Conventional wisdom says the customer's always right. (Conventional wisdom also says that carrots give you night vision super powers and Mr. Rogers had a Call of Duty-sized killstreak in Vietnam, but who's counting?)
Ex-Cryptic Studios staffers Rick Dakan, Jonathan Willis, and Austin McKinley are giving that old adage a pretty stern test. Their new venture, Mob Rules, is asking potential players to help fund its first project - but with a twist: they also get to vote on what exactly that project will be. It's an ambitious plan in crowdsourcing, and here's how it'll work:
Mob Rules' Kickstarter page lays down each possible path on the developer's roadmap to success. During a week-long voting session that kicks off on November 24, fans will get to pick between the following:
All of which sound fairly interesting - not to mention incredibly far-removed from a city full of hyper muscular, tights-loving crimefighters or that other sci-fi multimedia behemoth turned MMO of middling popularity. Even so, what if I want to be a Ghost Ape Super-Scientist? What about my needs?