Patrick, thanks for the terrific run here. We worked well together at MTV News and did so again here. I look forward to our third tour together some time in the future!
Sigh. It was a fun run. I’ll follow you on Twitter to see where you’ll go to next. I wish you all the luck in the world. See you..
I loved this game so much, but it was over in a flash 6 hours making sure to beat all the average times and no alarms or failures. I agree with the mechanics note it seems like they teach you everything then throw it out the window at the halfway point in favor of brute force smash and grab. You really hardly use any…
HACK THE PLANET!
I was using G2A for a while, having done a little bit of Google-fu to try to figure out why some of their keys were so cheap. I even bought number of XCOM EX keys when they were on serious discount on Amazon, then resold them on G2A - I assumed this was how all they keys were inexpensive.
Interesting article. G2A has been clever in how it promotes itself.
I preordered Deus Ex Human Revolution from G2A using paypal in Januarary cause I saw a good price.
I know chargebacks are a thing that happens, but I’m amazed anyone can stay in business when the banks blame an online retailer for the fraud and then charge them $30 for the hassle.
Never, ever buy something from G2A. So many people get banned from games and have games removed from their accounts and wonder why it’s happening. It’s more often than not because you bought something from G2A that came from a stolen credit card. I see this happening in GTA V all of the time.
Got to feel for MangaGamer, they literally did nothing wrong and were just the victims of a spiteful and malicious manchild. People like Reis will always exist so it’s up to companies to make sure they have no place to go, no avenue to profit from without more risk of exposing themselves.
I hate to say it but with…
Yeah, that’s why I don’t support these sites. They are not legitimate retail channels and you don’t know where those keys come from. Some keys might be legit, some might not. The developer might get money from the sale, they might not. If it’s a game I want badly enough to buy, then I can pay $5-$10 more on a GMG or…
Do you guys know if the purchased toyboxes and chars will still be playable (PC), or am I foobar?
Holy shit. I would be pissed off beyond belief if I had invested in playing this game on a mobile device. I understand discontinuing updates, but to shutdown the game completely? 3.0 isn’t even a year old. I honestly feel like that’s worthy of a class action suit.
I recently upgraded and if I had waited to the last minute I would have been screwed. It took me about 2 full days to upgrade. My Win 7 wouldn’t connect to Windows Update service and I had to do all sorts of frustrating troubleshooting to get it to install 10.
Good. I can uninstall Never 10 without worrying about those damn pop ups after today.
My sincerest congratulations to that mad bastard. Seriously, beating the game with Coda is nothing short of a Herculean test.
how in the fuck
I don’t like Dark Souls games that much... well they are good games, but they don’t really interest me. But Bloodborne was a different story, (even when I did hate Vicar Amelia quite a bit) it had some really good story going on and the “twist” was nice and refreshing. I liked the themes it played with.
Bloodborne is the definition of a modern classic, yes. The word that always comes to my mind when I think about that game is “purity.” It doesn’t have the more complex RPG trappings of its siblings in the DS series, nor does it boast a ton of different mechanics or gameplay pillars - no crafting system, no…