All this talk about Cyber Sleuth reminds me that I bought it on Vita too. I was sooo hyped for it, I played 2-3 hours and never touched it again. That fucking horrendous translation gave me an headache.Hearing about Cyber Sleuth getting delisted, makes me even happier I imported the SEA English release for Vita.
There's no need for it this time (it seems)I am still pissed that I cannot buy a non-cut non-German Steam key this time like I did with the first two games.
oh boy #2According to Wester, the garden-variety 70/30 pricing model hails from the olden days of distributing movies via VHS tapes: "That was physical. It cost a lot of money. This doesn't cost anything. So Epic has done a great job for the whole industry, because you get 88%. Fantastic move. Thank you very much."
Continuing to speak in regard to Epic, Wester also said the following: "They have lower margins, to get into the market. But I think it's also a matter of decency. I mean, how much does it actually cost to deliver a game?"
Wester concluded on an inquisitive note: "When the competition is low, the platform holder can get a big share of the pie; as competition increases, they need to lower their part of the pie, as well. That's how the market works, right?"
Could this mean that Paradox may ditch Steam, despite the claims they made earlier this year? That decision would ultimately lie with Ebba Ljungerud, the current CEO of the company.
oh boy #2
as a sidenote: he might not be the CEO anymore ... but he's still on the board of directors
One of my cats was missing 3 days until he finally came back on his own. Turned out he was hiding in an underground parking lot and was scared by all the traffic.
That's still the censored german version though. If you want the uncut version you are stuck with a Bethesda retail key right now.The only thing that I don't get is that the Youngblood product page doesn't have a disclaimer like Wolfenstein II (which makes sense):
,Purchase the new premium DLC and play as the new rogue class, meet a new Elven race on Elysia's moon, Faynore and take on new challenges in the roguelite Rifts!
Free for all players is our all-new Questing Update! Take on new quests from the Mage Guild, track your quests in a new persistent Quest log and create and test new creations in Creative Mode using placeable enemies and logic items!
- 3 Playable characters each with their own weapons system
- 1080p / 60fps smooth running gameplay
- Updated sprites, shaders, effects and animations
- Higher resolution audio (320kbps instead of 128kbps) and improved audio control
- Added gameplay elements (behaviours, bullet patterns, ...)
- Reset leaderboards due to the number of gameplay changes
Powered by Unreal® Engine 4 and including both ‘Fortuna’ and the as yet unreleased ‘Tombaugh’ story expansion, Deliver Us The Moon, is set in an apocalyptic near-future where the Earth’s resources have been depleted and humanity looks to the stars.
Unfortunately all you're gonna get is "we'd love to have our games on PC and literally every other platform under the sun, but ultimately it's up to our localization partners to do ports and since we've chosen to partner with NISA...."Will also be appearing on NISAs stream at 5pm, on the same day. Get your questions ready folks!www.resetera.com
Any of y'all who are on reddit need to be on this and ask about releasing stuff on steam and gog, etc.
It's Square, you can be happy they are not doubling the base price to afford such a luxury as updating your games after release.That explains why IX is only 20% off compared to the 50% the other old ones are getting.
Was 40% during winter sale.
And 50% during winter sale '17.
well that was weird. steam shop says i don't own this game but it's in my library. whelp.Heads up
Is $4 along with some other stuff in this bundle
$4 sounds tempting but then you're kinda left with stuff that are 'ho-hum' to say the least.
Looks like someone fucked up. Either BadLand gave them wrong keys or IndieGala thought they bundled the second gameno, indiegala is bundling and advertising the wrong game. they advertise the second one (nameless chronicles) but are giving out keys for the first one. i mailed them.
Obviously. Haven't you heard? 30/70 split is outdated construct that harms developers. Why would one "fix" the problem to increase their profits, only to gift the benefits over to consumers?And knowing Paradox they wont even discount the game/dlc to validate the Epic exclusivity, So you’ll still be paying the same fortune youd have to if it was on Steam.
This whole kerfuffle tells me this: Gaming journalists don't know shit about the cut that other platform's online stores take or give them a pass just because they brown nosing to those platforms.Apparently, it wasn't about Steam, but more about digital stores in a whole
Yet they are on Gamepass where they sure as hell are making less per unit than steam and any DLC with still be 30%.Apparently, it wasn't about Steam, but more about digital stores in a whole