Redrum13777 wrote:I wonder what they have to do after they get the game all finished in order to get it into our hands?
Omnifas wrote:Redrum13777 wrote:I wonder what they have to do after they get the game all finished in order to get it into our hands?
Runic Version/Perfect World Version:
Upload to Server hosting the website or third party->Make Announcement->Get the Activation Server ready(likely third party)->enable the link to purchase/download->Post Announcement
Upload to Steam->Wait for Steam Verification process->Make Announcement->enable download/purchase->Post Announcement on Steam/Site.
All within a single day, maybe 2 or 3 for steam.
I can see, what you did there.travisbaldree wrote:*Matt T made characters save immediately after trading
I'm really looking forward to this.travisbaldree wrote:For next week, I'll try to write up a few examples of the way tier bonuses work on a few skills, as I'll ideally be all done with those.
You probably have to press the play-Button.Video not working.
FalconHeart wrote:I can see, what you did there.travisbaldree wrote:*Matt T made characters save immediately after trading
RayBanJockey wrote:dreamworks wrote:While waiting on the release from last winter, i got into PoE. An overly complicated and failed attempt at doing something different with the currency/crafting system just so they can claim their concept is new and special.
Fixed that for you.
What i meant to say is that i am a clueless reject with a low IQ who can't properly spell my name and i don't have high expectations from myself when i play a game.
dreamworks wrote:I fixed it for you also.
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