Supreme Incompetent Leader Posted October 13, 2022 Share Posted October 13, 2022 So I intend on this being a discussion board, not a demands board. I recently heard from a Knowledge Hub video that old media content (in this case and for sake of discussion, games) which is no longer available to buy from the publisher/seller on the Internet is probably elligible for an upload to an internet archive of some type to preserve them as an interactive type of media. And with 270soft/80soft's (btw, what is significant about the "80" anyways?) unique role of being a studio which makes strictly history-related or based games, I think the reasoning and argument to preserve these games is even stronger. So what if they're not able to be made money off of anymore? Neither is stuff like Balloon Tower Defense 4 or S.A.S. Zombie Assault 3, but they're still playable because people like me grew up witht hem as kids. The campaign editors for P4E08 allowed for some great scenarios to be made, especially historical ones. The point I'm trying to make is that enabling old 270/80soft games to be archived (ones that aren't being sold in any form) would cement their legacy online, and keep them alive in an "after-death" state for years to come. It would mean nothing buisness-wise, but it would community-wise. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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