Lord Milky said:There were plenty of native tribes after the British left. The decline of culture is mainly due to the influx of settlers which in turn caused population growth , shrinking territory and racial tensions. I'm not saying the British were completely innocent but let's not forget , the drastic decline happened after their departure. Your source sounds incredibly biased. The French also had a major foothold in the Americas causing war amongst tribes , disease etc
wormydowg said:The big empires like the Greeks, Romans, Mongols, Ottoman, and British, just kinda let culture do it's thing. The last 2 empires were real jerks tho, ottomans wanted to unite all these different cultures under one religion, and the British we're trying to drain areas of their wealth.
Only the 16th century Spanish have managed to completely destroy cultures, and while they have done their fair share of destruction, it was actually forcing interracial marriage between native Americans and Spanish millitary that did the most damage to existing culture.
They've never been very good at that. All things considered, this is a pretty small thing to worry over, especially since the contradiction came quite soon after the initial statement (it would have been much worse if you could have pre-purchased the game with the understanding you'd get early access and then the game releases without going through early access). They just need to make a more definitive and less ambiguous statement.Bjorn The Raider said:But I must say TW doesn't really seem good from outside when it comes to the communication.
onarum said:Akesh the Cursed said:Lol! If this goes more than $20 I will be very disappointed. The game has been in development for how many years and it now decides to go in to early access? I am one of the few people here defending TW when it comes to needing more time on game development but I do not support early access games. This may be an exception if it is fairly priced but if they want $40 I will just wait for the full development or may just pass altogether, which would not be easy for me.Auldman said:I don't mind paying $40 for this game in EA
Edit: I would love to participate in a beta if that is a possibility.
....What? you people do realize that you'd be basically buying the game early and having access to it right? you're not just paying for beta access, and you want the full game to cost you 20 dollars?
This will be a full price game friend, 60 USD minimum, do you really think they'd spend all this time and money, develop an entirely new engine, and then charge 15 bucks for it? you can't possibly be that delusional right?
At most you'd get a 15% discount by buying it while on early access, but that's it, of course I'm talking about Early Access specifically, if they decide to do their own open/closed beta test I doubt they'll charge anything for it.
Boy I can already see children *****ing in the steam forums about the final price of this game..
As for me I'll pay whatever it is they charge for it, because I know it'll be worth it.
Man, the girl interviewing him doesn't seem very insightful with regards to the subject.rysborn said:https://www.twitch.tv/videos/300908109, start at 1 hour 5 minutes exactly, should be it, for those who can't watch it live
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The future is weird.
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