ORION: Prelude

ORION: Prelude

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Justivus Rex Jul 21, 2016 @ 1:40pm 
The guns dont even look the same. The similarity isnt enough to even say they are related. Activison is just trying to fuck you cuz they dont have anything better to do. They are a big company trying to impose its will on you, thinking you''ll somhow steal their profits..
Justivus Rex Jul 21, 2016 @ 1:35pm 
Good, Fuck Activision, Jerks
Lord Dindu Jul 3, 2016 @ 6:15pm 
this is literally the dumbest thing i ever heard. are activision going to take automatic weapon makers to court as well?
Duckling Jul 1, 2016 @ 4:55pm 
DillyDong the first gun hardly looks the game and the second one is somewhat but not fully. They probably didnt realize they looks simulator until actually brought up in game and my activition.
Dilly Jun 29, 2016 @ 8:35pm 
you guys actually stole content lmao hahah deserved
xerecuda da familia Romanov Jun 29, 2016 @ 6:08pm 
Thank you. I will NEVER buy anything from Activision anymore, they just don't want to get fans, they just want to fuck everything, why it needs to be in that way... I hate them, they give me a VAC in my main acc, just for playing at a modded lobby in MW2, THEY ARE SHIT.
NoSideOfTheMoon Jun 29, 2016 @ 8:15am 
At this point why not release a cross game progression system, which is developed in conjunction with developers from other games. My idea is that one can unlock cosmetic items in one game by reaching achievements in other games. This would connect the different communities and strengthen the single developers by sending the players to "earn" their cosmetic items in other games.
Please PM me if you like the idea, maybe I can help in the planing
NoSideOfTheMoon Jun 29, 2016 @ 8:10am 
If I may give you (the developer) a hint, than it is to try to contact other indi / small game developers, and ask them to create content (such as skins) that are ccessible by playing your game, and vice versa. this woud connect different smaller gaming communities together, and would make it for majour companies such as activision more dangerous to play the big bulls, since they would get the hatred of many developers and their commuities.
Examples of such collaborations could be Trek-industries and Freejam (from the game robocraft). you could release charakter, mech and weapon skins while freejam could release custom skins for their blocks, holoflags and weapon skins.
other partners that come into mind that could be intrested in a collaboration could be shema (game starmade)
Runic Games (torchlight 2)
and Red Thread Games (Dreamfall Chapters)
Both of the later could release skinns for characters.
NoSideOfTheMoon Jun 29, 2016 @ 7:46am 
I rarely actively played Orion, mainly because I am a moba fan, and because I would need other friends to play orion as well, but reading trough what happend to the developer during a critical time like spring sales hurts my heart. I was never a fan of Activision, but now they made me hate them. It happens often that big companies simply roll over the work of small companies, SIMPLY BECAUSE THEY CAN, which is horrible. its not as if Orion would be a mayour competitor OF the COD franchise or something.....
NoSideOfTheMoon Jun 29, 2016 @ 7:46am 
Cpt.Hazard and all others who claimed that they stole assets, or copied them, read the text again. And if you did not understand, then read it as often neccessary to understand the following: Trek (developers of orion) developed a weapon that turns out to be similar to some of activision's mayour products. They have NOT stolen it nor copied it, as a mater of fact it could even be the other way round.
What is most important is that the developers responded, by clarifying that their assets where not based on activision's assets, and IF their works where inspired by any COD, then it was not on purpose (many dev's are gamers [and good clients of majour brands] as well, and who blames them if they subconciously get influenced by majour games into liking a weapon design style more than an other?)
The developer even decided to exchange the assets in question (even if they didn't steal them), just because they can't afford to go to the court (lawers are costy).