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  • The PC Version of The Division 2 Will be Bypassing Steam - MMORPG.com

    Why is this site shilling so hard for Epic? How much are they paying you for this shameless hype? Why isn't it clearly marked as sponsored content?

    berlight said:
    I never knew there was steam fanbois. New 2019 trent
    It's not about being a Steam fanboi. It's about not wanting to be inconvenienced.

    So it's ok for you to say it's not about being "Steam fanboi" and surely not being paid by Steam but this site has to be shilling if they report regular news?

    Since Epic has a new service and launcher then no one should report on it?

    I'm going with you and everyone who likes Steam are being paid by Valve.

    Yup, totally it, couldn't possibly be anything else. Totally paid. Totally.

    Personally love Steam so I'm being paid too.

  • Lord of the Rings Online Limited Time Legacy Bundle Gives You Boatloads of Content for $199

    exile01 said:

    This game launched with a 200 Dollar lifetime pack- and it failed miserably- hence it went f2p wich managed somehow to float into the abyss till the release of a classic server-wich was the reason the game failed in the first place. Its now there where it started- the circle of a retarded gameconcept.

    Or you can just make things up.

    Dungeons and Dragons online launched with Free to Play and it outdid all of Turbine's expectations so they decided to apply the same monetization to Lord of the Rings Online.
  • Linda 'Brasse' Carlson Now Working with Visionary Realms on Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen

    When your job is to bullshit in public to your customers, and you get debunked twice (fault of your own or not) it doesn't matter if you were doing your job. It's a stock drop. That's why doing anything public relations related has to have integrity checks because yours is on the line too.  Especially when it's recognizable. That's part of the game.

    It doesn't matter if they're great people, raise their kids right, cook pies, cosplay, and go to church every Sunday.

    If you are hired by a company to liaise between the company and the customers then you still work for the company and you are told what to do.

    This is a "gamer thing" because gamers think it's all a club and everyone is "doing it for the gaming" and then they get surprised when companies act like companies.

    I guarantee that all companies that have community managers are going to have people who are going to do what the company wants them to.

    These Community Managers aren't going to rush to the forums and say "run while you can!"

    Because that will NOT get you a job in any future companies as a community manager/public relations person.

    It's not her fault that she worked for companies that people didn't like and that made bad decisions.
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  • Diablo Immortal BlizzCon Interview & Preview

    lisarob said:
    MMORPG sold out to Blizzard report the real news
    Here you go ...

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  • RUMOR: Blizzard Pulled Diablo 4 BlizzCon Tease at the Last Minute - MMORPG.com News

    Blackboa said:
    They should have said something. Maybe people wouldn't of been that mad with them that it was only a mobile game announcement.
    Part of the problem is with certain players.

    example: They make the announcement. However, after much development and testing they decide they want to go another way. Except, at this point, several years have passed. The players then rush to the forums that "it's too little too late" and "they had their chance" and "Doesn't matter, I'm over it and moving on to other games" and all sorts of player drama.

    Game companies should only ever announce things when they are ready.