Wildman video explains RTS and action RPG sandwich

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By on January 27, 2013 at 11:39 am

I have a friend who enjoys Vegemite and orange marmalade sandwiches. “Those two things do not go together,” I have advised her, but she munches grimly on. Am I missing something? Analogously, do I just not understand how Gas Powered Games’ crowdfunded action RPG Wildman manages to shoehorn strategy elements in? Let’s both watch this video purporting to explain the genre mish-mash and find out. Wildman has accumulated $320,000 of its $1.1 million Kickstarter goal with 20 days to go; new $5 and $10 reward tiers are available.

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If you sit through it, there are some cool bits to it, but its nothing like what got me to put money down for star citizen

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LuHNXTN–0

I think he is expecting to much for a bunch a paper drawings, the actual ingame stuff I have seen so far looks like a diablo clone and not appealing.

 
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They’ve really started pumping out technical content now, it’s getting quite interesting. I’m interested to see what happens with the project mercury thing

 
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