I hope that you do write a sequel at some point, but the story really doesn't need one. If not, I can just pretend that
I'm looking forward to your future works! Great job on TCAST.
Thanks so much for your comments! I'm especially glad to hear it didn't feel like there were info dumps. ^-^;; *got criticized about that in early drafts*EternalDream wrote:Oh my god, that was such a nice read *v*
The ending and everything was very powerful. To me, it wasn't that sad, but it left this heavy feeling in my chest...especially when Jude and Autumn were having their last moments together ;A;Doesn't help that Jude is actually my type... :'D
I think you did a very good job in writing it. I really liked the pacing and the amount of information you gave, which was just the right amount. There were no info dumps and yet there was enough that I understood what was going on. I'd definitely play your next game, if you are making another one xD
PyTom wrote:So, I went into this somewhat predisposed against it. While I generally like science fiction, I had been worried that this was hewing too close to the movie A.I. - and generally, I stay away from a female point of view. But based on the wonderful reviews this has been getting, I tried it anyway.
Thank you guys so much for stepping out of your boundaries and giving the game a try. (Also thanks to everyone who gave me positive reviews! XD) Hearing that you guys liked it is probably a bigger compliment than others.Camille wrote:Even though I generally don't like science fiction that much, I decided to give the game a try since everyone was saying great things about it. I'm really glad I did.
I love stories with layers and symbolism too. X3 I'm very glad that you saw that in TCAST. And also that you loved the characters! XDSnow Blossom wrote:I don't like kinetic novels very much, and at first, I got kind of disinterested by the whole robot plot. But I decided to give this a try anyway, since good reviews about it were popping up everywhere. And I have to say: I loved it. The artwork was beautiful and the plot was so touching! Though it didn't need any extra scenes, I wished it could have been longer just to give the characters more screen time, cuz I loved all of them (well, except for the nasty mother) I also liked the bonuses; they gave me a good look into the deeper meanings of TCAST. I love it when stories have multiple layers and symbolism.
As for a sequel: YES. PLEASE. I'd really like to see how all the characters turned out, especially since I liked them so much ><
Whew! XD Glad to hear someone who doesn't like AI likes TCAST.GeneDNC wrote:Okay I've stopped reading through all the comments because I'll have nothing more to say and won't be able to express how awesome your game is.
I can see why people compare it to A.I. but honestly I'm not a huge fan of that movie and this is about a bazillion times better! I wasn't that interested in it in the beginning, I was kinda put off by the title, I don't know why. But I am SO glad I played it, and for the record the title seems so much more meaningful and fitting now. I really enjoyed your comments on innocence and sexuality too. If there is a sequel (which I will root for) I'd like to see those themes explored, but still keeping the status quo intact. Does that make sense? I think I am rambling.
Anyway, thanks for the amazing art (to the artists) and the fantastic story. You really made me care for the characters, and in such a short time too!
Thanks for your input.PyTom wrote:I really don't think this story needs a sequel. I'd have no problems with another story in the same universe, but right now, I feel like I know, fairly well what happens in the future:
Autumn works hard enough and eventually gets enough money to buy two EternalLover robot bodies, which she loads the two AIs into - I'm assuming (handwaving) that there aren't many moral qualms in doing so if the personalities residing in those bodies haven't been initialized yet. They all live happily ever after - even more happily once Proposition Infinity gets passed.At least that's how I want it to end - and you should weigh if making a sequel would give the audience more happiness than letting them choose what they want. Ambiguity can be good.
What do you mean a direct sequel release? XDBCS wrote:Since your previous artists are mostly unreachable, I have a feeling that you and I are going to be signed up for a direct sequel release, carosene...
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