Discussion in 'Transformers Video Game Discussion' started by lSoloStyll, Sep 8, 2015.
Any luck? I really look forward to playing this game.
I'm curious to know also, I have fond memories of this game and would love to revisit it!
I never got to play. I wonder how the transformations feel, FoC/WfC or TF: The game style?
I know that one of these guys managed to get it to work offline, and im wondering if he/her can share the method on how to!
So nothing so far? its sad, i've never played this game
I don't know what happened but I doubt any progress was made...
why They gotta raise our hopes for nothing? IDK man
I keep hoping that someone out there is working on an offline version of TFU, but I haven't heard anything about it.
Guess I should end this thread.
The offline version of TFU was done, as far as I'm aware, featuring characters and skins that will never be released. (Still wish I could get ahold of those models, my current collection is riddled with missing weapons, and low quality Lods).
Ive never gotten to see much of it, as our buddy here didn't want to release it, due to fears of Jagex and/or Hasbro flexing their lawyers. A standalone client was never made, and an alternative to the multi-player servers was never bothered with.
I'm afraid unless he releases the project he had done so far, we will never see anything more of TFU.
I remember when Need For Speed World was having its servers shut down, an offline version was made, and yet there it has not been taken down; and G1 Awaking (a mobile game Hasbro released several years ago, but is no longer available) is still accessible; although, I guess Hasbro might react differently this time round.
But thanks for making this forum.
Thanks for giving us an update!
Is there any way you could talk to that guy, and try to convince him to release the offline version? Even if not himself, maybe he could hand the project assets over to someone else who's willing to finish and release it.
I highly, highly doubt Hasbro or Jagex will go after him. There's no point in a company fighting over a game they abandoned several years ago. They're not profiting off of it anymore. If they did have a problem with it, the company would probably just request a takedown before they attempted a lawsuit anyway. From what I understand companies rarely go after their fans, because it's bad public relations. In this case it would probably be too much trouble for something that's obsolete.
If he could find a way to make this happen, he'd be doing the Transformers community a huge service. Again, there are probably plenty of people willing to take the assets and release the project themselves.
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