Black Desert Mobile (KR) - Classes combat preview

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  • GhavriggGhavrigg Halifax, NSMember UncommonPosts: 1,236
    Mobile = poop
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  • DragnelusDragnelus UtrechtMember RarePosts: 2,008
    Ghavrigg said:
    Mobile = poop
    Never played an mmo mobile:( But if my pc bdo char could be on mobile (just fishing/gathering/marketplace etc) in low settings. That would be nice.




  • ScotScot UKMember RarePosts: 6,510
    edited November 14
    Is there anyone left out there who thinks mobile games have no impact on PC and console game? And how can that influence be anything other than negative, even if they do have separate teams working on the mobile game?

    Mobiles promote small screen, dumbed down control systems, lesser graphical quality games, with less processing power to run multiplayer or anything else, and they tend to have a more exploitative cash shop model.

    Those values effect decisions made in the "main" game. With mobile games making so much more money, I rather doubt the gaming companies are going to think of the PC/Console game as the main game.

    Down the line we may see games only released on PC/Console of the back of projected mobile sales for the mobile version.

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  • jimmywolfjimmywolf henderson, NVMember UncommonPosts: 150
    it amusing since every reason you listed as a positives for us vs the negatives of mobile gaming  are opinion is irrelevant. their option are make more money for less work VS making less money and spending more, to try to appease fickle a gamer that complains that grass was jaggy an the water was unrealistic. the game did not offer enough content, was not the GOTY version on sale. 


    so yea, mobile with it F2P cash shops that appeals to casuals that proven, they will spend lot money for nothing, sound asinine to us but from a business perspective they would be asinine to not join in. all we can do is accept it, pick an chooses who we want to support an not be surprised  when they need/want money an follow suit.



  • ScotScot UKMember RarePosts: 6,510
    jimmywolf said:
    it amusing since every reason you listed as a positives for us vs the negatives of mobile gaming  are opinion is irrelevant. their option are make more money for less work VS making less money and spending more, to try to appease fickle a gamer that complains that grass was jaggy an the water was unrealistic. the game did not offer enough content, was not the GOTY version on sale. 


    so yea, mobile with it F2P cash shops that appeals to casuals that proven, they will spend lot money for nothing, sound asinine to us but from a business perspective they would be asinine to not join in. all we can do is accept it, pick an chooses who we want to support an not be surprised  when they need/want money an follow suit.

    I agree that gamers are far more picky than the more casual mobile players. To an extent we have made are own bed to lie in. But even if there were no complaints, the money in mobiles would be more, you could double the players in every MMO, mobile revenue would still dwarf it.

    My only concern is the effect mobiles are having and will increasingly have on PC/Console, if casuals want to play those games good luck to them.

    Quite so about the value of our opinion, when gaming companies have seen a bigger market they have always gone for it, regardless of what the gamers who funded those companies in the first place think. Once they became the minority, why give a damn what they think?

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