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FlyByKnight said:Not my opinion but fact. Before 2009 the National Anthem wasn't an issue. Teams were in the locker room during this time. The Defense Department and National Guard paid the NFL to have players stand on the field. Since fact doesn't exist anymore don't bother looking it up.
As much as I love to see isolated white people bring up the anthem and flag, when just the other day they were defending the confederate flag... please keep in mind law enforcement have been executing unarmed people with impunity. Now they're executed mentally disturbed people as well.
I think that's a little more important than some trucker hats idea of patriotism.
This is why we all need to shut the fuck up in regard to politics and focus on video games. I didn't want to have to type this.
Not to mention Epic Games gives out hundreds of thousands of dollars in developer grants, allows free use of the Unreal Engine, maintains and provides course work for people interested in game development and supports academic projects around the world.maskedweasel said:Considering that this game is a lot better than most early access games on steam its more of a non-issue here. While the "secret" 250 dollar pack is really ridiculous, the buy in for fortnite is relatively inexpensive considering that the game is pretty much a full featured game now, whereas most early access games on steam are barely passable as games at all.SEANMCAD said:what blows my mind is that I am nearly positive the same people loosing their shit over the 'opportunity' to buy Fortnite 'before its released' are likely the very same people who criticize Steam Early Access games and if a game that didnt get the 'hyper hype hype' seal of approval was on Steam EAG that was to be free to play but charged they would have likely called fucking congressRusque said:Yeah, the whole thing has gotten nuts.SEANMCAD said:I am 99.99999999% positive the reason it has the 'early access' tag is so that they can charge you for a free to play game, and charge you more than average.
Funny how people complain about Steam Early Access and yet the vast majority of the time the game costs LESS in early access then it does after.
$60 for a new game + $15 for DLC!!! OMG what a rip off!
$250 for a founder's pack for a F2P game? OMG What an amazing deal, look at all these in-game perks I get!"
Or better yet:
$5,000 to support this game on kickstarter? That's so awesome, they'll even let me name an NPC! Can't wait for 5 years to go by!
The further away a game is from completion, the more it's worth lol.
It's all about the companies putting out the games, little indie companies are terrible at delivering, they stay in early access forever.
But when Larian Studio put out Divinity Original Sin 2, they already had much of the first act playable, and since they actually produced something of note before, I knew it was a smart buy.
It's the same with Epic. They are a developer that shows results.