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Kefo said:I’m starting to think you’re just picking random sentences from the CIG Defense handbook and cobbling them together because you’re not making a lot of sense in your reply to meMaxBacon said:Oh lol, every piece of controversy and drama about SC gets high views, not the opposite, just see the media outlets always with negative press on SC always trending.Kefo said:No because the CIG knights will try to crucify you to your channel and probably stop watching right after and you’d lose revenue.
However if you take CIG’s side and your video is all about how the judge fucked up or how Cryteks lawyers are just reaching for anything then you will have an already rabid fan base watching your videos which will lead to revenue plus you will more then likely have said rabid fan base throwing money at you because they love that you are siding with CIG.
So yes money totally plays into the equation and sets the bias.
I'm not picking a side and saying "oh his opinion is the right opinion", I'm just seeing the informed views we have around on the matter. And the fact is, most of the views given on this whole lawsuit from informed people, do overall favor CIG and not Crytek in multiple points... Even the article you linked before of not being biased that also reviewed the case, but now they're biased?! hmmm!
Yep the doors wouldn't open, players could stand in door ways and block people. It was a mess, yet was fixed relatively fast. Because they had publishers pushing them to fix it.Eldurian said:Yeah, going back to the SWTOR analogy all you could see in local on the day of release was people griping about the bugs. I remember when I first tried LOTRO in beta it lagged so bad that I concluded it was crap, tried it again a year later and it became probably my favorite theme park title.
When people gripe about buggy alphas and betas and even buggy releases it makes me wonder what game they've ever played that would meet their standards at that stage of development. When we are talking major unaddressed issues multiple years after release like Mortal Online or something then they might have a point.
SC has it's bugs like any title but it's far from a title like Pathfinder Online that was subpar even for an alpha.
I have one warning on me for last statement I made about NN. How can you allow this topic to go on and allow only one side? There is no way to show what he said is wrong other than getting political.YashaX said:TheScavenger said:
But as I said above, equally as bad as ISPs controlling things, is the government having control of the internet. As seen by Europe and Venezuela.
1) Net Neutrality doesn't mean the government controls the internet; it helps keep the internet free from the meddling of govt or companies.
2) Europe and Venezuela are nothing alike. I can only assume that you have been listening to too much Fox and Friends or similar propaganda.