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December 8th, 2012, 04:17
Do they tell you what you'll get paid? Seems like the reason most companies don't do this is that it opens them up to lawsuits. You will probably get an occasional submission from someone who 'borrows' from someone else. Heck even if everything is on the up-and-up you may get people who feel that they were not paid adequately for the work (before or after) and the petty suits or claims may just take a lot of time to deal with using lawyers which are not going to be cheap.

I guess the difference here is that you are going through the Unity store which creates a buffer between the game company and an the artists. This then puts Unity in the awkward position of policing content I guess but might be effective. Also seems like the artist sets the price so InXile does not have to really bargain and the artist has to make the first move.

I like the idea but have to wonder how it will really work. I guess we shall see.
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