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All I see when I imagine this is crappy reviews from people who try to play the game for 2 hours then get a refund. This game is very difficult for the average person to pick up and play. So I personally don't see the point of it being on steam.
minimath4 wrote:Have you ever thought about putting the game on steam?
I think the publicity is worth it. Marketing is everything and with the internet today it's so easy to get word out there. I just found this game this year and started playing it (I wish I found it sooner). There is a market out there for MX games let alone one that is difficult. Dark Souls (An RPG based series but is also very hard) as done great and it latest Game "Dark Souls 3" was a huge success and it sold a ton of copies.
I think if JLV would do it the game would expand. I'm not sure if he works or goes to school on top of dealing with the game but if it did take off he could still manage it but it wouldn't be the same and maybe that's why the game is more at a low key smaller level and he seems to be ok with it.
The game as seen a ton of progression in the last few years (Based on the demo tracks to the newly released tracks) but over a decade is a long time.
damon99 wrote:All I see when I imagine this is crappy reviews from people who try to play the game for 2 hours then get a refund. This game is very difficult for the average person to pick up and play. So I personally don't see the point of it being on steam.
This game is only going to appeal to MX fans. It's a very difficult game lake Damon said and all the steam players are going to be looking for an arcade game, not a simulator of something they probably won't even begin to understand. This game is big enough, IMO. All it will achieve is bad reviews and angry people saying it sucks because they can't go a lap without crashing over every jump and corner.
checkerz wrote:^^^ this guy = legend.
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