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An AFL game that's not AFL Live 3
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Is it possible that Big Ant could still create an AFL game that isn't AFL Live 3 but under a different title that could still be approved for development?? Similar to the Don Bradman cricket concept. Perhaps using classic teams??

Because recent updates suggest that Big ant may not be developing the next AFL Live game, which is a crying shame.
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(06-19-2015, 01:26 PM)Mootsy Wrote: Is it possible that Big Ant could still create an AFL game that isn't AFL Live 3 but under a different title that could still be approved for development?? Similar to the Don Bradman cricket concept. Perhaps using classic teams??

Because recent updates suggest that Big ant may not be developing the next AFL Live game, which is a crying shame.

I asked the same question somewhere else with no response. I think Ross tossed out the idea of having a Football game on Bigfooty, where it had all the old rules (bumping) and State of Origin. I think it was just a hypothetical and that in reality there's no real funding to get it off the ground. Like to know from the man himself on this, I'm quite saddened and jelly how advanced their Rugby League games are compared to where the Football games are getting.

I found his response to possibly developing a unlicensed Footy game: "I couldn't see it being feasible as the market's too small but a game that brought back the bump etc.. and where dropping the ball meant dropping the ball etc etc would be awesome - you know, REAL footy - as a fan it's what I'd want to see for sure but it's a dream."
That's what I like about Football!
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Unfortunately the numbers don't stack up unless you had an "Academy".

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