Daedalic Entertainment is named after the ancient Greek artist, inventor and architect Daedalus, who according to myth designed the labyrinth as well as wings made from feathers and wax. These elements are found in the company logo, and are reflected in the corporate philosophy of perfecting the art and craft of game design.
Come on Daedalic, I'm sure you are fully aware that the ending is still far from perfection. Please do something about this. I'm sure many other Rufus' fanboys/girls and I will support you on this. The Deponia universe still has far more potential and stories left to discover than to scrap it away forever.
I saw a quote from Poki stated that if Rufus is still alive it wouldn't br good for him because he is too chaotic to stay peacefully on Elysium or play water slide all day without wreaking havoc. I believe that there are other ways than just to "kill" the character and end the story while it is rather uncomplete.
Some parts of the story is left unsolved which makes the ending much more terrible. (Yes, making tragic ending out of a comedy game is still somewhat acceptable but left the game open ended? No.) There are many questions left:
What happens to Deponia after the game ends?(You know there is no strong indication that Elysium will not try to blow up Deponia for its own survival.)
What is the fate of the space ship "Elysium"?(Since there are 10,000+ more residents on Elysium than before and that will make supplies on Elysium deplete more quickly.)
Are the Organons still going to take over Elysium?
What happens to the kids in the sewer?
What will Goal do afterwards?(Try to convince herself that "Rufus" that she saved is actually Rufus or go back to Deponia trying to find real Rufus or else.)
And most importantly, Is Rufus really dead?
So, now I'm asking you to make another game (or perhaps another trilogy) that shares the same universe as Deponia trilogy. Please fix the ending as it gave me such heavy depression as it left so many story bits untold and separate couple which I really put efforts to make them together. Am I asking too much?