Shengqu Games unveils the upcoming mobile MMO Project A

    
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Please. Use titles.

All right, we need to have a talk about this practice, folks. You can’t keep titling every untitled game project “Project Such-and-such,” especially when you don’t actually give it anything beyond just a letter. That’s not to say that Project A will be terrible or something because it’s way too early to tell with nothing more than an early reveal trailer from developer Shengqu Games. Still, though, you’d think they could at least spring for a noun of some sort instead of the letter A.

Of course, maybe the studio can’t spring for much, as it’s the rebranded once-mighty Shanda Games working on the new project. It might be that all the title department could afford was that one letter; it’d be weird, but hey. Very little is known at this point other than the fact that it’s a mobile title with an eye toward overseas releases, but you can still check out the reveal trailer just below.

Source: MMO Culture

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Robert Mann

Project A-pass. Have fun if you are interested in a mobile title, but as always I say “A phone is a communication tool, and I shall not use it as something else. Life is best lived facing the world, rather than tied to a smartphone screen.”

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Rodrigo Dias Costa

“Life is best lived facing the world, rather than tied to a monitor screen”.

It’s the same, yet irrelevant if you choose to not be tied and use only on a sane amount.

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Robert Mann

Sure, there’s not a great difference if one keeps it reasonable. There’s that temptation not to keep it reasonable, or getting caught up in something and needed to not be suddenly, that is far more prevalent when out and about. It also doesn’t hurt that my bill is so much lower and I can spend the money on something far more entertaining.

There’s plenty of people who fail at reasonable in either environment. I don’t spend all day in front of a computer either. Same can be said of a TV just as well. To me, a phone is best as a communication tool. If I want something for a different task, I have tools I find fit far better. I do think it appropriate to remind people to take a break from staring at screens (and the more common by far in the modern day is with phones). I also find some humor in just how little people seem to learn to not walk into things with phone-in-face. If you don’t, that’s fine.

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hoylegu

“A PC is a communication tool, and I shall not use it as something else. Life is best lived facing the world, rather than tied to a desk chair facing a monitor.”

Da fuq kind of illogic is this?!

I’m no giant fan of mobile gaming bc of the inherently minimalist input methods. But otherwise there’s no significant difference between mobile and PC gaming. Gamers and gamers, enough of the platformism.

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Robert Mann

I am poking fun at the smombie horde, and also choosing not to engage with a device constantly on the go.

There’s actually quite a large difference between spending a little time at home on entertainment and walking around with constant phone-in-face-itis. Given the amount of people who drive, walk into things, and otherwise manage to show how big of a problem it is for our society I am of the opinion that it is best to consider them non-equivalent.