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#61 Stingreye

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Posted 17 April 2019 - 03:00 AM

All sounds good to me guys!

I still wish they'd let us buy the new courses they keep putting out, but - oh well

I'm just happy the game continues to work! (and sounds like that will continue...)


I still don’t understand it. Maybe when they have 10-15 of them they will package then together for $70-$100.
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#62 Joe Habiger

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Posted 17 April 2019 - 03:30 PM

There's about 10-12 of them already that we don't have, selling them at regular price or even $9.99 would net them close to $100 or more from each of us or those who wanted them or which ones. Yeah it's probably not the thousands of dollars they paid this designer to make the course but your making money from people you would normally not be making money from. I just don't understand it and obviously PP or Trackman never wants to talk unless they want to speak to you in a PM.


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#63 Buck

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Posted 17 April 2019 - 03:34 PM

This is a more cynical take, but perhaps they don't want to further extend the relationship with any of us here on the retail/non TM side of things and work towards winding this down or some other transition over time?

 

It's hard to understand why they wouldn't want money for IP they've already licensed and courses they've already created.



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Posted 17 April 2019 - 05:09 PM

Or it makes for a good library of new courses for PG2.


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Posted 17 April 2019 - 08:59 PM

Just like the new Tool album, I'll believe it when I see it (PG2).
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Posted 18 April 2019 - 06:05 AM

It feels like we’ve been given the old British medieval two fingered salute!
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Posted 19 April 2019 - 08:20 PM

They will never release those courses to PG1. It would be disaster for their customer base to know that we got all those courses and other stuff basicly for free. People wouldn't buy an expensive Trackman sim if there is a cheaper version that offers all the same shit with only few bucks.

 

That's why they can't take our money and give us the courses. Will see what PG2 brings to the market. I think it would be smart from them to release this software for PC users and to all sim platforms. This way they would make their customer base much larger and also get money from people who have chosen the different LM. With right kind of pricing this could be a good idea and PC guys would be there also to make courses for every one to use.

 

I'm afraid though that PG2 will be only for TM users but imo it's not the right way to go. They will be greater if they sell this for all the World. 


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Posted 20 April 2019 - 11:25 AM

Well, I guess good for Trackman users/players, but personally speaking, do not really care if they are not released for PG...

 

We've got some of the best of the best courses right here, for free, from the awesome course designers.   Many which are which just as good, if not better than what is considered the official courses...   


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Posted 20 April 2019 - 04:56 PM

Well, I guess good for Trackman users/players, but personally speaking, do not really care if they are not released for PG...
 
We've got some of the best of the best courses right here, for free, from the awesome course designers.   Many which are which just as good, if not better than what is considered the official courses...


We could have “both” though.
There’d be no downside effect to our current situation - just even more great options.

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Posted Yesterday, 04:23 PM

Yes, beautiful courses. I agree **** Trackman. The lack of definitive communication regarding the future of this game is driving me nuts. My guess is that Trackman could care less about us. We don't matter. But I also think that the developers here could have at least made some provision for continued support for us in advance of selling us out to Trackman. Oh well, I've said my piece again, now I will go back to playing the game as it is.



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Posted Yesterday, 07:46 PM

I’m more annoyed at the lack of response from Mike and Andrew then I am with Trackman.
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