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Old 12-16-2009, 04:29 PM
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Default The Quest Gold (includes all expansion packs) [Chillingo]




Mithril Horde Expansion : http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/the-quest-mithril-horde/id349924184?mt=8

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Old 12-16-2009, 04:36 PM
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after the seed fiasco forget it !
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Old 12-16-2009, 04:52 PM
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after the seed fiasco forget it !
What fiasco? The great deal going on for those with patience to wait for one? Or are you griping about the DLC?

Regardless, this is a good idea and I will be putting it on my appshopper list to wait for a price drop since I am an openly admitted cheap ass.
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Old 12-16-2009, 04:59 PM
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What fiasco? The great deal going on for those with patience to wait for one?
While I am not sure I would call it a fiasco, I will say that its generally not a smart idea to alienate your most rabid customers (IE, your early adopters). I own a fair number of Chilingo games, but you can be sure I have no plans to ever purchase another one in the first few weeks.

Some I will probably purchase eventually, and some I will miss altogether as they fall off my radar, but their revenue stream from me is going to go down after this.

They certainly are allowed to price and re-price their games however they like, but conditioning your customers to pause before purchasing can't be too smart an idea.

Michael
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:01 PM
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While I am not sure I would call it a fiasco, I will say that its generally not a smart idea to alienate your most rabid customers (IE, your early adopters). I own a fair number of Chilingo games, but you can be sure I have no plans to ever purchase another one in the first few weeks.

Some I will probably purchase eventually, and some I will miss altogether as they fall off my radar, but their revenue stream from me is going to go down after this.

They certainly are allowed to price and re-price their games however they like, but conditioning your customers to pause before purchasing can't be too smart an idea.

Michael
that was basically what i meant.......you just used more words

nicely put
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:07 PM
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nicely put
I'm here for you.

I love your signature. Very zen.
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:07 PM
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any chance of a video at some point ??? sure looks nice...........
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:11 PM
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While I am not sure I would call it a fiasco, I will say that its generally not a smart idea to alienate your most rabid customers (IE, your early adopters). I own a fair number of Chilingo games, but you can be sure I have no plans to ever purchase another one in the first few weeks.

Some I will probably purchase eventually, and some I will miss altogether as they fall off my radar, but their revenue stream from me is going to go down after this.

They certainly are allowed to price and re-price their games however they like, but conditioning your customers to pause before purchasing can't be too smart an idea.

Michael
please get your facts straight!
chillingo is a PUBLISHING company, they do not develop the games. Their job is to drum-up intrest in the game and spread the word. They had nothing to do with seed's price drop.
To say, you won't be picking up future titles is just kinda stupid.
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:25 PM
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so the publishers have absolutely no inflluence over the developer is what your saying ........maybe over there in utopia thats true
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:27 PM
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please get your facts straight!
chillingo is a PUBLISHING company, they do not develop the games. Their job is to drum-up intrest in the game and spread the word. They had nothing to do with seed's price drop.
To say, you won't be picking up future titles is just kinda stupid.
Thank you for your input. *

If you really believe that a major publisher doesn't have any control over the pricing and marketing of the games that they distribute, then you are incorrect.

If you really believe that you (as someone unconnected to the developer or the publisher) can make a definitive statement like "They had nothing to do with the price drop", without looking foolish then you are also incorrect about that, too.

If you comprehended my post so poorly that you can't tell the difference between "no plans to ever purchase another one in the first few weeks" and "won't be picking up future titles" then you need to work on your reading skills.

In any case, I repeat, "Thank you for your input."

Regards, Michael





* I have a friend who used to work at Microsoft, and she told me that when clueless idiots who obviously didn't know what they were talking about would come up to her at trade shows, she would just say "Thank you for your input." and move on.

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