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Science fiction / Cyberpunk /Cybernetic adventure game?

posted by timofonic on - last edited - Viewed by 153 users

Hello.

Does Telltale is going to make a game of those underrated genres? Think about a mythical book or series of books (Ender Saga by Orson Scott Card? Hyperion?), or developing a story in collaboration with some really good science fiction writer.

I think it could be hand drawn high quality 2D or very well done 3D in my opinion.

Think about a coproduction with some company or developer doing adventure games too.

I'm happy if it's for Wii too :)

Regards.

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  • I don't understand the purpose of these threads, Telltale isn't going to make a game just because six or so forum members agree on it. There a buisness and are going to make something that they think will have mass apeal.

  • Err did anyone understand that at all? the first question was a complete mess and makes me upset.

    If you want a Sci fi Adventure game check out Beneath A Steel Sky, It is a little old but is one of my favourites.

  • @patters said: Err did anyone understand that at all? the first question was a complete mess and makes me upset.

    If you want a Sci fi Adventure game check out Beneath A Steel Sky, It is a little old but is one of my favourites.

    Sorry for my broken english, maybe there was something no the go or whatever.

    I played Beneath a Steel Sky, The Dig and many others (some of them by using ScummVM). I even played games like the Metroid Prime saga, isn't exactly an adventure game but has some elements of the genre and an awesome design and very enjoyable.

    I would like to know if Telltale just focuses on certain story genres or is open to very complex stories and characters like in certain science fiction novels.

  • Wut's this Bioshock thing you crazy kids are talking about lately?

  • @Zootch said: Wut's this Bioshock thing you crazy kids are talking about lately?

    Not an adventure game, But I do also recommend this, although the ending is a little weak

  • @Sausy Gibbon said: I don't understand the purpose of these threads, Telltale isn't going to make a game just because six or so forum members agree on it. There a buisness and are going to make something that they think will have mass apeal.

    yeah, like sam and max...or homestarrunner...or wallace and grommit...

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