@jasonefmonk: can i have one please. i love that game
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i didnt know Ryan personally or guess i wouldn't happen bc of the distance that we lived each other, but as a regular visitor to the site, 2 or 3 times a day, maybe more, and have watched countless Quick Looks and TNT, some of them with Ryan, that were pretty good btw, i really loved a lot of those videos with Ryan on them, and how can i forget the Ryan spinning head on i Love Mondays intro, but all i want to say is that im deeply sad about his passing, when i reed the title of the article i was hoping that it was someone close to him that something happened and not him, it was a real shock to me at the time i read about his passing, hope it was a dream and i woke up on this moment and realize that it is not true, but it is a real thing, hope he is in a good place now and like i reed this morning, he will be missed but not forgotten, see you soon Ryan Davis, R.I.P.
hey Alex, really love your writing and this Guns of Navarro its turning into my favorites, you are right, how the things are going in to the future, protecting the publishers and developers is the right thing to do, because places like Gamestop and Redbox, are gaining more money than the actual people that works and publish the games, if the price is right i dont mind having my games library digital, if that means saving the industry, because is sad that great developers are being shot down because those high selling targets being put by publishers and because for the used games that mark wasn't reached, i read last week that the people that worked on Hitman Absolution was let go by Eidos, and that game was pretty good, and a sequel to a great game is coming to mobile instead of a AAA console release, (Deus Ex The Fall), and really i dont want to play that on my phone, and this is what a lot of publishers and developers are going to turn if the used games market isn't controlled.
So people need to learn that piracy and used games are bringing this industry that we all love down, and hope that in the future they can make some restrictions to preserve the hard work those people have made to make us happier when we turn our consoles on.
i think that they want to lock the content for account, and if you sell the game or rent it you need to buy the access from the store like the online pass but now for the whole game, they secretly tested this by locking the content for ps allstar battle royale for the ps vita on the ps3 disc for one use only by the first account that activate it, then it could not get it again from other account.