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  • Sony delays PlayStation 4 launch in China

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 08/01/2015

    Teď jen počkat kdy vyjde next-gen verze tohodle:
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  • Ubisoft polls public on future Far Cry settings

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 05/01/2015

    And how about a new IP instead of milking the old one? Reply +4
  • Outcast releases enhanced 1.1 edition on Steam

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 23/12/2014

    Just a question... will the people who buy this version be entitled for free future updates as they develop the remake?
    Or are they going to mikl at at each version will be sold separately?

    If the first one is true, then I will buy it. But if they want me to buy this game (that I already own twice) again just for better resolution with promise, that once their work progress, I can buy it again.. then sorry, but this new versions of "Early Access without updates" is not appealing to me.
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  • Minecraft creator Notch bought the most expensive house ever in Beverly Hills

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 19/12/2014

    Are they going to make a movie "Wolf of Mojang" soon? Reply 0
  • Agarwel_Idiriz 19/12/2014

    @KaizokuTomSan:
    My point is that once you become seriously ritcher than your current friends, they wont stay your friends if you will not share. Sooner or later you will become tired of that and just find a new friends. Then they will refer that you changed. Even if it were them who actually changed the behaviour. And you were the one who did not liked their new behaviour so you replaced them with new frieds who do not care about your money.
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  • Agarwel_Idiriz 19/12/2014

    @KaizokuTomSan:
    I would not be so sure about that. You know, they say that money will change you. But my opinion on this topic is that huge amount of money will change your friends and this will force you to adapt.
    You may feel home among the people similar to you. Each of you feels equal. Each of you is responsible just for himselft. When you go to some party, each of you pays for himself. Imagine that you would suddenly get 2b bucks and everybody knows it. Do you think all your friends would still behave same in your company? Or would they expect you to pay for them? Ask you to lend (give) them money? Etc.
    In my opinion once you become some welthy, the only way to "still feel home" is to move somewhere among people with similar amount of money. Otherwise you will under constant emotional balckmail from your old friends.
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  • BioWare outlines big Dragon Age: Inquisition patch due out today

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 09/12/2014

    @7M7:
    "This is especially strange behaviour if you know you get angry about this sort of thing."

    Honestly I find it stranger that this state is still acceptable and not pursued by some companies that deal in customer rights.
    With every other product, you as a customer have right to get the final working product that match the description. If the product is not working you have a warranty (in my coutnry it has to be fixed in 30 days or they have to give you money back). And they can not afford to do false advertisement. If the pre-release photos and information of new iPhone would not match the sold product there would be huge fines for the company a people would be entitled for refunds.

    Only in gaming industry it is possible to do false advertisement (not just improving the graphics. But showing gameplay videos and trailers that are not from the game at all.). You can release broken (sometimes not working at all) products. You dont need to deliver promissed features.
    There is nothing to prevent companies from this.

    And if customer complains, the usual aswer is that it is actually his fault, because he should be already use to this state? :-D
    Crazy, isnt it?
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  • Yes, Sony Santa Monica is working on a new God of War

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 08/12/2014

    Well... last generation truly redefined meaining of word "Trilogy". Reply +4
  • Minecraft dev's Scrolls will cap your spending so you don't break the game

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 05/12/2014

    @erp:
    Honestly I dont think there should be legal cap in this way. I believe there should be requirement for each game to have a "full version" so you buy the complete game with all ingame purchases unlocked in one bundle. There would be no price limit. But this "full game bundle price" could be the only price shown on the marketplace. So instead of game showing as "Free" and then somewhere in the description hidden that you need to spent lots of money to play, they would have to show it as a game for "20000$" (to unlock all paid items and get unlimited gems) and they could included info about "free limited version" into the description.
    This way there would be no cost cap on the game (and there really should not be any for private companies) but it would help a lot, if the game that require you to pay to play could not be sold as a free games. But would have to show the real full game price to the customers.
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  • Bethesda shows glimpse of The Elder Scrolls Online's console version

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 05/12/2014

    @alimokrane:
    And it is actually sad, that this become something we are starting to consider a bonus.
    Reply +5