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#17 - Well she's a good athlete with good looks. I appreciate both, … 08/26/2016 on Very interesting +5
#38 - I imagine that it would be a permanent 'kicked in the balls' p… 08/26/2016 on men +7
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#94 - kjftiger (08/26/2016) [-]
Gotcha, never read them but know somewhat the storyline and the ending from the video game
#84 - What's your point? The reason was never a point of debate, but… 08/25/2016 on Player retention comparison -1
#45 - How is that talking about a No Man's Sky review? That clearly …  [+] (2 new replies) 08/25/2016 on Player retention comparison -1
#53 - Sevenseas (08/25/2016) [-]
**Sevenseas used "*roll picture*"**
**Sevenseas rolled image**"This shows that the game was obviously received poorly"

Because of the cut content, features, and liar devs.
#84 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
What's your point? The reason was never a point of debate, but thanks for the addition anyway.
#39 - One bad review doesn't mean a game wasn't acclaimed. Everythin…  [+] (4 new replies) 08/25/2016 on Player retention comparison -1
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#41 - danganronpaman (08/25/2016) [-]
>"I didn't mention the ratings/reviews for No Man's Sky in that comment."
>"Also, in what world did The Division get shit reviews?"
Pick one again.

"No Man's Sky was not liked by many, so they stopped playing it. "
And you said its because of the ratings, and not that people were pissed about the developers lying.
Look at the steam reviews. 9/10 of the negative ones are about people being pissed that they got lied too. Thats why, not that the games bad.

Is there something you're not understanding? You're not invalidating anything: you're just talking stupid.
#45 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
How is that talking about a No Man's Sky review? That clearly says 'The Division'.

I did not say that it was because of the ratings. I said that the ratings show that the game was less well received.
Reviews don't determine the acclaim of a game, though, which it seems is what you're assuming. The feedback and response to the game does and, as you've continued to point out, the Steam reviews of the game are negative.
This shows that the game was obviously received poorly (for whatever reason), and in doing so lost players.
#53 - Sevenseas (08/25/2016) [-]
**Sevenseas used "*roll picture*"**
**Sevenseas rolled image**"This shows that the game was obviously received poorly"

Because of the cut content, features, and liar devs.
#84 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
What's your point? The reason was never a point of debate, but thanks for the addition anyway.
#27 - My argument was that the reason those games got a more gradual…  [+] (6 new replies) 08/25/2016 on Player retention comparison -2
#29 - danganronpaman (08/25/2016) [-]
>"IGN gave it a poor rating, but that's about it."
>"Also, in what world did The Division get shit reviews? "
Pick one.

Wowee i didn't know people looked at ratings after playing a game. Your argument would be correct if this were about sales. But no, its about actually playing it. No one looks at reviews after they played a game. And if they did, once they bought it, they would use their own judgment and might agree or disagree with the ratings.
"the reason those games got a more gradual decline in players is because of how they were received after release" And wasn't my argument the reason people received it badly was being of the hype and the developers?.
Just look at the steam reviews. most of them are because of the hype and pissed off player base.
#39 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
One bad review doesn't mean a game wasn't acclaimed. Everything gets at least one.

I didn't mention the ratings/reviews for No Man's Sky in that comment. I was talking about the hype the game received, and the wide panning (by the public) of it after it was released. It doesn't matter when a person reads the review. If a person doesn't like the game, then they stop playing.
No Man's Sky was not liked by many, so they stopped playing it. GTA V, Fallout 4 and The Division were liked by many, so their playerbase saw a more steady decline.
It is not surprising that the amount of players dropped in one game more than the others.

Is there something you're not understanding? You're not invalidating anything: you're just talking about reviews.
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#41 - danganronpaman (08/25/2016) [-]
>"I didn't mention the ratings/reviews for No Man's Sky in that comment."
>"Also, in what world did The Division get shit reviews?"
Pick one again.

"No Man's Sky was not liked by many, so they stopped playing it. "
And you said its because of the ratings, and not that people were pissed about the developers lying.
Look at the steam reviews. 9/10 of the negative ones are about people being pissed that they got lied too. Thats why, not that the games bad.

Is there something you're not understanding? You're not invalidating anything: you're just talking stupid.
#45 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
How is that talking about a No Man's Sky review? That clearly says 'The Division'.

I did not say that it was because of the ratings. I said that the ratings show that the game was less well received.
Reviews don't determine the acclaim of a game, though, which it seems is what you're assuming. The feedback and response to the game does and, as you've continued to point out, the Steam reviews of the game are negative.
This shows that the game was obviously received poorly (for whatever reason), and in doing so lost players.
#53 - Sevenseas (08/25/2016) [-]
**Sevenseas used "*roll picture*"**
**Sevenseas rolled image**"This shows that the game was obviously received poorly"

Because of the cut content, features, and liar devs.
#84 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
What's your point? The reason was never a point of debate, but thanks for the addition anyway.
#20 - That's irrelevant. Hyped or not, it was no where near accl…  [+] (8 new replies) 08/25/2016 on Player retention comparison -2
#21 - danganronpaman (08/25/2016) [-]
It's entirely relevant. Your argument is the reason it dropped off so fast is because it wasn't critically acclaimed, and that because it wasn't critically acclaimed, it shouldn't be compared to the other ones.
But that's where you're wrong. No Mans Sky set out to be the biggest and most complex game ever made. And being that it was an indie game, it needed money. So they set out to crowdfund it. Gaining over a million dollars by hundreds of thousands of people, it was set up to be one of the best games ever made.
The game had hype, it had a major fanbase. It had everything to be successful. But then the developer lied. And didnt include half the things they promised. Most of the review scores are because of this. Of people playing a meh game with half of its content missing.
So people were pissed off and stopped playing. they didn't get what they were promised.
TLR The reason it can compare to critically acclaimed games (Also the Division got shit reviews) is because it had the same hype, and an even bigger player base ready to play. it only dropped off because of the shenanigans with the developers
#27 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
My argument was that the reason those games got a more gradual decline in players is because of how they were received after release, and due to No Man's sky not being received similarly it should not be compared to the others.
Hype before a game's release has nothing to do with how it's received. If anything, it made that drop in players MORE significant.

I'll concede: it's relevant. However, it doesn't do anything to disprove or invalidate my statement.
Also, in what world did The Division get shit reviews? IGN gave it a poor rating, but that's about it.
#29 - danganronpaman (08/25/2016) [-]
>"IGN gave it a poor rating, but that's about it."
>"Also, in what world did The Division get shit reviews? "
Pick one.

Wowee i didn't know people looked at ratings after playing a game. Your argument would be correct if this were about sales. But no, its about actually playing it. No one looks at reviews after they played a game. And if they did, once they bought it, they would use their own judgment and might agree or disagree with the ratings.
"the reason those games got a more gradual decline in players is because of how they were received after release" And wasn't my argument the reason people received it badly was being of the hype and the developers?.
Just look at the steam reviews. most of them are because of the hype and pissed off player base.
#39 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
One bad review doesn't mean a game wasn't acclaimed. Everything gets at least one.

I didn't mention the ratings/reviews for No Man's Sky in that comment. I was talking about the hype the game received, and the wide panning (by the public) of it after it was released. It doesn't matter when a person reads the review. If a person doesn't like the game, then they stop playing.
No Man's Sky was not liked by many, so they stopped playing it. GTA V, Fallout 4 and The Division were liked by many, so their playerbase saw a more steady decline.
It is not surprising that the amount of players dropped in one game more than the others.

Is there something you're not understanding? You're not invalidating anything: you're just talking about reviews.
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#41 - danganronpaman (08/25/2016) [-]
>"I didn't mention the ratings/reviews for No Man's Sky in that comment."
>"Also, in what world did The Division get shit reviews?"
Pick one again.

"No Man's Sky was not liked by many, so they stopped playing it. "
And you said its because of the ratings, and not that people were pissed about the developers lying.
Look at the steam reviews. 9/10 of the negative ones are about people being pissed that they got lied too. Thats why, not that the games bad.

Is there something you're not understanding? You're not invalidating anything: you're just talking stupid.
#45 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
How is that talking about a No Man's Sky review? That clearly says 'The Division'.

I did not say that it was because of the ratings. I said that the ratings show that the game was less well received.
Reviews don't determine the acclaim of a game, though, which it seems is what you're assuming. The feedback and response to the game does and, as you've continued to point out, the Steam reviews of the game are negative.
This shows that the game was obviously received poorly (for whatever reason), and in doing so lost players.
#53 - Sevenseas (08/25/2016) [-]
**Sevenseas used "*roll picture*"**
**Sevenseas rolled image**"This shows that the game was obviously received poorly"

Because of the cut content, features, and liar devs.
#84 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
What's your point? The reason was never a point of debate, but thanks for the addition anyway.
#12 - I've watched the whole show. This is pretty accurate. 08/25/2016 on House M.D Season 04,... +1
#18 - But every other one of those games was critically acclaimed up…  [+] (25 new replies) 08/25/2016 on Player retention comparison +10
#19 - danganronpaman (08/25/2016) [-]
Actually, No Mans Sky was hyped up significantly, and was the most anticipated game of 2016. The problem with it is, half the things it promised aren't in the full game. Like two biomes, or multiplayer, etc.
It was expected to sell better then all the other games in that chart, and would have, if it wouldn't have been for the asinine developers
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#77 - mancobbler (08/25/2016) [-]
Half the things that were "promised" weren't actually promissed
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#99 - holycrapimacupcake (08/25/2016) [-]
Well we only have one ship class, just different skins for it, which we they said we'd have actually different ships, and we are missing several biomedical types.
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#50 - grandautisimo (08/25/2016) [-]
they anounced that they could not realize multiplayer, nobody listened.
there is no multiplayer on the packaging and on the steam page, nowhere does it state it is multiplayer....
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#59 - holycrapimacupcake (08/25/2016) [-]
Then explain why they blatantly hide the multi-player feature listing behind a sticker on some boxes?
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#62 - grandautisimo (08/25/2016) [-]
boxes started production before the game was finished and before multiplayer was cancelled.
i cannot find any numbers on how many retail versions they sold or even produced, where they were produced and when.

producing in the cheapest factory available and then shipping the copies out by ship as cheaply as possible seems like something a big company would do.
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#63 - holycrapimacupcake (08/25/2016) [-]
So wait, the game wasn't even finished, and they printed features that they weren't even sure would be in the game on the box. Jesus they're stupid.
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#64 - grandautisimo (08/25/2016) [-]
costs less to have the stickers printed and put over the labels, especially if only half of the covers need to be fixed
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#98 - holycrapimacupcake (08/25/2016) [-]
That...that's fucking retarded.
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#47 - kurbeh (08/25/2016) [-]
Pretty sure the most anticipated game of the year was Mighty Number 9 though.
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#22 - cryoticshell (08/25/2016) [-]
YOU

YOU MUST BE ABLE TO TELL ME

HOW MUCH DANGANRONPA IS THERE

I'VE SEEN ONE SEASON BUT I'M FINDING GIFS OF THINGS I HAVEN'T SEEN

I NEED HELP
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#60 - cormy (08/25/2016) [-]
YOU!
YOU REMIND ME OF ME!
YOU SEE A SOLUTION TO YOUR PROBLEMS AND YOU YELL AT IT UNTIL IT RESPONDS!
ALTERNATIVELY, IF YOU SEE SOMETHING THAT YOU GREATLY ENJOY AND YOU HAVEN'T FOUND UNTIL NOW!
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#128 - cryoticshell (08/26/2016) [-]
more or less, sure
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#46 - meganinja (08/25/2016) [-]
There's the original season, and then there's the second game, and there's 2 season 3 animes.
#25 - danganronpaman (08/25/2016) [-]
Sure!
So you seen the first season. Which is based off the first game. The developers of the game hated the anime. So they didn't make a anime adaptation for the second game, or the Despair girls 1.5 game.
However, as a gift to the people who played all three games, they made two new anime seasons. Two. Being released simultaneously. An episode for each one every week.
So for someone who only seen the first season, it might not be a good idea to watch it.
But, the first two games are on steam, and can easily be pirated if you don't feel like dropping $30 for each one. Play both of them and then watch the two new animes. Thats my suggestion
#24 - anon (08/25/2016) [-]
theres two seasons titled dangan ronpa 3 despair arc, and danganronpa 3 future arc. no danganronpa 2 anime, but there is a game for it,
#20 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
That's irrelevant.
Hyped or not, it was no where near acclaimed on release. It was getting 5s across the board, whereas the other games were getting 9s or 10s.
There is little surprise that one game has dropped in players faster than the others when it's clearly not as popular.
#21 - danganronpaman (08/25/2016) [-]
It's entirely relevant. Your argument is the reason it dropped off so fast is because it wasn't critically acclaimed, and that because it wasn't critically acclaimed, it shouldn't be compared to the other ones.
But that's where you're wrong. No Mans Sky set out to be the biggest and most complex game ever made. And being that it was an indie game, it needed money. So they set out to crowdfund it. Gaining over a million dollars by hundreds of thousands of people, it was set up to be one of the best games ever made.
The game had hype, it had a major fanbase. It had everything to be successful. But then the developer lied. And didnt include half the things they promised. Most of the review scores are because of this. Of people playing a meh game with half of its content missing.
So people were pissed off and stopped playing. they didn't get what they were promised.
TLR The reason it can compare to critically acclaimed games (Also the Division got shit reviews) is because it had the same hype, and an even bigger player base ready to play. it only dropped off because of the shenanigans with the developers
#27 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
My argument was that the reason those games got a more gradual decline in players is because of how they were received after release, and due to No Man's sky not being received similarly it should not be compared to the others.
Hype before a game's release has nothing to do with how it's received. If anything, it made that drop in players MORE significant.

I'll concede: it's relevant. However, it doesn't do anything to disprove or invalidate my statement.
Also, in what world did The Division get shit reviews? IGN gave it a poor rating, but that's about it.
#29 - danganronpaman (08/25/2016) [-]
>"IGN gave it a poor rating, but that's about it."
>"Also, in what world did The Division get shit reviews? "
Pick one.

Wowee i didn't know people looked at ratings after playing a game. Your argument would be correct if this were about sales. But no, its about actually playing it. No one looks at reviews after they played a game. And if they did, once they bought it, they would use their own judgment and might agree or disagree with the ratings.
"the reason those games got a more gradual decline in players is because of how they were received after release" And wasn't my argument the reason people received it badly was being of the hype and the developers?.
Just look at the steam reviews. most of them are because of the hype and pissed off player base.
#39 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
One bad review doesn't mean a game wasn't acclaimed. Everything gets at least one.

I didn't mention the ratings/reviews for No Man's Sky in that comment. I was talking about the hype the game received, and the wide panning (by the public) of it after it was released. It doesn't matter when a person reads the review. If a person doesn't like the game, then they stop playing.
No Man's Sky was not liked by many, so they stopped playing it. GTA V, Fallout 4 and The Division were liked by many, so their playerbase saw a more steady decline.
It is not surprising that the amount of players dropped in one game more than the others.

Is there something you're not understanding? You're not invalidating anything: you're just talking about reviews.
User avatar
#41 - danganronpaman (08/25/2016) [-]
>"I didn't mention the ratings/reviews for No Man's Sky in that comment."
>"Also, in what world did The Division get shit reviews?"
Pick one again.

"No Man's Sky was not liked by many, so they stopped playing it. "
And you said its because of the ratings, and not that people were pissed about the developers lying.
Look at the steam reviews. 9/10 of the negative ones are about people being pissed that they got lied too. Thats why, not that the games bad.

Is there something you're not understanding? You're not invalidating anything: you're just talking stupid.
#45 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
How is that talking about a No Man's Sky review? That clearly says 'The Division'.

I did not say that it was because of the ratings. I said that the ratings show that the game was less well received.
Reviews don't determine the acclaim of a game, though, which it seems is what you're assuming. The feedback and response to the game does and, as you've continued to point out, the Steam reviews of the game are negative.
This shows that the game was obviously received poorly (for whatever reason), and in doing so lost players.
#53 - Sevenseas (08/25/2016) [-]
**Sevenseas used "*roll picture*"**
**Sevenseas rolled image**"This shows that the game was obviously received poorly"

Because of the cut content, features, and liar devs.
#84 - sudoku (08/25/2016) [-]
What's your point? The reason was never a point of debate, but thanks for the addition anyway.

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