Started by Legend, Aug 02, 2016, 01:56 AM
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For the game.
It's super awesome for tracking talk online since it's a made up word, but I'm worried it's harder to remember than something more generic. Honestly I don't really plan on changing it, but I'd like to know if it's something you currently "approve" of.
Plus while I'm at it, what do you think of the logo? I spent a very long time designing the "V" since it was my company logo when I did twisty puzzles, but the rest of the font was thrown together for the first trailer.
Well talking about Portuguese....Vizion is fine and common used here from the word "vision" in English (means "visão" for use).But Eck pronunciates like something disgusting or nasty... like when you see a piece of shame in your way and you say here "Eca"... well it is common used by kids.
it is unique without sounding pretentious. i like it. hate the logo.
Hate the v part, or the whole vizioneck part?I hate pretentiousness in indie games. It's the most common negative I think.
both? they don't fit together. the non v part is quite blocky which is i suppose a callout to the games graphics but it also an ugly font. the v is, i dunno, girly?but mostly i hate how disjointed it is.
Well talking about Portuguese....Vizion is fine and common used here from the word "vision" in English (means "visão" for use).But Eck pronunciates like something disgusting or nasty... like when you see a piece of shame in your way and you say here "Eca"... well it is common used by kids.I don't know if I helped.
I'm probally sticking with VizionEck for the name. Honestly the primary thing pushing me to change is the negative reaction to the original reveal. Those rushed trailers will haunt me for a long time but it's stupid to rename the game just because of that.I pronounce the last part as "neck," despite the capital E. Would hearing the word in a trailer help with this?
i'm sorry but you're wrong. by capitalizing the E you are telling your consumers to emphasis it.viz - eon - ECK
Are you saying I'm pronouncing my made up word wrong? Yeah the capitalization can be taken to mean emphasis, but that's not a universal rule.
i'm saying it doesn't matter how you think it should be pronounced when 95% of the people that see your game's title doesn't pronounce it that way.
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