Yifes wrote on Jul 20, 2010, 22:08:
I love blizzard so much you guys, they can do no wrong in my books and youre all dumb.
Overon wrote on Jul 18, 2010, 19:57:
There is a market for onlive so I wouldn't say it's pointless. If you live close to the servers and/or you play games where lag is not much of an issue and your ocmputer is shitty, it's worth a try.
Fuck, you are a moron.
Yifes wrote on Jul 15, 2010, 20:18:e will see how long that lasts. soon realid will be the only system, no lan support, product activation and console versions of blizzard games are probably right on the horizon. like this whole mess didnt start with actiblizzard trying to force a worthless feature on their user base.
you reinforce my view of reality that sheep are willing to kiss the corporate ass even when its paddling their own in return
I'll stop playing Blizzard games if that ever happens.
Yifes wrote on Jul 15, 2010, 20:00:
No. Functionality is exactly the same. You can either add people with their in game name, or you can add friends with their real id. It's the same in game.
Yifes wrote on Jul 15, 2010, 19:39:maybe not human rights , but the personal data rights
You're not fighting for personal data rights, since Real ID and facebook integration is purely optional. Getting so upset over something that you can easily avoid is utterly stupid.
elefunk wrote on Jul 15, 2010, 18:18:
Actually, Infinity Ward has said numerous times that Modern Warfare 2 is by far their most successful PC release of all time, and on PC alone they've sold millions of copies.
Only the controversial PC version of the game could be considered a disappointment, entering at only number five in the individual formats chart. The PC version accounted for just three per cent of overall sales, compared to 57 per cent for the 360 and 40 per cent for the PlayStation 3.
Just like all the sales that were lost on Modern Warfare 2 over the dedicated servers...looks like that really hurt them.
"Bobby has always been passionate about games, and loves the video game industry."
Maryanne Lataif, Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications at Activision Blizzard.
So basically instead of dumping this on WoW community they will gently coerce and implement it with baby steps to "ease" it in on their customers?
I guess humans will accept anything as long as they are gradually conditioned into it. Wise choice Blizzard. I recommend next time you have an evil masterplan to not even announce it. Just do it, slowly, covertly.
Eldaron Imotholin wrote on Jul 10, 2010, 13:08:
We really shouldn't pay too much attention to what PHDF is saying. If there's one person that's so completely detached from reality that he has the illusion that what he thinks is fact, it's PHDF.
Truly. I've been reading his comments multiple times due to all the quoting, and I keep getting stunned by it.
Prez wrote on Jul 9, 2010, 23:55:
I find it chuckle-worthy that if you find the hysteria about this to be over-blown,
Fibrocyte wrote on Jul 9, 2010, 22:28:
Didn't your mother teach you that if you don't have anything smart to say, don't say anything at all?
many people still view WoW and other MMO's as some kind pastime that only the emotionally stunted play