Posted April 10, 2013
Let's at least get facts straight here, it's in no way a demo, it's the complete game without Steam Workshop (which, SURPRISE, is a Steam feature) and DLCs.
Adzeth: It's a fascinating approach. I never thought about renaming the demo as a "DRM free version". Marketing people just keep getting craftier.
Also, let's be realistic for one second. Steam offers servers up to keep modding up at a meager cost to developers. It's not realistic to expect that such a small company would afford servers to keep all the community content for an indie game that will probably cost U$15-20. They're not EA or Activision.
I do agree that they could have offered DLC support for the DRM-free version. But expecting full community-driven content is kind of unrealistic when you consider all the advantages of using Steamworks.
Post edited April 10, 2013 by Neobr10