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Re: Stellaris

It's where CK2 falls down a little. It'd be nice if there were a way to continue a game, even after you "lose". Either take over from a bastard branch, or continue as a Baron trying to scavenge enough power to get a county again. Or the ability to continue play from someone's Court. Then you could ...

Re: The End

Selling the rights would be complicated I would have thought. The main issue is what happens to all the kick starter backers who funded the games development? Will they still get the rewards promised? You would essentially be selling a debt to all the kick starter folk who paid their money and expe...

Re: Net Neutrality

AT&T bought Time Warner last night, and Comcast is about to buy what's left of Fox. With Net Neutrality down, AT&T is free to raise prices for Netflix, or even block it entirely in favor of its newly-acquired "HBO Go", of which Netflix is a direct competitor. Netflix doesn't have the strength to st...

Re: Net Neutrality

I agree with Flat. I do think Net Neutrality is poor policy, but it was also poor policy that was a product of a power grab by the FCC. I think those in favor of Net Neutrality should be concerned about more extensive internet regulation. Agencies typically keep expanding regulation in an area once ...

Re: Stellaris

Removing FTL and trying to "fix" the gameplay meant fewer "options" were viable. It became less of a screw-around-sandbox and more of a 4X. People that liked it before because it wasn't a 4X (myself included) simply don't like it now at all, because they don't like 4X's, and I think you'll agree th...

Re: Stellaris

Ok, so we're about 2 months from 2.0, what's the verdict on it? In my view, it's actually even worse than I expected it to be, and I was expecting it to be bad. Not only did they adopt my least favorite FTL method, but then they slowed it down massively, turning the game into a tedious slog. For me,...

Re: Stellaris

yeah, its a very big change. so a whole lot of people dont like it. it breaks their (preferred) way of playing it, very hard so in this case. I don't think it's merely because it changes how people play either, while that is definitely a component. I think the changes go to the core of what people ...

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