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  • Chronciles of Elyria - Not Pay to Win

    I wont go into all of your post but will just say much of what you state as fact is HIGHLY subjective and therefore only opinions and not facts.  I would even say your first post is misleading.  Just take this sentence:
    simon155 said:

    As far as most of the community are concerned, Chronicles of Elyria is NOT pay to win.

    Do you claim to speak for all the community? That would indeed be misleading and only an opinion.

    Which community do you speak of?  I would assume you mean this one right here at mmorpg since this is the forum you're posting in and the community you're "speaking to".  Again very misleading if you mean something else.

    P2w.....this has been a highly debated subject in these forums here at mmorpg numerous times and the only consensus we have is that it is highly subjective and the community can't really agree on what constitutes p2w. 

    Do you claim to have single-handedly proven what p2w is and defined it in a way that everyone agrees with?

    Somehow I rather doubt it so again highly misleading on your part IMHO.

  • Mom Claims Teen is a 'Scapegoat' When Sued by Epic Games for Cheating - Fortnite - MMORPG.com

    While I am not saying his account shouldn't be banned for cheating, minor or not, it looks like Epic games made some fairly substantial blunders by releasing his name to the public if there are laws there against that.

    Dunno but so much hoopla for an aimbot, have to say ladeda here, which maybe end up with Epic being in "more" trouble than the person they are suing.

    Seems WoW aka Blizzard has had cheating problems for a long time but have they ever sued one of their customers, much less minors?

    Seems to me they have went after the people making these cheats which makes more sense and you have to ask if why not, I am thinking their lawyers told them to do it this way for a good reason.
  • Alright, Caspian, let's dance

    The person I responded to stated that he doubted Caspien ever made such statements so I provided them.  Don't ask questions to which you don't want answers.

    No, I said he most likely made the post in response to a small malicious minority, whose comments you conveniently choose to ignore. Clearly you think context is overrated.
    When this game first came to light, right here on these very forums, some of us showed interest in the game but had some question and a few reservations about it. 

    Instead of talking to us normally Caspian showed himself to be very sensitive about such questions and frankly came across like a snarky, angry kid and totally put some of us off even wanting to back this game even though we thought it had some very interesting ideas.

    In the end he is showing himself to be his own worse enemy, and trying to make it appear he is a poor victim of trolls and haters is a sad sad defense for his behavior both here and elsewhere.
  • Need help new computer crashing. MOBO returned thanks everyone.

    remove win10 instal win7
  • Ian Frazier Moves to Unannounced Project - DLC Death Knell? - Mass Effect: Andromeda - MMORPG.com

    Might have been a different story if Bioware hadn't let SWJ politics slip into the mix.
  • Call of Duty Swatting leads to death of a innocent man in Kansas

    Horusra said:
    klash2def said:
    SBFord said:

    I hope that the investigation leads to a conviction of the guy in LA and a thorough investigation of how the hell he was shot in the first place. There seems to be a disconnect between the mother's story and the police version.
    This always happens when the police kill someone. To justify the dead body. They said he was reaching for his waist..I find it hard to believe a confused man who did not own a weapon would be reaching for his waist in that situation. The truth is closer to the man being confused because the police were at his front door. Any of us would be confused. The policeman who shot him (even though he was tricked) didnt ask any questions, he shot the man because he was latino and the story fit the perp in his mind. This happens far too often for me to believe otherwise. That's a whole other bag to unpack.

    I do not believe one second the police version. The mother is telling the truth. Imagine the police show up at your door, would your first reaction be to grab a imaginary gun and open the door reaching for your waist? really? That's the story they came with. smh..
    Police. Are. Trigger. Happy. 

    But still..None of this happens without that idiotic kid

    Too bad body worn cameras have proved you false in most cases.  People should instead follow directions and not do stupid stuff.
    And police should not be allowed to fire unless they see a gun/weapon period. 

    When you choose to become an officer of the law you also accept the dangers that come with the job, if you wanna be a hero you should then be held to a higher standard that doesn't allow you to act like a zero.

    You don't see a gun then you don't shoot, it's pretty damn easy and simple.  For all we know the guy at the door was like wtf and reaching down to scratch his balls.

    The zero risk approach being used in the USA right now is to the detriment of the public they are suppose to protect and serve.

    The pranksters need to be tracked down and made an example of, they put officers of the law in potential danger and caused the death of an innocent man...dunno but manslaughter and a few other charges should be considered.
  • So, Where Are YOU on Net Neutrality?

    Scot said:
    The problem with "net neutrality" is it has become a label for doing what you like on the net. We do not have "neutrality" when it comes to phone calls, the post, anything else for that matter.

    The idea that a neutral zone could be established that went beyond our social bounds was a grand one. But it was a naïve one too. I am still in favour of one speed for everything, but not the idea that no censorship is required. I guess I grew up. :)
    I think you are confused about what the issue is here and what "net neutrality" really is.  Go look at that chart/picture posted earlier and realize the issue isn't about anonymity or breaking laws as you are implying here.

    The internet is a relatively new beast, it's a little like the wild wild west where huge rich ranch owners kinda made up laws in smaller areas until the west was tamed so to speak and the "laws these ranchers made" were put down and proper laws fair to all were made by the ones that are suppose to be making them in the first place.

    Right now some of the huge ISPs in the USA are wanting to make up their own laws as they go , like them ranchers did, when it shouldn't be up to them to make laws for these new areas of business.

  • Alleged Perpetrator of Call of Duty WWII 'Swatting' Death Indicted for Involuntary Manslaughter - M

    thunderC said:

    He has a smart ass look to his face, Hope he does some real time

    I seriously hope he makes some real friends while he's inside ......
  • noblechairs: ICON - A Classy Addition for Any Room in the House - MMORPG.com

    DMKano said:

    Raise your desk and ditch the chair.

    Your body will thank you. You can get a nice standing desk for less money than this chair

    Long gaming sessions will be great :D

    Use a standing chair! lol
  • Square gives the middle finger to paying veterans, again.

    I stopped playing this a good while ago but this is a good change IMO, the whole vanity reward thing for having subbed for X time was a stupid idea to begin with.....