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I went to a Catholic HS and my religion class in grade 11 was called just that, ApologeticsKyleran said:I love these threads, so aptly illustrate this concept.a·pol·o·get·icsəˌpäləˈjediks/noun
- reasoned arguments or writings in justification of something, typically a theory or religious doctrine."free market apologetics"
The fact that one guy talked to other people about it and they collectively decided to do it is even more disturbing to me than the more understandable single individual doing it quietly behind his spouse/children/parent's backOctagon7711 said:Reading interviews on people who spent tens of thousands of dollars on this game they were mostly middle class or upper middle class. One guy worked a second job for the money. Another had some extra bonus money to spend. Still another guy got together with his fellow employees who pooled their money to buy for their corp.DiscipledOne said:I don't get it, is this game only for the wealthy in real life? I mean hey if that's what their going for that's fine do your thing, but I haven't seen nearly enough to want to give them 60 for the game. I think i'm missing something.
Wow. This is the last thread where I expected to learn something new about what appears to be a great little turn-based strategy game. Haven't played it yet but I love everything I saw in a couple of hours of watching someone else play it.Erillion said:
I just finished the Battletech campaign storyline. This crowdfunded game is a TRIUMPH. Great game, interesting story, very much captures the essence of the Battletech board game and BT universe. It was clearly made by a very dedicated team of Battletech fans. Great replay value.
The clueless arrogance of one fanboi slinging insults at those who don't share his passion should be embarrassing indeed.
And by implication those bored by it are non-thinking gamers?Cendharia said:A thinking gamer's game.