Ploonoot Exproos Apr 28 @ 10:36am
Abandon all hope. Angry Birds devs now own Shattered Horizon IP
http://www.rovio.com/en/news/blog/147/rovio-entertainment-acquires-futuremark-games-studio

And they will sit on their asses doing nothing, innovating nothing. This was 2012 by the way so that further proves my point.

Sad fate for one of the most unique and innovative FPS games out there.
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Shox May 28 @ 12:11am 
yeah. because angry birds is horrible and no one ever played it :P
Ploonoot Exproos May 28 @ 2:41pm 
Originally posted by Shox:
yeah. because angry birds is horrible and no one ever played it :P

Oh no I'm just eagerly awaiting Shattered Horizon: Angry Birds Edition
Bonder Jun 9 @ 8:04pm 
Originally posted by Shox:
yeah. because angry birds is horrible and no one ever played it :P
yeah. it is horrible.
Voodooman Jun 10 @ 2:53am 
Nah, angry birds is good casual game , but Rovio would spend their assets on making more angryd birds, pigs and other casual games like this. And its real sham that talents who did SH such and innovative and hardcore game, would spend their days cloning same simple ♥♥♥♥ again and again.
I doubt that Rovio will risk money and time to something other thant Angry birds in space. Best you can expect from them - something like Plants vs Zombie Garden Warfare.

Damn, this studio pushed progress forward, now they will only push ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ simplicity which is very dated even for casual smartphones standards.

It feels like if Einstein would go sell used cards instead of pushing physics forward.
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Pepe_DeJefe Jul 7 @ 12:11am 
On the plus side, they won't ruin it.

On the minus side, that's because they won't do ANYTHING with it. The only reason they own it now is because the IP belongs to the company they bought. To them it's like the dealer license plate frame that came with a car. Even thinking there might be an Angy Birds theme for it would be... "optmistic".

So it's really no more "terrible" than before... because being ignored is the same regardless of which company is doing the ignoring.
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