The engine has nothing to do with quality.
Don't worry, that's yonzo trying to be the old SFK.
yonzo_rikuo wrote:oh god unity, its unity oh... gooooooooooooooooooood wwhyyyy hy hy hyyy. there is a lot of horror game made by unity why you want to include scp too. i'm afraid that people will think that scp cb is just a normal cheesy indie horror game. pleaaase no
No offense to you yonzo, but we really don't need you acting like the old SFK when the new SFK (undead003) is on the forums and actually being mature.
I'm not sure if that's him trying to be old sfk, if he is then he's doing a pretty bad job at it. He's just seems to be stating his opinion. If he was trying to be old SFK, he would probably do something more ban worthy like... well I wouldn't want to give him any ideas... you know, just in case.
Anyway, my thoughts on Bri- I mean, the game so far. I'm honestly not that hyped. Ignoring factors like the name or the website, we know nothing. The only we do know is the engine it's on, the fact that the creator of the game is not Regalis, and most importantly, Brian. (I am never letting that go) With that in mind, it's hard to think of this as anything else but fan fiction in video game form. Granted, the same thing could probably be said about the original containment breach, since it is a fan game (which kind of makes this sequel a fan game of a fan game, hm, funny), but it's done well (minus the MAVs and bugs). Now if you do consider all of those other factors, then it's easy to conclude that this is lazy fan fiction in video game form. Serial Killer, I'm not saying this to belittle your project or bully you into stopping it, I'm simply saying this because that is how it stands right now. I'm saying this because it's your job to prove these assumptions wrong. It's your job to put effort into this project so that it can honor the original game, and maybe even surpass it.
... but if you don't, then it's possible that your name will be cursed throughout this fandom for a thousand lifetimes. No pressure.
That last part was a joke if you couldn't tell.
Brian is love
Brian is life