It's a product of 40 years after its creation and 20 years after the first films? Impressive.
That won't work because just by buying it you accepted it was a rental. No-one bought without the knowledge that it was server dependant and therefore that the servers (and thus the game) would be switch off as soon as it became unprofitable.
Or 2 seconds after the release of Sim City 6.
Yep, I saw the original story saying that, I stopped reading about the game. I mess about with their iOS Simpsons game and I get connection failures way too often to deal with a game that will only let me play when I can see their failservers.
Worse of course, this is EA, they retire online services for games as soon as a year after it comes out. In this case, that means "retiring" the entire game.
Because census results are aggregated and by putting ANY region you're increasing government funding for pro-religion programs.
You might think it's a joke but you're basically voting for your taxes to be used for brainwashing kids.
Cutting my hair does not impede my primary means of locomotion.
If they're too big for the average house, don't KEEP them in an average house.
And how is it being temporary any better, that just means you're doing it more often.
You can report his site as it's google hosted on the grounds of cruelty to animals.
And quite apart from that he ported an old game to a new platform.
I.e - not only are there not many people who own the platform, the vast majority are switching from the other popular platforms where, if they wanted your game, they could ALREADY have bought it.
So if they're blocking it might be pure DNS since I use OpenDNS.
"The point is, Obama does not have a strong mandate and would do well to incorporate some of the moderate and conservative fiscal ideas into his policies going forward."
Well he has of course, by the standards of virtually the entire rest of the world, Obama is, at the absolute best, centre right. He's more right wing than virtually every world leader.
That's the one
VW/Audi/Porsche/Skoda/SEAT/Lamborgini/Bugatti you mean.
And frankly I think I'm forgetting at least one.
The french law is interesting because it technically demands 2 breathalysers.
Because if you ever actually use it to check yourself then you just used it and can't drive because while you are legal, your car of course is now not.
Oh that's what it is, I thought it was a service that delivered you a popular 80s console by 9am...
It's very dangerous to rebrand because of how much you lose vs how much you gain. IBM makes bugger all money from "International Business Machines" these days but they wouldn't want to lose a brand everyone knows. Same for "Carphone Warehouse" in the UK, they don't want to lose the recognition despite the fact no-one has called a cell/mobile phone a car phone in 2 decades.
And Microsoft's stuff certainly isn't small. (*sidesteps hook*)
So despite the lack of "Radio" as their main business, they should REALLY look and see if the number of people who say "I don't need a radio I won't go there" might be outnumbered by the people who will end up saying "What the f is "The Shack"?". It sounds like somewhere you'd buy a very dodgy Hawaiian style shirt.