See You Hyper-Toxic Computer Cowboy
- Dec 8, 2018
I don't think it's such a mediocre game. It tries other things, not succeeding in all of them, but still, it's not a new Assassin's Creed and that's a good thing.I don't think there is a single person in the world that respected Ancestors to be Assassin's Creed. What a pathetic excuse for a mediocre game being received badly
Concerning 1) - It was/is possible to buy the game directly from the Phoenix Point website. The text was perhaps formulated to inform both the backers ("received") and the buyers ("purchased").Whoa ok, hold up a minute
I've just got an email for Phoenix Point with the Epic key, but:
1) It mentions a season pass key to come later for those who have purchased or received it, but I thought DLC was to be free?
2) How do I get a Steam key in a year's time? Do I just get it all the same in 12 months time regardless of the EGS key?
I genuinely didn't think I'd get a EGS key, hence the questions. I assumed there'd be a web portal or a survey somewhere like Fangamer
EDIT: ok googling on it, I forgot that yes the Steam key comes in 12 months time alongside the Epic key. Backers do get both.
That's one egsclusive I want (once people confirm it plays properly with a joystick unlike MWOnline and more like MW4)
No, no, no. That's all wrong. Mechwarrior Intros are, traditionally, about mech combat and giant machines exploding and being torn apart, rockets are flying everywhere, there is some feeling of dread and urgency. This is just bad, Battletech also had a "World introduction" intro and even they did it better!
Intro is weak af for the series, even the MW4: Mercs intro with year 2k in-game level assets recorded as footage was better, but the game looks good
Yeah there are 3 trailers on the store page with the Intro being second.Aren't videos playing on the EGS store page, like on Steam?
I seriously don't even know. Epic account is deleted and that launcher isn't touching my harddrive.
a bit better...Yeah there are 3 trailers on the store page with the Intro being second.
This one autoplays when you open the page.
It would be great if Epic would do more of this stuff instead of buying exclusives...https://lutris.net/ said:Lutris is an Open Source gaming platform for Linux. It installs and launches games so you can start playing without the hassle of setting up your games. Get your games from GOG, Steam, Battle.net, Origin, Uplay and many other sources running on any Linux powered gaming machine.
I had this conversation with Sweeney on Twitter, it pretty clear to me that his goal is not to help developers or customers, it is to control the market, I'm glad he is failing.It would be great if Epic would do more of this stuff instead of buying exclusives...
He is just hoping somebody from the press is reading it and mentions EGS in an article about HL:A, VR in general or Steam.
What's on place 1 and 2?So about Shenmue 3 and EGS:
- Shenmue 3 sold worse in Japan on launch than the 1 & 2 HD remaster did
- From my readings online, Shenmue 3 does not have good sales numbers in general
- According to Romain on ERA (Gameblog.fr journalist) Epics money went to Deep Silver and not Yu Suzukis dev studio
- EGS best seller is based on gross revenue and updated wekly according to Galyonkin:
- Shenmue 3 is currently at 3rd place on EGS top seller list, which I assume is based on last weeks sales
If Shenmue 3 is selling as terrible as it reads to be and Shenmue 3 is on EGS 3rd spot on best seller list based on revenue and the list is not a full blown lie, then the rest of the games on the list must be bombing.
seeing as pretty much everything about egs has to be done/updated manually - i'd say "probably, yeah" ... especially if you consider they're only updating it once a weekThis shit writes itself, man. And the top sellers list is updated weekly? What, is there like an actual person adding up the sales up and sorting the list manually?