Snake? SNAKE!? SNAAAAAAAAAAKKKKKKEEEEEEEEEEEE
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Heres a kickstarter from Len Perralta, from the Geek A Week series, offering a set of 16 cards that depict some of the biggest names in gaming such as Ken Levine, Tim Schafer, and Gabe Newell. There is some pretty cool stuff that you can get in the pledged so if you want to check it out here it is. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1337047168/geek-a-week-legends-of-videogames
My guess is they'll be bought up. They'll likely make some kind of long term recovery after that.
As for the real question of buying stock, I'd say no, to volatile. Of course, Volatile = risky, and risky can occasionally equal big rewards. It's on you to determine whether or not it's worth it. If you choose to buy, just follow the rule of assuming you are literally throwing that money away so you won't depend on it and be fucked if things go bad.
Good advice! Thank you! Out of curiosity, what happens to the shareholders should a company like WB pick them up?
They refund you in Animaniacs dvds
I agree that focusing on adding to story or the variety of guns may be a better choice for DLC, but controlling something called a deathtrap sounds pretty awesome.