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Centaurify for Music

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Matterverse: A True AAA Metaverse

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Moonrabbit(AAA) ecosystem is ready to outperform ftx and avax with launching of its own DEX on substrate

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Since we are in a bear market what coins have sparked your interest?

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Moon Rabbit (AAA) a next 100x gem? very low market cap listed on gate io,Mexc,uniswap and probit vitalik votarin was the top holder?

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WOMBAT | The Web 3 Gaming Platform | Allowlist for Wombat is now available | Audited | Multi-chain | Strong Community | Nfts | Utility |

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Centaurify NFT collection launching soon - WL spots are up for grabs..

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Here is one more partnership by YGGIndia || IndiGG is partnering with the_phantom_g ! one of the most awaited web3 games with complex combat systems & AAA visuals.

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Huge Launch Tomorrow | Singaporean Registered Company with 80+ Employees 6+ Projects All to Be Connected to New Ecosystem Token $SPE | Multiple Apps & Games to Reward in | Bear & Bull Market| Join the Top Project of 2022 | Launch Tomorrow! | Only 3% Transaction Tax | KYC & AUDIT

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First true Web3 game Ashfall being built on Hedera by AAA studio Liithos

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MultiPlanetary $INUS starts with AAA game content and builds the inuMetaverse. Attributes included in MultiPlanetary $INUS: GameFi, P2E, MEMES,Metaverse,SocialFi, gathering and integrating the top memecoin community is the ultimate goal of MultiPlanetary $INUS.

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$KIZO is a Gaming/NFT/Charity token that brings the fictional story of Kizo Ronin to life though a plethora of awe inspiring mediums. We are producing an Animated Comic, Limited Series Anime Show, CGI trailer, and a AAA Gaming title. ATH MC of 1.5M, current MC of 250K.

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The game is an up-and-coming Action Thriller Game. The FPS Game is an AAA-level shooter game in a fantasy metaverse. In the game, players can compete in different game modes while completing missions, quests, or challenging themselves. Meanwhile, there is also a means to unlock time traveling and te

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Crypto and AAA games

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Can AAA gaming just do crypto right

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Metakillers, live on pancakeswap - 14,000% APY - 2x on listing - CEX coming - CG CMC 24h - 200k MC Best for Early Investors

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Metakillers staking pools ready - Fairlaunch Live On Pinksale - 2 Hours Left to End - 200 BNB Raised - Quillaudits

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Metakillers, Fairlaunch ends in 5 hours on pinksale - 509,370% APY - KYC - Audit - Play to Earn Reward BEP-20 Wallet - 5x on pancakeswap listing

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TronVerse, an open-world, shooter, play-to-earn Metaverse experience built on and powered by Unreal Engine, backed by AAA developers, award-winning designers, and strong established partnerships to accelerate GameFi.

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Metakillers, Fairlaunch is live on pinksale SC Hit - 509,370% APY - KYC - Audit - Play to Earn Reward BEP-20 Wallet - 5x Coming

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Digital Transparency | Congo AAA Premium | Real world use of blockchain?

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Gameplace | Crypto-Fueled Gaming Store | Innovative gaming experience | Fair Launch on Pinksale 20 May 22 15:00 Utc |

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NFT Play to Earn projects you should keep an eye on in the current market

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LAND VERSE is a Web3 Metaverse Project | Create, Build, Buy, Sell and Rent Digital Lands | BUSD Liquidity | Verified Contract | Utility in place | Huge Potential

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LAND VERSE is a Web3 Metaverse Project | Create, Build, Buy, Sell and Rent Digital Lands | BUSD Liquidity | Verified Contract | Launching Now on BSC

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The Three Kingdoms Welcomes New Ally — Mouse Haunt

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LAND VERSE is a Web3 Metaverse Project | Create, Build, Buy, Sell and Rent Digital Lands | BUSD Liquidity [ Just Launched ]

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Balthazar Research Report: Explore The World of Ascenders, AAA-Quality game built by the team that worked on COD, StarCraft 2 and Assasin Creed!

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CryptoCitizen | Metaverse | WEB3 | Futuristic Gaming Project | Doxxed Team [ $CCASH ]

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Crypto Dungeon: Double Up (Polygon/Matic Dapp)

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Crypto Dungeon, Double Up: just launched on Polygon!

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Encountr [May 16th] DeFi merges with GameFi | Revenue Sharing Protocol | Play AAA games and earn

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$CCASH is the Next Generation of Metaverse | WEB3 | NFTS | Doxxed Team Huge Potential Project, $2M Market Cap !

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$CCASH is the Next Generation of Metaverse | WEB3 | NFTS | Doxxed Team Huge Potential Project, $2M Market Cap !

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CryptoCitizen $CCASH | WEB3 Metaverse Game | Next-Gen Project | Doxxed Team

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Do you believe Square Enix President Yosuke Matsuda's statement about play to earn will motivate game developers to step up their game?

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Crypto Citizen Web3 launched recently | Rare Metaverse GEM | +100X Potential Project | Hottest Project in the Metaverse!

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$CCASH (CryptoCitizen) launched yesterday | Rare Metaverse GEM | WEB3 | +100X Potential Project | Hottest Project in the Metaverse!

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CryptoCitizen launched yesterday | Rare Metaverse GEM | WEB3 | 100X Potential Project |

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CryptoCitizen | Rare Metaverse GEM | WEB3 | Huge Project |

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[ CryptoCitizen $CCASH ] | Rare Metaverse GEM | Get in before $100M Market Cap | Solid Team |

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CryptoCitizen is a Futuristic MMO RPG Metaverse | Become the highest-ranking citizen and RULE the Metropolit [0% Taxes]

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CryptoCitizen launched today | Unique Metaverse 3D Game | HUGE Project Plan | [0% Taxes] GEM!

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CryptoCitizen ($CCASH) is now launched! | Unique MetaVerse 3D Game | Build Your Own Empire [0% Taxes]

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5x5gaming, the first cross platform gaming on Harmony.

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Giới thiệu tổng quan dự án Ultiverse.

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The AAA Gaming Studio crypto problem

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AGoat Coin Just Launched! 6K MC

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Encore, a AAA metaverse shooting game to be launched on blockchain. Is this the beginning of a new era? | Balthazar Report

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BabyMika Launched! 10K MC

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BabyMika Just Launched! 10K MC

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A project that could replace eve online! (low mcap moonshot, doxed team, audited code)

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Delysium is The World's First Playable AAA Blockchain Game - (An Open-World, Vividly AI-Powered, and Completely Player-Owned MMO Game)

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AAptitude; The next big thing for buying with crypto is releasing its marketplace following Monday

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AAptitude; The next big thing for buying with crypto is releasing its marketplace following Monday

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Encountr [Launch April 30th] ⭕️ A new standard for GameFi! Presale Soon!

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Billionaire Ape Yacht Club / Moonshot of the year / Lp Locked & Dev doxxed / NFT Game AAA

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You will regret not reading this post | BabyMika | Whitelist | Virtual Reality Real Estate

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You will regret not reading this post | BabyMika | Whitelist | Virtual Reality Real Estate

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More than flex NFTs project. We are planning to make a DAO about gaming and a Play 2 Earn Game AAA

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IN 2022, THE TOP GAMING AND METAVERSE CRYPTOCURRENCIES TO CHECK OUT

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CAPTAIN Cat Inu | Fair Launching In 10 Minutes! | Anti-Whale & Anti-Bot Features | Max Wallet 2% | Slippage 2% | Amazing dev | Next x100 gem !!

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IN 2022, THE TOP GAMING AND METAVERSE CRYPTOCURRENCIES TO CHECK OUT

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Avalanche to Introduce Its First AAA Game on Its Blockchain.A new era of gaming??

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How to make money during WW3 from NFT games

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MVG Token Pros & Cons

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Mouse Haunt - AAA Indie Developed NFT Game - MUST WATCH!

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Krypto Ran Online | Best NFT and Play To Earn | 3D MMORPG Game | Rug Pull Proof | Private Sale

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Krypto Ran Online | Best NFT and Play To Earn | 3D MMORPG Game | Whitelisting and Airdrop | Rug Pull Proof | Staking

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Krypto Ran Online | Best NFT and Play To Earn | 3D MMORPG Game | Whitelisting and Airdrop | Rug Pull Proof | Staking

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The Next War

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Krypto Ran Online | Best NFT and Play To Earn | 3D MMORPG Game | Whitelisting and Airdrop | Rug Pull Proof | Staking

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While the crypto markets are uncertain and constantly bleeding, the NFT market is booming.

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The Future of NFT Gaming. the Final Frontier Awaits.

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The State of the "Metaverse" (NFT-based Games)

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Heros of Mavia: the next big thing in GamFi/ P2E metaverse

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Medabots

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After shitstorm Ubisoft responds to NFT criticism

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Hi! I have a brand new Youtube channel reviewing really early crypto projects, my first ever edit and upload is about a true AAA game studio working on a play to earn 3rd person shooter at the moment. I would love any feedback on the video as its my first ever! (:

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NFTs usage in AAA Gaming

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NFTs won't make games better, it will only accelerate the trend of shitty/greedy games AAA companies are already putting out.

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Upcoming p2e games in 2022 that I'm hyped for!

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Certified epic gamers opinion on NFTs mixing with games.

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Obviously it looks dated, but I think its important to keep in mind that the technology needs to run on any machine worldwide. Timmy in the US with his RTX 3090 playing AAA games on ultra has significantly more computing power than someone in cambodia who wants to be involved in the Metaverse. WoW, Runescape, Fortnite, etc took the same approach. Sure, I think those games look better than the Metaverse, but they also don’t have 2.94 billion users like Facebook does.

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I don't know why it is so hard to do your own research or use google, but Shib has a former VP from Activision/Blizzard games developing a AAA game for them, also a mobile game being released soon. Also they have a payment platform, yield farming and staking, a swap, an NFT marketplace, and a stable coin pegged to a cent.

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I think they already know about crypto. Anyway, 12 year olds named 'Kevin' don't typically need a job, becuase their parents are paying for everything including their games. They will probably just play whatever they have heard from their friends is cool. Will their friends think a AAA studio going 'play-to-earn' is cool? This is key. The answer is very likely, 'No f'n way.'

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If a AAA game with a nice play to earn system is introduce will democratize the crypto to all the 12 years old Kevin of the world.

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I don't see this being a thing for AAA games/studios, but for Indie games? Perhaps. Licensing, ingame content etc... The same could be said for other digital media such as movies and music. But really, the only way that's going to take off is if western nations create legislation that gives the people ACTUAL ownership of digital content. Without that, no studio or platform is going to willingly give up their position in that regard.

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$160 is kinda ridiculous if most AAA games charge $60 for a base game

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If it's a cinematic trailer. Run for the hills. Think of what AAA game companies do. Check out the first trailer for anthem, then take a look at its released product.

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Too bad there wasn't a phonebook for Crypto and everyone would name their projects AAA+ so they appeared on the first page.

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In a way, I agree with him. Most projects are shit and the lands are not used for much other than bragging rights, or are very limited in use. A good exemple of a decent project would be Illuvium. You buy land to produce resources that'll be used in multiple games for convenience or to mint more NFTs for those games. It's not just a shit game either; it has potential to be AAA game. The game studio also has the intention to create and connect more games that will need those same resources. THAT is, in my opinion, a good land to buy.

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They're coming with Immutable X. So yeah you're probably 2 years behind the thought train, it just takes time to build a AAA game and crypto gaming is new as fuck. It'll change the gaming world forever if they implement it well into good games. I believe in NFT gaming big time.

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Neo Tokyo has been in the works with incorporation of AAA games and NFTs/crypto I’ve heard. I don’t know about From Software but it could be something actually worth playing.

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What if big AAA games MOBA/Battle Royale/1PShooting introduced NFT and crypto for their games on cosmetics items? Games can retain the “fun” while usual micro-transaction (on cosmetic skin anyway) can be traded with crypto and even store as NFT?

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It's pay to win, yes. But that's only because it's an open market, you can go there and basically offer other players money to get gear, NFT's, consumables, ingredients etc... the devs take a percentage on those trades. So yes you can buy a decent account, though there's a limit to that that can only be overcome by actually playing and a bit of strategizing. The rest is player-driven, play the game well and you might get good drops, win some NFts, get better gear, win tournaments (entry fee+prize pool), and raids, either keep the stuff and grow your account, or sell it and grow your wallet. Heck, you don't even need to play the game, just arbitraging between the various blockchain markets can net you a pretty penny. Personally, I prefer a game like that, it's open about its fundamentals, as opposed to predatory games like what you'll often find on the mobile market. It's not AAA obviously, but it's something I play in between, just whip out my phone and play a bit during my break at work, make a couple of bucks extra. Granted, I rolled into this 4 years ago, and in the first 2 I just kept on building my account and I was the one spending money. I still do spend money, but it's a circular thing, sell stuff to buy stuff deals. And honestly, it's an awesome community, awesome devs, lots of interactions, open and honest discussions (sometimes they get very heated lol) weekly updates, and new seasons every so often. Devs frequently hold streams where they answer questions, hold competitions, do giveaways, and sometimes even invite players on there as well. It's a small but genuinely caring group of people. ​ I do understand perfectly though, many crypto games are absolute trash, or dead in the water atm, and finding the few decent ones can be an arduous journey. As a final note, cause I used to make money from games before I ever even touched crypto, making and levelling accounts and then selling them off in games like Runescape, clash of clans, lords mobile etc... and even selling Path of Exile stuff. compared with that time, this is far more transparent (and not against TOS (which all of that usually is/was).

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All this stuff OP mentioned is being worked on by the top blockchain gaming firms. Won’t be long till we see AAA titles in this space. Some of the trailers I’ve seen are spectacular.

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Yeah skyweaver is great. I think it’ll tale at least a few years for really high quality AAA game to come out. These things take a lot of time. I can definitely see Card games and autobattlers being successful though earlier on. Illuvium looks like itll be fun as hell. Theres other interesting projects out there like ember sword but i guess time will tell.

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Traditional AAA games can take 5-7 years to develop at times. We won't be seeing any decent crypto games to match those for quite some time

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Actually, you're probably wrong as can be and we know that from history. See, the entire mobile game market + every shitty AAA title. The category as a whole will see a large amount of money flow and growth. I don't like most mobile games but profit doesn't care about what we bitch about.

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100% agree. I looked for a while and came to the conclusion that there’s nothing now. At this point I’m gonna do it myself, I already know what people want: AAA high quality free-to-play and not pay-to-win rpg style pokemon/stardew valley-like. The only use the blockchain should have is in making it permanent with no centralized servers.

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I'll be honest it would take AAA quality games for the mass percentage of gamers to accept crypto of that level I feel.Which wouldn't be bad for the whole mass adoption of crypto part.

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I like Coin Hunt World as a trivia game to play while out walking, but it (for now) offers limited gameplay and payments (without being on a populated area, or managing referrals) is fairly limited compared to just working. Basically, as a game it’s great for my needs. But for sitting down and gaming, like other games in the space, it’s not great for entertainment compared to just buying a AAA and then working a fiat mine to buy cryptocurrency.

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Too bad they all fucking suck and embody the absolute worst impulses of modern AAA service games but without the fun and polish.

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The games out there are absolute garbage…if it stays this way it’ll burn to the ground. When most AA/AAA studios and/or publishers won’t touch it - that’s a problem. Currently any implementation is just a damn scam/gambling game

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Pandering to true gamers is not what you do when you want to make tons of money anyway. Candy crush makes more money than a lot of AAA titles, that tells you all you need to know.

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If it wasn’t for so many bugs, gods Unchained would be a game I’d disagree with you about. But games are usually polished unless it’s a AAA title.

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"none received the top security ranking AAA, while 16 received the worst D score" No shit, 99% of crypto is just shitty copy paste

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tldr; Blockchain cybersecurity auditor Hacken has warned that "unsatisfactory" cybersecurity measures among play-to-earn (P2E) crypto games pose a great risk to GameFi projects and their gamers alike. Hacken found that out of 31 GameFi tokens studied, none received the top security ranking AAA, while 16 received the worst D score. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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I think if anything a $100 AAA game would make people more carefully consider their purchases. I would still buy games at that price, but I would make damn sure that I get a full 50-100 hours from it first. People not willing to pay the price could till access the game, maybe just not day one. Game sales are deep these days. Games not worth the price would be 75% off by years end.

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I think if anything a $100 AAA game would make people more carefully consider their purchases. I would still buy games at that price, but I would make damn sure that I get a full 50-100 hours from it first. People not willing to pay the price could till access the game, maybe just not day one. Game sales are deep these days. Games not worth the price would be 75% off by years end.

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One died and the other is on life support. Where would VR be if Meta wasn't selling headsets at a loss? They're already starting to correct for that, because they're more expensive to produce and they aren't making money back on advertising or software. People are buying them, using them for 100 hours, then setting them on a shelf. You may be right, but even in the C64 days, people were excited about computers. I didn't know anyone that had a C64 that didn't use it, or wasn't enthusiastic about it, and I REMEMBER the C64 days. This is different. Back then, everyone wanted a computer and couldn't afford it. Now I know so many people, mostly tech people (I work in IT), and their kids, and they all have headsets, and NONE OF THEM EVER USE THEM! I can seriously name 10-12 people off the top of my head that I know, who all own a Quest 1 or 2, and have told me they haven't touched it all summer. There has been ONE AAA game, Halflife that was't even released for the most popular system, Quest 2 ... and I know you can connect your headset to your gaming computer, and no one I know ever does. It's not just me, and my anecdotal evidence, either. Report after report shows that people buy the Quest 2, and after a short period, just don't use them. You can't expect a huge market for a device that, for the majority of users, sits on a shelf collecting dust. 'Meta' has to solve the problem that people don't actually like VR, and they don't seem to want to admit that's a real problem no one is even addressing. It reminds me of the Nintendo Wii. They kept telling us it was the next best thing, and I bought it, and bought games, and fucking bowling was the only thing that was any good, and when I got tired of it, I basically retired the system. Now I have a $300 pair of mini-golf goggles on the shelf right next to it, and a bunch of people like you telling me I'm wrong, and something will change ... and maybe it will, but someone has to figure out what's wrong first, and to do that we have to admit VR has a problem.

I don't think that's it. Many people invest in the stock market (index funds or bluechips not junk stocks/bonds) and no one considers them objectionable. Then again, most of them don't talk about it all the time because it is not a hobby. I think the reaction you are complaining about is that the normies are looking at the same rug pulls, hacks, financial incompetence, corruption, and dishonesty in the crypto space that you guys are looking at and are horrified. Crypto has to clean its room or it is never going to be socially acceptable. And until it does, the last thing it needs is more victims. In Tradfi, there are safe areas, S&P 500 index funds, blue chips, AAA bonds, etc. and then unsafe areas and financial advisers steer people to safe things unless they are very wealthy.

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Not a fan of this project but XRPL as a L1 is likely to end up with a massive chunk of the gaming economy market for the simple reason that it works at scale with speed and the attack surfaces for XRPL nfts and smart contracts are tiny compared to Ethereum and other POS chains. There's a few very large companies working with AAA gaming studios for Unreal titles on XRPL with full in game economies.

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Peeps, I wanna give advice. Have a look at Life Beyond. It looks very perspective. it's AAA Blockchain powered MMORPG is being made by ex Ubisoft Developers

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>Setting up blatant opportunities for rug-pull and pump-and-dump scams. Sure, devs can do that and end their careers there too. AAA game publishers are doxxed - the last thing they want is to find themselves locked up in a cell. >I want you guys to do it so you can watch the balloon inflate and then deflate. Sure, the secondary market is subjected to speculation - buyers beware. > idea of monopolies, horizontal price-fixing, How is that relevant to this NFT? Gaming companies always had control over how it prices their goods. >insider trading No one likes the idea unless you are privy to the info, but it exists in every market. >artificial scarcity. It is not against the law.

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or a executives at all major finance companies defrauding the entire world with falsely labeled AAA rated trading commodities that led to the '08 crash. There wasn't anyone anywhere that got any time for that and they all got stinking rich AND bailed out by the government when they almost collapsed the whole global system. I'll still never understand why they didn't outlaw or at least regulate how often loans can be bought and sold. Every single big ticket loan I've ever had went through multiple sales to other holders and I was given no choice. We're talking student loans, the first car loan, the first house. Where's my right to not have MY debt shifted around the system? I chose that lending org or bank, but since their plan is to dump me off to a bigger fish, they don't screen who they loan to very well. That part of the system is still very jacked up. The bigger fish don't screen very well either. They just hedge smarter, because they learned that they are too big to fail. These guys real mistake is they didn't steal BIG enough. If your crime is big enough to dump the whole system, instant unspoken amnesty.

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They are a trash tabloid engineered to create outrage. This article both creates that and gets clickbait through making people angry at things normal people hate, which is NFTs. That being said, anyone reading this, save yourself a click and don't give clickbaiting ""journalists"" money, a centralized company is making an NFT (which is pointless as centralized companies already have databases and stores of their own which they hold complete control over and any nft issued by them is completely useless) which mixes physical with digital. Please, for the love of god - Corporations, especially AAA gaming corporations, stop trying to make NFTs work. You already have digital stores in which you can distribute digital items. You are not decentralized. You have no need to create non fungible tokens because if you go under or stop operating your game and everything you sell won't work anyways.

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> Of course it’s going to go down when inflation hits Yeah that's what makes it not an inflation hedge. > Is gold a bad inflation hedge? It's a lot better than crypto, its a lot worse than something like AAA inflation adjusted bonds. The fact goldbugs (like crypto bugs) have been constantly hyping gold as an "inflation hedge" doesn't make it a good one, its highly over-valued by speculators which makes it a bad hedge. >No, people who bought gold sold out of it BEFORE the inflation numbers got too bad because they knew cash is actually the best thing to own in high inflation environments. An inflation hedge either maintains or increases its value during periods of high inflation. You don't need to pre-emptively sell it to avoid it crashing. The idea selling an inflation hedge for cash to protect against inflation is nonsensical. If you're trying to avoid inflation you're trying to avoid a decrease in the purchasing power of cash. Cash is the worst thing you can hold.

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Canard à l'orange et steak AAA back on the menu boyz. Sorry of you sold weak hands , the crypto rocket ship is leaving.

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That's true. But there's a big difference between credit rating firms and auditors. Auditors ask the question whether or not financial records being reported are true or false. Credit rating firms are tasked with something much more subjective - what is the financial risk of an asset? I'm not even 100% sure if credit rating firms circa 2008 financial crisis necessarily lied about anything either. The main reason were credit default swaps. Basically insurance against default. Most of the things they rated AAA had credit default swaps attached to them but there was also an extremely tangly knotted opaque mess of financial information. Unlike with blockchains there's no public information anyone can query to see the current state of everything. Instead we just had financial firm A with some records, financial firm B with some records, etc. One really big issue with rating mortgage backed securities, collateralized debt obligations, etc during the financial crisis was the opacity of information. Financial firms went to pretty great lengths to keep credit default swaps unregulated despite the fact they're insurance. I'm probably oversimplifying things but a credit rating agency could see something like "asset 1 has a credit default swap with financial firm A" But it was much harder to see things like financial firm A then has it's debt obligations protected by credit default swaps with financial firm B, which then has credit default swaps protecting is debts work firm C, then C has it's debts hedged with credit default swaps bring backed by....uh oh financial firm A!! Doubt either the credits rating agencies nor even financial firm A could see this problem until it actually became a very big problem

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I think games like Illuvium and Gods Unchained are also created using that Engine which is good especially if that's going to be an AAA game. But I am much more focused on a stable ecosystem that's why I got into Honeyland recently. Their utility token will be deflationary with buybacks and burn and they are hiring the best game economists for their P2E.

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Remember when 3rd party credit agencies gave AAA rating to subprime loans before 2008? A single 3rd party audit is not a credible thing. You need to prove that they're not in trouble. Don't disprove that they're in trouble. If you're unsure about how stable a company is, Probably don't give them your money to play.

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I would love to see some games we have actually and be possible to earn money with them. I hope some AAA company invest into one crypto game.

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"I just wanted the weekly interest payments." Too good to be true, it prob is. Look at what bonds are paying. AAA to BBB- is investment grade, If your platform is paying over that and highly liquid. Its probably a scam. ​ Just compare bond ratings yields to crypto yields. That should give a rough idea of the risk you are taking on.

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Actually yes. The beginning of the end game actually just happened recently. Big banks usually borrow money from central banks, that is the purpose of existance of FED, ECB and the like. A few days ago, for the first time in the history, one of the largest banks in the world Societe Generale applied to Maker DAO for a loan instead of the central bank. They tokenized their AAA credit rafting bonds as ERC-20 tokens and request ed Maker DAO to take them as colateral for DAI loan. They will sell the DAI for USD and give out credit to retail, earn difference between the yield and repay their loan to Maker DAO. This is the first step. First time a DAO took over the role of the central bank as issuer to the retail bank. If this caches on, for the first time in the history, central banks will no longer have the monopoly and will have to compete on the market with their rates. https://thecryptotime.com/french-bank-societe-generale-applies-for-30-million-loan-from-maker-dao/

BTC, XMR can be used to purchase real existing things. XMR is notable because world has shady stuff and shady stuff needs its XMR. ETH and its sidechains is a platform where things like games slowly evolve. Most are total ponzi crap without gameplay, but there is some notable exceptions. Exceptions are crap too in comparison to regular AAA gaming titles, but still can be compared to some (not best still) indie stuff. And when we have games, we get people who want to kick asses and ready to pay for it, as every satisfaction in that world costs something. How much it worth depends on pleasure one can get in that game, but it undeniably always worth at least something. So at least ETH, sidechains and its "killers" with same abilities have some merits.

Who said they have to deliver a AAA experience?

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That’s the reason or maybe they are just a crap company that’s not able to deliver AAA experience…

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I'm actually pretty crypto sceptic lol. I came into the space full of beans, started with bitcoin and moved into alts. I tried almost every layer one after I found Eth too expensive for day to day. Went heavy into defi and did very well. However over time I started seeing patterns in defi. Everything that was once good ended up being unsustainable. So now I'm basically in it for the money. Out of all the chains I tried (a ton), I found Solana to have the nicest wallet and overall best user interface/feel. This sub hates Solana as there is a heavy eth bias in here. Solana has some issues but its only 2 1/3 years old. There are AAA games in beta/developing on Solana with multimillion dollar esports deals (also FTX sponsors an esports team and is heavily invested in Solana games). So I think there will be a boom there. So im bullish on Solana and a few solana tokens and games. I also like the Cosmos ecosystem and passively stack atom and other cosmos projects. AUDIO is a random one I'm slowly collecting. Mina and Rose are on my radar as possible next run projects. I have tried Cardano 3 or 4 times and I just straight up hate using it. Its clunky and expensive compared to other options. That being said I think long term they'll figure it out. A bit culty though. Oracles are very important but often not the best investments for making money. BAYC is a funny one. The recent video about it being tied to 4chan is pretty compelling and worth a watch. I dabble in NFT's but mostly gaming stuff. Anyways I could go on for days lol but thats the gist of my feelings.

> I'm sure the AAA devs that have said they are moving towards NFTs agree with you. Which ones?

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Then why have several AAA companies said they are moving towards NFTs?

Mentions:#AAA

Sure. I'm sure the AAA devs that have said they are moving towards NFTs agree with you. Can't wait for the usual "I can do that more complicated!" Or "build a PC and play on steam! NFT will fail with a market place! But steam is a market place already but it's different!" I'm just going to buy them even harder!

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People put way too much faith in roadmaps and promises in crypto. How many projects are going to promise they'll revolutionize X and change Y forever after making a AAA god tier MMORPG Strategy Tycoon Simulator on web3 using a DAO before people realize that a companies promises aren't worth shit.

Mentions:#AAA#DAO

Cool so you've tokenized some skins. Now what? Any game that handles skins differently would need to implement a way to import them. Even if there's some universal standard for skins and how they get applied to players, how do you address the issues that can come up from importing skin X into a different game? What stops someone from making an invisible skin, or a very small number of pixels, transparent, or does something to cause rendering issues on other players viewing skin X? Sure some indie games may be willing to take this risk, but what incentive does any studio doing an AAA release have to enable this can of worms? Particularly when the overwhelming response of the gaming community to NFTs is roughly 99% against it?

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As a dev I'm under schedule pressure from the studio to ship on schedule. It would require a large amount of dev time to support importing assets from another single game. Yet alone say just the top 10 AAA hits of the year. And even if there's some universal standard (why that won't ever happen is another post), it opens up a ton of both unintional and intentional avenues for exploits and game balance. What's to keep someone from making a skin that's one pixel by one pixel? I put in a min size to be importable, and people will keep trying to game that. Another "cool" exploit with cosmetics could be to do something to slow down the frame rate or cause graphics glitches on other players. And that's just on the cosmetics end of things, obviously allowing the import of some standard NFT weapon provides near infinite exploits.

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The Gamestop NFT Marketplace pays royalties to the original creator. A physical canvas could be resold without giving anything to the person who drew it originally. I think that NFTs have a place, but a lot are still overvalued. I have seen a couple on the marketplace that were less than $30. In addition, NFTs could provide value in selling in-game assets that you normally wouldn’t be able to sell. The question is whether it will be incorporated into AAA games. Right now, a lot of small indie games are being developed at Immutable X. With layer 2 scaling, NFTs could potentially have a lot more utility in the future. The valuation just needs to be right.

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Without support of AAA publishers, NFT won’t let you sell digital games, DLC or skin. If Ubisoft or EA wanted gamers to sell these they can with use of Steam store or make their own store. NFT add no value and deserves to die a horrible death.

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It does. From another comment: >Here a list of confirmed partners, speculated partners, and creators who are inherited through partnership with ImmutableX: >a. Confirmed: Microsoft, **Disney (including Marvel and DC), TikTok, Habbo, Pokemon, ESL, Illuvium (AAA game launching w/ marketplace release), Guild of Guardians, Ember Sword, Gods Unchained, Planet Quest, HRO, Book Games, Cyber Galz, Blocklords, IMVU, VF, VY World, Green Park, Token Trove, Kinguin, GET Protocol (NFL ticketing), G4TV, Skate of the Art (SOTA), Kongregate, and many NFT artists >b. Speculated: Corvette, Snoop Dogg + other artists, LEGO, Puma, xQc related products (largest Twitch streamer), Adidas, Riot Games, Sea of Thieves, Nike and Nike's RTKFT, and lastly, Robbie from ImmutableX has mentioned that multiple AAA games are applying to sell through them / GameStop Sectors: >music, physical (fashion/clothing/shoes/cars(?!)/LEGOs/collectibles), ticketing, art, video game items, entire blockchain-based video games, authors/books, comics, and movies have all been confirmed [as sectors releasing NFT products on GameStop's new NFT marketplace] [Documents with sources](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cSIBfm-cEold7hS1mfQAhI-l13tzrCoX/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=112013213526154983384&rtpof=true&sd=true) --> namely page 4 and page 35

Gamestop is a portal for physical assets, they’re not needed for digital assets. And AAA games sure as shit don’t need the GME army exposure, they already have it. If there is a way to generate billions in revenue a year you can bet you’re ass a large gaming company is going to do it.

Mentions:#AAA#GME

Infrastructure and audience. Sure, the AAA companies may have the capital to build out their own systems, but they may lose out in the time it takes to get that rolling while their competitors latch on to an existing system and get a huge head start. Plus the existing userbase of gamestop is a draw as well - and a lot of the AAAs have a history with gamestop being a portal for their properties.

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Tell we one reason that any AAA studio would join? "Okay let's use this unnecessary third party system so we loose 2% revenue and loose any control over it."

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I already own my digital games. Without support of AAA publishers, NFT won’t let you sell digital games, DLC or skin. If Ubisoft or EA wanted gamers to sell these they can with use of Steam store or make their own store. NFT add no value and deserves to die a horrible death.

Mentions:#AAA#DLC

Shrapnel [https://www.shrapnel.com/](https://www.shrapnel.com/) looks promising to me. A shooter with a studio based in Seattle and talent from Halo, CoD, Destiny, BioShock. Well funded and also backed by HBO with interesting concepts. No gameplay video yet, but it's aiming for AAA execution. Most NFT games are starting to move out of the cryptokitties, axie infinity garbage game phase and attempting to move towards f2p mobile and AAA gameplay and execution but not there yet.

Mentions:#HBO#AAA

> There are already tons of crypto games that are pushing to be AAA quality Name a single one.

Mentions:#AAA

You could still say the same thing about F2P mobile and AAA games. There's an audience for different things and the retro games on emulators will always be there for the old school gamers.

Mentions:#AAA

There are already tons of crypto games that are pushing to be AAA quality. I don't think any of them are there yet in quality or user base. But they are trying to be the crypto version of fortnite, counterstrike, tf2, overwatch, etc where you can actually trade your items on different, non-centralized marketplaces. Hell, I would prefer playing Hearthstone, Overwatch, Valorant, etc if I could own my stuff as a NFT and sell it however I want. I don't care how the items come about, whether it's purchased via loot boxes, progression unlocks, leaderboard items, e-tournament etc. I want them in my account, displayable, and sellable/tradeable. Some games have their in-house item trading marketplaces, but the items are on their servers and I can only sell them on their marketplace.

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Yeah but the difference with nike/gucci/etc is that they’re physical assets and companies can’t prevent you from selling them on the second hand market. That’s why, among other things, everything is going digital and require players to always be online. Companies used to sell items directly, that switched to loot boxes because idiots shell out 100x the money for them. Unless loot boxes become illegal, which they already are in some places, that business model isn’t going away. And if it does they’ll just go back to selling directly in-game. Have you not paid attention to anything that has been going on in the gaming industry for the last 10 years? They’re not going to give up that control, they don’t give a fuck what gamers want, they just want to maximize profits. What you say sounds good in theory, and I’m sure it sounds even better when it’s hammered into your head by a few specific subreddits, but when you actually think about it there’s no need for NFTs. If someone wants to push an NFT market place they either need to undercut prices, which gaming companies won’t let them do, or develop their own games/assets. And going up against AAA studios for the sake of pushing their (not even technically proprietary) market place is a terrible idea.

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But why would AAA games sell through a third party market place when they can just do it in-house, and already are directly through the game? Makes zero sense that they would bring in a third party and give them a commission on each sale.

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The gun thing was on the gamestop beta marketplace. A demo if you will. As for AAA companies? I don't think anyone has mentioned specifically Gamestop. It's definitely more of a "hope" in that aspect. I do think they have provided a solid foundation for companies to easily access and work with their NFTs. The Gamestop (as much as cryptobros hate it!) Is centralized. Creators are verified and they have a little more power over the NFTs. I think the idea is gaming companies would use it like some use steam? Expect you don't need a PC or have to be a PC game. They have a link on the market place for AAA devs to click. I'm sure other will try to make market places but all that is left to be seen. Right now though GME is ahead of the curve. IMX is also a carbon free crypto which helps with the environmental crowd.

Mentions:#AAA#GME#IMX

I imagine it will shoot through the roof if/when a AAA company gets involved. EA made 2.2 Billion off FIFA MUT cards. Once games get going I think it really ramps up.

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P2E is a term what newer/more serious gamefi projects are trying to get away from I think. Axie is a good example, that as far as a game is not fun to play, it is destined to collapse and can never get true adaption. So Play and Earn or something like that is the new iteration which will in my opinion be very interesting. AAA quality games intertwined into the blockchain. People will play for fan and pay for that experience as they would in the "real world", but that monetization, revenue, gets back to the ecosystem, sustaining itself, while this whole economy adding an extra layer of fun/incentive to it. And some people might even make a living out of it at the end if they can get good enough. Like poker, where the game is more fun if money involved, and many are happy to play, have fun, and even lose a bit (essentially paying for the experience) while some others, professionals, might make money out of it. Based on the general growth of the gaming industry, and how much sense it would make for games to have their economy on the blockchain, I for one 100% expect it to be a major thing in the upcoming years.

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Robbie from Immutable X has said in discord that we wouldn't believe the games that were getting involved. They are also confirmed to be working with AAA studios. Pretty exciting stuff happening over there.

Mentions:#AAA

Gamers aren't running the show themselves. It's a regulated market place which some AAA companies have said they'd like to see. It will be controlled. You're putting a little too much power into gamers when NFTs still come from companies. Like MUT modes on sports ganes from FIFA. And I disagree with the sentiment of "it's a problem that doesn't need a solution" I think it makes it 1000x easier to access your in-game items. Sell me a blops 2 skin from 360? You can't. And yeah you could have a game specific app with premium currency to trade Warframe stuff.. how many game accounts and apps you got? My dad argued it was easier to drive to block buster too over downloading Netflix. You're basically saying because you have a PC and steam everyone else should just do that. I disagree.

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Yeah, it'll be an uphill battle for sure. I think the biggest opportunities would be to target areas where the seller has enormous fees. I think with IPFS the costs of hosting data is super low - which is how fees are kept at 2.25% or whatever it is GameStop is doing. If they can build out the marketplace to support AAA games or event tickets they would have that advantage vs. people like apple or steam who take in 15-30%. It's hard to imagine AAA games moving to the NFT model since developers don't want sales of used copies and they have been able to mostly prevent it However tickets are regularly resold and scalped, and the artists receive ZERO revenue from this activity. I can 100% see them jumping on the idea of royalties for any resale. I believe the royalty amount is adjustable for the creator as well. There are definitely studies to be done, much like figuring out when it's best to lower prices of a product recently released, where people may be able to figure out a point in time where grabbing fees as a royalty from used products is better than continuously trying to sell at higher proces with enormous fees going to third parties? Just some thoughts. And yes, it would be an uphill battle but with the amount of money GameStop dumped into this + the passion and statements the team members have made, i can ser this being the direction

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Most "offline" AAA games are online though. That's how the most populer copy-protection works. Denuvo asks some online server for data and if you don't get it, the game won't run. Doesn't matter if your game is singleplayer. I assume Ubisoft just doesn't want to pay for the Denuvo server for some old games anymore, but they can't be bothered with removing it either. Scumbags.

Mentions:#AAA

What? You can't develop a AAA game in 12 hours?

Mentions:#AAA

Gotta say it’s not as good as I expected at first glance. Thought they’d have more intergratuin with AAA games for the amount of time this took to build

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Imagine if the people working on those games no longer need those AAA studios and went on to create their own with quick seamless distribution on the NFT marketplace. NFTs remove all middlemen.

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Those seven games being Counter Strike, Half Life 2 and later Team Fortress 2. Y’know, 3 killer apps. This has…well it has some shitty gifs from beeple, he’s kinda famous I guess. And uhh, oh there’s some comics on here I don’t want to read! Oh and wow check this out, music that has no integration with any sort of streaming or music platform so it’s less useful to me than me opening up Spotify or Apple Music. What a deal! I as an epic gamer can come to this dump to spend 230 dollars on a jpeg, or I could hypothetically take that same 230 dollars to steam and buy 4 AAA games, or like 6 indie and AA games. Man, hard choice there! Yeah apes, this shit fire, this shit poppin off just like steam did in 2008 bros.

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I'll sell after a AAA company implements NFTs into a game like EA said they were. Gamestop being a regulated market the growth potential is massive

Mentions:#AAA

Nobody wanted micro transactions, now they're the main source of profit in AAA titles. Nobody wanted small DLCs instead of full fledged expensions, now your can buy a DLC pass when the game releases knowing how many of them you'll receive in advance. Developers don't care what a loud minority thinks, if there's money to be made then they'll do it.

Mentions:#AAA#DLC

Is just... Random NFts. Wen actual gaming content? Wen AAA collectibles? The fack is these random NFts which could be in opensea or stargaze and no one would care about them?

Mentions:#AAA

I'll stick to my AAA Portfolio, ADA, ALGO, and AVAX

They've already tried and had so much backlash they've cancelled their plans. Ubisoft was planning on doing it with their games. Square Enix literally sold the rights to all their games bar 3 so they could invest in nfts, got backlash and announced they were no longer going to do nfts. There are lots of big AAA companies that have announced and scrapped nft plans already.

Mentions:#AAA

ADA is by far the coin going places, followed by ALGO, and maybe AVAX. Triple AAA

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