DJP: "No, really. EA have actually started a petition on the epetitions.gov.uk web page to pressure the government into keeping a closer eye on extra-terrestrial activity."
... you can download my signature for 3 euro, or 320MSP!
And they'll need a pass for my middle name, and my last releases in a few weeks at 500MSP. Ohhhh, bad news. My signature has been delayed! And the version in black ink is only available in the Xnited States of Amersixty's petition. Sorry. They have a magical pen with a peripheral that allows a single extra drop of ink....something similar pens could never hope to achieve, as the White Micro-House has asked us to claim. We've also been told that, despite being backed by a massive corporation that allowed us to delay our signatures by many months, we "don't have the resources" to allow super-powered Personal atomic pen Computers to have black ink.
all of this DLC BS accomplished 1 thing for me. It has stopped me from preordering games, waiting till they hit the $20.00 price range and then use the other 40 I would have spent preordering to buy the DLC that the jerks lock on the disc. It has also made me stop buying games from certain companies like Capcom to name one.
Thing is the people such as myself love the game too damn much, and waiting for a "goty/ultimate" edition would be too damn hard. I almost never pre-order, and I'm thankful that I haven't here either. This is total b.s from BioWare. I can only imagine the forums with people flipping their shit. Won't be long till someone gets their individual copy locked by EA.
Using a government website to advertise video games? That's pretty awesome. Not scummy at all
You think if we get enough signatures on a petition, that the gov't (UK or US) would actually disclose all information of known aliens. Not a chance.
Of course it would work! It's very easy to disclose all known information on a subject when said subject is fiction.
Gov't Official "*clears throad* Ladies and gentlemen I am here to present to you all known information that we have on extra-terrestrial life. We can affirmatively inform you that Darth Vader was, in fact, Luke's father."
Somewhere a marketer is patting him/herself on the back for creativity.
and somewhere, a person is faceplaming with both hands. thus is the circle of life!
Hey, I'm that person! What I win?
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