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- Mar 16, 2012
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I think it is just preventing you from having regret.The above is good advice because you will never make your dream game right away, either because you lack the programming experience or RPG Maker might not be the best tool to realize your dream (or both reason will be true).
However, it's also (sort of) bad advice because your dream game is what is probably driving your passion to figure out how to make a game in the first place, it's what has inspired you to download RPG Maker and begin tinkering around with it. So to say "don't make your dream game right away" does kind of feel like everyone is telling you to "don't have fun just yet".
If you make the game for yourself, it is all good. But when you have the audience, they get turned off easily with updates. You can have games with spaghetti eventing and system, but you might hate it and want to redo everything. Some might not like it as some people might like the previous build or so.
I dreamt to make a VXA battle system a decade ago, and I did, It took me a while to convince people to upgrade from v1.3 to v1.4 because they weren't convinced.