All games seem unfinished when shipped these days. Releasing a game seems fluid nowadays. Games as a service also ties into this unfinished model of development. It gives developers a window to keep updating, adding, creating.
That’s what the articles says 😂
Exactly. Which it’s why what they say and do on social media and when playing is much more criticized.
They don’t need to be. They exist solely in a...league of their own 😏
The game pass sucks. Just another subscription by microsift to do just that, sift money out of our wallets for a worthless service.
How do you write them off as not being a sport? And no, that’s not what the articles about.
It goes back to that saying, once you start to get paid or something you do, you’re a professional.
I do agree there’s a certain level of performance that is needed to compete in the esports realm. I hate that people keep trying to group two opposing universes together.
I shared it and got some interesting comments.
Have you seen any esports comp in person?
People just want to blame something other than the people themselves.
Hell yeah. I’m not one, but I know plenty. Some with degrees going for more.
Plenty of people find their way home at 28. Doesn’t mean they’re a loser or something like that.
Which I think is just more telling of who he is. I mean, the only damaged I’ve cause are a few mildy broken controllers. They’re too expensive to destroy. I guess, I’m the same breath, a life is priceless and he crossed the line.
I wonder if it will come out that he has a previous history of violence or jail history.
I mean, don't you think there were other times when he thought about killing his parents? This doesn't seem like an isolated incident.
There are so many reports.
Michel Ancel is one interesting cat. He seems like he has a lot of freedom with IP. I mean, the artwork for a lot of games are showcased on his IG.
I have been to E3 a couple times. Never really had any bad encounters there. Really just hope she broke her phone and that's the extent of it. You're right, scary.
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