It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!
Upgrading the graphics of the game is certainly welcome as it definitely needed it, but without significant changes to the game itself which at least go some way towards addressing the concerns raised by the players, its pretty much meaningless, along the lines of lipstick on a pig kind of thing.Kyleran said:"It's dead Jim..."
Well at least to me, I learned my lesson during it's first iteration, and I didn't see anything in the announcement to indicate there were any changes to their onerous monitization models.
Using that analogy then anyone who tries to tell you about the game they just played, its pros and con's etc is just wasting your time because 'you' didn't experience it yourself. All youtube video's are obviously faked up and don't represent actual gameplay at all. Seeing is not believing after allTorval said:Also funny coming from someone who "plays" the game via YouTube. Go ahead and give us your first hand insight.MadFrenchie said:No, you absolutely shouldn't..Torval said:Those who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.Wraithone said:We will have to see what the Blog post brings. If its anything like we've seen so far, I doubt things will turn out well. They need to go back to the old perk system (drops, strikes, raid and PvP), They need to ditch the anti grind nonsense that has infected the game, and they need to be more open with the player base. Absent that...
BDO is probably the best looking MMO currently out there, if you have a decent enough PC that is, its likely also the most demanding MMO in terms of system resources. But yes, it really does look that good.Gorwe said:Do characters really look like that?
Sadly, there are. While games might have age ratings on them, parents seem to 'ignore' them for the most part or treat them as being 'rough guidelines' that only really apply to 'other people' anyone who thinks children don't play these games should just listen to the multiplayer chat of BF or COD etc. Even CS:GO casual games are full of children and by children i mean under 15's.Horusra said:Fact is millions of children play these games. Fact is the business models for many of these games are predatory.Your goddamn right we need to think about the children.Did I say that you needed an assault rifle to defend yourself?What I meant, is that there are reasons for the high rate of violence. Try to figure out what the causes are and make the changes to help improve the situation.Phry said:What people need to do is accept that gun controls don't work, in so called 'gun free zones' you are more likely to be killed by someone using a gun than in those places where there aren't restrictions, this is a fact, gun controls don't affect criminals it only affects those who abide by the law and it takes away peoples ability to defend themselves. And as for the comment about figuring out why people want to kill each other and making a change based on that, well, since most people of colour are shot dead by other people of colour, are you suggesting that people of colour should not be allowed to own guns? but of course, ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer.What you guys need to do, is figure out why you all want to kill each other and then make the change.
In Canada we like our guns too.
Guns don't kill, people do.
I'll pile onto you post here and say that there are differences between Canada and the US. One of these differences is guns like assault rifles. I still haven't heard a great explanation from people in favor of these things. Generally speaking people are correct, people do kill people, but with certain types of weapons, the government helps people be waaaaaay too efficient at doing that. Please! Tell me how you need an assault rifle to defend yourself. I didn't know that the US was in civil war... yet.
No, so why are they needed? So let's get rid of those. Anything semi-automatic or full-auto should be outlawed and the price for violation is death. So the cost is severe enough to outweigh the benefit of even criminals possessing it. I mean we need to think about the children, right?
So the sentence for an assault rifle = death
And the sentence for pedophilia = ?
I had a conversation with my 19 year old son this morning about loot boxes and Battlefront 2. The first thing that came out of his mouth was the gambling and all the kids that play these games.
When they make laws where the death penalty is enforced for both assault rifle possession and also pedophilia, then I'll support regulating loot boxes. Right now, though, it's a waste of resources. I know zero children with credit cards, so the problem is limited based on their access to funds to actually have that problem manifest itself.
Can the industry reliably restrict minors from these predatory business practices?
If the answer is no, say hello to government regulation.
Fact is I don't think you know what fact means. Unless fact means subjective, which I don't think it does. I do have a problem with BF2, but it's with the progression. This game is viewed as predatory because of ridiculous times for completionists, leaving them with an option to buy their way to complete instead of spending 4000 hours on a game. It's possible that this might be the first time I've heard someone complain about a game taking too long. maybe you aren't meant to own everything. Maybe this will be therapeutic for those who feel they need to collect everything in a game.
So are you saying that millions of kids don't play video games? Are you saying that the loot box monitization model isn't predatory?
64 million children play video games in the U.S. alone
Maybe it's you that doesn't know what a fact is.
Are millions of kids playing games that are rated Mature? Just calling something "predatory" does not cut it. Government regulation is not what is needed. Information about products, parents that give a crap, and safe guards in games that keep kids from spending mommy and daddy's cash with out permission are needed.