Thursday, September 24, 2009

EXE OSS Is "90% Done"

Here's an interesting tidbit to tide us over until more TGS news comes our way.  According to a pamphlet given out to Tokyo Game Show attendees, Rockman EXE Operate Shooting Star is nearing the end of its development cycle, listed at 90% complete.

Given that the release date is a few months away, this shouldn't be all too surprising.  Still, I can't help but wonder what will make up that last 10%. Naturally, there's probably some technical stuff remaining (testing, debugging), but you never know if Capcom has a few last minute extra features in mind.

Thanks, GSR.

[via Kotaku]

9 comments:

  1. maybe something with the dark megaman or a new minigame, or more on the 6 player battle game

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  2. 90% done ?

    I'm not surprised

    it's a gba game...

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  3. You never know what the last 10% will be. It could be anything from tying up a few loose ends (basically them finishing off a check-list of things that needed to be put in the game, etc.), or they could throw in some extra little goodies at the last minute. It'll just be a matter of wait-and-see what's announced or discovered.

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  4. Or is the last ten percent just the testing phase, to make sure there are no bugs?

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  5. Considering that is was already 80% done 8 years ago that's not surprising.

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  6. I doubt it will be anything new. Does it seem unusual to you guys to get a percentage? It's not often that devs say "This game is such and such percent done" unless perhaps they say "50%" instead of "we're about halfway done."

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  7. ok a gba game on the DS cart...

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  8. I really wish they are adding some other goodies to it :3 maybe some more mini games, i dont know but they should spice it up since the game has the old rockman exe in it, lots of fans love it and it would be sad if the game was just plain. Still I rather not get my hopes up just yet, I still expect it to be good though

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