How do you guy's think Dead Frontier 2 will turn out?
I'd say you'll look like one of your zed creations trying to make it nice, if ye don't take care of yourself :v you're doing excellent via early stages, and I think it'll turn out even better with enough effort. Keep it up~
Well, hey, I appreciate that LordVonwiggly! We work hard here and your compliments mean a lot.
It has HUGE potential to be a shining standout in light of the recent BR genre over-saturation. Definitely a game I've been itching for for a while now. Usually not a fan of grind-fests but something about the gameplay formulation is engaging and addicting so ignore the negative reviews in that aspect. There is always room for improvement but people have a hard time understanding that devs have other priorities before they can even consider working on the endless supply of the community's feature "ideas".
From a business analyst perspective allow me a small advice ramble:
I know this ain't your first rodeo and I know you know way more to game dev and publishing than I and but...
Keep that communication going with the community as much as you can! As of late the transparency has been amazing, the community loves that stuff. It keeps us engaged and committed to a game where we feel like we are part of a team. I've seen a few games recently lose steam too fast which could have been mitigated if communication was given. Avoid that pitfall if at all possible.
If working on a feature or bug fix let the fans know!!! Have an announcement in-game or slap together a reddit post. Under-promise and over-deliver is the motto. Avoid the "whats your logic behind this?" questions as someone in the community is bound to tear you a new one and it will give an opportunity for others to jump on that (negative)"constructive criticism".
Regardless communication is key, good or bad news we will always appreciate it.
With that said awesome job with the game so far, I look forward to playing it everyday.
Hello Colossus Shadow,
I believe you've confused us with the development team. We are in charge of the Wikia, but the developer is Neil Yates. I can pass this message onto him, and I'm sure he appreciates your kind words. I'm glad you're enjoying the game, as am I. Have a great day, bud.
Well that's embarrassing thanks for letting me know!
Hey, it's quite understandable. A lot of people do it, thank you though.
What do you think?