Great story, Glad someone parsed all the EVE online stuff and provided some context.
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So If I understand correctly he thinks that increasing the price ups the stakes so if you do buy the game you either like it or play it long enough to learn to like it.
If instead of arbitrary increases it was timed with major content updates I suppose that would be cool (much like the expansion pack model of the olden days )
I think sales are fine as they allow people to take a low risk foray into a new genre and arguably this will create greater diversity in the titles we all get to play.
I was pretty annoyed at lovefilm for discontinuing their games rental service. I cancelled too and have move to netflix for content it murders lovefilm.
So one of the films stars has come out in support of Gay marriage, a certain Harrison Ford. Maybe one of the camera men or the FXs guys don't believe in Climate change. Can you see how deep this hole goes?
Edit: Shadow complex was fucking great, and if you boycotted it you really missed out
I stopped paying for Xbox Live as I never use it but I would like to play online so I think I'll wait for a bit for a PC version to be announced and if it doesn't might just pick it up for the xbox if i see it cheap. Although these games tend to hold their prices tho.
Sure shady folks are running off with the cash but its Ouya's money, I don't know why anyone cares.
@slashdance: Have they done anything immoral or unethical?
It's fine to be paranoid but there have been a lot of leaps from entertainment product to dystopian future. I don't understand why you think my argument is a "complete fallacy". There are viable alternatives to the Xbox One in the PS4 and PC.
Food or drink packets that have text in first person perspective. Shit like Innocent smoothies "I'm good for you and the environment. When you have finished drinking me, make sure you recycle me. i don's want to be litter"
Go fuck yourself inanimate object. I will draw a face on you just so I can punch it.