@beewyka Chapter 4 will be released to everyone who preordered Ballads of Reemus, possibly in just a few weeks. Others will have to wait until Ballads of Reemus is released, which is most likely going to be at least 2 more months. Preorders are still available, but only until the end of June!
@darkroot We didn't change it.
First of all, remember that Ballads of Reemus and Chapter 4 are designed to be a simultaneous release, so for instance someone who only plays on Kongregate or Newgrounds will be able to play Chapter 4 only once Ballads is finished and available to purchase and play.
As an added bonus, members of this site will get to play Chapter 4 before the rest of the web gets to play it. Furthermore, as an added bonus for pre-ordering Ballads, that group will get to play Chapter 4 even earlier.
To summarize, here's the plan:
1. We finish Chapter 4, most likely by early June. Those who have pre-ordered Ballads will get to play Chapter 4 first while we continue working on Ballads.
2. In a couple months from now, ClickShake members will get to play Chapter 4 and pre-orderers will get to play Ballads.
3. A couple weeks later, Ballads will be available for anyone to purchase and play instantly, and Chapter 4 for will be available to anyone to play around the internet.
I try not to swear (I have yet to swear on this site)
@darkbluemullet cut Darkroot some slack about buying the game.
@Darkroot sorry, they have made clear that the only reason they are releasing it earlier to the preorders is as a thank you for buying their first premium game. It is not because they hate you or think you are not as important. You still get Chap. 4 before non-members.
Huh, I don't think of swears that way. In my eyes they are just social constructions. It mostly funny when people either get provoked or disgusted by them.
In most parts of the internet swearing is a part of normal trolling so you get used to it.
@Earl confused face, do you like pick up tables and chairs and throw them at people instead? (Donkey Kong lol)
@darkroot All of language is just a social construction, something that we must all participate in to have society. The meaning of words is understood between those speaking in order for communication to happen. Swear words are understood to communicate "I'm trying to be offensive or intimidating". Obviously words change meaning depending on the social circle, but nevertheless it is widely understood among all people that certain words communicate an intention to be offensive or intimidating. There's nothing about the vibrations in one's vocal chords that is objectively right or wrong outside the context of sentient interaction, but within that context swear words are offensive or intimidating exactly as much as the word "meaning" means anything.
You must log in to post.