There was already a fee for Greenlight, this changes nothing.
A jump from $100 to $5000 is a pretty big difference. This probably hurts the solo game dev the most. Indie companies may be affected, but not as hard as the solo dev. At least asset flipping will be a thing of the past.
There are probably patches for those games to solve whatever problem it is that you're having.
I'm pretty sure they aren't compatable. My desktop is windows 10 and isn't compatable with anything except the sims 2. I told my dad if he got a pc for me for christmas 2 years ago to get one with windows 7 because I had a laptop with windows 7 and all of my games worked on it but of course I got a new laptop with windows 7 and none of them work except starcraft and the sims >.> When I say not work I mean I can't install them even )=
Has anyone bought For Honor? It looks interesting if you're into fighting games.
Oh man I'm so stoked for Persona 5 and Shenmue III.
After thoughtful consideration, we decided to shift our focus and resources to PS4 and Windows PC to further develop and improve the user experience on these two devices.
The game had several betas. I think there was even a public beta available to download for like a week before launch. Where were you at, Hydrohs?I would like to try For Honour, it looks right up my alley, but at $80 that's a steep price for a gamble. Where all the demos at, gamedevs?
In before PC port begging. #PCMasterRacehttps://www.extremetech.com/gaming/...n-now-support-vita-ps3-bravia-blu-ray-players
Vita is dead. And:
Haha, oh wow.