This is one of the few games that actually merit early access. Feature complete, but with such a massive combination of possible creatures, item, spell, etc interactions that developer testing alone wouldn’t be able to find every nook and cranny in a reasonable time frame. Also, for the cheap jerks out there (not me… of course…)… Do you plan on any sort of supporter discount for those that own the original?
I am willing to pay up to 40$ for this game but don’t get me wrong Zack, if other people get it for 15$ and I have to pay 40$ I might take it a little hard. I’d still pay the $40 but probably grumble angrily while I enter my payment info. Anyway great chat guys. Keep up the good fight, I’m glad to see such swift progress.
Agreed! Siralm 2 definitely has more entertainment values (i.e., provides more hours of quality entertainment) than many games with a sticker price of $40 (or more).
I wouldn’t hesitate to pay $40 for Siralim 2. (Not that I am recommending that price point, but based on the quality of Siralim 1 and the information in the Devlogs, it is clearly worth $40.)[/quote]
That price might scare away people who are not familiar with the siralim games.
I myself only have like $24… :-[
I’ve been ignoring sales of other games I have been just as eager to get in favor of this, this is the closest it will get for me to replacing the dragon quest monsters games (joker 3, terry’s wonderland and monsters 2 remake for the 3ds… not coming to the US at all…) :’(