I just dont get it...

#1caywezy7Posted 4/23/2013 5:44:59 PM
Why on earth would SSM just abandon the game like this? I mean, this game has sooo much potential. Seth even said he was suprised on how many players were coming back to play the game. Why not take advantge this? Jeez, im gonna tweet ssm and see what they say.
#2lobonoPosted 4/23/2013 5:47:33 PM
They basically did the same thing to Starhawk.
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#3MyZombieFianceePosted 4/23/2013 5:49:23 PM
It had potential.

The fact that the game is almost solely relying on constant DLC and glitch-removing patches means its on its last legs. SSM is going to focus on what they feel is important.

*coughgodofwarcough*
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#4RainbowsaurusPosted 4/23/2013 5:50:24 PM
It was definitely a bad to time to drop the game on SSM. Ascension is still new, so of course they're more focused on doing things with that than with this.
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#5wwinterj25Posted 4/23/2013 6:01:37 PM
They haven't dropped the game apparently but news obviously will be slow because as already said SSM are busy with God of War: A. Sure things take time to create but they should at least inform us what is coming.
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#6Q_BlahPosted 4/23/2013 7:30:43 PM(edited)
Not expecting to see much at all until the end of the year or maybe even next year.
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#7SelitePosted 4/23/2013 7:56:17 PM
Money.
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#8Q_BlahPosted 4/23/2013 8:09:04 PM
Selite posted...
Money.


Yes, money. Many game companies nowdays don't care much about quality anymore. It's time&quantity over quality. If it doesn't generate much money, goodbye.
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#9gameghy555Posted 4/23/2013 8:28:17 PM
Seth Killian is a **** bag. No joke. As soon as I found out that SuperBot was let go but Seth gets to stay, I realized it was a simple contract and fire tactic. Basically, SMS hired someone to quickly make a product (get some DLC since DLC is the formula for games now a days), then fire them so SMS don't have to pay SuperBot anymore.

SuperBot probably just chose to patch along the way since they had to make patches for DLC.

I see this all the time with contracts for software development.
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#10EsperStarrPosted 4/23/2013 8:54:14 PM
gameghy555 posted...
Seth Killian is a **** bag. No joke. As soon as I found out that SuperBot was let go but Seth gets to stay, I realized it was a simple contract and fire tactic. Basically, SMS hired someone to quickly make a product (get some DLC since DLC is the formula for games now a days), then fire them so SMS don't have to pay SuperBot anymore.

SuperBot probably just chose to patch along the way since they had to make patches for DLC.

I see this all the time with contracts for software development.


You're kind of misinformed....
Seth didn't "get to stay"...
He was hired as a lead of SSM not Superbot...
He came in while Superbot was like already making the game.
So if Sb gets canned or not....Seth is apart of a totally different team.