Some keys are legit, but a lot of them have been purchased illegitimately. This article needs to be taken down.
This site is pimping G2A, therefore it should be ignored.
Nice! Mine hasn’t yet, but if Net Neutrality is totally eliminated, I could see them getting worse.
I doubt it, especially with internet providers and data caps the way they are
By making the same mistakes as the first game, not providing enough content to keep players engaged long-term, making too many re-skins, and having generally bad management?
The game hasn’t even come out yet
I will believe it when it happens. Everyone knows Valve can't count to three.
Agreed. MW2 was probably the last solid game that IW made, and even that was riddled with bugs.
@george957 He isn't wrong. Why are you so salty about it?
It all depends on the games you like and where your friends are.
Germany is really bad about censoring video games.
@johndoe Nothing wrong with being a liberal, but some people take it WAY too far. This also comes across as a joke piece. The fact that they cited a GHOST at the end as being androgynous makes this piece a joke as well as them pointing out COLORS that characters wear as androgynous is ridiculous.
Bungie doesn’t have a cynical attitude otherwise they wouldn’t be trying to fix things. Now Luke Smith on the other hand...
It is most definitely a joke piece.
Fine with me as long as the game is good
Absolutely! I was talking about this with a friend of mine. D2 will probably stay alive regardless of what happens through the next year or two, but if D3 comes out with the same problems that D1 and D2 had, then Bungie and the Destiny franchise will die.
Personally, they are a great start, but the future of D2 hangs on the content of the next DLC. I feel that if the May DLC is another Curse of Osiris, then D2 is doomed.
I highly doubt EA would let go of Bioware very easily.
No one is mad. They are just pointing out the similarities, and this hack "journalist" decide to try and stir the pot. And some idiot at N4G was dumb enough to approve the article.
I don't know who these "Destiny fans" are that this article claims to be mad, but I know very few that even care about that movie.
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