Dungeon Defenders Discussion
They do this because they can, they have success. They shouldn't but they have. And what makes me upset about this at all is that Valve, the company who got a **** load of money, don't bother taking care about their billion of customers.
They could add simple rules and put some control over the quality. But the gaming branch isn't serious any more. You are allowed to sell an unfinished, broken product for 100$ and you don't even have to finish it ever (yes, steam is allowing developers to leave their products unfinished). And that's THE problem.
//edit: I cannot remember any other market where it's fine to sell unfinished products and leave them unfinished. It's hard to believe people put money on this over and over again. But for my own healthy I stopped asking myself: why.
[Edited by 0x90, 7/22/2014 1:29:05 PM]
Steam went to **** after discovering the Greenlight project works as a new source of income.
Worse of it all?
Steam/valve is still the best out there.
Origin and Uplay got nothing on Steam.
Have to either save up for a PS4 / Xbox1.
Or just bear with it. Until miracle happens.
In case you missed this:
The creators of the PC game Towns have given up on development, choosing to leave the game unfinished for good—even though it's been on sale for the past 18 months and had sold over 200,000 copies as of last summer.
Surprisingly enough, tho, the game patched July 18, 2014 and remains for sale on Steam for $14.99. The game devs are also talking about a possible Towns 2.
* Updated game trainers and cheats daily
* Get notified when new cheats are added
* Request which games get new trainers
* Priority support with any problem
• teleport and change or freeze various values including banked mana
+ 2 more options