I have to dig deep into my inner optimist to even say this but has any one considered that maybe the goal was to test how big of a reaction a firefly game could get with first a small low risk mobile game, and if the demand is big enough then follow it up with a bigger maybe even triple A title?Stevepinto3 said:Oh great. They'll cancel the show and never even consider bringing it back, but they'll definitely milk it for what's destined to be a crappy mobile tie-in game.
Just another reminder that we live in a world where IP means "cash flow" and not a work of art made with passion.
I was also going to start my post with the same sign of disgust.Nazulu said:Ugh. Really?
To be entirely fair, one of the primary reasons it didn't get an audience is because the executives at Fox were actively trying to sabotage it so they didn't need to keep spending money on it.Grape_Bullion said:I never really got the appeal of Firefly, and neither did an audience big enough to keep it around. Throw it into an MMO and make it only available for phones? Whoever thought this would be successful should be drug out into the street and shot.
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