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""Even with that price-tag."
That's it, I'm done with EG.
You're posting an article about how a company is shitting on its customers then you're praising their game, which is doing the shitting.
Clearly Activision and their greedy little mitts had a little something to throw your way, and it's very sad it's cost you your credibility.
Still, never bought Destiny, or played it... never will, because I played FPS when quake was the king and it's never got any better since then."
"Congratulations EG, well done for asking the right questions and giving him the rope which his arrogance dutifully snatched up and hanged himself with.
This kind of journalism is what we need now more than ever as gamers are increasingly being treated as cash cows because of their devotion to their hobby.
So credit where it's due and it pleases me to say thanks for a job well done Tom."
"Look, shut the fuck up. We're seeing what we can get away with, alrighty? We'll invent some back-pedal offer later if this blows up in our face, and not before."
Eurogamer: I get that it is big but it is also the same price as the base game. That had four areas rather than one and more missions than the Taken King. Why is it the same price?
Luke Smith: All I can do is answer that with the same thing I just gave you...
Luke Smith: Look mate, I don't give a fuck about you, your readers, or our customers. As I've said, we're seeing what we can get away with. Yes, we're selling something one quarter the size of the original product, for the same price as the original product. And?
Eurogamer: I feel like you should put some of these things that you are empathising with into practice.
Luke Smith: We have nothing to announce today. We're reading the forums and the reactions to this week's announcements. We will continue to discuss player feedback with respect to the the game and Collector's Edition content.
Luke Smith: We have nothing to announce today. We're only interested in what we can get away with and if it transpires that there's more people justifiably fucked off with us than there are throwing their stupid money at us for some stupid emotes plus a whole bunch of stuff we've already sold those mugs, then we might do something about it. Until then, (laughs).
"It's a complimentary game aimed at increasing brand awareness and to steal time away from crosswords, Sudoku and word searches. It looks a well thought out game that is designed to be played in small does over a prolonged period of time.
It is not the harbinger of the end of core games, mobile is a different market, saying its the same is like saying because millions of people watch content on Youtube means there is no market for Cinema. Just Bonkers.
Content providers just have to address user needs, and they differ in long form to short form."
"Having played it for a few hours, I decided it was worth the £2.99 for a few boxes. I feel like it's a good price to pay for the fun I've had with it."
"Inspired by XCOM, SimCity and FTL.
I know that's what Bethesda says, but from the 15 minutes I've tried it, it's very similar to This War of Mine. Very."
FatShady actually interviewed RedLynx's Anttil ilvessuo under the Eiffel Tower yesterday, where the developer stated, in no uncertain terms, that he's made arrangements for the key holders to receive something special in that spot come 2013.
@riceNpea Try a dummy.
"@TheDarkSide Theres no venom in my replies, if I wanted to I would be offensive."
"This game should be played with mouse and keyboard, don't like that? Go find a console game that suits you."
XCOM 2 developer Firaxis doesn't plan on launching its upcoming turn-based strategy sequel with gamepad support, though it intends to add that later.
""Essential" titles (in my eyes, anyway) span from Shadow of the Colossus and Planescape: Torment to Diablo II, Super Smash Bros. Melee and the original GoldenEye for the N64 (or the first Halo, depending on which game you think "sparked" the couch-FPS phenomenon.)
You know, unprecedented trendsetters. Hardly the sort of category that HotS encompasses."
"He mentions Football Manager, I might agree with him there. These are essential. Is Heroes of the Storm? Is Kerbal Space Program? I'm not sure. I've played them both and I recommend them both, but 'essential'? No. Essential is a powerful word and I just think it's being used incorrectly."
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