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Yeah, this is Blizzards fault.Kumapon said:I wish Bliz would stop being jerks and just host a couple of classic/progression style servers. I am always tempted to play on an private server but so many drama loving idiots ruin it. Plus the inevitable shut down.
Albatroes said:I remember a time when most people were actually excited about an actual release of a game and not excited over paying to test a game for a company, but I guess everything changes overtime. Founder's packs, pre-orders with alpha/beta access, early access being considered alpha/not being considered alpha, companies releasing paid dlc/even having cash shops while in Early access lol. I'm pretty sure most older games dont miss the old game content as much as they miss the gaming integrity that companies used to have. Every developer feels they should break away from a major company and make the game "they and the fans always wanted" while most of them end up being cash grabs/failures. Change isn't always bad, but it definitely isn't always good.
Good irrelevant point. Thanks for inserting something useless and pedantic that furthered the discussion in no way. And you still didn't answer the question.Cygi said:Torval said:Cygi said:Borderlands 2 isn't a Steam exclusive too.Torval said:The Division isn't a Steam exclusive and many more people play on other platforms.
How many people play multiplayer or the game period off of Steam? That's the difference. Go ahead and explain that one away. Do people even buy them on the other PC platforms?
You didn't post "The Division isn't a Steam exclusive and many more people play multiplayer on other platforms.", so what's up with the questions?
I just pointed out that both The Division and Borderlands 2 aren't Steam exclusives.
I wasn't wrong.