David Lancaster wrote:Welcome!
May I ask why the 48 hours?
HenryMorgan wrote:Here's the deal. I have several years experience designing a mmorpg (Not programming - graphically
designing how the site would look, also i can do some art, and i have several other resources that
could help get a site going) - I Need A Programmer who feels God is calling them to develop a Christian mmorpg.
VideoGamer.com: With WoW doing so well, it proves that it's a great idea.
FP: It would be a lot of work! [laughs]. But the thing you have to remember about the MMO genre, especially now that the bar is set by games like World of Warcraft, WoW has been in development since, in some shape or form, 1999. There's people on the WoW team that have been on that team for nine years. So there's nine years of technology and story and content that are created, so the bar for entry into the MMO genre, whether it's Blizzard or someone else, is very high as a result. So you're dealing with a market where games have nine years invested in them. And so to look at StarCraft and say well we could make an MMO out of that. Well yeah, but how many years would we have to invest in it to create the quantity of content and the quality of experience that would be required to meet just the minimum standard that's set by the games that are out there right now?
Mene-Mene wrote:I know that Jari is still pursuing it, and is pursuing a cheaper provider...
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