I've seen a lot of comments online about microtransactions. They're a dirty word lately, it seems. Gamers are upset that publishers/developers are "nickel and diming them." They're raging at "big and evil corporations who are clueless and trying to steal their money." I'm going to come right out and say it. I'm tired of EA being seen as "the bad guy." I think it's bulls*** that EA has the 'scumbag EA' memes on Reddit and that Good Guy Valve can Do No Wrong.
Cliff says it's okay to not buy DLC from companies you think are trying to screw you over, but I guess you're not allowed talk about it? And also while you're at it, please don't talk about companies you like either. It's just bad form, I suppose.
So since, as a game developer, he isn't happy with the current model: "more talking" and "less spending money", but he isn't advocating "more talking" and also "more spending money." Instead, what he wants is "less talking" and "less spending money."
Because of this, I can only assume that the "more talking" is the part impacting the business in a meaningful way.
Yeah, the writing is terrible, but you should also see the decline in art and music skills!
Most of the techies in my class can't even pick a decent blog theme, never mind compose one from scratch. They have zero sense for color matching and use of white space.
And musically, they're a bunch of absolute no-hopers. The
Maverick: Sorry, Goose, but it's time to buzz a tower.
Although I am pretty sure none of those bastards will be raptured.
This was such an enlightening post.
Killing a hostile foreign national refugee who has been a declared military target for the past 10 years, who is in hiding in a cooperative country is the same thing as boarding multiple civilian planes and crashing them into civilian structures.
And as far as precedent setting goes, not so much. I was also in complete approval, for example, of Golda Meir sending the Mossad to wax all the members of Black September wherever they were in the world after the killing of 11 Israeli athletes during the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich.