twitch.tv/the_nsix 27. feb, 2013 @ 7:00pm
Why does Valve support cash grab companies?
I could care less about the POS that The Warz is. What about every other title in their horrid line up? They spend $10k to develop games that they have no intention to ever support. Games that are nothing but face. They sell these titles to hicks at Wal-Mart and internet noobs then watch as the Brinks truck back up to their front door. Great investment!

Rinse and repeat.

Why does Valve condone horse s*** companies like this?

If there was ever a reason to start considering using a Steam competitor, now is that time.
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Silv3r9 27. feb, 2013 @ 7:41pm 
Supply & Demand that's why.

Unfortunately this opens the door for other developers with this same *cough* business model *cough* to get their games here - where gamers are so eager to throw their money at them.

Honestly at this rate the next thing to come our way will be Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing GOTY edition :/

Fun times ahead.
Healthcare 27. feb, 2013 @ 8:51pm 
$15 dollars is a cash grab?

The server hosting prices are a tad high I must admit. But as there are many private servers to choose from, there is no reason to worry about that. Also GC items in the in-game store drops in the game. So I am not seeing the cash grab you are trying to describe.
Rivet Head 28. feb, 2013 @ 2:48am 
i donno, why does valve have COD games on steam?
twitch.tv/the_nsix 28. feb, 2013 @ 6:08pm 
Opprinnelig skrevet av Geek Cream:
$15 dollars is a cash grab?

The server hosting prices are a tad high I must admit. But as there are many private servers to choose from, there is no reason to worry about that. Also GC items in the in-game store drops in the game. So I am not seeing the cash grab you are trying to describe.
Can you do math? $15 x ****** is one hell of a lot of money for what they put into the development of this game.

More importantly look at their history. They have more than a handful of games under their belt that where developed for $10-20k or so. These are ♥♥♥♥ games that serve no other purpose than to rake in cash. Putting these lame games on the shelf at Wal-Mart would guarantee 20k sales.

So that $15 soon snowballs into a cool $300,000 for a ♥♥♥♥ game like Big Rigs and they had many “successes” like this.

War Inc. was one of their last games. They too abandoned that title as well, leaving a lot of paid users in the dust. They only created a crappy DayZ clone to ride on the success that DayZ had created.

I played the beta for The WarZ and was not impressed by anything. I'm not necessarily saying that Valve should block The WarZ for being what it is. Although what they have done with this game is disturbing. More so it is their intentions. Each and every single game up to this point.

Before this WarZ debacle there was a lot of good information on Wikipedia. But it got flooded by anti WarZ spam so it was removed.

Buy this crap if it tickles your fancy. Just know that you will not be serving anyone any good by doing so. You are setting the wrong example for these snakes.
twitch.tv/the_nsix 28. feb, 2013 @ 6:10pm 
Opprinnelig skrevet av Rivet Head:
i donno, why does valve have COD games on steam?
COD is not my cup of teas. But everyone knows what they are getting into by purchasing games in that series. The devs behind The WarZ are the worst of the worst. What title in their past impresses you?
Rectal Reimagination 28. feb, 2013 @ 7:15pm 
Opprinnelig skrevet av Silv3r9:
Supply & Demand that's why.

Unfortunately this opens the door for other developers with this same *cough* business model *cough* to get their games here - where gamers are so eager to throw their money at them.

Honestly at this rate the next thing to come our way will be Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing GOTY edition :/

Fun times ahead.

You can buy the "Chrome wheelz DLC" for an extra 10$. But if you crash you lose them.
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