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Hey there! This is a mod I have been creating on my own time that plans to 'update' Shrek 2 (PC). Nobody else as of right now has really released any kind of mod for the game, so here I am! Also, if you see a blue reversed comma at the top right of the icon, that's not there in the source icon. - Note: This mod is not made to change the game much, more so to update it. -=+=- The appreciation version is the full mod with unskippable cutscenes and the speedrunner enthusiast version is the full mod with "an auto cutscene skipper" designed for speedrunners to use or for people who don't like the cutscenes.
If Shrek's trek weren't such a short one, then Shrek 2 would get the full recommendations, but it's hard to justify putting down 50 bucks for a game that's beatable in a rental period. However, whether you're a Shrek fan or not, a kid or a kid at heart, know that Shrek 2 deserves a look, because even big, ugly ogres need a bit of love every now and then.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you've likely heard that Apple is now allowing in-app purchases in free apps. Yes, this creates many possibilities including the extinction of lite versions and new app store charts, but I think that none of these possibilities will come to fruition, for one simple reason: DLC simply won't be widely implemented. One reason, and the reason I think developers have been loathe to implement DLC so far, is the public perception of DLC. The average app consumer is wary - perhaps rightfully so - of DLC, and automatically assumes DLC is there to rip off the customer. I think developers will even be aware of this when making free apps with DLC, as the fear of being nickeled and dimed could lead poor public perception, starting with bad iTunes reviews, which will be open to anyone who clicks the "Get App" button. In addition, I think consumers simply purchase less through in-app purchasing. Once you already have an app, that app can become boring quickly in this ADD app store, so instead of purchasing more content for that app, you are likely to impulsively buy a completely different and new one.
Last night, EA mobile's Rock Band was released onto the App Store. Sure, it's got that EA polish, but is it really worth 10 times more than Tap Tap Revenge 3, its $.99 competitor. Early indication may be no. While Rock Band features four different instruments, they are all similarly tap-based. The gameplay is fairly unchallenging but fun, and the background graphics are very repetitive and there are no special backgrounds for songs as in TTR3. In addition, the game comes with an anemic set list of only 20 songs, compared to over 100 free songs for TTR3. DLC packs for Rock Band are scarce so far and come packaged as two songs for $.99, the same as TTR3. I think the Rock Band game itself is better than TTR3, just not ten times better. ROCK BAND iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad Released: 2009-10-19 :: Category: Game $4.99
Largely as a promotion for their Plus+ network, ngmoco:) has made three of their older games free. These are the full versions of the games, now including the excellend Plus+, and they're all worth checking out: WordFu Plus+ iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad Released: 2009-10-17 :: Category: Game FREE! Dr. Awesome Plus+ iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad Released: 2009-10-07 :: Category: Game FREE! Topple 2 Plus+ iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad Released: 2009-10-01 :: Category: Game FREE!
In summary, the idea that piracy has zero impact on commerce is silly; if you give things out for free, that is going to have an impact on the market for competing goods. The idea that non-free competing services can motivate pirates to stop even casual pirates is not realistic; people who casually pirate are usually doing it because of price, as demonstrated by the massive amount of games pirating still on-going despite the existence of Steam, or the massive music piracy ongoing despite alternatives like iTunes and Amazon. The idea that legislation cannot possibly work has not been shown; indeed, looking at the history of the effects of legislation on similar kinds of freeloading shows that increasing the risk of relatively large financial sanctions has a very direct and very elastic effect on the freeloading behavior.
Piracy is different. There is already a supply of the product freely available at uninflated market rates. Nobody is trying to choke off your supply of Spiderman 2 or Skyrim. Drastically reducing piracy is a much simpler legislative task than eliminating drugs; you simply go after the advertisers who support pirate-based websites, the pirate websites themselves, and make sure to from time to time make an example of one of the downloaders themselves (which creates a fear-based incentive to not pirate). Since there is a parallel supply chain (i.e., the legitimate sales of the product), demand for pirated goods should decrease rather elastically as the risk of consuming and distributing such goods is increased. Whether lawmakers will go down this road or not remains to be seen, but right now all signs point to yes.