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It is the knock on effects and precedent for everyone else that would be my problem.
but government, even though it's usually very supportive of Church, currently stands aside with official position of 'we don't censor this stuff' with only several deputies saying 'Matilda' is against Russian people, against everything the nation stands for, and it should be stopped.
I find it interesting that both parties want their voices heard and using systems which were never intended to be used the way they're using them (e.g. DMCA to avoid association with another person and Steam Reviews to voice political opinions).
but how about when he makes fun of people with big noses, is it still going to be okay for devs to issue DMCA strikes against him over that?
And on similar lines, I think it's entirely possible to use words like that without actually being a racist
You can't allow someone to use your content and then file a DMCA against them.
Silencing him with DMCA is censorship in both cases
But where is the new class of Guardian? Where is the new alien race?
It's different, that's for sure, but Apple has never been afraid of doing their own thing.
Bungie have decided that 30 frames a second is acceptable. The game or game engine didn't decide. 30fps is second-rate gaming! Or a game from a second-rate studio (regardless of its size or game budget). And for as long as there are several examples of 60fps games, there's no excuse.
The Witcher 3 prives it's possible.
The game is incredible, I've never felt compelled to pay real money for microtransactions and I'm getting by just fine with the Bright engrams you get from each level-up.
I see a lot of people put off by what is a very small gripe in an otherwise extremely polished and densely filled game.
As for shaders, come on. They're 100% cosmetic. People used to loathe getting shaders as rewards in Destiny 1. Why is it suddenly a big deal?
if there had been more "game", no one would have given a damn about these bullshit.
Still shocked that there are no new races (either player or enemy) or classes.
Not everyone has to do the same thing.
If we all get used to the idea of letting games mature for a few months post-release then it changes that incentive.
and truth be told, I'm bored shooting things in games nowadays..
But all this hype really makes me want to play..
Plus, the 'day one' culture has lead to a lot of gamers paying a lot of money for broken games.
even Activision thinks we should calm it a bit so didn't invite us to its review even