You stated that what he experience is a rarity and I will say that to you as well. The reality is that people behave poorly online when you go into random matches. Remember how excited everyone was for Xbox Live and having a headset to talk on when the 360 first came out. Fast-forward to today and people steer clear of random conversations with random strangers as much as possible. Also, he wasn't saying that its every woman's fault that she is harass...
Well, the Creation kit will go a long way to allowing other people to fix Fallout 4. But if you look at how much they changed the game with Survival mode in Fallout 4, after the fact, I wouldnt count out how much Bethesda will be changing the game themselves.
That was great, I guess I need to install Fallout New Vegas again.
All hate aside, this just means more time to polish the version of the game that was ready to release to begin with. Look at how polished and feature rich Rayman Legends ended up being because of the decision Ubisoft made them go with. Of course, we all want the game now. However, people can forgive a delayed game. They won't forgive a game that lacks polish and is far too buggy.
Okay so this seems really bad on the surface and it's not a very classy move regardless. However, this is great news. Why? This is great news because The Division by Ubisoft is now directly taking on Destiny by Activision. This means competition and that means innovation and more features for players of both games. This is good for the consumer because now both companies will be trying to out perform one another and when that happens the consumer always wins. 140d ago 6 agree2 disagreeView comment
That looked amazing.
Interesting how fast these games with Denuvo on them drop in price. Maybe it is just an odd coincidence.
So Microsoft is taking those backwards draconian plans they had for the consoles and applying them to the PC. Microsoft will never change, they just shift direction and faces. I love games, but I am not so blinded by a game that I would lose focus of the bigger picture.
Sounds like some good content is in the pipeline and I guess Incursion is their version of Raids. Alright, I am all in. I am just going to pay a $100 and make this mistake. What the hell, I made the Destiny mistake so why not this one.
I am about to pay $60 for The Division, which probably doesnt even have 1/20th of the content in No Man's Sky, so yeah I will pay $60 for this game no problem. Indie doesn't mean low quality. I have put hundreds of hours into Binding of Issac, but I wouldnt pay $60 for it because the presentation of that content isn't worth it. However, the presentation of No Man's Sky content and the amount of it clearly marks it a full price game. I never once thought it wo...
I just got back into Pokemon with X, lol.
I think I will buy this off of Steam and wait for reviews before playing it. If the Reviewers are saying its terrible, I will get a refund. I hate to do that, but if this is how its going to be then they leave me no choice. At the same rate, I get why it is this way considering the game cant be fully experienced as they need a lot of people on it.
It's quite telling in a democratic society that pushes Freedom of Speech how little Freedom we actually have in North America. It's sad how we let these anti-everything groups ruin our country. Groups that push equality by taking away freedom and civil liberties from others.
These guys are just going nuts with this game and I love it. I guess thats one of the benefits of just focusing on releasing the game in Japan, instead of having to worry about the silly social justice stuff in the West.
Maybe that is just the pre-load size and once the game releases proper you will have to download some more data.
The way Quantum Break is being handled is just weird and I dont think it's going to help the game at all. The game coming to PC is fine, I understand why people are upset though. The game being Windows 10 store is okay I guess, but again I see why people are upset. You add to this the one month preload in advance thing and you have this weird situation that I dont see helping the game do well. I am a fan of Remedy so I hope this game hits well for them. I...
What in the world is she even thinking. What she is saying is just stupid as hell. Does she not understand that different countries have different laws. So while 13 maybe legal in Japan its not legal in other countries. Even in Japan, 13 maybe legal but its still taboo. People arent walking around looking for 13 year old kids to date. The 13 year old law is more of a byproduct of rural areas as oppose to the city. Heck it's legal to have sex with animals in some parts of ...
The open beta did not sale me. However, this recent 12 minutes of footage of late game content did. The open beta was just not enough of what the game really has to offer. It's a slice sure, but I needed more and got that more in the 12 minutes of footage they showed off.
I am sold on this game after watching this. I know it will be another Destiny, but I feel like it will be a Year One Destiny. So yeah, I am all in. It's probably a mistake, but hey I spent a $100 on Destiny so I will roll the dice on this game.
Remember when other anti-pirating programs, like secure rom, where considered the end all be all to stop pirating. Well what happened to those programs being so great? They got popular and developers decided to flock to them to "secure" their games against the evil pirates. The end result was that enough popular games used those DRM protection methods that hackers turned their full attention to those DRM protection methods and completely hacked them. Denuvo is so ha...
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