All I'm saying is by making Strange Brigade all about the supernatural,
it alienated the more grounded Rebellion fanbase that likes fighting the
greatest monster of all- the human being. Even the classic horror films
of the 1930s understood the value of The Most Dangerous Game...
say all this with nothing but admiration for Rebellion, with the hope
that if they ever consider returning to the two-fisted pulp era of the
1930s, they consider the genre that lives on to this day with the likes
of Indiana Jones, rather than the genre that Universal cannot even
manage to reanimate with the star power of Tom Cruise.
(And if you do ever consider your own BR, let me know- I've got a whole concept already mapped out :wink:)
In General - SB was crap: SB was targeted at the younger crowd who are easily please when visually stimulated and thus a profit is made: Its all about the projected market ad capital - not the players: However Rebellions diverse games - genres gives me hope in Developers and Publishers etcetera: Imagine Rebellion making a game EXACTLY like Bills Tomato Game in todays world?
The Children would go insane with the puzzle solving: I think I spent at least 2 years on that Game on my Amiga 500-1200 and Commodore 64k then 128k with expansion ram (in Kbs mind you) and high-end 5¼" floppy disk drive [backwards compatible to Commodore 64 BTW] LoL:
FYI - SOME of The Movie Titanic `CGI` was done via the Commodore Amiga computer GFX UI before it was ever released: