- Nov 18, 2005
The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
You REALLY don't know how economy works in 2.2.4*4 is not enough, 4*8 would be much more better. then we would not need to use mods about that.
I wouldn’t bother, I tried explaining that to Davor, but he doesn’t seem to understand that in the case of consoles, Publishers have no choice if they leave rollback, as consoles simply don’t allow it.Most updates and patches on consoles are mandatory if you want to play games that have any sort of online feature including multiplayer, this is nothing to do with Paradox it's the platform holders that make it mandatory.
you REALLY donot play the game more then 400 years once.You REALLY don't know how economy works in 2.2.
Districts provides worker jobs and a bit of housing, then you have buildings for specialist and, can't remember the 3rd one, besides building can be upgraded through research to provide more jobs.
Forget the tile system with one pop per tile to run a building, in 2.2 there is district into building into housing ...
You made demands of other users, insisting that they dig up the proof you were desperate for regarding upcoming changes to the game. You may not see it that way, but with the tone and tenor of your comments and general argumentative style, it comes across as aggressive and therefore demanding. That's the perception you've given yourself by starting the argument, dragging it out and now trying to backpedal. I'm happy to leave the debate/argument/discussion/whatever as it is because I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume there's been a miscommunication but nevertheless, this thread really isn't the place for it anyway - it's been derailed long enough.
I wouldn’t bother, I tried explaining that to Davor, but he doesn’t seem to understand that in the case of consoles, Publishers have no choice if they leave rollback, as consoles simply don’t allow it.[
I believe I have given a great alternative if that is the case. If the publishers have no choice for roll backs, how about simply making a DLC that gives people the chance not to update? Really simple actually. Then it's the publishers who would tell or not tell the developers to make said DLC. Again, not demanding but suggesting an alternative.
Most of the features from 1.8 - 2.2 are in the 2.2 patch which is free while the DLC specific portions (Synthetic Dawn, Apocalypse, Distant stars and Megacorp) are enabled via the separate paid expansions.
The DLC expansions will be explicitly dependant on the 2.2 patch since the patch will include changes to those parts.
The goal is to bring the console version closer to the pc version so that both platforms have the same content, to tell Tantalus not to make the content for the entire console playerbase just because you don't want to adapt to the changes would be idiotic.
make a DLC so it will not allow new version/patches then.
Sorry for late reply. Life happened.
Tone, I apologize if it's wrong. I easily get it wrong lots of time as well from other people.
I don't think I said anything wrong. I haven't demanded anything. I have asked for proof to show me that I was wrong. If someone is going to say I am wrong or make it look like I am wrong or my opinion is not valid, then at least show proof as to why. How is asking, demanding?
Just because we disagree doesn't mean any of us are wrong. It is our opinions, and I respect yours. I may not agree with it, but I do respect your opinion.