They have no intention of making another Chrono sequel.
So what? That doesn't allow someone to take their non-free assets and do with it as they please.
The ROM hacking community is nearly all diehard fans. Pissing them off does not sound like a good way to do business.
And the ROM hacking community probably makes up a hugely small fraction of game buyers so I really doubt Square Enix could even care less.
This decision will certainly make me think twice before buying a Square-Enix game new.
I'm sure they are quaking in their boots over that.
Here's six wildly popular games that were vastly improved by massive modding opportunities.
But that wasn't their claim. Their claim was that "A lot of great PC games were even more successful than they otherwise might have been because they opened themselves up to the mod community".
A lot of great PC games were even more successful than they otherwise might have been because they opened themselves up to the mod community.
A lot is a huge stretch. I doubt you can name more than a half dozen.
The programmers that contribute to OS projects are pretty adamant about good code, something Microsoft will learn one day.
And yet in practice this statement doesn't hold up because there is plenty of shit code floating around in open source projects.
The bank is the one who would levvy this alleged 2 SEK fee, yet they have absolutely nothing to gain from playing along with this dumb game.
They have a 2 SEK per transaction fee to gran by playing along.
I thought maybe I could help it be a little funnier with a juxtaposition.
And you failed miserably. Good job!
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