The Stream Team: Returning to Radical heights before it ends

    
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Even though Massively OP’s MJ is not a fan of battle royale, she was amused by the atmosphere of Radical Heights. And since the game can shut off at any moment now that the studio has closed, she wants to get one last session of crazy ’80s in. Join us in live at 6:00 p.m. for what could be the last day ever for…

What: Radical Heights
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 6:00 p.m. EDT on Saturday, May 19th, 2018

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Hirku

We need a spinoff stream: Hikari’s Friendly Fire. ; )

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Sorenthaz

Sunday is when there’s a plan from the RH community to try and all play around the same time and give the game one last hurrah.

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RJB

They said that the servers were gonna stay up so

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Sorenthaz

For the ‘near future’ which could mean til the end of the month or could be in a week, unless they said something new and more specific about it.

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Akagi

It depends on how many people continue to play. I usually quit a game as soon as they announce it’s shutting down, unless I see it coming and quit beforehand.

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Mewmew

Same here. Unless it’s a story based game and I’m quickly trying to finish out story lines and see lore and quest stuff before the game goes offline. There’s nothing like that here, so I wouldn’t waste my time. I’d go play something else where what I was doing was earning me in game stuff that was going to be there and saved for the foreseeable future.

Sure this game did have an amusing atmosphere, and they should have kept going for a while (they gave up way too early in the process), but now it would just be a worse waste of time than most gaming is since you know everything you earn will be gone soon. I guess technically as long as you’re having fun it doesn’t matter, I just personally don’t have fun knowing all my earned game stuff is about to be gone.

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Akagi

The game they made was nowhere near ready for the general public. That’s why it failed. Their idea was most likely that they will launch it and suddenly 50k players will start playing it and those numbers won’t drop. But their game was bare-bones and that quickly showed when they dropped below 1000 people less than a month after launch.

I didn’t even play it, because I don’t like Battle Royale and I can see it will quickly flop, because things that get so big overnight tend to flop just as fast. And it’s not that I’m concerned it will fail, just the general premise of Battle Royale isn’t interesting to me. But that aside, from what Fortnite and PUBG can offer, Radical Heights never stood a chance.