That's what I was thinking, maybe they were all asleep, or having an all-weekend orgy on the holodeck.
"I've already told you to shut up with my mouth"
Dota 3 is coming in 2017, then we get HL3, as far as I can tell. It's will be a 5 minute long mobile flash game where you have to collect jewels.
Brilliant observation! Also, the original DoD is a great game, worth picking up if you don't mind your details being published to the internet.
If ever, this article is the case for your comment. Dishwasha, what the living fuck are you doing with your life. Answer that and then maybe, just maybe, coherent answers will abound.
Sarah Connor? *ding ding-aling* Come with me if you want a backy.
There are only 1500 pairs, and they're all going to be auctioned on ebay, for charity.
Check your email while that paypal thing is going round and round and round and round, just like a game console loading icon.
In mine and my friends cases, the purchase had already happened. You can close that popup screen.
What a bunch of d**gh** those censorship k*o***as** are.
Goddamn really a really a word for censorship? Jesus fuckin christ.
Jehovah Jehovah Jehovah, also I bet someone at "fanfare" has short back and sides. Stone the cunt to death.
...from Jimmy Whales. har har har, hilarious I know.
Currently petitioning for a preview button on slashdot that doesn't take 20 seconds to confirm 50 characters of text.
What started as the Team Fortress 2 nonsense store which allowed the purchasing of hats in a first person shooter(!), has progressed to a total overhaul of how Valve sell their products. Portal 2 is now fast becoming the flagship example, with, wiat for it, hats available for purchase, along with little flags and such. DLC (I feel a bit sick every time I say or type that) is the devil that you cant' avoid. If Activision put a human shit in a box and sold it as Call of Duty (or Modern Warfare, whichever they own) material DLC, for let's say £5 / $9, it's guaranteed they would make a profit. Call of Duty: Human Chemical Warfare in a Box.
Pretty much every game you buy now has this so called downloadable content, right from the game's release. There's no relevant analogy here, even the most coherent slashdot analogy wouldn't be able to ascribe to the bizarre concept of selling an entertainment product with parts loped off and sold along side it.
A great example is the add-on content to Railworks 2. A £25 game with £800(sic) of DLC. Have a look if you don't believe me. http://store.steampowered.com/app/24010/
Bottom line, there's a huge amount of money to be made on the DLC market and any game company would be stupid not to dip into that pool. And it's a damned shame.
Are you drunk or are you an alien who doesn't understand the concept of a turn of phrase?
I must have missed something, could you elaborate?
You'd be surprised how close to the mark you are. A couple of services have been proposed (rather lame link here http://www.tgdaily.com/sustainability-features/52886-team-touts-underground-physical-internet) that would deliver goods to UK homes with a series of tubes (I kid you not).
I would assume that maybe groceries could be delivered to you in less than the time it takes for the preview button to work here.
Has anyone said "space dust" yet? There's a joke in that somewhere.