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  • MrMojoPin 15/05/2015

    @WiIIyTheAntelope the answer to your problem is still easy:

    - you see a news article on Destiny, don't click on it.

    - you see an opinion piece on Destiny, don't click on it.

    - somebody in your vague vicinity starts talking about Destiny, just walk away.

    I should also come clean and admit that I am obviously paid by Eurogamer (cash in hand from the weekly drop that Activision leave) to post pro Eurogamer comments. As you are in the know conspiracy wise I knew it was only a matter of time before you realised this yourself but thought I would save you the thinking time so you can accidentally click on a few more Destiny articles instead.
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  • MrMojoPin 15/05/2015

    @WiIIyTheAntelope My apologies, forgot that there always has to be a conspiracy.

    There have been a few news articles on Assassin's Creed recently and because they don't interest me I have been getting very angry that I was forced to open the article and read through them. I am going to have to assume Ubisoft are funding this and it is impeaching on my free will. Where is the evidence you are not in their pocket Eurogamer? Eh!
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  • MrMojoPin 15/05/2015

    I don't play Destiny but I found this an interesting read. I don't read a lot of the Destiny articles but if the description grabs my attention I will have a look, just like I do with other pieces.

    To those that are moaning: If you don't want to read about Destiny then don't click on the article, it's not a trap. Also it is a bit weird that people are clicking on the article to get annoyed, to then write a comment about how annoyed they are when they could have spent that time reading a non Destiny article. I imagine that page views are tracked as well so those people are only contributing to make the Destiny articles they despise look popular.
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