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tigrefuego
Oct 11 2019
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One of the many issues of Eve.

As a new player, I was astounded that I’d not be able to level my alts simultaneously once I’d sub’d. Not even at a slower F2P rate. And I was dead set against spending MORE on leveling an ALT then you could spend on just getting another account. (At the time, it was $20 a month to level Read more

Sep 28 2019
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I’m not sure how wise it is to shave your face with the same razor you’re using to shave your crotch.

In fact, I’m feeling pretty confident in saying that’s not something you should probably do.

Unless you’re doing it in a specific order, then sanitizing the flip out of it between sessions but, ... just get two razors.

I’m not sure how wise it is to shave your face with the same razor you’re using to shave your crotch.

In fact, I’m

Sep 25 2019
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What a fantastic review! I’m an avid gamer, and I’m always thrilled to hear what compels people to engage with games. More-so even about what their experiences are with them.

Since I’ve been gaming for decades, there is a sort of vocabulary I’ve built up in the various genres, and discovering what I take for granted as Read more

Sep 23 2019
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A significant drop in “players” or in alternate accounts?

I “played” Eve for 2 years. Starting a few months before it went “Free to Try”. It took me a while to get the swing of things. I opted to start my own corporation with a mate. Times were hard. It seemed like there was no real way to make any kind of money Read more

Sep 7 2019
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:/

No radical message about saving the still burning Amazon? No demands to free children from detention centers? Just... “...setting up domain”?

Man. THAT’S some privilege right there.

Sep 5 2019
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Dev figures game would croak on Steam, instead it’s leaps into the hearts of fans who find it ribbetting. Plans sequels to avoid losing Steam.

Sep 5 2019
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Valve added fuel to the fire by appending a note to the game’s Steam page that called the move “unfair to Steam customers.” Read more

Aug 22 2019
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The developer mentions player choice, but the player always has a choice: to buy, or not to buy. And it’s fascinating that you view this as somehow being about respecting the customer. Read more

Aug 21 2019
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I’d counter by saying it is the MOST important part. It dictates through what mediums I’ll be able to interact with the product. For example, if I had backed or purchased the product assuming I’d be able to use my mobile device via SteamLink, and it was the premise of my purchase, which Epic could not replicate, I’d Read more

Aug 21 2019
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I think I’ve realized that you’re so lacking in understanding on how the world works, that I REALLY had to break it down, Potato Head Style, for ya. It’s a chore, but I’ve never been one to shy from hard work in the face of the impossible. If you have any further questions or need any more clarification, feel free to Read more

Aug 21 2019
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We can understand the risks associated with crowd funded projects, however, until recently, those didn’t included corporate takeover and redefinition of previous contracts. And this effort is solely spearheaded by Epic. It’s not a good look.

If I give an individual money because they promise to do a task, or deliver a Read more

Aug 21 2019
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I am entitled. Every single Human Being is entitled. Particularly to certain unailanable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. It is GOOD to be entitled. It is GOOD to recognize your entitlements, lest someone, or some Government would take them away.

I’m going to break some tough Read more

Aug 21 2019
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Thanks mate. The explanation REALLY isn’t for him as much as it is for those following this EXHILARATING thread. I’ll more than likely come back to this argument to copy/paste it somewhere with more visibility if needed.

It really is one of the BIGGEST issues I take with Epic’s... I mean... their essentially unethical Read more

Aug 21 2019
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As is, we’re seeing devs decide to punch the throttle on Epic’s deal, or Not. Most ARE. Because... Money. Duh. IT is our God. It rules all. All else plays second fiddle to Money and its whims. We don’t even fault people for taking money unless.

They break a social contract. The social contract currently is this:

“Hey Read more

Aug 21 2019
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What a thoughtful reply. Do you mind if I private message you difficult topics from time to time so I can hear sage words like this again? I’ve learned a lot from this comment.

Aug 21 2019
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I think my favorite part about this post is its admission that it doesn’t even take the time to read the VERY short article in-order to ensure a “First!”, and interject a comment about as deep.

Aug 21 2019
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“I felt going for an exclusivity deal would show that my word means nothing (as I just had promised the game would launch on Steam),” wrote Marhulets on Reddit. The positive response from fans was huge. Read more

Aug 21 2019
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Stephen, PLEASE endeavor to get everyone more educated on what’s going on here. The opposition is being painted in a broad shallow stroke. It is not as cut and dry as some butthurt gamers causing a toxic stir. Epic is BAD for the industry. At best, they are not “Good”.

Enticing Devs to break contracts with their Read more

Aug 21 2019
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...but the current era of malcontent is most neatly demarcated by the launch of the Epic Games Store in December, a storefront that at this point, a vocal group of PC games fans object to on principle. Read more