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Realistic numbers for MMO developments are in the tens of millions unless you scale way back on art and features. This game advertises not scaling back on either.Zultra said:Do not forget the 500k he already put into it and the paypal funder after KS.
I usually yell, "Rich bastard!" as they pass by me in my Hyundai Sonata.Octagon7711 said:
why is pay to win a huge problem in gaming? the world always under pay2win, even in sports. Look at the olympics, rich nations get more medals. Life isnt fair, stop crying about "fair"
Pretty much how I feel about it. There are people who have to take the bus and people who drive exotic cars. I'm not going to yell "P2W!!" as they drive past me. I may not like it that someone got hired for a really good position because they are a relative of the boss, but that's life.
We care here too. That doesn't make our vote matter. It hasn't mattered, ever, and I can't see a feasible scenario where it does while the electoral system stays in place. That's just reality. That's why I say the issue is more complex than can be given justice.We do very much care.I live in Oregon. Our vote doesn't matter anyway, even if you care.No wonder voter turnout is so shitty, the honest voters abstain.When corrupt self-serving individuals elect corrupt people to rule over them then they should set their expectations accordingly.When people see their government as corrupt and immoral... it all goes downhill from there.No it doesn't. Personal morality isn't the responsibility of another individual or corporation. It starts with each one of us and our choices from the inside out.Starts at the top and works its way down.Torval said:
People just don't care about right and wrong anymore and I find that sad.
We're over-simplifying a complicated issue. There's a lot of truth in every corner of it that's overlooked in the discussion. It may not be possible to do it justice or be worth the effort. I think it was @FrodoFragins who had a signature that went something to the effect, "For every complex problem there is a simple solution that is as wrong as it is simple." That happens a lot in discussions here in my opinion because the format doesn't lend itself well to having them.
I hope you find a good path through the trademark fiasco. That sort of stuff is exhausting to deal with.
What ever happens down there, has a big effect on what happens up here.
Socially and Economically.