The game is fun as hell, and the heroes are easily unlockable now. Progression being tied to loot boxes isn’t ideal, but I haven’t found it game-breaking. You can craft almost any card you want with crafting parts.
All this talk of ‘temporarily’ removing the microtransactions just fills me with a sense of trepidation - with all the bad press, bad reviews, and drop off in sales with regards to this, how can EA even think they’ll get away with trying to re-instate them at a later date (and include them in future releases not…
Really too bad because it is a very fun game to play.
I also haven’t felt hampered by the progression system in Multiplayer one bit (not even half a bit) so... as per usual - internet just blowing stuff WAY out of proportion without any actual experience with what they are bemoaning.
The only guide I needed was my common sense which promptly directed me in the opposite direction from this game.
I think I am content with the 2007 Star Wars: Battlefront 2. It has all the same features and no lootbox system in sight. Plus it has Steam server support now!
Doesn’t the whole “harbinger of death” thing actually make him more hot, rather than being something to “get over?”
Aw, he’s adorable. I like the crooked smile in your final pic. The one from Sims 3 just looks like an angsty boy that needs a hug.
I think you just wrote a new hit josei manga series
In a good world, HR always takes claims seriously and survivors have the support of their teams/co-workers.
One frustrating thing I’ve learned from experience: no matter how well liked you are, no matter how good your reputation, there’s always the chance that people will turn on you for talking. We once had someone on staff that... pretty much everyone who worked with him agreed that some of his behaviours were alarming;…
Thank you for writing this.
Regulation is always needed. But I found that talking about sexual assault is as hard as dealing with crunch time in the industry: it’s a culture.
“I have waited for this day!”
For those complaining that “The Simpsons mock everyone” and therefore it’s ok here’s the thing; on the show most of those “mockings” are either one of many of that sort of character or they’re a parody of a cultural reference.
Apu is a relic from the 90s, much like the Simpsons as a whole. I didn’t think people still watched it.
For all the folks in the comments getting angry about the Indian guy being critical of the fictional Indian character and that he should “just get over it.”
I kinda think The Simpsons just needs to die now anyway. It’s lost some important voice actors, sure. But more than that it’s been well over a decade since it was actually funny, and I’m not sure it’s culturally relevant anymore. Does anyone remember when instead of bad caricatures and flat pop culture references, The…
That Samus, tho!
I prefer Strong Bad’s squintmojis
This is some next level shit right here