Right? What’s the point of building hype for something this early when that very same hype is the greatest possible danger to your project? Just sit on it until it’s done. Once it’s out in the wild and passed around to all who want it, it’s a lot harder for anybody to shut down.
It's 1 in a million and not even death in those cases. You have a higher chance of being hit by lightening.
Because the Republican platform is based around hurting someone. It doesn’t really matter who it is. The people that they cater to, the people that they court for donations and votes, are the people that need to feel that they are better than someone. They will support anything as long as it makes someone else’s life… Read more
A bill, written by Epic’s lobbyists (Epic funded and co-founded the Coalition, something Gizmodo’s articles never seem to disclose), was killed by Google and Apple lobbyists. Anyone pretending this is anything else is either (a) willfully disingenuous, or (b) totally ignorant as to how the process works and who the… Read more
Nah, just add “-N-Furter” to the end and you’ll instantly be cool.
If they bow to the current donors, they’ll lose the future donors who are at college right now and signing petitions to get rid of it. It is a better long term investment to take the hit now, probably from boomers who will die soon anyway, and invest in the goodwill of the current crop of students for future… Read more
No more Knacks?
Kidding on that one, but is a shame. I know the big-name directors like Toyama and Ueda left already, but there was still clearly a lot of talent in that studio. I was hoping they were developing some new ones to replace them.
I guess I’ll never get another Gravity Rush :(