Its not a World Of Warcraft movie. Its a movie set in the world of warcraft. That is an important distinction to make, a World Of Warcraft movie would be some crazy Last Starfighter-esque movie where a kid plays so much WOW he gets sucked into the game and has to mine ore for the rest of his life. The movie is a retelling of the story of Warcraft/Warcraft 2.
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@dystopiax: Yes I have, it's rude and churlish. As I would expect it to be in the situation. Who do you think I expect more professionalism from, amateur streamers who have what amount to distro deals with Twitch, or Twitch's own hand-picked staff?
I also find the attempt to turn the quote into an actual come on, attempting to portray someone's rhetorical device as active sexual harassment is intellectually dishonest. The point of the rhetorical device is pretty clear; why does your boyfriend get special treatment and what would I have to do to receive that kind of treatment?
Honestly, if Twitch are going to say that being crass is a bannable offense, then I'm buying a lot of Ustream stock.
Where's the proof that his boyfriend got queue bumped because of this? The info posts points to a guy who got his emoticons taken down because of possible copyright but that's not the same thing. The only thing that even mentions special treatment is the joke; after that it's all about the unfair bannings.
On Twitch you only get emotes once you get enough views to get a subscriber button, or if you are notable for some other reason. The person's boyfriend is in no way notable, and is not a big enough streamer to get subscriber button.
The idea that someone would genuinely enjoy The Super Mario Bros Movie is something that continues to baffle me after reading this article.
If the internet has taught me anything, it's that there is a group of people who genuinely enjoy anything. From The Super Mario Brothers Movie, to having their genitals stepped on.
Was it like...a Pickup truck? Or a real truck?
We need details here! Do your journalistic duty!
It was a dumptruck.
I'm kinda worried about what will happen to all non-Steam games out there.
If Greenlight proved one thing, it is that there's a lot of good or at least interesting games that can't make it on Steam.
Im sure SteamOS will still allow you to install 3rd party software, after all the bitching about Win8 that Gabe did, it would be humorous if they went and did the same thing with their OS.