This will be about the UED after 3 years later the brood war. There was a change of the power and a huge growing of technology. Meanwhile the government wasn't interessted in their troops which was sent to the Korprulu Sector but there is a guy who was interessted in. His name is Paiten Noble. Paiten Noble is the best friend of Gerad DuGalle. After Noble heard about the expedition of DuGalle he encouraged him. After he left Noble worked on his own works. But he noticed that there were no message even some years have passed. So he tried to figure something out but he could find out nothing. So Noble applicated to the government that he wants to organizise some troops for experimental reason. The government accepted it and Noble gets huge support from the government. Noble executs now his plan whatever it might be. (Black_Overseer : this is my last SC1 mod...)
Korean Indie game making scene got fatal blow by Game Rating Board
Posted by Black_Overseer on Sep 4th, 2010
My English is not good, so I should keep my sentences short. I'm not a indie-dev, but these situation is - going plain wrong.(added: teamliquid has similar article, so it maybe more concise and read better than this for you. i already wrote steam-related problem into /r/gaming) Teamliquid.net here's some pre-facts
Acts like ESRB in U.S. but created by government. don't have publisher corporation members. BUREAUCRATIC. And of course they got fee - for long-time-consuming-blah-blah-process.
(added: Only made public to on-line, no packaging - is still considered "publishing" in GRB. Found that ESRB rating is in most case, required for money-making. sorry for poor select of my words)I heard that ESRB rating is OPTIONAL...
here's recent facts, or troublesome situation...
oh then how much does that cost?I looked up $$$ damn rating process fee table for 2010. original table is using korean WON but I should write US $ with, for your convenience. and GRB have plan for raising these fees every year... I'll use approx. 1175 won / 1$ today.These indie-games got open-market, "individually made" category. ah open-market game apps - GRB's making trouble here, but that's for another post, not for /r/indiegaming.here we go.Basic fee per game:
AND Coefficients... (This was somewhat difficult vocalbulary for me XD)
AND Coefficients again per genres
AND Coefficients for localizing
So... someone made 105MB of single-role-playing games in Korean, for FREE. he/she has to pay 23.8 * 1.0 * 3.0 * 1.0 = approx 71.4$and he will think like - "I just wanted to make games and uploaded to some forums, for FREE! but why am I charged? why am I treated like criminal?"and I never heard that Audiosurf or Worlds of Goo got their ESRB rating first. never. (edited: my sentence above is WRONG. thx cableshaft!)here's another news post for this situation - don't click if you can't read Korean characters in your browser. not intended for non-Koreans.Inven.co.kr
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