Well, as he thanks one of his donators for a gift of 1000 $, its seems this is also a business model, although an unusual one.If I were a lawyer, the last thing I would be spending my time doing is reviewing case files I'm not getting paid to review!kikoodutroa8 said:Guys, look at the name, the avatar...
MadFrenchie is obviously fugly-hat law dude from youtube!!!
Considering that they didn't expand on the fantasy aspect/definition of magician at all for the assassin after mentioning it, odds are pretty good they meant the real life version of the magician.I'm cool with the general archetype, it's an RPG standard. But at least show us something unique to their rogue. Admittedly, the reveal doesn't go into a whole lotta depth, but instead, a whole lotta flavor text to hype the class up. That's not really an excuse for not having a single thing that seems even somewhat unique so far (again, unless they expound on the magician phrase, but I think the staff here added that, because I didn't see the phrase on the class page).Kyleran said:Naw, they are just really bored of playing the same classes for 20 years now...FlyByKnight said:Some of you guys are absolute nutmegs with how you switch on/off your disgust with mainstays/tropes in the genre. Y'all are some unstable mf'ers. XD
EDIT- compare and contrast Crowfall here to CU's class lineup. It's like night and day in creativity.
This case isn't some dinky forum war. Crytek is under no obligation whatsoever to pander to the forum peanut gallery. The qualifications for a legal case to be dismissed are much higher and harder to get than the qualifications for a case to go to court.Phry said:Cryteks response by the same token didn't address most of the reasons why the case should be dismissed either, so without that 'document' the existence of which is entirely questionable, its hard to see how dismissing the case out of hand is not the most likely outcome, the judge after all isn't interested in what might be, but what is, and given facts presented so far, i don't really fancy Cryteks chances, Crytek is fast becoming a laughing stock tbh that hole they are in is only getting deeper.
"positive reviews" ??From who,this is the first time the public "who actually matter"have tried the game.
Biased opinions don't count.
Pretty much ALWAYS,if a game is good or looks good on paper,it gets around and i have NEVER heard of this game anywhere.So the only way this gets around is via biased advertising.
So i set out to Seam to find out what this game is about.
Can you say BANDWAGON,yet another battle Royale and in a genre that has already taken foothold in PubG and Fortnite and still some hanging around h1Z1,there is no room left for a sub par offering.
This and all the other Battle Royale games are CHEAP offerings,one may like that type of gaming,seems many do,it is still a very cheapo low end game,something i don't care about because it takes very little effort to make games like this.
Doesn't he have a patreon or something so that people can tip him dough in exchange for his reassuring words though? I think that's his bizness model.If I were a lawyer, the last thing I would be spending my time doing is reviewing case files I'm not getting paid to review!kikoodutroa8 said:Guys, look at the name, the avatar...
MadFrenchie is obviously fugly-hat law dude from youtube!!!
AAAMEOW said:Go through the game list to see how many mmorpg have been made. With so many mmorpg on life support, no wonder no investor want to put money into it.
And look at the mobile game market. Games are making million in a day. That is the reality we are living in. Why would company spend so much making mmorpg when cheaper and smaller budget games make more money.
According to Glass Door, a Daum /Kakao software engineer makes 53M SKW annually which converts to $50K US. Also according to Glass Door the average gaming software engineer (based on 265K entries) is $104K.Azaron_Nightblade said:Pretty much. BDO's one of the lower budget big titles, and it cost around $11M according to this interview https://www.invenglobal.com/articles/3777/dae-il-kim-the-chairperson-of-pearl-abyss-im-still-an-active-developer-the-next-title-is-in-progressKyleran said:Way back when KSer first took off I said a fully featured could not be made for the small amouns devs were asking for, even with MJs promise of additional funds bringing the total to $5 or 6M I was doutful, only buying in as he promised a scaled back, PVP only game which would make it all possible.
I said back then there is no way I could see a MMORPG worth a damn being made for less than $10 to 20M, and some people told me I was wrong.
Which I was, turns out the figure is more like $20 to 30M, seeing recent investment events with CU, Crowfall, Ashes, SotA and some others previously. (Star Citizen people?)
So when Caspian says he'll press forward without investors and build "the most amazing game ever" on what he's raising through KSer and continuing crowd funding alone, all I can do is laugh and say, not unless he plans to start selling spaceships.
"In fact, the development cost for BDO wasn’t that high. We had as many skilled personnel as we could get, and I personally put much dedication into it. It was around 11 million dollars. We modified the whole process in order to save some costs. The process was completely different from that of R2 or C9. We discussed many times internally, and we had to make an instant decision from time to time."
Thank you for that clarification.MaxBacon said:It can't be dismissed if there are questions to be answered, the fact CIG didn't address 2 of the complaints on the motion already sets that standard.
thunderC said:This Devillion game was the worst piece of &%^%$ i have ever had the misfortune of playing. You guys think anyone will ever get the mmo ARPG right? Im a big fan of the genre . I tried Path of Exile but got turned off by the art/animation style of the game, just felt very blocky and rough around the edges. Maybe i should give it another shot