Also, the games for each console are rather different. For example speaking
of GTA 4, some bugs that are in the PC version don't exists in the XBox
version, because they are easyable fixable. So are they with the XBox,
but I'd Imagine it would take a little longer. Also, some layouts are
different on the XBox version than on the PC version, so I would say it
is a little bit of difference ine ach game for each console, however the
main story line and the main characters keep the same.
----- Original Message -----
From: Thomas Ward <thomasward1...@gmail.com>
To: Gamers Discussion list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun, 27 Jun 2010 05:37:44 -0400
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Important MOTA News
> Hi Shaun,
> Sorry, but I have decided to license the games separately. For one
> thing that gives me two products to sell helping me raise capital for
> more games I want to create. Plus the majority of those on preorder
> status wanted a side-scroller so that is what they will get. The fps
> version is something I chose to do on my own afterwards and since it
> takes some extra work to convert the game over to an fps format. I
> only feel it is right that I get some financial compensation for the
> work involved in converting things over to a new format. Personally, I
> don't think what I am doing is really out of line.
> For example, mainstream game companies do this sort of thing all the
> time. You can go to the store and find three different versions of
> Tomb Raider Underworld available. One for Play Station 3, one for the
> XBox 360, and your standard PC version. All of those are technically
> the same game, but three different products in the eyes of the company
> who produced them and the store who sells the games. You can tell them
> to give you a copy of all three for one price, but I sincerely doubt
> they will do it. They'll tell you you want all three versions you have
> to buy all three versions. In this case I have to think of what is
> good business rather than giving away extra work and a potential new
> product for free.
> On 6/27/10, shaun everiss <shau...@xtra.co.nz> wrote:
> > aah probably would go.
> > However if you could have it so when you get your reg code for one it
> > will run the other to then that would rock.
> > I really like both.
> > fps is my main thing but I have been liking the scroler more and more.
> > I will probably buy the game but I'd like to have both versions
> > rather than having to choose what I want to really play.
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