Developer [NE]Fobby[GEN] Posted August 1, 2007 Developer Share Posted August 1, 2007 Mike Verdu says: "We readily acknowledge that there are some inconsistencies in the fiction, and we agree that these need to be resolved over time. To some degree, these issues are a byproduct of something really good: The enduring nature of C&C. The world of the C&C Tiberium games is a wonderfully compelling place; the richness and complexity of that world is a result of many different creative contributors who have developed and extended the world for more than a decade (since the release of the original game). The community has even had a role in that process. We tend to view these fiction problems in that context -- errors that have crept in as the universe has evolved, the result of a shared creative endeavor between multiple game teams and other creative contributors. Our vision of this amazing world continues to expand and evolve& a process that isn't going to stop any time soon. However, we do acknowledge the need to keep the canon as consistent as possible so we're all building on a sound foundation. Bottom line: We admit there are discrepancies and we acknowledge that we need to address those issues over time. However, all that being said, our community forums are not the best place to fix these fictional differences over the long haul. Ultimately we have to understand what we need to address and then we'll tackle these topics in future installments of Tiberium game fiction, bringing the fiction into alignment over time." Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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