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  1. How long is this going to take? What I like about steam are the sales. 2€ for Magic 2014? Deal! It is the only way to make me buy games, that I would never buy for a regular price.
  2. You have made some good points that are worth to think about and maybe chance my point of view.
  3. Yes I know :-/. But at least they are adding new features http://kotaku.com/star-citizen-teases-racing-and-first-person-shooting-1622717882 I would be more happy if they would finely deliver the game, and patch the other stuff. Hopefully (for all the backers out there) Star Citizen will see the light of day, and don't choke on his own high expectations.
  4. No my friend, no one is forcing me. I just don't agree that you have to pay a company extra to participate in a Beta. And that customers should 'think/be careful about' before paying even after the company already reached their needed goals. You are showing you willingness to help buy beta-testing, and now they even ask you to pay for it. This is what bothers me. After the CF is completed I will wait for the released product before I pay anything. This discussion could end here if every buddy is OK with that .
  5. I don't even need the 'Iron Will' for this, 25$ for a Beta is like paying some one, to do their job: Dude, I pay you 50$ if you allow me to mow you lawn / I pay you to $$ if you allow me to run a bugfix in your Framework / etc. I think it's possible you might be missing the point of crowd funding. Many, many people have happily dumped more cash into this project than it's objectively worth because they wanted to see this game get made. Paying to help make it the best game it can be (i.e., provide beta feedback) makes perfect sense in that context. Crowd funding (FC) is absolut
  6. I don't even need the 'Iron Will' for this, 25$ for a Beta is like paying some one, to do their job: Dude, I pay you 50$ if you allow me to mow you lawn / I pay you to $$ if you allow me to run a bugfix in your Framework / etc.
  7. Thanks for all the answers. I think I will go with GOG again, and put PE into my RPG directory on my backup HDD . Maybe get it on steam for streaming when the steam sales hit the price very low. <10$ PS/OT: Is it correct that I need to pay extra 25$ to the 35$ to join the Beta? If yes, I will pass.
  8. Hello ever buddy I just recently rediscover Project Eternity (PE) and my mind was blown again . It is been a long time since I heard about PE, and I can't understand how I could have lost track of this game. Anyway, I'm happy to see it again and here is my actual question: What would you choose, steam or GOG? I have a steam account and I have purchased some game via GOG, but I fail to see the benefits of being DRM-free when it comes to digital distribution. Can someone evaluate for me where the advantage and disadvantage is in buying the game via steam or GOG? I mean, I can't resell
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