MX Bikes beta10c available!
Started by Mysterious, December 15, 2017, 01:55:39 am
Quote from: PizzaChet on December 18, 2017, 06:35:54 pmQuote from: PiBoSo on December 17, 2017, 12:50:15 pmI've been offered a chance to extend WRS to compete with iRacing, ONLY for the dirt ovals part.IMO, you stand a better chance of taking on MX Sim rather than iRacing IF you concentrate your effort or delegate others to the 3 other sims. Nobody knows what you're armed with or have been offered(other than Geo's attempt) as far as capital or programmers, but iRacing has an entire army and Fort Knox on their side comparatively. Dreams are a good thing, delusion is another. It feels like you might be getting a little schizophrenic with all of these titles to try decide which one to bank on with limited resources.
Quote from: PiBoSo on December 17, 2017, 12:50:15 pmI've been offered a chance to extend WRS to compete with iRacing, ONLY for the dirt ovals part.
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Quote from: PizzaChet on December 18, 2017, 08:42:09 pmCompeting with iRacing. Doesn't that translate into taking a bite out of their share of online racing? How does online racing for WRS compare to iRacing?
Quote from: PiBoSo on December 18, 2017, 09:42:30 pmThat was a collaboration proposal coming from another company.I often regret detailing what happens behind the scenes of development. There is almost always a lot of misunderstanding.
Quote from: ℊℯℴ on December 15, 2017, 01:55:39 amOh that's right......gonna say it again Fix netcode! You gave us (after last drama a total of few small fixes for online). New beta is dead not because the physics need more work (better, but worse).......but because no real actual improvement to online. If a proper series can be held.........many would join, mod, play, etc......Just saying, fix online!!!! This beta is more dead than any other........and beta3 was pretty damn dead!
Quote from: ℊℯℴ on December 21, 2017, 02:46:27 amBeing a business owner and upfront with my guys as much as possible (with profits, bonuses, and what to expect, etc).......I have to say this is NOT true. I have 35+ employees and am as transparent as possible. Never would I leave my guys in dark and what to expect.
Quote from: ℊℯℴ on December 22, 2017, 04:48:21 pmSay we were thinking to branch the company to another area, yes it would be shared to employees and many customers in that potential area to feel the market interest out and help make that decision if it is worth it or not. If we are having problems, it is expressed to both. Such as right now business is slow and we aren't shy to say it or hide it. Even many here know that. Problems with equipment or installation, absolutely we share and fix. Say a hot water generator line breaks and floods an attic due to a fitting in the pipe. We find all customers we have same and go fix for free to protect us from future liabilities there. Honestly, we are pretty open with both customers and employees, especially if specifically asked. So, in your case to provide one line details of info and not openly speak to your community of testers about a potential to take dirt ovals and compete to get their opinions, I think is foolish. On that note, IMO, we as a community of beta testers aren't really employees, but we're not really customers either. Sure we bought into it, but we didn't buy a game or sim to just play and mod. We also bought into the fact we are testers and the idea that we can provide feedback and improvements for the games official release.