I already added a DVR security system, so hopefully the new things won't get burgled!
I suggest a dictionary.
Or perhaps you should get one? http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/burgle
Sure it does, company produces crippled platform, protest by not buying it. Perfectly valid reason.
Keep drinking the Kool-Aid my friend...
As usual on slashdot you're only thinking of your own usage. My wife and kids have a Wii and a few games, all of which have only ever been played in our house. It makes no difference whether the games are tied by DRM or fucking voodoo to our machine, we're not going to sell them on anyway, except possibly if we sell the whole thing, console and all (not that anyone would buy it, I suppose).
So what you are saying is you are a pot and that kettle is black. You are not the target demographic here. You have a now previous generation system and have a "few" games for that system. They need to and should want to please the gamers that are avid consumers. That go out and monthly if not weekly buy games.
IN other news, man whop plays something gets used to it with time, finds it less enjoyable then when he first playing, news a 11..then 11:30, and once again at 6
That 6:00 report will be bland and watered down when compared with the 11:00 report.
The basic premise for all Zynga games is something like this: * Game is free to play * Game lets you click on something (to buy, attack, build, whatever) once every N minutes of hours. * After a number of days of clicking, you win some new item * You can bypass the whole thing by simply coffing up some cash in the ingame shop.
For the most part this is correct. However, you can also buy enhanced versions of items. For example in Farmville you can by a red tractor that plows a 3X3 square and uses 1/4 can of fuel for 100,000 gold coins. (Gold coins are the ingame money, earned by selling crops, harvesting animals, etc.) But for 25 green coins (currency only obtained through cash transactions) you can get a golden tractor that plows 4X4 square and uses 1/8 can of fuel.