San Bruno vs. Elemental Revolt

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San Bruno vs. Elemental Revolt

Reverend Hunt
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Reverend Hunt
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21 Dec 2011, 09:00 #1

Since the download link for San Bruno is inactive, I've no way of telling the difference. Is Elemental Revolt a simple port? An upgrade?
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Titusthree
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21 Dec 2011, 16:31 #2

Its pretty much the same. Its basically our way of distinguishing between pc and xbox. The pc version is not as polished as the xbox version. There are slight differences as well, in terms of game mechanics. To prevent confusion we decided to remove the link.

I think Battle High 2 will both have pc and xbox versions. Still planning.
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Reverend Hunt
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22 Dec 2011, 01:57 #3

I see, thank you for your response.

I came across a Battle High team-battle game on YoyoGames' website some time back, but the newest version of their plug-in is corrupt, and there is no download link. Was this also an early beta/prototype?
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Zanza47
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22 Dec 2011, 02:19 #4

Very early. That's from, like, 3 years ago, right? I joined the team shortly after that was released. I suggest not playing it. It hasn't aged well, and the XBox version is SO much better.
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Reverend Hunt
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22 Dec 2011, 03:41 #5

I'd seen it some time ago, so I don't recall. I'm already enjoying the heck out of the 360 version though :D I do hold some interest in early betas of things.

I appreciate having my queries fielded, mates. I know some developers, even small ones, that have been like "Oh no, someone is interested in our work! Get rid of him!" Clearly not, here.
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Zanza47
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22 Dec 2011, 07:43 #6

If anything, I'm proud to be a part of a project that people are interested in. It makes me happy.
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