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Old 04-08-19, 18:48   #11
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Core Design never had enough time to develop anything
It's a miracle that Tomb4 is actually complete
You may be right. But I think they really didn't care about doing that for TR5.
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Old 09-08-19, 01:38   #12
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It's a miracle that Tomb4 is actually complete
considering the small team they were, im also wondering how the **** they made such a huge game in less than a year
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Old 09-08-19, 05:26   #13
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^lots of crunch times i assume. basically working 2 years within 1 year
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Old 10-08-19, 15:43   #14
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considering the small team they were, im also wondering how the **** they made such a huge game in less than a year
Well from what I know most members by the end were very well acquainted with the process.
That and to my knowledge as a small team they all shared opinions with each other and well, it traveled a lot faster.
Whereas nowadays critique probably takes a bit longer in bigger teams.

Regardless though, they were definitely under crunch.
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Do we know why TR4G was cancelled, by the way - was there a specific reason for it, or did it just not pan out? Was it because they were putting the level editor together?
I would say because of the whole Lara supposedly dying at the end thing. It would be out of place to have suddenly have her back in a gold edition. Gold editions have never gotten any real storyline or cinematics for that matter. It might have been possible that chronicles was the initial TRIV gold but that they decided to make a main title out of it because it would sell more.
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Old 11-08-19, 10:24   #16
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I would say because of the whole Lara supposedly dying at the end thing.
Oh you're probably right... it would have been hard to logically fit the gold storyline they came up with anywhere with the main game... all the golds before had storylines tying with the main games, whereas the Fountain of Youth one literally could be a full standalone title.
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the cancelled tr4 gold story should have been another chapter in chronicles.
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It's very difficult to say. I think without Chronicles, AoD may have turned out completely different. It may have had a different story, different locations, mechanics, everything. That being said, yes, however it would've turned out, I do think that its development would've been less troubled if the TR veterans had been allowed to work on it from day 1.
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The issue remains that Core found it overwhelming to work on a bigger project than what they're normally used to. But having them work on it from jump instead of depleting the experienced members into making TRC would have made them realize what they were doing wrong and tired to fix it sooner.

Not sure about the gold team, though. They made levels but how experienced were they in making a complete package? (story, cinematics, technical polish, adding new features). They could have split the work between gold team and the experienced team..I dunno, I dunno how they think Eidos are stupid.
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