I'm most looking forward to the POP Horror Character pack. Of all the packs available, POP Horror has the most unique style in my opinion. And while the tilesets are incredible, the characters in the POP Horror City pack are limited. I'm working on my first project (and planning a second one), using the POP Horror City pack. Have made some custom tiles (bathroom and some bar furniture, it's pretty bad but hey, it's my first attempt) to match the style and would love some extra characters to go with it, especially the dogs.
Horror is what I'm looking at. I'm slowly getting around to it because Im a lazy pixel artist lolz. I do my own music so I'm not worried about those packs . this looks like fun and the service dogs are cute.
A video game has a brand attached to it.
No offence meant, but it is disadvantageous to use the default RM graphics due to the fact that they can correlate your game strongly to other RM games and whatever associations a user has with those unrelated games.
thats it, i 've had it, I will NOT promote my game as a "retro RPG" when its done, i have in the past but it is literally the first thing on every rpg maker game description to the point that you'd think the sales pitch came with the RTP. I refuse to use that angle.