studio, which is more the reason to use your time and money more wisely. Making the game alone isn't going to cut it because people won't even know it exists.
Development diaries are a good initiative, and you'll be much better off spending more time on that, even if it means cutting down a bit on the actual development.
This is not a matter of anything meeting my standards or not. It's about optimising your resources.
Just to be clear, I'm not trying to belittle your project, if I was I'd just tell you to quit right now.
If you want people to watch and be properly informed by a development diary, I would suggest to start over with more preparation. There is no sign of enthousiasm, and what's worse is the constant pauses to look at the notes. The least you can do is edit them out, and preferably record the diary more than once so you have more choices to put into it.
Right now I'm looking at a PR disaster. I'm sorry for being so blunt, but if all of your future diaries will release with this kind of effort you're going to lose out on quite a lot of potential customers.
I don't mean to be rude, but do you intend to bore people with this video?