Marketing as important part of early development Introduction I am not a marketing person myself and I have worked mostly in purchasing or financial in general. However, I have watched from aside when my colloques from marketing and sales do their job. Sometimes when I have paid those imo overpriced marketing bills, I have almost cried, because those prices can sometimes be quite insane. I have experience from startup companies as well and I am working in one right now, so I understand how for small indie-game studio it can be hard to make marketing right when funds are quite limited. So maybe we could focus on low expense marketing possibilities. Good start? Kickstarter was a little bit disappointment and I am sure devs were hoping much better result. Still it gave something to start build on. Some people had high hopes when NDA was lifted and they wished something great would happen. I was sceptical about the impact and unfortunately I was right. The Funding meter on website has … [Read more...] about Marketing as important part of early development
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Blizzard is capitalizing on the launch of Classic World of Warcraft this year as a way to bring players back into the subscription model from their favorite MMO. If you are already playing WoW, you are covered. Classic WoW will build the world before the massive success of Burning Crusade. Burning Crusade was the high time of WoW as it jumped well into the millions of players range over those years. However, many forget the early times, the struggles, and most of all the fun of attacking each other in PvP. Warcraft in its original form had a ton to offer MMOers, but will it hold up in today’s market? advertisement There was a version of vanilla WoW that existed for a long time on a shard or free-shard as we like to call them. It hosted a large community and did reasonably well. However, the executives at Blizzard shut it down to then launch their own. Rumors of about 50,000 interested people was the number and not a bad revenue for Blizzard going back to a classic … [Read more...] about Can Classic World of Warcraft Hold Up in Today’s Market?
There’s been another update in the long-running saga that is Greed Monger. Greed Monger is easily the most infamous MMORPG Kickstarter failure to date, having raised over $100,000 back in 2012 to build what the developers said would be a “crafting-focused sandbox MMORPG.” By 2015, the project imploded as devs abandoned it over a lack of funding, generating scam accusations from angry backers. Subsequent attempts to revive the game failed, but earlier this year, the original founder, Jason Appleton, resurfaced and vowed to reimburse Kickstarter backers with his newfound cryptocurrency fortune. (Appleton has his own account of the past few years of Greed Monger drama, primarily blaming incompetent lead developers, trolls, and the press for the failure of the game.) The problem was many Kickstarter backers claimed and claim they still haven’t received those refunds, and in May, Appleton railed at angry backers on Kickstarter, … [Read more...] about Greed Monger delays refunds again because of crypto market dips
I think it would be pretty neat with the way that this game works to have either a place of knowledge in inscription or a way for information to be passed down. This way you could help and be a benefit to other people. Not necessarily in every aspect of the game but there could be some ways to give information to other players. There could be interesting ways to give limitations to the system, including having very hard to gather materials, super high knowledge levels in other ways and/or unique items that allow the passing of information from one player to another. Another way this could be implemented is that we may not know, find out how to learn a skill because of the ubiquity of gaining skills and knowledge but there may be a way that we could inscribe or create items that give us a glimpse into why we learned an ability. Again, there should be huge limitations on this and in this case I would like to see it having many different parts in order to accomplish. Each of these parts … [Read more...] about Inscription / Fortuning skill
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