McNash wrote:pils wrote:McNash wrote:On the other hand, they may have to disguise themselves as other company, since wargame fanboys may purposely attack anything non-wargame they created for the sake of forcing them to keep making more DLCs and stuff.
" ... forcing them to keep making more DLCs and stuff."
Lmao, what a load of horse shit.
Eugen is a company. They can only exist if customers buy their product.
They realized there is still a large Wargame player base (e.g. much larger than the AoA player base ... obviously) and figured it might be profitable to make and sell a DLC for Wargame RD.
Well, it worked out and they made profit with the first DLC. So they kept going. Logically.
People didn't like AoA, but many people like Wargame. That's just the way it is. Get over it.
(In fact Eugen was probably tasked by their publisher to make AoA instead of Wargame 4 [or as you would say: forced]. Which turned out to be a mistake.)
Oh, thanks, thanks a lot keep proving my point!
By buying what they like, people are forcing companies to make certain products and earn money!
Damn those people! Can't they buy stuff they don't like, so companies can produce whatever they like to?!
Company abuse! Discrimination!
Oh, the hilarity.