Discussion in 'Box Office' started by Jordan, 17th Jun 2015.
The discount will be on the laptop, not the game!
Whoops Well you did say you were looking at it all as the whole price
I remember Valve saying something like: "If this ever happens we'll be ensuring you can continue to play any games you've purchase" Although how possible this is realistically is questionable.
Presume it would work like the way it does in Offline mode?
In excellent news, Frontier have now added the ability to create custom scenery from 3D models. Already, there’s some superb custom scenery like this WDW Ticket Reader
A range of new rides are being added into the game as DLC on December 18th under the 'Magnificent Rides' title. Bit of a contradiction given it sees the addition of the SLC:
Glad to see the accuracy of riding one has been instilled into the guest's reactions!
Apparently the SLC will be named 'Mind Bender' in the game, how fitting!
Always good to see @DiogoJ42 make a cameo in the marketing material
I don't get it.
Some eagle eyed individuals have spotted what appears to be a new Schwarzkopf coaster in the background of this SLC shot:
There's also a Break Dance coming in the update:
Sorry for the double post, we have a shot tower!
Did someone say Mack?
*awaits the already copious number of Blue Fire and Helix recreations to double*.
Chairlifts are also coming to the new DLC!
Does anyone remember the days when you could buy a game that was actually finished?
I thought expansion packs were always a thing with games? RCT3 has expansions.
Just a heads up, the release of the Magnificent Rides pack has been delayed due to a serious issue with Skies (the chairlift). The developers do not currently have a new date.
RCT1 had expansions ...
Board games have had expansions for an even longer time. (Wikipedia says since the 70s).
Expansions are fine. But this seems like pretty basic stuff. I would expect to be able to build an SLC from day one.
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