Review Fix Exclusive: Indy Aldorlea Talks ‘Millenium’ on Steam

Review Fix chats with independent video game developer Indy Aldorlea, who discusses the release of his “Millennium” series on Steam. Planning updates to the series to celebrate the game’s release on the platform, Aldorlea’s series will have some cool new features.

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Review Fix: How excited are you about the Steam Greenlight?

Aldorlea: I believe it is very difficult to get green-lit. I would prefer they pick up games based on their Internet presence and performance on similar gaming portals.

Review Fix: How will this impact the future of Aldorlea Games?

Aldorlea: Ah, I was always a very, very bad fortuneteller. No intuition in this man so I’ll be honest, I do not know, but the most logical prediction would be that it helps the brand grow significantly.

Review Fix: What are your hopes for the game now that it has been green-lit?

Aldorlea: We are adding tons of achievements, trading cards etc to make an already addictive game even more addictive, so I hope it will resonate well with their community. Millennium, like the rest of my games, is a solid RPG experience, so RPG lovers should find a lot to go on about in the whole series.

Review Fix: Will there be any changes made to the game to make it more compatible for Steam?

Aldorlea: We are trying to make it so that a pop up announcement shows each time an achievement is unlocked. We want to use the possibilities that the Steam platform offers to the fullest. Other than that, the game should remain pretty similar to its current form.

Review Fix: If the game is successful, can fans expect a sequel?

Aldorlea: The series is now over, but fans can expect many more games from me, and if Steam is interested carrying them, my programmer and I will work even harder to integrate cool features and fun achievements.

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