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MrBeatdown

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"It’s Square Enix...you know the answer deep down"

Yeah, Tomb Raider, Hitman, and Deus Ex sucked.

15d ago 4 agree5 disagreeView comment

It's not arson if the building isn't fireproof.

78d ago 13 agree0 disagreeView comment

"ask Criterion how Burnout and Renderware is working under the EA umbrella."

Better than a lot of other arcade racing developers. Blaming EA for Criterion's situation is ridiculous when great arcade racers like MotorStorm, Blur, Split/Second, PGR, and Midnight Club couldn't find enough success to justify sequels. Even NFS is no longer annual.

83d ago 0 agree1 disagreeView comment

I'm so glad we have the government to protect us from video games.

89d ago 1 agree1 disagreeView comment

Learn to take a win.

Microtransactions will be back, but you all have no idea what form that will they will take.

I know gamers love being outraged, but can we just take the win and stop hating everything preemptively too?

Accept the fact that there isn't a developer or publisher that's going to give you a game with free DLC and not want to make some additional money.

95d ago 4 agree3 disagreeView comment

I'm not "shilling" for anyone. I think it was something EA needed to fix, but there is a big difference between EA giving us what we want, and EA admitting it's overpriced.

If you've ever had to deal with customers, you'd know the difference. Sometimes it's better to give in to demands then fight over something because of the principle of it. I think EA is wrong. It doesn't mean they think they are too. It just means this isn't a battle...

98d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

I love when thieves have a problem with customer service.

98d ago 2 agree0 disagreeView comment

I boycotted Rock Band because certain songs were unlockable. I paid $60. Why can't I play everything without being forced to play?

I've been on to them this whole time. I won't stop until all DLC is free, there are no unlockables, and I'm not forced to play the game to beat it. And then I'm still not going to buy their games because I don't want them to think I can be easily swayed by having them listen to my feedback.

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98d ago 2 agree0 disagreeView comment

Giving people what they ask for is not admitting they're right and you're wrong.

By that logic, that old saying "the customer is always right" means the business is always wrong.

98d ago 1 agree8 disagreeView comment
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@gangsta_red

PlayStation owners got twelve more years of free online play than Xbox owners did.

And then PlayStation owners paid less than Xbox owners for three years.

And PlayStation owners got free games with their subscriptions, forcing Microsoft to compete.

That's how it worked out.

111d ago 17 agree18 disagreeView comment

Speaking of actions behind those words... their games have always delivered great single player.

I don't know why you think that's all changing because of no single player DLC for one game.

You seriously think they aren't working on a new GTA? Whether it's DLC for V or GTA6, more single player GTA is coming, and you'd be crazy to think they'll phone it in because GTA Online was a success.

119d ago 3 agree0 disagreeView comment

There is no wasted potential.

They'll probably make another GTA. The last one did okay enough to warrant a sequel.

119d ago 0 agree2 disagreeView comment

It's always amazed me that gamers always find a way to be mad.

You have a developer that gives you one of the greatest single player games ever made, with tons of content, and tons of free updates to the online component that you don't have to spend a penny on, and they'll soon release what will probably be the 2018 game of the year because of it's single and multiplayer, and gamers will still cry about about how the developer is greedy and making money and ...

119d ago 2 agree2 disagreeView comment

That article says "GTA products", so it sounds like the main game which still sells for $40 to $60 is included in that figure.

"Net Revenues from GTA products exceeded $700 million over the past 12 months"

119d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

GTA5 sold over 80 million units.

80 million.

You really think those stupid shark cards are selling so amazingly well that it's not worth it to Rockstar to develop single player content that like GTA4's expansions, could be sold as standalone games?

I've paid exactly $0 on shark cards. How much are you guys spending on them to make you think they're selling that well?

119d ago 0 agree2 disagreeView comment

Maybe if all you needed to be considered "beast" is a participation trophy...

143d ago 2 agree0 disagreeView comment

That's not what they said. They said disclosing that a portion of the sale would be donated is not in compliance with the law on certain states, so they are instead just giving away the DLC and donating a set amount unrelated to the DLC.

144d ago 0 agree2 disagreeView comment