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Fine, you lazy descendants of monkeys! I'll do it myself. Following the discussion at the E3 2018 thread, which games do you think have aged well and which ones haven't? The ones that have aged well in my opinion: -every single Legend of Zelda games except for Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, never liked that one. -Fallout 1,2, Tactics -C & C: Red Alert 1,2 <-aged well?! Pfft, I wish a single developer out there would have the guts to create something similar... -Lucas Arts Adventure games...you know, back then when Telltale hadn't taken a huge dump on
This is really a general question about all Kickstarters, but it also applies very specifically to PoE. I see a lot of comments on not only PoE but DFA, etc., stating how criticism of the game is invalid because the person making the criticism is talking about features that would "invalidate" the feel and/or mission statement of the proposed game. For instance, lots of people wanted to be able to hold down the mouse to be able to move in Broken Age, as is modern convention in keyboard design, but others responded with "you're playing it wrong" or "but that's not how old games were made" or