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SoulStar, interest and pricing poll.

SoulStar. Interest & pricing poll.  

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  1. 1. How much?



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Actually, there's nothing wrong with purchasing the CD then ripping it for use on your own Jag SD, I guess.

 

I'm not likely to purchase a Jag cd ever again.

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It will be encrypted, but atm it's pure data files burnt to a CD and accessed via a boot CD.

Releasing it on CD would great, and I definitely would buy a copy. I am sure many people would buy it on CD. Short of the Jaguar SD cart the CD is the only option for this game due to its size.

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I am one that has the broken version burned on a CD. I love the game it's excellent until you can't play anymore. I lived the Sega CD version and would love to have a finished version of this!

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Yeah, the way neo_rg left a cliff hanger looked like a finished game (on cart, YAY !!!!!!!!) was very close to be released.

 

I mean, very, very close! (unless I'm reading too much into this)

 

Seriously, I don't even have my Jag console yet and I 100% want this game! haha

 

:D :D :D

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Yeah, the way neo_rg left a cliff hanger looked like a finished game (on cart, YAY !!!!!!!!) was very close to be released.

This is not a cart game.

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I know, the finished, released game is CD (Sega CD), but unless I'm reading too much, read what neo_rg said before going silence.

 

It looks like effort was taking place to release it on cart (which personally I prefer by a mile).

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Stuff is still going on in the background, don't worry. Can't say too much, but it may not be a CD or CD only release.

Smells like a cart to me.

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Well..Core Design’s Andrew Smith did say at the time whilst fitting the 21 levels and over 6 mins of FMV onto a cartridge would prove difficult, Core could do a good version of the game on cartridge if Atari gave them the go ahead.

 

So the concept is feasible.

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Has there been any activity on Soul Star for the Jag lately? Or is it canned... for the next 2 decades?

 

The "nobody wants shitty 16 bit ports" campaign on JS3 killed all interest ;)

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Work continues on it.. periodically tho, as other things I'm working on have a shorter development timeframe and I want them out of the door asap.

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Thank you for your response. I assume you are being asked this a lot: But can you give us any status? Like "its 7/8/90%" done or which issues need to be fixed or if there is any timeframe? This is one of the games that almost made me buy a SegaCD back then - and I opted for the Jag.

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