Not a conclusive answer but it sounds like that is a possibility!
In the teaser they call it a "classic CRPG". I suppose they didn't want to write cCRPG and/or want to coin a new term in order to differentiate the game from other CRPG flavors.But what's the matter with the repeated "c" in cRPG? If that's on purpose, how does this differ from the "C" in CRPG?
I think one is classic and other is computer rpg but no one ever seems to know.While WH40K's martial narrative on steroids never seemed very appealing, the setting itself is nice enough, so a TB, party-based RPG is very welcome and together with the trading ship as "base" right down Owlbear's alley.
But what's the matter with the repeated "c" in cRPG? If that's on purpose, how does this differ from the "C" in CRPG?
That's just crazy talk.As said before, most people use "CRPG" for "classic (computer) RPG" these days.
I'm flabbergasted. And what does this all mean? Do we have to adjust now?! And if so, how?Although people have thrown the terms "old school" and "Classic RPG" around online for years to describe these games, the latter is the one that stuck. Just as modern role playing video games claimed the acronym RPG for themselves, people are calling old school RPGs "CRPGs" now.
I wondered, briefly. Then I figured that they are, for our intents and purposes, the same thing.I think now next to the CRPG analyzer we also need a cRPG analyzer and an RPG analyzer?
On topic: Nice. I never got into Warhammer / 40k, in part because the game types didn't interest me, but this might actually be my eventual introduction to the setting.
Yeah, well... that should have been a joke.I wondered, briefly. Then I figured that they are, for our intents and purposes, the same thing.
Can't blame them with the fees with Kickstarter. Anyway they don't need crowdfunding as both past games sold well enough, and I believe they have other investors.They've replaced the KS with founder pack editions pre-sales. Basically the same without the campaign, and there's still a paying alpha & beta access, so it seems to work well.
I also wonder if this game is fully published by them? Or were the Pathfinder games also published by them in full?