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RE[8]: what a waste
by ichi on Fri 9th Mar 2007 14:58 UTC in reply to "RE[7]: what a waste"
ichi
Member since:
2007-03-06

What if ID has decided to sell a version that only did up to 1024x768 16bit for half the price. Would you buy that instead if that's all your system could handle?

No, because that would mean spending more money on the long term. If the game is really worth playing I'd want the full version as soon as I upgraded, even if that was a couple of years latter (if it's not then I wouldn't even consider playing it to begin with).

My computer could barely run Quake3 back in the day, but now I play with all settings at max.

Edited 2007-03-09 15:02

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RE[9]: what a waste
by sappyvcv on Sat 10th Mar 2007 04:36 in reply to "RE[8]: what a waste"
sappyvcv Member since:
2005-07-06

Ok. What if you could then upgrade to the FULL version by paying the difference between the full version and the version you have? Don't you think that'd be a nice deal?

Because that's how Vista works.

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RE[10]: what a waste
by ichi on Sat 10th Mar 2007 14:55 in reply to "RE[9]: what a waste"
ichi Member since:
2007-03-06

Probably for some, I'd rather get the whole product and then decide by myself what to install and how to configure it in order to adapt the product to my hardware and needs.

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