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[Seven Dragon Saga] And in developer resurrection today...... SSI as TSI
NONESENSE. I'm talking about the golden age here. You know..... the REAL good stuff.
Ah, lets just do this
*The hobo opens his coat to reveal*
So, which developer people seemed to care about that one time is making this?
Multiple actually. All of them once worked at a developer and publisher called SSI (Strategic Simulations Inc.). Formed in the late 70's the company wanted to bring wargames to the digital world. Over the years they developed tons of games, most famous the Gold Box D&D games (As well as the Panzer General series). The common engine the games were using became known as the Gold Box engine due to the gold-colored boxes the games arrived in. The partnership between TSR and SSI lasted for thirty! titles. The most famous being (Not the C:\\ formatting disgrace that shall not be named) Pool of Radiance.
Anyway, David Shelley and Keith Brors, two of the designers that worked on these games, recently designed a new p&p system which they want to adapt for a crpg. To this end a few members of SSI reformed to form TSI. Tactical Simulations Interactive.
Then is this going to be crowdfunded?
Nope. You're reading this thread, are you? Look up the forum rules.
Tell me some more about the game.....
There is not much to tell as of yet. According to TSI it is going to feature 6 different classes, full party creation, a focus on strategic combat, choices and consequences and is developed on Unity. And thats about as much as we know. You can look up the P&P game, but for some reason TSI restricted access. Don't know if there are some non-final things in there.
At least let me look for some (very early) info myself.