Id needs to realize that a browser game is shit.
tell me y can valve pay those bills and produce updates althought they dont earn any money from cs anymore?
A better example... how could cpma/osp become so great since those mod coders werent paid?
Did I mention ql is about 70% cpma/osp? And those ql coders are paid! so wtf
and virtually nothing the community has asked for (besides the premium scoreboards). I don't count stupid web fixes that should have never been broken in the first place as an update.
seems pretty on par with the direction ql is going.
2. How is the data in Trends for Websites generated?
Trends for Websites combines information from a variety of sources, such as aggregated Google search data, aggregated opt-in anonymous Google Analytics data, opt-in consumer panel data, and other third-party market research. The data is aggregated over millions of users, powered by computer algorithms, and doesn't contain personally identifiable information.
“A lot of the big game companies, I mean look at epic with Gears, a cross platform title. Valve just released Portal 2 this week, you play it on steam first but my 360 copy’s showing up in a day or two. Historically, PC-centric developers are looking at the cross-platform environment as a way to… essentially it’s a business thing; you make only PC games and you’re not subscription based , it’s a hard sell. I mean, piracy is way up, interest is down in classic shooters; something on the PC… I mean, a lot of people play Call Of Duty on the 360. As the landscape has changed, we as developers need to react to that. When we set out to make RAGE we had shared technology that crossed lots of different platforms and it made more sense to us to go with the non-dedicated server direction, which again is something we basically invented in action gaming.”
"... I can tell you that nobody in this building has been working on any new quake games. We’re focusing on RAGE and the other team is focusing on DOOM. We have the Quake live project, but again that IP is very important to us… that’s all I can say about that.”