| Monday, July 7, 2008 - 01:13 am |
Ooops... I missed that. Although that may have been have been subconsciously intentional (can I even say that without getting beaten up?).
Its nice as it is.
Except a nasty bug that just screws off shareholding and numbers... From time to time, when I IPO from my country, I find that my CEO or the GM already owns the corps, even I though I emitted no order. Other times, however, I already found my shares nicely distributed through my CEOs and IFs, so I don't complain much. :p
Negative shareholding and they don't add up nowehere near 100%.
Direct Trade of Shares:
Many before me asked for this feature. I asked for this feature myself. Others after me ask for this now.
Let us see the answer to my poll...
After many months of W3C's response, now I... don't know. I do not know. If this was added to the game, for some reason I think it'll be somewhat ruin the share market.
To sale directly to someone would imply preference. I do not think that is in line with the notion of a free market.
I understand this would help many players tremendously, but I'm not certain of its implications and consequences. If someone could develop on this, I would appreciate it.
You know what would have really been nice? To lower price of weapons, instead of increasing the spending limits. ;P
War continues to be a costly endeavour.