Pour one out for Reggie
No they are just bringing the prices more in line with current exchange rates. Its just for Japan. Not worldwide.
A new indie game not locked into Epic exclusivity. May wonders never cease.
Following the gold.
Epic, buying up every exclusive and banning you for trying to get a deal on it.
Steam sales have never been store-wide... they’ve always had publisher buy-in.
NNetflix became hugely popular and made lots of money because it was relatively cheap and had oodles of content. Then everyone else saw how much money they were making and wanted to get in on it.
I think the controversy is less over the specific picks and more over how they were picked.
This is straight bullshit. Steam started as a patcher and copy protection for Valve games. Publishers came to them when they realized that Valve appeared to have found a solution for implementing anti-piracy measures that didn’t make players want to vomit. That’s how it went. Valve never went on a great purchasing…
Hi! Silent Hill wants his fog back!
Super Mario Marker
But unionization is as much about leverage as it is specific workplace issues.
Valve has to have a ton of overhead with all the servers they run, the constant updates from security threats, the market, VR, the community, and countless other things that Epic store does not have. I find it crazy that it even has to be mentioned.
It’s....a great eye, lidless, wreathed in flame.
1.) Epic is currently utilizing timed exclusives to build their brand. It was not that long ago Microsoft was doing the same thing to bolster Xbox One sales and was highly criticized for it. Yet here Epic is fine.
We live in a world where Hollow Knight exists, it’s gonna be hard to compete with the current king of Metroidvania, even if you're one of the people who invented the genre.
I honestly don’t care if Stadia becomes the next big thing, kills consoles, and everyone has to play laggy games forever. Why? Because I’m officially declaring myself an old man, and this is where I’m done. I now plan to live out the rest of my life replaying the great games from the before time as I shake my…
Eh, I got my hands on it about a decade ago at Eurogamer Expo, where they said it’d be the next revolution in gaming.
It’s obvious this writer is only interested in stating their position on the Ghostbusters thing, but shrouded it with writing a history of James Rolfe. Anybody with a brain can see that.