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cRPG Technical problems / Re: Error installing CRPG
« Last post by Thryn on Today at 04:08:06 AM »
make sure to download the newest patcher from cRPG website
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Anyone who is part of the insider programme is welcome to join the last big technical alpha of 2017. And if you are not signed up for the insider programme you have until December 1st to sign up and still participate.
https://news.xbox.com/en-us/2017/11/22/last-call-sea-thieves-technical-alpha/
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General Off Topic / Re: Am I racist?
« Last post by Bittersteel on Today at 01:34:30 AM »

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Greetings Peasant_Woman,

This is yuhmaz from crpg forum team.Thank you for informing us about the bug,we had several issues with the ballista in the past,our dev told me that "ballista has a very complex code structure,time spent on fixing it does not worth,why are you trying to fix everything but yeye maybe i'll check".We hope that you learn to disregard such trifle problems.See you on the battlefield!

Regards,
The Melee Gaming Team
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cRPG Technical problems / Re: Error installing CRPG
« Last post by Yuhmaz on Today at 12:29:32 AM »
Dear SyderOne,

I am yuhmaz from The crpg forum team.If the problem you encountered continues you can message crpg support via crpgsupport@gmail.com I hope it is fixed by now,see you on the battlefield!

The Crpg Forum Team
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General Discussion / Re: New Items Suggestion Thread
« Last post by Yuhmaz on Today at 12:26:24 AM »
Yeldur some of them are good but man it gotta be medieval not ancient ,don't u think?
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General Off Topic / Re: Prohibition 2018
« Last post by Thryn on November 23, 2017, 11:22:54 PM »
but one of the things I find despicable is this tendency to exploit loopholes, justify corruption and to admire those that manage to do so. The bureaucracy is not ALWAYS just an excuse for "elites" to screw over everyone else, only if your bureaucracy is fundamentally broken in the first place.

whats wrong with exploiting loopholes? it's how business is, it's how it always will be. in order to maintain a successful enterprise, you need to maximize profits. whenever government shoves its dick into something with regulations, by default someone is going to find a way around it to save some money. i think this kind of highlights the fallacy that lots of people use to advocate for huge bureaucratic governments. they like to believe that business, especially big business, hurts the working man by underpaying and under-privileging him. to counter this, they try to use governmental authority to punish these businesses in a glorious act of social justice. to them, it's the great Business vs Government conundrum, where the righteous government can put a stop to the wicked acts of the greedy capitalist pig.

i think if you look deeper though, you find that there is no Business vs Government battle. Business wins everytime. Goverment puts out a regulation, businesses find a loophole. Hell, in the US, businesses spend billions of dollars to lobby members of Congress to grant them special permissions, its why we have 70,000 page income tax code in US (according to taxfoundation.org) as well as an insanely corrupt government. in soviet russia, the government was the business man, and that turned out fantastic for everyone. i think history shows us that wherever bureaucracy rears its head, those below the elite class are ALWAYS screwed. bureaucracy fundamentally inhibits individual liberty, making it broken no matter what (unless you think individual liberty isn't an important ideal).
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General Off Topic / Re: Prohibition 2018
« Last post by Thryn on November 23, 2017, 10:47:06 PM »
You're a few decades late on that. Considering lootboxes as gambling the equivalent of Prohibition is a perfect Leshmanism though, congrats.

Simplest solution as it always has been is for gamers to not willingly bend over to get fucked, but that's never gonna happen. There's no consumer base more willing to get pissed on than gamers. Despite EA being a literal death camp for some of the best studios and franchises of the history of gaming, despite endless whining and drama from gamers, EA is still going to keep doing what it does, because it's profitable.

https://www.marketwatch.com/investing/stock/ea

Look at the stock over the past few years. If you bought EA stock at any point in the past few years, you don't complain, cause it's fucking rock solid. And companies such as EA couldn't give less of a shit about their consumers, who they can fuck over repeatedly and will still keep coming back for seconds, "thank you sir may I have another?". Only thing they care about is their stockholders and keeping that little line as deep in the black as they can.

ye ur right on a quite a few points, but if you are looking to invest in gaming industry then doing some research on the companies will ultimately benefit you. take cd projekt red for example, they went out and made a game that really made gamers happy. they made really awesome decisions and how were they rewarded?

http://markets.businessinsider.com/stock/CD_Projekt_RED-Quote

i think its folly to say that gamers will continue to be ass blasted when ea goes on reddit and gets 600,000 downvotes because they pissed off people who bought battlefront 2. its possible that someone will wise up and stop making idiotic decisions when they realize they could become so much more profitable if they listened to their customer base.

remember the shit that steam tried to pull with skyrim paid mods? that dumpster fire got extinguished pretty damn early. now all that's left is to tell bethesda to fuck off with their bullshit creation club paid mods garbage.
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... and all the other things floating around out there / Re: AC Origins
« Last post by Bittersteel on November 23, 2017, 10:46:13 PM »
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General Discussion / Re: New Items Suggestion Thread
« Last post by Pollux on November 23, 2017, 10:41:54 PM »
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