To my knowledge its usually the parent company who blames the developement team for any mess up. Quite frankly the amount of revenue that this product would generate would far outway the need for it to be perfect. Besides, who's ever heard of a perfect product being released without their being holes in the storyline?? I mean how many trek based and wars based titles have got such a poor storyline that all thats left is the gameplay?? I personally want to see this title for myself and anyway. There are so many excellent modders out there that any flaws in the game would be a matter of fixing (lol, mind you. Perhap JoWood have never heard of a thing called a "game patch")
Well the game is un-cancelled, so thats good news. Bad news is the chance that wait will likley be extended.
Is everyone sure that this game isn't being cancelled.:confused: I really, really,really, want this game coming out. It something to look forward to before Star Trek: Online.:uhoh: Also, will they make a Atlantis game. That would be swwwweeeeetttttt!!!!!:bows:
Not upto their expectations they say? The graphics blew me away and the Multi-Player modes sounded very unique! Fark man...
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But while the ruling is clear, the future of Stargate SG-1: The Alliance is not. On August 5, JoWood claimed that it is the sole rights-holder to the game and had taken possession of all its source code and assets. But just one week later, Perception put out its own press release, saying it is "the official licensee of MGM on Stargate SG-1: The Alliance" and that "any suggestion that JoWooD has rights to Stargate SG-1: The Alliance upon termination of the contract is incorrect and not based on commercial or legal fact." Perception also said it was continuing work on the game unabated.
The set release date (supposedly) is February 1st, 2006.
Thats good news, My only hope is that it isn't shoved on board the Next Gen. bandwagon