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2020-10-09 Exchange Cache, Universe Change, Items Block Doors
#11
The monthly fee will return at some point. There is no hurry to do that, at this time.
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#12
Haxus, if you want to protect the source and everything, I’d recommend including some sort of always-online digital rights management. I hear it’s the hottest new trend in gaming.
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#13
(10-16-2020, 11:34 PM)Mr. Mortius Wrote: Haxus, if you want to protect the source and everything, I’d recommend including some sort of always-online digital rights management. I hear it’s the hottest new trend in gaming.

You should stop trolling, some people don't know when you are joking.

I believe Steam offers some DRM, but it really isn't something I know a lot about.
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#14
(10-16-2020, 11:34 PM)Mr. Mortius Wrote: Haxus, if you want to protect the source and everything, I’d recommend including some sort of always-online digital rights management. I hear it’s the hottest new trend in gaming.

Cut the shit.
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#15
Dead serious. If Haxus wants to make money from the game, this sort of monetization would help a lot. Options to pay for unique textures to use in the designer or for wearable equipment, letting pirates drop lootcrates you can buy keys to for unique prizes, and maybe even a buyable currency that can be used in new infinitely repeatable research processes to reduce wait time (Example: Research +% damage on heat energy weapons. It can be researched normally taking one week for +1%, two weeks for +1.5%, four weeks for +2%, etc, or the wait time can be skipped with the purchased currency). This could offset the running costs completely, just look at other games such as Valve's Team Fortress 2 for an example. (Another game on Steam, even)
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#16
Quote:just look at other games such as Valve's Team Fortress 2 for an example. (Another game on Steam, even)

TF2 literally only has cosmetics as a monetization method, which is totally fine. i.e: no p2w

It doesn't have any of the other parasitic monetization models mentioned that the world could do less with.
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#17
(10-16-2020, 11:34 PM)Mr. Mortius Wrote: always-online

Add access to Galactic chat, and the blueprint exchange. Then it would be almost like normal Hazeron and require always-online. ^^;

Sorry, had to be said.
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