« on: 19 August 2018, 10:56:29 AM »
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I'd be interested in a link to that statement.https://videogamegeek.com/article/10355962#10355962 "If you buy Intrigue then you can play the main set and Intrigue endlessly after paying for Intrigue once ever."
ADDITION: I asked, and unfortunately the 'free year' was only meant for 2017.Point of information: Mr Vaccarino explicitly stated on BGG that if we bought any sets on Goko then we would have those cards "forever". It is indeed frustrating and unsatisfactory that he brazenly lied in order to take money that he did not deserve. It is not the fault of Goko or Making Fun or Shuffle iT: it is the fault of the fraudster who lied and lied again for his own personal profit.
I understand that loosing access to the cards you thought you bought is frustrating and unsatisfactory. But the main reason for this is that Goko (the previous rights holders for an online implementation of Dominion) did not have those rights for an unlimited time, and the rights contract was not renewed.
One day people bought Dominion from MF thinking they'd have it forever.In fairness, we thought that because DXV literally said on BGG that once we'd bought the sets, it'd be endlessly free:
https://boardgamegeek.com/article/9921197#9921197 "If you want to pay a monthly fee, just buy one large expansion per month. That's $12 a month, and hey then it's free once you have them all."I get that that was DXV making statements that turned out to be untrue, not you doing so, but don't make out that this idea came from nowhere. The snark is unbecoming.
https://videogamegeek.com/article/10355962#10355962 "If you buy Intrigue then you can play the main set and Intrigue endlessly after paying for Intrigue once ever."
It is. Right now, Stef is busy working out some mandatory stuff for the final Nocturne release, but the ban n cards feature is already somewhat in-the-works.Wonderful! Thank you
Incidentally, today a release came out that banned Possession in rated games as a "Preview." Eventually, you'll be able to select the cards you actually want banned.