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which probabaly took him more time to think up and build then if he just played the game and got to level 20 on merit
and as I said if he couldnt be bothered to do that then why is he continuing to play the game if he didnt like it/got bored of it?
Hearthstone...has a free-to-play model that actually works, making it immediately a rare creature worthwhile of everyone's attention.
hat happens once you ground enough credits going from A to B to get "the best" ship and weapons etc...are you then still also enjoying going from A to B for hours on end even if it's entirely pointless?
If You Can’t See the Sucker, You’re It.
ask a 100 people what they like more, steak or mince
Perhaps a comparison with those games is unfair, as they're free-to-play and supported by microtransactions.
I'm all for dissolving the idea of regional consituencies with FPTP and moving to a purely proportional system. That should please anyone who gives a fuck about democracy.
Watch it not happen, ever.
My point is that, rather than me not being able to cope with the quirks of PC ownership, I havent got the time or patience to have to deal with it.
That is until I have to buy a new graphics card to take advantage of the latest games, or a new CPU, or stick in more memory.
I cant fathom why your PS3 would be throwing up errors more frequently than a PC would
I bought Mass Effect 3 via Origin,
I know I'm giving extreme examples, but this is not atypical.
can't help but feel you're complaining here about the state of affairs that exists, has existed and probably will exist for every hardware transition.
Likewise, cost is also a factor - why would I want to spend another £500-£1000 on a PC just to stick under the telly for such scenarios?
I'm genuinely surprised so many people don't get this. Look, either you believe in free speech or you don't; you are de-facto in the latter group if you only defend it when people are saying things you agree with or like.
It's unnerving that some people feel a sense of victory when a company like valve pulls a product from the virtual shelves because some people find it offensive.
The British WW2 war films were really about making people feel we were winning more than changing views.
You have the right not to like something, you absolutely do not have the right to deprive others of the things you don't like.
If you don't like something, don't fucking buy it.
Propaganda is something quite different to entertainment media (although entertainment media can be a tool of it as we see with all the war films of WW2). That's really a different debate though.
In terms of fiction no. My life and views are based in the real world thankfully.
Certainly I can say a work of fiction has never affected me in any way other than enjoyment.