Crusader Kings II
8 days 19 hours
Path of Exile
8 days 7 hours
Ark: Survival Evolved
3 days 7 hours
Tom Clancy's The Division
2 days 16 hours
36 days 13 hours
Europa Universalis IV
13 days 22 hours
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
10 days 12 hours
9 days 7 hours
Right. People can do whatever they want. But that doesn't change the fact that Copyright, Trademark, and Intellectual Property laws exist for a reason. Nintendo - out of all game companies has one of the strictest reputations in regards to maintaining control over their IPs.
If they start allowing some mods to persist then it sets a precedent for other modders to start profiting off their original works at the cost of their own profits. And while it might seem like they're taking their time addressing this, legal matters generally don't move very quickly.
It's almost like businesses primarily exist to profit rather than provide...
As far as I can tell the only real value to modding a Nintendo property like this is to get this kind of publicity when the totally inevitable (unless you're willfully ignorant) legal challenge shuts down the project then parlaying the skills and ability demonstrated into an actual industry job. Though at the same time, this also demonstrates a blatant disregard for IP laws which could easily appear as a risk to a potential employer.
I mean really, given the vast amount of other games that actually encourage modding choosing to spend any amount of time on a Nintendo property seems incredibly foolish to me.
If memory serves me right, these guys came out with this concept when zombie games were on the rise. The market, at the time, was not over-saturated yet.
I remember seeing it on steam and being quite excited for it.
"I just want the whole entire FFT series to come to PC!!!!"
I could die happy if this were to happen.
apparently your reading the old dictionary, the new one will come out here soon by the end of this new year to include the new meaning of the word "dabbing". Kappa
So where you seem to know what this newest iteration of 'dabbing' means can you please explain it to the rest of us considering the article doesn't.
Has anything ever resulted in reduced prices?
All this means is Valve would inflate the prices or force the companies to raise their prices.