|written by E_net4 on Oct 16, 2010 23:56|
|2006? That isn't so long ago. |
|written by Trad.a on Oct 18, 2010 21:30|
|Especially since this thread started in 2003.|
|Who would have thought that even Duke Nukem Forever would be released earlier than Noctis V. |
Ok technically Alex still has 4 years left to set a new record
ps: I'm not a new member, but after almost 10 years i've long forgotten my original username
|written by E_net4 on Sep 25, 2011 10:52|
|Oh well... welcome back, anyway!|
It's a pity, but it is now known that Noctis V hasn't been under development at all for quite a while. Linoleum 2, the language being used for Noctis V, is slightly incomplete, and Alex has lost interest in programming before even this was finished.
So the thing is: don't wait for Noctis V. If you still hope for it to come out, we must expect our favourite programmer back first.
|To be honest, I believe he will program again. When he declared that he wouldn't, he hadn't been not programming for very long. I'm sure he'll miss it eventually.|
Not that we should expect anything in particular, though. Just because I believe he'll return to programming, doesn't mean I believe he'll return to Noctis.
|Didn't he just post a little over a week ago that...|
That sounds like programming to me. : P Probably not Noctis right now, but I find it likely that at some point in the future he'll return to working on a new exploration-type game, whether Noctis or otherwise.
|Finally, perhaps more interestingly to remote visitors of this blog, I'm preparing the future of Postline and... caressing the intention to bring the other, computer-side, projects to some more complete state."|
Yeah, but Duke Nukem Forever was arguably not finished, and was just botched together by a different studio after being taken away from its original developers. I don't think that counts. : )
|Who would have thought that even Duke Nukem Forever would be released earlier than Noctis V. : ||