RANT INCOMINGpulpcitizen escribió:I am not the only one making these observations about lack of communication, as others have done so privately and publicly (look at the original KS campaign for evidence of the latter). That you are happy with the status quo is great, but not everyone feels the same, similarly I do not assume everyone is frustrated by the lack of communication.
The time issue is something Carlos has chosen to do as he has pursued an more ambitious pack of content than originally planned. So why not say that in a brief post sometime sooner in the past 6 months?
We want to keep everyone informed about the development of the rewards. In the next fifteen days we will have finished the Perfect World Guide. Meanwhile, we will go on working on the physical rewards, and we hope that they will be ready to send in less than two months.
I full-on agree with you. This is not the way to do a campaign, six months of silence does not help anyone.
In fact, it gives the impression of an abandoned project, which is what I thought it was happening. Since I started playing Anima, I have found odd that Carlos/Anima Project works on so many fronts with so little resources (at first glance, the team of Anima Project has always been small). At first, it was the RPG line, the miniature line and the cards line.
Now, they seem to be working on: Nameless DLC, the publisher thing, new books, new miniatures, Luminous Echo and the Christmas Fan Constest.
I really think that Anima Project should really center itself on fullfiling schedules and promises, instead of expanding and expanding with more work that, at the end, pushes everything further down the line. The expansion of the Nameless DLC is all right, but I must admit that I'm not waiting for it, but for new books for the RPG line.
It's already bad that the only real book that furthers the RPG line is a Kickstarter exclusive which most people don't have access to, but now I feel that those that only care about the RPG line (after all, most people that I personally know found Gate of Memories to be a bad game and we're more excited for the PWG that the game itself) have to wait more and more because Anima Project take decisions without care.