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I don't need statistics when I have something called "common sense". The fact that you're trying to dismiss my stance by demanding links to statistics nobody has compiled doesn't escape me.
Ok... So you think your logic of "poor people do not exist" is somehow just as correct as my logic of "Poor people do exist and there's a lot of them"?
You base your argument on the assumption that everyone can afford to back every KS project they're interested in.
The only way that Larian couldn't be digging into other KS projects' funds would be if money people had to spend on KS was infinite or that projects somehow existed in a vacuum.
Anyone with any sense will know that nether of those is true.
Thus if anyone needs to get a grip, it's the fanboys...
You're free to say you don't care when people make life difficult for the handicapped by taking up all the handicap spots or blocking access for ambulances and other emergency vehicles by parking in no-parking zones.
"As head of marketing here, I have to bite the bullet. It's my fault."
I know, right? I mean, 30 years ago my Dad bought my childhood home for £30k and now £30k won't even buy a garage. How can people just not understand that ALL THINGS MUST COST THE SAME AT ALL TIMES THROUGHOUT HISTORY?
People are just being ungrateful as far as I'm concerned. For my money, I rather a developer work within the budget constraints and make a quality, if shorter game.
Jesus, people are getting to be so entitled based on what they think the value of fifteen bucks is. Out of control. I can't believe such a decent developer has to fall on their sword like this in response.
Rovio is synonymous with its Angry Birds series, which has now been downloaded more than 3bn times...
As of this time, Kane has not been charged with a crime.
I'd be ok with this if the service was any good. Always problems making parties, inviting friends and the store doesn't even load more than half the time.
Eurogamer: 'Ghostable' suggests you're never going to be in direct conflict with a boss, that you're never going to have to go out in the open - that you can effectively be a ghost throughout the entire game. If you're having to face off against another augmented person such as yourself then you're going to have to go toe-to-toe in direct action, however you choose to do that. To me that doesn't fit with the idea of 'ghosting' the game, but maybe you've got a different definition…
Patrick Fortier: Yeah, our definition is more…
C'mon George you've been round the block long enough to know that that's utter BS
Early days sunshine. Pre-alpha footage, plenty of time for optimisation and new weapons and fighting mechanics to be revealed.
But surely offloading all that will mean that it can be displayed more easily. I thought these new consoles were supposed to have relatively good GPUs but weak CPUs. The focus on cloud computing will offset this discrepancy, in theory.
GPU is graphics processing unit. Why would it be processing physics?
So theoretically, the XB1 could become 20x more powerful in computing power in some areas (like physics in Crackdown 3). That's pretty huge. It allows for things like this where you can have a fully destructible city. You couldn't do that last gen, and not even on any other console this gen either. If so, and if Devs use it right, the cloud working like this could actually be a true next-gen feature for the XB1 that puts its pretty far ahead when it's first party games(which MS in investing in) utilize the cloud in creative ways. It started with the AI in Titanfall and I think Drivatars in Forza 5 if i'm not mistaken. Now after being a joke for so long, we have a real example of a game using the cloud for big gameplay differences. The future is looking very bright.
xbox cloud still lives and in a big way
World of Warcraft subscriptions at nine-year low with 5.6 million
You know I would love for the two people who down voted this comment to give me an explanation why, seriously , I would love an explanation on why you would down vote someone's comment just for showing excitement for a game. :)
This is the problem when mobile 'freemium' games are so profitable and development costs comparatively low.
A player controlled AT-AT would not work. No doubt it would go AWOL or spawn camping. The other vehicles are fully playable.
The game is fully first person if you wish.
The vast majority of the combat isn't on rails.
A player count of 40 is lower compared to BF, but not compared to other shooters.
You are moaning about the lack of realism in a game based upon Star Wars. It should have a more arcade physics model, style and mechanics.
This is the problem facing DICE. Change the game and people will claim it is a dumbed down BF, don't and others will claim it is a reskin.
I've not played Wow for nearly a year, can Blizzard rein me back in?
I was hoping this wouldn't happen,I don't want to be forced to purchase K&M and desk just so I can continue to play the same type of games I have been playing for years with joypad.
But how much of that is from people buying full priced games and from people buying games in sales.
You have no proof but don't let that stop you bashing people who buy digital games on their consoles.
Xbox Live transactions revenue increased $205m or 58 per cent, reflecting "increased users and revenue per user".
Problem is, rumors suggest NX will still be weaker than ps4 / xbone. I hope they are false though, as by then 3 years have passes..
Your definition of life changing is entirely subjective. I think being a game god to thousands of players would be a pretty neat prize, if and when it happens.
You don't like concise? Let's try verbal! Verbal's good.
You're continuing to insist that being somewhat disappointed is the same as being "fucked over". There is no way to respond to that.
I keep trying, then I notice my head is in my hands again, and so I delete what I wrote and write that instead.
I can't count the number of potential life changing opportunities I've had that have been somewhat disappointing...oh...sorry...have completely fucked me over.
Seriously. I can't counter that. It just hurts, right here, behind the deep crease you people cause in the middle of my brow. If it wasn't all so destructive, it would be laughable. And then I could just laugh.
Nobody "fucked over" the Curiosity winner. Nobody. You've made that up. It's one of many completely bogus justifications you relentlessly spout.
Henderson being neglected is certainly regrettable, but is not by any stretch of any reasonable imagination a "fucking over".
PM explained the reason for Curiosity at the time. Even did a talk at Develop about it. It was all very open and candid and widely reported on. If you weren't listening then, some wild hunch makes me suspect you won't listen now - hence efforts to explain ending in me with my head in my hands.
Milo existed. I know a programmer who worked on it for, oh, two or three years I think. It was never going to come out
My #1 problem with the mob is that they are 100% convinced they are right, no matter how little they know about how games are made or the people who make them.
The thousand £ hammers were somewhere between a joke and a thought experiment. Not a single one was expected to be sold, and the last I heard not a single one had.
No, I really don't. Godus should never have been funded. It was backed on reputation rather than concept, despite the fact that the reputation in question was two decades of over-promising and late under-delivery
I have no more sympathy for a Godus backer than I would have for someone who'd backed a dev with no experience or track record promising the world on a transparently inadequate budget. (I also wouldn't attack those devs either.) That's all notwithstanding the fact that while Godus might be a)late and b)rubbish, it is actually still in development!
So, that's one person the attack was in aid of - even though in the interviews he's done he didn't actually seem all that "stung" by the "deceit and lies" - who else was it for? Perhaps you could describe how you, personally, have been "stung" so savagely that you cheered every ounce of what he got?
Here's how I've seen this unfold: a few years ago the gaming community seemed content to let Molyneux fill the roll of the industry's loopy uncle. He'd come down from his attic, tell us he had a brilliant new invention, and we'd all roll our eyes and say "Of course you do, Uncle Pete!" and he'd sod off back to his attic again.
Then the mob turned on him, because sadly that's how a portion of the games community operates these days. I don't understand why.
I'm no big Molyneux fan, but when has he ever "taken people's money"? People give him their money. Voluntarily. Why, I have absolutely no clue.
How they can give him their money and then expect him to somehow miraculously stop being the world's most famously dizzy unfocussed over-promising dreamer, I have even less of a clue.
I've followed Peter Molyneux for 25 years. In that time he has proven, repeatedly, to be a well meaning but disastrously disorganised fantasist. I wouldn't give him my money, but I also won't stand around and bray when someone decides to give him a beating for it. It's pathetic.
Phillips asked Molyneux, directly, "Why did you fuck up?"
"It was like, 'Well, I really don't know. It just happened. It just f***ed up.'
Titled Mercenary Mode, it will introduce a shadowy figure to the game, one who'll appear in each faction base in the Ashran region during times of high queues. If you're struggling to get into the battleground action, you'll be able to simply approach this character and fight for the opposing faction... as if both factions hadn't been ramming their heads into each other hour after hour, day after day for ten, long years.
When you eventually join the battleground, you'll also automatically be assigned an entirely new race from the opposing faction.
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