AngryMax wrote on Jul 28, 2010, 06:07:
The difference is in the function, correct me if i am wrong. Why would i want to buy iPad and strain my eyes when i can read kindle which is sharper and has better properties than printed paper?
Jerykk wrote on May 13, 2010, 23:17:
Well, before I address the main point I just want to take a slightly more controversial route: You can put a 'J' in front of it, but it's not an RPG. You don't make any choices, you don't create a character, you don't live your character... I don't know what those are - adventure games maybe? But they're not RPG's.
Madguy wrote on May 6, 2010, 12:41:
Wait a minute, people hate Steam now? Really? A convenient/fast digital distribution service with frequent, amazing sales? Probably one of the better things to happen to PC gaming in the past decade? Am I missing something?
Tanto Edge wrote on Apr 23, 2010, 18:00:
I recommend everybody records one, names it the same and posts it to YouTube.
Fuck You Roger Ebert.
Jerykk wrote on Apr 19, 2010, 02:51:
With that said, I really don't see any irony in what I said.
Jerykk wrote on Apr 18, 2010, 02:27:
Yeah, it is somewhat ironic that Ubisoft's attempts to gain sales actually results in me not buying their games.
Jerykk wrote on Apr 17, 2010, 15:35:
No, I'm never first in line because I don't buy games without playing them first. But if the games prove to be good, I do buy them, as opposed to the current situation where I'll never buy any Ubisoft game that has this DRM.
Jerykk wrote on Apr 17, 2010, 06:31:
It's really not that hard to understand this stuff but Ubisoft is apparently clueless. A consecutive release with minimal DRM and standard pricing is going to sell a lot better than a delayed release with excessive DRM and unreasonably high pricing. If EA, of all companies, has the sense to do this, why can't Ubisoft?
ASeven wrote on Apr 16, 2010, 22:31:
You mean by taking away all our control of playing a game and implementing draconian, terrible DRMs? We sure have no idea! You can keep the DRM, I'll keep my rights. I won't bend over and take it up like many corporate whores who only want to play the latest derivative POS and will sacrifice anything in the name of playing the latest.
Darks wrote on Apr 16, 2010, 19:00:
Hey StingingVelvet, So $60.00 is good for games in this day and age? Don’t kid yourself, it is not. Most games now are slapped out onto the market with 4 hrs tops in game play. Also lacking in features or story. This is not what I call a good deal in fact it’s insulting that you pay good money to get short changed.