Prez wrote on Jan 17, 2018, 12:36:We all are getting older
Hearing that Warren Spector is on a project doesn't have the effect of making me instantly excited the way it used to. Not since Deus Ex Invisible War.
shul wrote on Jan 17, 2018, 08:03:It's simple. You work it!
how do you mine the blockchain ?
Orogogus wrote on Jan 17, 2018, 03:44:According to Robot Cache: 25% of the resale value goes to the customer, 70% to the publisher/dev, 5% is fee for Robot Cache's service.
And then I guess Robot Cache pockets the other 75%.
Bradley wrote on Jan 16, 2018, 22:15:25% is more than nothing.
Ohh boy! I get to keep a whole 25% of the amount I sell my stuff for? How generous.
NKD wrote on Jan 16, 2018, 11:29:Trump wants to win, so he WILL sign it to pretend he has won. This man is very easy to read.
Then again Trump may sign it just to pretend he's doing work.
Timmeh wrote on Jan 8, 2018, 10:36:Probably, it is.
This is not a baseless lawsuit.
El Pit wrote on Jan 4, 2018, 06:45:There is no such thing as a "casual crowdfunder".
The hardcore crowdfunding crowd will mostly not be influenced by Star Citizen's failure, but the casual crowdfunders will feel the impact and will most likely think at least twice before funding a project again. Different people react differently.
Dacron wrote on Jan 4, 2018, 04:58:Its not bold. Its logical.Kajetan wrote on Jan 3, 2018, 21:56:
A failure of SC will NOT HAVE ANY negative impact on other crowdfunding projects.
That's a pretty bold statement.
Eirikrautha wrote on Jan 3, 2018, 21:03:Simply ... no! There is no common central budget, there are tens of thousands of people with different tastes. People who will gladly back some retro platformer will not back SC. People, who pour hundreds of dollars in SC have no interest in projects like Cuphead.
Meaning that many other games that could have been funded have had the available funds siphoned away to support this vaporware. How many more Cupheads or other indie games of a smaller and more successful scope could have been funded? SC really will drive the final stake through the heart of crowdfunded video games...
Mr. Tact wrote on Jan 3, 2018, 09:09:No one says anything about gaming in general.
The fact gaming can rise to that level says nothing about gaming.
jdreyer wrote on Jan 3, 2018, 02:37:Yes, yes and yes.
Have you stayed up all night to read a book? Watch a show? Listen to music?
Asmodai wrote on Dec 27, 2017, 21:58:European critics mostly liked Bright. Different cultural background, no quarrel with BLM and other political themes.
Comments on the linked article say it all. Almost all of them are positive about the movie and many of them point out the glaring disparity between what the critics think is good and what the people do.
jdreyer wrote on Dec 23, 2017, 07:41:I dont know! I'm afraid now ... and confused.
How would that work exactly?
Luke wrote on Dec 23, 2017, 07:07:But they didnt get you, the smartest human ever being alive! Can i have your babies? Pretty please?
How to trick the sheep's into crowdfund more...lets give them a alpha demo so the sheep's thinks it's still alive....bahhhh baaaaaahhhh
People is SO easy to trick
El Pit wrote on Dec 19, 2017, 09:57:You can play most of WoWs content all by your self ... but i guess thats not what you had in mind
And please no MMO... Please no MMO... Please no MMO... Single-player or no sale.
Numinar wrote on Dec 16, 2017, 09:44:Why should it? The target group for Obsidians RPGs is mostly quite different from games the majors produce and distribute. You will not make more money stuffing a game like Pillars with loot crates, you will probably LOOSE money by doing so.
But I hope this doesn't hurt their pitches when they go for their next contract...
jdreyer wrote on Dec 13, 2017, 22:18:No. From a legal point of view Lumberyard is a different, independent entity, a new engine. Just like CIG bought the CryEngine, not licenced it, Amazon bought (!) the CryEngine code, has NOT licenced it. Lumberyard is Amazons baby, regardless of its technical roots.
Given that Lumberyard is built from CryEngine, I wonder from an intellectual/contractual standpoint if it constitutes a different engine or not.
Mashiki Amiketo wrote on Dec 11, 2017, 07:44:Yes, the funny thing is, japanese courts ruled that Harmony Gold DID NOT have any controlling rights on Macross/Robotech whatsoever. US copyright office says, they do have for a limited time.
That whole shitstorm, they should simply sue the living fuck out of Harmony Gold for being patent trolls. Maybe setup some good precedent and all that.