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DarkTwinkie wrote:The Kickstarter moved so fast and furious, we learned a ton about what you guys wanted as we went along. We are looking into this right away and will give you an answer in the next few days.
smurfinaus wrote:I could be very wrong, but most games sold at retail stores are sold either as PC OR Mac etc - so you are paying for game on each different OS - its always been like that. Steamplay blah blah is just Steam - maybe Steam was just too lazy to offer Mac separately (hell there arent that many Mac games anyway?)?
As for your decision about Steam and multiple "copies" of the game, that just feels like placing the legitimacy check into the hands of a third party which was not explicitly part of the Wasteland 2 package from the beginning.
Brother None wrote:And I don't think Desure requires a client.
Wasted Vibe Land wrote:I'm not aware of any DD platform that doesn't require that you install their client to get access to "your" game.
Wasted Vibe Land wrote:Is this the official inXile respond?
Brother None wrote:There's GOG. And GamersGate. But I don't think either of those is into cross-platform stuff.
Wasted Vibe Land wrote:Anyway, my original point was that it shouldn't depend on what features/ support third parties provide, it should be planned and provided by inXile itself - I think it's only fair, since we did back inXile.
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