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#1 3 years ago

So, I think it's pretty clear that we won't be getting a KOTOR 3 anytime soon. Given that it has been ten years since its last installment, I personally would be extremely surprised if it ever happens.

That bitter pill out of the way, with a fan base so large and present on the web, why is it not reasonable to think KOTOR 3 could be a fan made project? Before the devil's advocate and his nay saying buddied pick me to pieces; I think with good management, a clear vision, and s##t ton of work, it would be very doable. I'm not just talking, I would put in the work and be willing to take the lead on many aspects of the project. LET'S DO IT!

I welcome any and all constructive feedback. Thanks for looking.




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#2 3 years ago

[COLOR=Blue]I would welcome this project. But the difficult part is finding the monetary resources. For a true KotOR 3, I would suspect the funding alone could be more than a half a million dollars. How would you suggest funding this? [/COLOR]


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#3 3 years ago

Firstly, thanks for your reply.

In my mind, crowd funding would be the way to go. There are obviously some sticky issues and slippery slopes here I won't get into right now. With a core team that is fully capable of pulling it off, a clearly stated vision of the major elements, and someone beyond trustworthy to handle the money, I could see this really working.

Of course any other ideas or suggestions are welcomed. No doubt, there are some mammoth hurtles here, but as wise man once said, “do or do not, there is no try.”




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#4 3 years ago

[COLOR=Blue]So basically, you want to go with the Steam Early Access method? After the disastrous release of KotOR2 when it was still only half-finished, I don't generally agree with releasing an unfinished game. But I will grant you that Steam has some Early Access games that are simply amazing, Kerbal Space Program being the example that comes to my mind. [/COLOR]


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#5 3 years ago

The more I think about it, taking any money for something like this doesn't seem like a good idea. Either ethically or legally. I'm really not all that familiar with how Steam does things.




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#6 3 years ago

[COLOR=Blue]Basically, you buy the game when the game is still in Alpha. Your feedback allows the game to evolve over time. Bug fixes, what you want to see in the game, what works, what doesn't work, it all depends on player feedback. And since you already paid for the game, you never need to pay anything more as the game evolves. Please see this page. [/COLOR]


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