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  1. Looks like MZ is going to sell for about the same price as MV does. I find this interesting.

    Of course, as of typing this, it's like, 20% off and not even released yet. It's still too much for me, the disabled, poor and underprivileged to acquire, but, I'm sure it's selling fairly well at the present...

    We'll see if that continues...

    1. Animebryan

      Animebryan

      On rpgmakerweb, about 40-50% are excited about it but at least 50-60% of people are disappointed with the lack of any real improvement over what MV is. Just got done reading over the 4th preview & a lot of coders are in arguments about MZ being advertised to be programmed in JS ES6 but still mostly ES5 (which some are saying is already obsolete). Of course I can't switch to it anytime soon not only due to a lack of money but also it requires Windows 8.1 minimum which means I need to upgrade my setup before I mess with it. Hopefully by that time all the bugs are worked out & a vast library of decent or awesome plugins are made to keep old features and add new ones as well.

    2. PhoenixSoul

      PhoenixSoul

      Is it true that it brings back XP map layering?

    3. Animebryan

      Animebryan

      I'm not familiar with exactly how XP's mapping worked since I never used it, but from what everybody is saying, it's either similar or exactly the same. You can apparently control which layer to add tiles to.

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