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|Video Games Played:||Space Marine, Dead Space, League (not because I like it, damn women folk), other things.|
|Interests:||40k, military, stuff, things, mahobbers.|
|Date Signed Up:||7/24/2012|
|Location:||The bowels of Area Fifty One|
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|Highest Comment Rank:||#592|
|Comment Thumbs:||5925 total, 6707 , 782|
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Level 0 Content: Untouched account → Level 1 Content: New Here
|Comment Level Progress:|| 79% (79/100) |
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|Total Comments Made:||5358|
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|#355 - The fact that it's plastered on the front and back of the game box.. [+] (1 new reply)||04/20/2015 on RIP In Peace||-1|
|#351 - That's true, forgot about that.||04/20/2015 on RIP In Peace||0|
|#264 - I am going to be honest about the whole DLC thing. I… [+] (2 new replies)||04/20/2015 on RIP In Peace||0|
|#232 - EA produced the first two [+] (1 new reply)||04/20/2015 on RIP In Peace||0|
|#226 - EA produced the first. I have that res… [+] (3 new replies)||04/20/2015 on RIP In Peace||-1|
|#221 - EA produced the first two. [+] (4 new replies)||04/20/2015 on RIP In Peace||+2|
#251 - fefe (04/20/2015) [-]
Back when DLC wasn't popular and they didn't want to sell you a new game every 6 months. If they hype games people will buy them but they will get bored of the lack of content and hope that the next content is better, and its an endless cycle where we get fed shitty broken games. 75% of the games i have purchased since 2011 have had issues on launch or game breaking problems. If consumer protection did their job these companies would be sued out their assholes. From 2001 to 2010 i had no issues playing any game on launch, the second Call of duty brought DLC to the table the whole industry went down the shitter
#264 - lemanrouste (04/20/2015) [-]
I am going to be honest about the whole DLC thing.
I only have a problem if the "DLC" is just an activation code supposedly giant new DLC is only 100kb huh? and they make you pay for that.
If it's free I don't care.
If it isn't free but obviously not an activation code, I don't mind.
If it is free and non-activation code Like the DLC mentioned will likely be double win.
Though I will agree with cranking out a game every six months, but in EA's defense here, they do that the least, they may crank out a lot of games but it is all through other Dev companies. All they have to do is throw money around so, not that time consuming for their part. Ubisoft does that shit the most and are the worst about it since they are their own dev company Assassin's Creed is worse than Call of Duty, at least Activision keeps their dev companies on a two year cycle.
But still, I get what you're saying about the quantity of releases.
|#295 - And that's your opinion, to which you are entitled to.||04/19/2015 on What a time to be alive||0|
|#182 - The DLC is free even if you don't pre-order it. You j…||04/19/2015 on Tell EA to fuck off||+2|
|#64 - Admin, it's 0100 in my desert wasteland. And I'm up to no goo…||04/19/2015 on It's midnight on FJ. Wha...||0|
|#43 - Why not both? [+] (1 new reply)||04/19/2015 on Imperial Propaganda comp||+2|
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