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Just lol Erillion, just fraking lolErillion said:
So Everything (!) in there came ultimately from Intel, not CIG.
Perhaps the shills can ask CIG for some backup now that they have $46 million for marketing....sgel said:Maybe get some of these people in here so that the same three people don't have to defend it for years and years?Babuinix said:When you constantly have the same posters year after year attacking the project and it's backers with the constant "scam" or "imminent collapse" acusations, hyperbolic dramas, obfuscations and wishing for the game to crash I think it's only normal that people call them out for it.
Specialy when both the company and the game keep progressing at a steady rate and delivering on their milestones with more and more people joining everyday.
Erillion said:In one of the previous documents it was said that CIG did offer something to CryTek, but CryTek did not want it. Presumably they wanted more. After CryTek refused to accept it, it may be that CIG stopped offering it (because CryTek would not accept it anyway). And with the switch to Lumberyard there was no longer a reason to offer anything to CryTek.
CIG agreed to send bug fixes. Not code changes. I assume CryTek expected to get all the code changes "for free" (well, CryTek may have assumed that the (presumably ?) low (?) buyout price that CIG paid for the whole code was basically the price to get the code changes ... but it is not explicitly mentioned in the contract, so CIG did not feel obliged to send it ... which pissed of CryTek). Sounds like the three brothers thought they outsmarted CIG ... and thought wrong.