It is explained how much power Facebook has over Farmville, and thus how Facebook must be brought down if Farmville is to be killed.
You release a bunch of locusts on them, that'll surely destroy anything farm related.
Open up a Portal in the middle of their Headquarters sit back and let the Combine do the rest.
Nuke 'em from orbit, its the only way to be sure.
dang that's what i was gonna do... :( I never get Nuke anybody...lol
But then my mom will have nothing to do with her spare time. :(
It is not a good idea to wish such companies ill . I hate the games too , but the longer they stay around , the more extremely casual players stay away from console business
It doesn't work like that. If farmville is such a success, hell yes they will look into it on how it could work on other platforms too.
Of course , but i mean by that , the more dedicated games like those , the lesser chances of simple pollution and contagion for the "real games" . At least to an extent Publishers would anyway invest in the sector , but the alternative would be for them to simplify even further the core games , possibly ruining them , to cater to that public ... instead of releasing social gaming versions of their ip and new like minded games .
but that is called marketing. Consoles will always have casual games because they SELL. If anything is gonna ruin something its the fact that this is a business and they go where money is. Bunch of casual games aren't the problem. Any thing could cause it.
Yes,Kill Zynga with extreme prejudice.
You need a multi billionaire samaritan then , wich would buy out zynga just to shut it down
Yeah, NICE, Kotaku. Let's just find a way to fuck over an entire SERVICE just because you don't like the games they seem to offer you. Way to show that the media is VERY stable and mature, right?
I think it was meant to be humour...... something that gamers severley lack.
No, I got the joke. The problem: it wasn't funny!
Burn Them With Semen
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