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Playersideblog
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3/10/2014
Sir Jason Splendor the Third wrote:
Something fabulous.

That's not a prediction, that's an obvious statement of fact!


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    Lumpy Giraffes
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    3/13/2014
    The speculations of a AAA Fallen London RPG are probably wrong.

    But if they're right, I might die
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    "Many" Chin
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    3/15/2014
    i''m going to guess "jade empire: the card game" or "bioshock: the browser-based mmorpg"

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    Playersideblog
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    3/25/2014
    Y'know, a Fallen London-style Bioshock game would be pretty cool.

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    Pyrodinium
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    4/3/2014
    Playersideblog wrote:
    Y'know, a Fallen London-style Bioshock game would be pretty cool.



  • Failbetter, Would You Kindly create this game?

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    Snowskeeper
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    4/3/2014
    Three strange cities: Columbia, Rapture and London.
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    Playersideblog
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    4/4/2014
    Is a man not entitled to the sweat of his brow?

    "No!" says the hooded man, "it belongs to the machinations of industry."
    "No!" says the man with yellow eyes, "it belongs to the endless fires."
    "No!" says the man in Veilgarden, "it belongs to all of us."

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    David Lombard
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    4/4/2014
    Playersideblog wrote:
    Is a man not entitled to the sweat of his brow?

    "No!" says the hooded man, "it belongs to the machinations of industry."
    "No!" says the man with yellow eyes, "it belongs to the endless fires."
    "No!" says the man in Veilgarden, "it belongs to all of us."

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  • Slowcake told me... "Son... you're special. You were born to do notable things." And you know what? He was right.

  • It wasn't impossible to build Fallen London in the skull of a dead god. It was impossible to build it anywhere else.

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    5/5/2014
    stolen from the other thread: GOATS of the Old Rapture Republic!

    GREATEST GOAT-IMMERSION Game Of All Time!!
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    Snowskeeper
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    5/5/2014
    Would you kindly investigate a murder at the University?
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    Dr. Hieronymous Alloy
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    6/19/2014
    I'm gonna guess that Failbetter's doing the fiction for a steampunk setting FPS, possibly in the Fallen London setting but probably something independent but similar (just to keep the licensing and copyright issues simpler). It's a natural genre for Bioware to expand into but one that's surprisingly difficult to write well.

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    sir_sheepish
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    7/8/2014
    Tagging for excitement and follow up

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    Demut
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    9/28/2014
    Snowskeeper wrote:
    I think/hope/pray that the majority of gamers today are mature enough to accept an RPG based around more than stabbing things, etc.

    Errr, there’s lots of games proving just that.
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    SouthSea Rutherby
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    10/15/2014
    Snowskeeper wrote:
    My dream is that it'll be a fully-animated, first-person Fallen London RPG. I think/hope/pray that the majority of gamers today are mature enough to accept an RPG based around more than stabbing things, etc.


  • That said, I'm fine with pretty much anything Failbetter makes with Bioware. A Mass Effect game sounds awesome as well.



  • I would give anything to walk the streets of Fallen London and interact with it using a character all my own.
    I'd second this.



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    "Many" Chin
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    10/15/2014
    i usually don't associate mass effect fanboys with maturity though. they tend to be the same idiots who post the most shallow comments on let's play videos of earlier fallout games... just because they're not real 3D AND IN HD GRAPHIX!!!

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    Demut
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    10/25/2014
    Uh, is there such a thing as mature fanboys?
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    Snowskeeper
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    10/25/2014
    Demut wrote:
    Snowskeeper wrote:
    I think/hope/pray that the majority of gamers today are mature enough to accept an RPG based around more than stabbing things, etc.

    Errr, there’s lots of games proving just that.



    How many RPGs are there with a core mechanic that doesn't revolve around combat?
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    Ben
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    10/26/2014
    Paranoia?

    It's about [REDACTED].

    Honestly, if I told you any more, you'd have to report for reprocessing.
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    Snowskeeper
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    10/27/2014
    Yeah, but that's TBT. I was referring to VRPGs, which was more obvious in context.
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    "Many" Chin
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    10/30/2014
    ^don't get what kind of context you're referring to. you mentioned mass effect as an example. that's mostly played by fanboys of shooter games. the combat system is more 1st-person shooter than rpg. or rather a shooter game with minimum rpg elements slapped on it. and the plot progression is very much linear ,with cosmetic decisions that are of little consequence.

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