Ploutonas said:But I got surprised when I heard from my speakers " CD PROJEKT"..I cannot get into details, but before the microsoft conference (same day), bad news popped up in several forums, about microsoft doing bad deals with the devs, against competitors. And developers shouldn't speak about PS4 or Wii U, in their stage and after that. So honestly I personally didnt watched the entire microsoft thing, I was more like bullying it, as microsoft does all the time, in several forums.. lol
I saw some scenes, but at the same time I had many websites open, I was commenting and didnt paid lots of attention in everything they showed.. Because after all, my final decision NOT TO buy the console was taken since they announced the DRM's.
So the basic idea of me watching the show it was like.. " let me see the devs who agreed in such a deals, against the companies I am supporting".. And less "let me see some new games" It was more like "candidates" not to buy their games..
Yeah right.darji said:No it needs exposure and it got a ton of it but not because they went on the MS stage but because every fucking stie and magizine there praised this games in high manner. It did not needed any exposure on the MS stage. The only thing it got because of that is bad publicity.
The gist of it:
- Games will be playable offline for 24 hours.
- Games will be playable offline for only 1 hour if accessing your library from another console.
- Publishers can enable you to resell your games at participating retailers (sounds like they can also not enable you to trade in, or only enable resale after a certain amount of time.)
- You can give disc-based games to friends, however you can only give them to people who have been on your friends list for at least 30 days and each game can only be given once.
- Lending or renting games will not be supported at launch.
wsmieszek said:I really hope that CDPR takes a stand and drops support of XBOX platform: at least at game's launch. I understand that it is alienating a part of demographic, but it would be an extremely clear message against destructive anti-consumer practices, very much in spirit of fairness we've grown so used to with CDPR/GoG.
Dragoonlordz said:I see no reason to punish those gamers who buy an Xbone by denying them a great game on top of the punishment already receive from Microsoft in the form of their poilcies, even if I myself do not plan to buy a Xbone. Think of it this way. CDPR are not supporting the Xbone, they are supporting your fellow gamers and consumers who happen to buy an Xbone as they have done with Steam and Origin for PC that both have forms of DRM.
They are about giving people the freedom to choose where they buy it and if want a DRM free version they offer you the chance to go down that path if wish via GoG. They should no more remove their product from Xbone anymore so than removing it from Steam or Origin, let the consumer decide which he or she wishes to buy it on and allow a DRM free version for those who prefer that route.
Dragoonlordz said:I see no reason to punish those gamers who buy an Xbone by denying them a great game on top of the punishment already receive from Microsoft in the form of their poilcies (...) CDPR are not supporting the Xbone, they are supporting your fellow gamers and consumers who happen to buy an Xbone as they have done with Steam and Origin for PC that both have forms of DRM.
Dragoonlordz said:2. This is not anymore an option of choice this is a matter of privacy and restrictions Microsoft wants to force on this Industry.
3. Developer and publisher need to take a stance here. This is about the future of this industry you should try to be neutral about this whole issue.
Ploutonas said:Here is fresh news... so CDPR sawed us the pc version of the game??? with dual gpus?
above is the xbox one @E3
and the news came out... (guess)from an NVIDIA VIP who captured it with his mobile.. Here is the original source of the news. https://twitter.com/JazRignall
They definitely use a single (dual) GPU, is very fat and long.
Ploutonas said:Its not an IBM to use an emulator, if that is your point.