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Old 16-06-19, 10:38   #104
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Originally Posted by iWANEX View Post
Wouldn't it be better to have a big budget so that the game's overall quality is among the best out there and at the same time have more classic mechanics merged with new and exiting content so that both sides can be pleased?
Not for me. Reboot/Rise/Shadow tried that but didn't execute the more classic mechanics well enough. It took 3 games to get decent underwater swimming for gods sake. TR1/Legend had that from the start.

I'd rather them have a smaller budget with a smaller team working on a true Tomb Raider game that focuses on the original design but also allows for casual gamers to play too.

Just because it has a smaller budget doesn't mean the quality would suffer.

Originally Posted by iWANEX View Post
Not only casuals wouldn't pay for a game that is completely like the classics .
You don't know that. Crash and Spryo has done it.

Originally Posted by Samz View Post
To be blunt, yes the series needs a budget.

But not a massively inflated one that they have to make up for by removing everything that made the series unique for mass appeal.
I agree!
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