Most people would call that Terraria 2 as far as I know.It is a second Terraria game, not Terraria 2.
...Another Terraria. Like, the titles are the same, how far off can you go with that?It's just another Starbound
Ahem.Most people would call that Terraria 2 as far as I know.
...Another Terraria. Like, the titles are the same, how far off can you go with that?
If there's a similarity between Starbound and this game, it'd be the visual style, but that's about it as far as I know.
aside from the amount of content, that is
and mechanically a Terraria clone with some expansion on a gameplay gimmick that didn't need expansion in the first place.
It is a different approach, and I am sure not every Terraria player will like that direction, I would say that that is inevitable. Keep an open mind and decide for yourself when more info becomes available.Is it just me or do I not like the direction this is going in? Sure I'll give it a try but this seems too different to me.
I guess it then depends on how smart you think we are....because if we are smart, it will *not* be the same game. #youdecideI'm not sure how to react about this... I mean, why make a game that is basically Terraria but upgraded? Sure, Red said many times that he doesn't like the limitations that Terraria has, but seriously, from a developing/marketing point, this is not a smart move. Whatever if they are going to have a team to update Terraria, if this Otherworld is better, why would people keep playing the old one if they're basically the same game.