Very nice post Florent. It's nice to read your words on this development. I'm sure you're doing all you can to make things work for the best.Florent wrote:... those moves are to keep Forever and that this game should survive the release of TM2. And from my point of view, I would like players to have both shortcuts on their desktop. There is value in both games from my point of view and the gameplays are all differents.
Considering the 1000s of high quality tracks I already enjoy in TMUF, I'm not going to just throw that all away when TM2 comes out. although I'll be uber-curious to check out the new game as well.
There's plenty of fun to be found in TMUF for years to come. I'm glad Nadeo Team sees it this way as well.
How true!Florent wrote:If players does not buy TMU because of TM2 coming, I think they are making a mistake. Both are good games from my point of view
Well, I can't speak to TM2 being good, but considering it will have different environments and be a different game entirely... why would it "replace" TMUF. It's just another game to add to the repertoire. Sure TMUF is some years old now, but gameplay is still insanely fun, and when it comes down to it, thats what really matters in a game, not the graphics or lighting effects, etc.
TMUF is still a great investment when comparing hours of fun to amount of money spent.
Looking forward to seeing what's next.