- May 29, 2017
Hmm... Actually, I couldn't find any.I would greatly appreciate it you provided us with a source for that.
I could've sworn I had heard something like it, but it may have been my own interpretation from what was said that I took as fact for some reason.
It might've been because Wiz directly quoted the Bavarian's tweet mentioning exactly that, but he didn't actually address using goods or money, or even the process itself.
Thanks for making me factcheck myself, consider me now worried.
The tweet in question:
Still pretty strange to decouple it from bureaucracy though, and having just a tax penalty could undermine the whole mechanic in the end.I think these have all been confirmed as still in the game. Just as functions of the economy, markets, literacy, job availability etc rather than being under the bCapacity.
I mean, I have yet to see a guide that goes so deep into the bowels of the economy simulation, if you could point one to me I'd love to read it.Regarding Nurse_Reno's credentials, are you talking about that guide on the reddit? This one? If so, that is hardly a guide; it basically only said that the mechanics behind sphereing are nosense and that you should be sphereing. There are much better guides out that in regards to the economy and industrialization.
Agreed, but like I said, even if I consider their opinions credible enough (from a Vic2 perspective) to be worth listening, they aren't to be taken as gospel, we have to think about what they are saying and disregard if they are not in line with public info.Furthermore, Reno said twice that he is concerned about the pop system being similar to Supreme Ruler 2020, which is utterly ludicrous, seeing the pop dev diary. The thing is, he should already know this; he did a stream on it, but seemingly forgot. I was losing my mind with all the horrible takes coming out of him particuarly, and out of others. It seemed that most people on that stream have already decided the Vicky 3 could not possibly be a good game.
And their "doomer" stance is certainly pervasive in this matter, and even more reason to take it with a grain of salt, as it most certainly will (and already has) skew their views in a lot of ways.
I hope so, but I haven't seen any info on that yet, so as far as we know it's simply a tax penalty.It is most likely the case where, the further you are above the cap, the more penalties you will suffer, even beyond tax waste. Even with just tax waste, that is a vast sum of money just gone; there have been plenty of times where if I lowered taxes by 20% across the board I would most certainly be deeply in the red.
And yes, I'd agree that Vic2 is the PDX game that deal with treasury in the most realistic way, but even then it wasn't very hard to be on a huge surplus by the late game, to the point where you could lower taxation to 0% sometimes.
There it was just a quirk, but here it would render bureaucratic capacity pretty much irrelevant, with huge implications.
It is indeed a problem, and one to be scrutinized for sure, but I'm certainly hoping they can find people from the other side to balance the discussion in the future.The problem with this video is that a few of the individuals present have already decided that Vicky 3 will be a downgrade from Vicky 2, and started pontificating this doomer position and convinced some of the others, whom were fence leaners. You could actually write a disseration on all the horrible takes in this video.