You must not be paying attention. Have you never heard of a cancelled game? If something is broken beyond repair, you don’t repair it. That is the whole point of saying broken beyond repair. In a sense, that is what they were trying to say with this game. So if you want to go try and fix it in less than the time between now and Otherworld’s reveal, good luck with that. You can whine all you want, but nothing will come out of it. Terraria: Otherworld is dead, but they can use the assets to recreate it or, a more likely scenario, start from scratch and make something even better. They have learned a few lessons. We won’t be kept waiting because they have learned not to show us anything to wait for until it is near completion. Their excuse is valid because by “quality” they mean the parts that make it a playable game. It didn’t work but they were never able to get it to play like they and/or we wanted, if playable at all. Calm your tits, they have the right to cancel this project. It wasn’t and probably never would be a great game. You can’t change that.Lmao, what "other title/projects"?
Seriously though, how many people do you have working on this stuff, for this many years???
If there's like 3 people in each of these "development teams", and they all have other jobs, then sure, I'd give you a pass.
But, if these are actual full-time, career studios, with full staffs... What the actual do you do all day?
Your "quality" defense sounds a lot more like the classic procrastinators excuse..."I'm not going to do it unless I'm sure everything will be perfect".
Action is more important than Intent.
Everyone else who has been tagging along behind this franchise might not be convinced, they might still believe in your rhetoric, but myself, I'm over it.