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General / Re: TSL Updates!
« Last post by Shalkar on February 02, 2020, 01:47:13 PM »
I suppose the project is dead sigh  ???
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General / Re: TSL Updates!
« Last post by calmlunatic on February 01, 2020, 03:58:44 AM »
Happy February to the Development Team! Have a great winter season!
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Gaming Talk / Re: Gabriel Knight 1 vs Remake - Easter Eggs & References
« Last post by Signore Buchelli on February 01, 2020, 03:07:10 AM »
Thank you very much for the correction!  :)
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General / Re: TSL Updates!
« Last post by GrahamRocks! on January 27, 2020, 05:18:10 PM »
... *is just looking around at all the fighting and arguing and frustration and just shaking her head*
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General / Re: TSL Updates!
« Last post by ShiftingBalance on January 26, 2020, 06:06:33 PM »
TSL is, necessarily, always going to take a back seat to products and services that will help Phoenix pay its bills. TSL is a volunteer fan project, as it's always been, and Phoenix is first and foremost a business.

While I understand that, a quick progress update once in a while can't hurt anything. I still feel like they used us, the fans to build their commercial business and now they can't even give us updates anymore. If I knew that episode 5 was ever going to be released I might be more inclined to try their other games because I find TSL quite good and their paid games are probably also good. But we can't even get yearly updates anymore. Has it been worked on at all this last year? I don't know.
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General / Re: TSL Updates!
« Last post by ThunderChild on January 25, 2020, 12:53:34 PM »
ThunderChild, please refrain from making any more Half-Life comparisons. It seems like Half-Life is all you ever talk about. It's annoying. And speaking of annoying...
If I choose to compare it with Half-Life, which is pretty much the same situation, I remain free to do so!

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I honestly don't blame POStudios for not interacting with their fanbase more if this is how the fans are going to act.
This is what happens when you a) don't show anything and/or b) don't speak to your customers/loyal fanbase anymore. It is due to us, the fanbase, that Phoenix got to this point where they are now and after (almost) a year without anything from them towards us, the fanbase, don't be surprised when that same fanbase are deciding to leave this one "as is" and move to other games. Even you declared that it is in their best interest to give us an update and the holiday season was a very good opportunity to do so. Instead, the silence remained deafening, so where does that leave them and us ??

Also, since you are not a moderator here: please don't act like one. You are just a regular user here, just as me !! Agree with me or disagree with me but don't act as if you are running the show here. It is disrespectful just because you do not agree with it !!
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General / Re: TSL Updates!
« Last post by Numbers on January 25, 2020, 12:34:59 PM »
ThunderChild, please refrain from making any more Half-Life comparisons. It seems like Half-Life is all you ever talk about. It's annoying. And speaking of annoying...

*** This project is dead !! ***

Yelling in a huge font doesn't make you look authoritative. It makes you look petulant. I honestly don't blame POStudios for not interacting with their fanbase more if this is how the fans are going to act.
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General / Re: TSL Updates!
« Last post by Enchantermon on January 25, 2020, 08:36:21 AM »
To be fair to Valve though, Half-Life is their flagship, and as such it's always been used to push and introduce new technology and ideas. In Half-Life, it was scripted sequences in an FPS. In HL2, it was physics. In HL2:LC, it was HDR. In HL:A, it's VR. While the price tag of the latter is admittedly quite steep in comparison, they're still following their pattern previously established. Sucks for those of us heavily invested in the story of Half-Life, though.

Returning to the main point of the discussion, however, there's a big difference between Valve and Phoenix: Valve can sell Half-Life and Phoenix cannot sell TSL. It's the same point that's been made over and over again: TSL is, necessarily, always going to take a back seat to products and services that will help Phoenix pay its bills. TSL is a volunteer fan project, as it's always been, and Phoenix is first and foremost a business.

So I will wait, watch this page, and hope that there's another update in store for us at the end of the month. :) I do agree that a yearly progress report would be great, even if there isn't a lot to say. It was very encouraging to see the blog post last year.
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