MKX Creative Director Says More Good News On Horizon
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01/15/2016 02:53 PM EST
@KungLao: I agree, I too think that was why they did it but I also think (Maybe im just too optimistic) that its a sign we are getting more. I know that if me and my team were only a few months away from being done with our game and moving on to another I would not make that sort of investment to improve it's online.

Now if I had plans to release new content, continue balancing, and overall supporting the game, then yeah that would be a worthy investment.

Who knows, maybe WB/NRS has realized that continued support is better than releasing a game, supporting it for a year, then moving on. SF4 was supported for years, and KI is still being supported and that's going on 3 years too, and that game is exclusive and not even as big as MK or SF.

With the FGC seemingly experiencing a new golden age at the moment, it only makes sense to keep supporting the game that people are still playing and competing in for a while longer, IMO.

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RE: MKX Online Netcode upgrade?
01/15/2016 02:56 PM EST
If we speak loud , Ed could give us a kombat pack 3, or at least Fujin/ Sareena.
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RE: MKX Creative Director Says More Good News On Horizon
01/15/2016 08:57 PM EST
how about compatibility with xbox 360!?!?!
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RE: MKX Creative Director Says More Good News On Horizon
01/15/2016 09:11 PM EST
XtremeAce Wrote:
how about compatibility with xbox 360!?!?!


You work with what you got...not what you hope for.

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RE: MKX Creative Director Says More Good News On Horizon
01/15/2016 10:45 PM EST
I hope everyone (especially NRS) just keeps in mind that GGPO isn't just something that is thrown in and magically delivers results. I've seen far too many people expect that just because a game uses GGPO, that it's going to be flawless without custom source code tinkering.