I don't dislike JD Straw. I don't consider him a liar.
...but frankly, I can't believe a subjective assessment of an unfinished product from a designer whose only other work I've played was Back to the Future: Episode 3. I don't think he WANTS to provide something that will disappoint other King's Quest fans, but I don't have faith that his own ideas or the demands of higher management or simple time crunch won't work to undermine that ideal. I am WATCHING the development, I am not entirely giving up on it nor am I going to directly insult anyone working on the project. But I do ask for the understanding that, as adventure gamers, we feel we have been shunned and burned too badly once already, that this company has yet to really prove itself with a Sierra franchise, and our skepticism leads us to want to see something substantial. The PR message has to be combined with advertising and gameplay-related press, as soon as these things can be released, featuring the various features and design philosophies that separate this from other Telltale games, Back to the Future ESPECIALLY.
Originally Posted by coolsome
If its so obscure that Dashing hasn't herd of it then no one has.