Dartz wrote:I hate to be the guy to ask, but, how much will SpaceEngine 0.990 cost? I am totally OK with purchasing the game, but I'd like to buy it on launch day and I need to make sure I will have enough money to do that. Thanks!
Azirphaeli wrote:Might I suggest taking a break and and going on a cheer-up warpath? Sorry to hear about your day though, seriously, I know how painful those things can be.
A moment of clarity for you, though. Space Engine launching on steam for a cost is a *good* thing. More money means more development and greater features/quicker development. SE is already well beyond anything anyone else is doing for a high fidelity realistic universe sim. Imagine what it can be with a larger budget due to sales and more exposure due to being plastered on the largest PC distribution platform in the world, popping up in recommendations and catching the VR market.
it's good news all around for the project, and the news update indicates that .9.9.0 is closing in on release. IE: the thing we've been waiting years for. SE is not dead, no need to press F to pay respects.
vlad01 wrote:Source of the post If not for sure I am going to donate what I really think it's worth.
DoctorOfSpace wrote:Source of the post Regarding price, $20 is a good upper limit due to lack of gameplay and features of other products in that price range.
Stellarator wrote:DoctorOfSpace wrote:Source of the post Regarding price, $20 is a good upper limit due to lack of gameplay and features of other products in that price range.
Although I am not given to baseless speculation, I would hazard an educated guess that SE might be worth between 40 to 60 dollars once all the different features have been included and finalized. This is just based off of the prices I found other top-notch space/sci-games are worth on Steam like Galactic Civilizations, Elite: Dangerous or NMS (I do not consider NMS to be top notch yet, but it's broadly similar to SE).
N0B0DY wrote:the scientific realism: [...] SE approaches infinity.
For me its price will always be symbolic because its value is infinite.
Nahor wrote:How come you still have Internet? How can you still pay your ISP when you should have given all your money (and your life) to SpaceEngineer?
N0B0DY wrote:N0B0DY:Source of the post Stellarator wrote:
or NMS (I do not consider NMS to be top notch yet, but it's broadly similar to SE).
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