although I'm passionate about the story, characters and world that I've written for this comic, it's been sitting untouched for some time now, and there are other mediums I'd rather practice. lately I've been interested in learning Unity and 3D much more, and if I pick up this comic again at the weekly schedule I set for it, I feel like it will suffer because I won't put in the time or detail that I want for it, and instead invest that time in game development. but I hate dropping projects, and I like the ideas I've created, so I thought about merging the two and just changing the form of the story from a comic into a game.
what would readers think of this? would it be preferable to experience the story in the form of a game, or should I leave it as a comic? I figured that if I changed it, I could simply re-release the game each time a chapter is finished. however, I was unsure what kind of art style to give it; although I love 3D, it would be too ambitious to try and make the world in that way. if I keep it all 2D, I don't know how to make the world appear as vast as I planned for it to be in the comic. I also don't know what kind of combat system would be the most fitting (turn based, real time, etc), or whether to include any cutscenes. there'd be so much to adjust for it, so I'm curious to hear what would be the most enjoyable kind of game for you, or anything you would like to see in one. basically, I know it would take years to complete the story as a comic, and I'd rather invest those years into learning a new medium that I'm more excited about pursuing in the future.