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Honestly I don't care who they support, there's absolutely no point in bringing the devs politics into anything. I don't care if the dev is a republican, a liberal, a leftist, a right wing, anything, as long as the game doesn't have those views being spouted from an NPC or something.Kajidourden said:unclemo said:It is a Trove thread, which is developed and published by Trion, whose CEO is Scott Hartsman, who promotes Leftist politics in addition to what many consider to be unethical business practices, all of which are subject to scrutiny by this community.DMKano said:unclemo said:
It's Trion tho' - Enough said.
Yup. Trion is permabanned for me along with EA.
I am surprised Mr. Hartsman isn't the first to reply. He must be busy spaming his advocacy for Leftism elsewhere this morning.
Name a single Californian based game studio where majority of the devs are not heavily leaning left.
Hartsman is pretty outspoken about his political views on his personal Twitter account - but again this has diddly squat to do with Trove, as Hartsman didn't write a single line of code for Trove.
This is a Trove thread, right?
Found the Trump supporter.
Can't talk about ANYthing without bringing politics into it.
Even when it has zero relation to anything.
Bye bye, Gazillion. It's glorious to finally see the F2P market crumble.
It's already a pretty big monopoly. I've lived in countless areas that require you to use Comcast as they pushed out any other competition from that area.Rhoklaw said:Well, if ISPs can prove the internet is in fact a utility and not simply a luxury, than it will pass through the courts and the internet will become another giant monopoly like all the other utilities.
"In MHW, the whole gameplay loop is adventure, hunter monsters, collect their parts, make your loot, repeat."
Something about this gives me a knot in my stomach. I'm killing a monster to make loot to kill a stronger monster to make stronger loot, ad infinitum.