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They're the ones who put up the money and decide when the games should be released. Yes, publishers usually decide payments and deadlines, but any publisher worth their salt (ie. not go bankrupt) also knows that tey must work with developers and adjust budget/deadlines if necessary. The fact that S...
https://www.reddit.com/r/facepalm/comments/7y5oc6/the_presidents_twitter_banner_is_now_a_picture_of/?st=jdrlwt2w&sh=5b737407 When your president is actually retarded... Yeah, there were 2 cops. Dude apparently dropped his gun and drifted away in the crowds to escape, so once the shooting stoppe...
- Sat 17 Feb 2018 18:09
- Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
- Topic: Maybe the USMC was right to go with the M103?
- Replies: 41
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Mike wrote:The US only has two post 1992 Protos and one of them is in the Naval tab
It's not so much they get proto units, that the get strategic assets in what's supposed to be a tactical game.
D-M wrote:Underpaying your employee doesn't mean you are low on cash, just that you underpay them.
Yeah, I think people forget that Wargame was a breakout success rather than AoA/SD being flops.
But yeah, underpaying staff is shit, all the best for the Eugen lot.
Hero in Black Panther is actually "Black Trump" because he says "we are all one tribe." Anyone else seen this movie want to ching in on that? Haven't seen it yet, but reddit is on the full blown "Outrage mentality" over it or over criticism of it. It happens every time...
In the video game industry, the "passion" (you work for passion, not for money right ? Right ?) argument is often used to negociate lower salary and I'd say it's the root of most evil since it probably emboldens employers to squeeze out the workforce that don't really want to and sometime...