For all of you out there who call Ben a greedy bastard, you have to see it from his eyes. He has a vision, and in order to make it better, it isn't cheap at all, and I'm sure he devotes more time and effort to this than most of you devote to your everyday jobs. This is his artistic passion and dream, and if at any time he wants to start charging you for his work, more power to him. An artist has to start somewhere, but once they get where they need to be, they need to start asking for money to keep up the quality, otherwise you will see his work deteriorate. Good job, Ben, Keep up the good work.
Cheers buddy. For 4 years I worked on Exmortis 3 on-and-off. I ended up logging over 2000 hours of development time in the final year alone. As I have said many times previously, if it weren't for me being employed to develop the game commercially - there is no way in hell it could have been made without delivering a sub-standard product.
For those of you who purchased the game and/or stuck with me all this time - thank you for the support and for making it possible to deliver my vision.
For those of you who are disappointed or angered by the decision to make this a commercial title, I understand and I empathize with you. I hope you can understand why the series had to evolve in this manner.
But for those of you who hide behind anonymity and only seek to fuel the internet hate machine with pointless vitriol... I have no time for you. Enjoy your sad empty little lives.
Ending made laugh at how hard that game was =)
I acyually really liked this game! All I could think was, "Die little ones, DIE!!!!" Awesome
One word. Amazing
Although it was simple, this is one of the better rythym games I have played. The song really touched me. I was close to tears!
I give this a 10/10 because it was flawless. It let you change the controls, and it had really awesome songs! Keep it up!
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