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they are spot on as usual.d_20 said:Here's a discussion by Laymen Gaming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IZYm1c9Jh4
What do you think about this?
Remember when games told stories, now its just games as a service. dagnabbit!SBFord said:
My spider sense is telling me he's jumping ship before Anthem turns into a public dumpster fire. Wasn't there a lot of people jumping ship like a year into Andromeda's development? This should raise some flags, just saying.
Interesting thought, though not without merit. As I was writing it up, I was pondering that Ohlen was truly one of the last "old guard" BioWare devs. *sighs* Ah the good old days.
Young whippersnappers don't know NUTHIN' about real RPGs. *sniffs imperiously* Dang kids these days.
By youtuber do you mean a prominent member of the Guild Wars2 community? somehow i think you have a very misleading impression of who Deroir is, and yes i probably spelled that wrong, but even a cursory view of the facts should highlight the fact that it was not he who caused the sacking of Jessica Price etc. Instead he was just the victim of the moment for Jessica Prices toxic behaviour, she earned her sacking fair and square and Mike Obrian has explained in fairly easy to understand terms exactly why she was sacked, that certain elements of the gaming media have chosen to rewrite history to put Jessica Price in the role of the victim is frankly hillarious.Jean-Luc_Picard said:I've read several articles about this... gotta love when youtube nobodies try to tell developers how to do their jobs with obvious statements and then think they are very smart.Price shouldn't have answered to that idiot at all, but the guy is a little prick.Now he can be happy, he made two people lose their jobs while he keeps on doing his crappy youtube stuff and thinks he's a kind of star.
Competition with WoW at this late a date? is kind of hillarious in itself, but paying out $500 up front, the equivalent of at least 5 years worth of paid subscriptions in pretty much any P2P MMO out there, for a game that isn't even finished, might never finish, and even if it does you might not even like in its finished state, represents a huge gamble. I really don't understand how you can be so against games that try to protect their own code, and yet you are so willing to gamble significant amounts of money on unfinished games, and games in an unclear state at that.Renoaku said:Same I know the feeling with Albion for example its one of the worst games I have ever backed, although I really doubt that Ashes OF Creation is going to be anywhere like that game, although you don't have to back anything and can just play the game when it releases if you like.
Although if you are interested in backing I would at least back the $500 pack so you can get a life time subscription.
It's about time that World OF Warcraft got some competition with really being the only U.S MMO game out there or western game that I am aware of with active subscription numbers.
http://imgur.com/a/ZPN82 Just showing I actually backed this game because I have some faith in this game given its more open about development and compared to previous projects I backed seems promising.
It was the Russians, its always the RussiansScot said:"Since then, mobs have tried to employ similar tactics against more women, and game development studios"
I could not see any other examples of that happing in the article, perhaps I missed them?