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Re: Market Bubbles

Welcome, Schokotod! Interesting comment. Because Limit Theory is a game that has some simulated economy features in it, rather than a economic simulation that happens to be fun, there's maybe a question you might want to consider before getting too deep into specifics: open or closed economy? In oth...

Re: Net Neutrality

Flat, for what is now the third or fourth time, that's not what net neutrality means . It's not about charging Netflix more for using more data - that's already the case for both content providers and content and is never illegal. It's also not about the government controlling prices for data outri...

Re: Net Neutrality

A few days ago Ajit Pai mocked everyone that supported net neutrality, and joked about being a Verizon shill. He's corrupt, and knows it's quite obvious he's corrupt, and he's even willing to flaunt that fact because he's sure of "victory" and doesn't care what the public thinks about him. Tal, I t...

Re: Net Neutrality

An "I'm going to try to pick apart all of the reasons you offered supporting your belief, but I'm not going to give you the same courtesy of explaining my own reasons" response is just arguing. There's no point in responding if it's just going to elicit more arguing. "You've explained the specific r...

Re: Net Neutrality

Assuming we're all adults here who can disagree without being rude, I'd like to provide something like another perspective for comparison. I think there is a reasonable argument to be made in favor of choosing not to impose yet more top-down, central-planner control of yet another part of the commer...

Re: Unit/Group AI In Halo

I am So Ready to be talking actual AI gameplay development in Limit Theory. :D For now, I really enjoyed your summary, Damocles -- that is some good stuff. I'm not an AI pro or expert, but let me offer a couple of additional thoughts. 1. It seems to me that the optimal point in unit AI is somewhere ...

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