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Davey Wreden
The Stanley Parable, The Beginner's Guide
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CAPY Dec 14
/// It's here. is out now on Steam & Xbox One. BELOW is a dark & dangerous survival adventure, with very little hints. Recommended viewing: a dark room, between 12-4am, alone. Buy on Steam & on Xbox One
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Davey Wreden Dec 8
Replying to @CheeanBroday
Don’t hold your breath
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Davey Wreden Dec 8
haha wonderful
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Davey Wreden Dec 7
Ahhh that was such a good time!!
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Davey Wreden Dec 6
oh, also, the beginner’s guide is never getting an ultra deluxe edition
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Davey Wreden Dec 6
Replying to @HelloCakebread
Oh and I want to mention that this is not my Next Thing that I alluded to a while back. THAT game is still early in development, but it’s coming along, and I look forward to getting to show you more of it as soon as it’s presentable.
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Davey Wreden Dec 6
Replying to @HelloCakebread
And here’s an FAQ to help fill you in more specifically on what this thing is going to be:
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Davey Wreden Dec 6
Replying to @HonestWilliam @crowsx3
I’m back in the writer’s chair for this, alongside and his team over at . Almost all the writing is done, and I’m super super happy with it! I think people who enjoyed Stanley Parable will get a kick out of the new content.
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Davey Wreden Dec 6
Surprise!! We’re making more Stanley Parable! The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe is coming to consoles and computers in 2019.
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Davey Wreden retweeted
Devolver Digital Dec 6
The frenetic Ape Out from , , and unleashes on Nintendo Switch and PC February 7! Watch the new trailer and share with the animal kingdom:
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Davey Wreden Dec 6
Replying to @Capy_Nathan
IM SO HAPPY FOR YOUUU 😭😭😭
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Davey Wreden Dec 4
Replying to @floatvoid
True. My bigger hope is that even with more curation, it forces other storefronts like valve to have to match their rates.
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Davey Wreden Dec 4
Replying to @fell_martins
<3
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Davey Wreden Dec 4
Replying to @blankslatejoe
haha I like that even in that scenario, Valve's revenue share for AAA devs is still meaningfully worse than at Epic's. No politician runs for office on the platform that crime rates under their leadership is ONLY 8% worse than their competitor.
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Davey Wreden Dec 4
Replying to @HelloCakebread
(I don't play fortnite at all, but I find it hilarious that between this and being a UE4 developer, fortnite's success is making my life much better)
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Davey Wreden Dec 4
Replying to @HelloCakebread
Valve is literally the reason why I have a job in this field, but I'm glad they're getting some competition with the resources to pull it off. Thanks Fortnite!
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Davey Wreden Dec 4
Replying to @HelloCakebread
I know people at valve who are incredibly passionate about making the platform better for all developers, and my only guess is that Valve as a company is just so much bigger than those people, and moves with its own inscrutable intentions.
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Davey Wreden Dec 4
Replying to @HelloCakebread
The funny thing is that there's no way that Valve needs that extra 10-18% revenue share. They're not saving up for a rainy day. It seems like the only reason for continuing to charge small developers 30% is literally just because they can.
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Davey Wreden Dec 4
Replying to @HelloCakebread
Valve's thinking seems to be "this benefits smaller games because they'll make money from the huge volume of players who come to Steam for these big games". Meanwhile Epic says "how about we actually just give them that money."
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Davey Wreden Dec 4
Incredible that valve announces beneficial revenue share only for the most successful games the same week that Epic announces an even BETTER revenue share for literally everyone. It's making Epic look like a saint.
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