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Daedalic has been sold again

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The new owners are the old founders. I’m curious what they’re going to do with it now. I want to hope for a few classic adventures, but I don’t dare.

     

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Well that sounds interesting. What’s the source?

     

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Well… Interesting. Funny thought, remember when the company was first sold and we were assured nothing would change? Oh well. Hoping for the best (and a couple more magical adventures).

     
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I just bought a game published by them. Dead Synchronicity. It’s pretty good, got some great reviews.

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Yeah it is good. It needs a sequel though, and AFAIK they are presently working on a sequel without daedalic.

     
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Oh good, I hear the ending is kinda abrupt so a 2nd game could help out with that.

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Last I heard is there was a second part ongoing. Wheter it will be released and before or after Blackenrock or Asylum who knows…

     
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sell-outs

     
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LittleRose - 19 May 2020 09:41 AM

The new owners are the old founders. I’m curious what they’re going to do with it now. I want to hope for a few classic adventures, but I don’t dare.

Okay, so I’ve not played a ton of Daedalic games, but can you give me an example of a game the old founders made?

versus a game that is made under the other owners?

I really like Chains of satinav.  and when I eventually beat it, I’m looking forward to the ‘sequel?’

And deponia seems fun, but I didn’t get very far.

But then I played “Randal’s monday” game and I was really disappointed.

I tried to play state of mind, but my pc just won’t run it (well it starts, but the lag and skipping is unplayable.  I clearly don’t have a powerful enough pc).  It seems kind of weird because my PC is not great, but it’s a not a busy game, and it’s very ‘stylized’ so I thought that it would be easier to run than games trying to be more photorealistic.  Maybe it is optimization issues, or maybe the engine is really demanding?

Origami - 22 May 2020 09:13 PM

sell-outs

Is it not considered a good thing that the old founders own their company again?  I don’t know a lot about the context for this story.

 

     

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Celebreon - 23 May 2020 09:44 PM

Okay, so I’ve not played a ton of Daedalic games, but can you give me an example of a game the old founders made?

You played all their bad games. If I played Randal’s Monday I would have given up on them instantly, so I applaud you for persisting.

Best ones are Whispered World, Edna & Harvey, Night of the Rabbit.

     

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Randal’s Monday was not developed by daedalic, they published it. (Personally I really liked it, but I understand it’s… Not for everybody) Pretty much when people talk about not-current daedalic games, it’s games that are in the style of point and click adventures. As of this moment they don’t really make that type of adventure any more. (All of the deponias are great IMO)

     

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