You're absolutely right. There is an uphill battle playing out here both for the franchise and the developer
If you look at the tweets right before the one in question its clear that he was specifically talking about a Dragon Age: Inquisition dev diary and this had nothing to do with ME4
In other news, people have hair
I'd like one thanks
I actually decided to not purchase ME3 based off the demo. And I am a huge fan for ME1 & 2. The demo really just told me to not even bother with 3.
This is a classic example of a writer not understanding how to comprehend data that he is presented. This is in response to the news that the game has grown to Over 120k PC registrations in 2 days for DCUO PC. 4x concurrent increase. 120k users and 4x concurrent user increase are two entirely separate statements. This article acts as if 120k users would make the 400% increase of total users only 30k before. However, concurrent users merely means the number of users who are...
Come one. Not only is this almost the exact same title as a story earlier this morning, but it uses the exact same image: http://n4g.com/news/809605/...
That seems like ridiculously steep pricing on all three options....and an in-game store? Like Cerberus Network and the Black Emporium? Because those were totally worth their own existence.
The sight of LEGO resident evil zombies fills my heart with joy.
And the race to keep your superhero MMO subscription begins.
Soooo... the link to the full story doesn't work in the least
yes, the video is quite odd. The people are so...happy.
I am really looking forward to this game. It actually looks fun. Most mmos seem boring.
I read both part 1 and part 2 and you make a lot of good points. If you go to school and learn to develop that game then I will play it.
I'd have to agree with you on most points. That would make for one fine game.
I do love fishing in MMOs. Its a nice simple distraction for the constant grind. Its nice to just set up next to a body of water and cast your line. Good article.
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