RedEye9 wrote on Mar 24, 2019, 09:55:Laugh it up if you want, the game makes a killing in Asia and the mobile version makes more in a month than most "AAA" games make in their lifetime. Thinking North America/EU/Aus is the only place videogames exist or can make profit is terribly silly.NKD wrote on Mar 24, 2019, 01:25:Siberia has Brobdingnagian market potential.jdreyer wrote on Mar 24, 2019, 01:19:Don't forget the Western Sahara, huge market there.Rilcon wrote on Mar 23, 2019, 20:23:Yeah, I hear they have the Antarctic market locked down.
PUBG vastly outperforms Fortnite and Apex in every market that isn't US,CA, Aus, and the EU. And yes, there's a shittonne of money outside "the west" for these sort of games.
Simon Says wrote on Mar 19, 2019, 05:57:Keep in mind a lot of games have multiplayer grinds for item/class unlocks and vanity, so while a lot of cheaters will be out there just to grief or satisfy their power fantasies, others are just wanting to cut down the grind.
Cheating online... I never got the point of that, it beats the purpose as far as I'm concerned.
Cheating offline, sure, I use that often when I want to skip multiple hours grinds'n'stuff.
Bill Borre wrote on Mar 12, 2019, 18:34:A lot of Youtube "celebs" are nightmare people. It's not entirely surprising; they've sunk their life into being a talking head or "content creator" on a platform full of fickle viewers where the difference between paying the month's rent and getting $10 in views depends on how baity their video thumbnail is and if the YT "recommended" god selects them for a few days of fame. They will happily tear eachother apart for a chance in the spotlight.
The Kurzgesagt guy seems really upset that he got them to agree with his criticisms on the addiction video and delete it because HE wanted to make a video and call them out on it. I think he should be satisfied they admitted the episode wasn't up to par and tossed it. How many times have you interacted with any company and got that result?
Nullity wrote on Feb 26, 2019, 13:37:Would be weird, given most high-profile exclusives on Xbox are published by MS, or at the least sponsored by them. T2 would have to be kinda twatish to block a free "port" if the whole process is handled by MS.Rilcon wrote on Feb 26, 2019, 04:15:My guess is that the final say on whether Xbox games will play on PC will be up to the publisher, and that certain high-profile exclusives will be exempt.
I guess that's one way of getting RDR1/2 on PC...
an almost finished game, only needing the final pass of art and voice acting
I'm uncertain if Steam still takes a cut if Stardock is auto-generating keys. Anyone know?They don't. Steam acts as a payment processor, and may in some cases charge for high bandwidth use; but for something like this, they won't see a penny.
Moog wrote on Dec 28, 2018, 08:40:
Wasn't there a story very recently that Epic users were resorting to the Steam forums for tech support on Subnautica 'cos the Epic ShitShow provides no real support and certainly nothing as immediate as the forums!
Edir - found it... https://bit.ly/2Q8e2gW
But all this choice is great for us users!
Combatting intellectual property violations.Everything else is dressing, like "Think of the children!".