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  • Warner suspends Batman: Arkham Knight PC sales

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 26/06/2015

    As far as I understandind it, so far the work was outsourced to the external company. And the "best engineers" were focused on the primary (console) versions.
    Now they dedicated these peopel to the PC port and basically they are finishing the Iron Galasy work by themselfs.

    But the question still remain - was there any Quality Control done? Why did Rocksteady did not perform at least little bit of testing of the product they were buying from Iron Galalxy?
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  • Planet Coaster launches pre-order campaign

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 23/06/2015

    "Crowd funding has all the risk of proper investments but apparently none of the protections."
    True. But this is the nature of this kind of funding. Only problem with this is, that many backers simply dont understand it. And then call for refunds, etc.
    When backing kickstarter project, you are not placing pre-order. You are not paying for the game. You are basiaclly sponsoring the idea that someone want s to create something.
    But your investment is risk and there is no guarantee it will be finished. It is up to the backer to consider if he is willing to take the risk.

    Once people will understand this, there wont be such problems with the unfinished KS projects :-D They are bound to happen. Dont like the risk? Dont sent there a money. Simple as that.
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  • Kerbal Space Program is coming to PS4

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 17/06/2015

    Great news. I was considering to buy this game. But PC is not appealing to me so much anymore. So console version sounds awesome.
    Considerring the game is in finished state and Unity is multipaltform, I hope it will be released soon (over summer?)
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  • The Last Guardian emerges from hibernation, unchanged

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 17/06/2015

    Sorry, but waht is the hype about? When you look at the demo it looks like another small indie game like Brothers: Two Sons, Papo & Yo or Journey. Nothing againts these games (I really like them), but the reaction of the people is just out of the proportions to what they shown. Reply -15
  • Kickstarter campaign launches for Shenmue 3

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 17/06/2015

    "- doesn't appear to pertain to the game's entire budget, and instead has been used as proof of interest in the project before other investors dive in."

    So can we see see in the near future companies asking to get the "proof of interest" for other games like Call of Duty, Halo, Grand Theft Auto or Mario game? Maybe Kickstarter for Windows 11 and PS5 is a good idea? I mean - how else can these companies be sure that it will sell?
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  • Agarwel_Idiriz 16/06/2015

    I consider this marketing fail, if company like Sony is announcing the kickstarter campaign for such game on event like E3 conference. I mean saying "we want to bring you this game, but we are not paying it" is really not a good gesture there. Reply -12
  • Disney announces toy/video game hybrid Playmation

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 03/06/2015

    Sorry. But the name reminds me of pop station too much:
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  • Batman: Arkham Knight is another step away from the intimacy of Arkham Asylum

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 29/05/2015

    I must say I prefered the smaller (but more concentrated) setting of the first game. Reply 0
  • PlayStation digital refund policy in spotlight on BBC's Watchdog tonight

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 28/05/2015

    "then that is sonys fault for having a system that can be so easily abused."
    Well... but in all honestly I think biggest problem is customers lazyness, because most of them want "one button purchase" to make it more comfortable.
    In my opinion, it should be illegal to store complete credit card information, that can be used for purchase. Credit cards have the short security code for this purpose. Save everything except this number. user should put this number each time he is making the purchase.
    But people are lazy, so companies are saving even this numerb to make it more comfortable. But the result is same as removing pin number.
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  • Agarwel_Idiriz 28/05/2015

    Personally Im surprised when companies make such a deal in case of refunds in such cases. It is just 40 bucks. I mean the money they paid to the support guy had to be bigger. But more importanly their are losing customer satisfaction, company image, etc with much bigger value.
    I mean - they are theoretically right. he could own the PS3. And just before he decided to sell it, he may try to get his last purchase back (because he did not care about ban anymore). But what are the odds? This is not some loophole with risk, other customers will start using on mass scale.
    So in the end - it is really surprising Sony went through all this for 40 buck, they paid in the end anyway.
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