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- The one book the guy on the left has read
/pol/ack on books
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Strutting her stuff
- No, it isn't.
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Fuck off, we're full
Nigga, marry one and you will see her naked and enjoy her body. Women are not meant to wander around in skimpy outfits so you can bet your meat while looking at them.
They also aren't meant to wander around in black drapes so that you can barely see there's a person underneath.
There is a middle ground, you know?
- At first look I thought the same, but it kinda makes sense …
- "I want games to be longer, ridiculously better looking a…
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"Lets just make the whole content and insert it on disc, but lets also lock that content so we can sell it as dlc. Yeah that will show them"
Nigga, I'm going to be real with you.....I don't hold impossible expectations. I think DLC is destroying my interest in games.
All I want is top tier fucking gameplay, jam packed with content. That's it. Nothing else.
I pretty much just want games to be like they where pre-PS3 and Xbox 360. I know it's fantasy land to wish for such a thing but boy do these companies know how to turn me off their products.
Said the corporate apologist, emulating a group of people that doesn't exist.
Take Grand Theft Auto for example man, it costs big bucks but makes big bucks, it sells that shit worldwide, back then you were lucky if you could get your game that took YEARS to make to sell it on more than one country, let's go back to grand theft auto, if you cut the game's price at launch to about 1/3, they would still make enough cash to buy a small country in the first week of launch.
But you gotta agree releasing paid alpha games is shit tier corporatism that should be banned and fought.
And the whole DLC ordeal is another steaming pile of goat piss, hurr durr here is a fucking 300 dollars game, but you gotta put in another 200 bucks to make is playable and you gotta put another 200 bucks for the game to last for more than 2 hours, oh and by the way, if you wanna play multiplayer, you gotta dish out another 10000 dollars so you can buy decent gear and stand a chance.
Hey, I'm happy to pay more. Providing I get a full and complete product.
Companies shouldn't be charging full price for barely functional multiplayer only games like Battlefront or Rainbow 6 siege. If I'm getting half a game I should be paying half the price.
I don't think you can really wrap your mind around how ridiculously hard it is to get a good multiplayer server going. I'm going to school for games now and our professors literally have to prep us for how petty this generation of gamers are. Each game is unique in how it's structured and coded, sometimes a finished product might be perfect, but sometimes you won't know just how broken it is until 10,000 people are trying to play online at once... Think about how powerful a computer has to be to support that... sometimes it's just too much.
Isn't that what the closed Alpha and Beta, and open Beta tests are for? To stress test the servers and find any bugs?
I chose siege and Battlefront as examples because the studios behind them are known for frequently releasing unfinished products and shitty business practices.
Well that's also because people buy them. And no matter how much you beta test with those games, nothing will compare to the launch week stress those game's servers are gonna take. They find a lot of bugs during that time, but you gotta realize fixing one bug might create 30 more 25 of which can go undetected, and there's just no way to know and find solutions until about 3~ months into a game's release. Just think about the ridiculous amount of 3d models, shaders, textures, those servers have to coordinate from thousands of other computers.. it's alot. it's alot to process, and we're always getting better but with more complex and gorgeous games, it gets increasingly harder to consolidate them to run smoothly.
No matter what people tell you, you are a strong, independent, and valuable person.
Don't let negativity get to you.
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