Jae Lee writes: The process of creating a brand new story often starts out with a single idea.
It’s around that core that everything else is built.
The characters, locations, music and everything else in between are just parts to a cradle that houses that one ultimate premise.
If that one idea is weak, it shatters under the weight of its outer layers before it can truly be called “complete”.
If the housing cradle is weak, it begins falling apart quickly, piece by piece until only the core remains hidden within the rubble.
Lost Dimension is a case study for the latter scenario.