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Any plans for the next cycle yet?

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nas1m:

--- Quote from: tombik on February 09, 2016, 01:11:58 PM ---Actually now that they enlargened their customer base with the giveaway, a not overambitious DLC for this game may help them financially.

I for one, always try to "complete" DLCs for the games I own.

And "giveaway the base game, charge for DLCs later" strategy is even used by 2K games before with Mafia2, Civ5 and XCOM EU via GMG.

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Sure, I would be a day-1-sale as well.

keith.lamothe:
Yea, there would be more of a market now but even with wide-install-base cases in the past (Skyward Collapse and TLF) we've found that the expansions didn't yield much. Only AIW's managed to make expansions make sense long-term, and even those bring in less than you might think. In general the "get any DLC for a game I own" motive does not appear to be very widespread.

lessster:

--- Quote from: keith.lamothe on February 09, 2016, 01:56:47 PM ---Yea, there would be more of a market now but even with wide-install-base cases in the past (Skyward Collapse and TLF) we've found that the expansions didn't yield much. Only AIW's managed to make expansions make sense long-term, and even those bring in less than you might think. In general the "get any DLC for a game I own" motive does not appear to be very widespread.

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That's sad to hear.

lessster:

--- Quote from: ptarth on February 09, 2016, 02:27:44 AM ---Starward Rogue with the timeshifting mech is pretty close to Bionic Dues.

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Yes I know. I own Starward Rogue as well and it's a good game, too.

But AI War and Bionic Dues are the two games where I would immediately buy any new DLC without looking.

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