Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Friday, April 20, 2012
This is due to Error 3003 which PROBABLY has something to do with the amount of people connecting to Diablo 3 servers because...well...it's free.
So let's just forget that it's free and that the players complaining about the service of something free are being ungrateful...
Thinking about Error 3003 or connection issues on Diablo 3 free beta weekend?
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No, Blizzard is having none of that SWTOR forum troll nonsense in their house.
Sunday, April 1, 2012
Seems that even Blizzard is jumping in with subliminal torches of anger against Bioware.
Recently with the Supply Depot 2 Starcraft mobile game (Won't spoil it :)), Blizzard posted this:
The "color-coded endings" bit appears to be a stab at the highly controversial endings Bioware included at the end of Mass Effect 3 which were well....nothing more than different colors
Look at this video:
And the "DLC ending" part appears to be an allusion to people expecting Bioware to released DLC with a new more "appropriate" ending.
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Oh that's right.
Because every MMO you seem play there is someone that has to bring up something about Blizzard.
And for me, it's gotten pretty damn old. Every. SINGLE. MMO I have played, it is only a matter of seconds after joining a server when you start seeing people rant and rave about either how this game you are playing will kill WoW and Blizzard or why this game you are playing is so much different and better than WoW.
I used to like WoW (in Vanilla) myself. Even when I came from Lineage 2, where they were trash talking WoW while it was in development, I thought it was one of the best games I had ever played and it became my home for many years.
And I even understand the impact that WoW had on the MMORPG genre as a whole.
But what I don't understand is why people have to bring up WoW constantly.
You could talk about anything! Anything!
And there would be someone comparing it to WoW, usually in a pessimistic way.
I feel it stems from players who don't really hate WoW but more likely had really bad experiences in WoW. Things like not being able to progress or just not being good at the game at all. I mean, even I hated WoW for some reasons such as Blizzard seemingly abuse of "paid services" and constantly changing the game to the point it wasn't even the same game anymore etc.
These things made me dislike WoW. When I played another MMO, the last thing I want to talk about or hear about was WoW. And it appears there are plenty of gamers that feel the same way. Except they can't stop talking about it or bashing it everytime they join a new game.
Doesn't make me think they have real legit reasons for disliking it by spamming chat with how bad it is. I mean it's at the point where it's no longer about WoW, it's about Blizzard and anything they do. It's as if they think Blizzard is the ONLY company that practices in the way they do. As if their favorite game company wouldn't take a chance to get some extra money out of their fanbase. Some won't, but most do.
Because if you really hate WoW, the worse thing you can do is keep talking about all the time. And if you are going to bash it constantly, at least make it more than "WOW FAILS!" "BLIZZARD FAILS"...
...it's not 2010 anymore.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Probably the worst phrase I've ever seen become"cool" to say on gaming forums. What makes it worse for me is that, the phrase seems to be used usually against people who have disagreements about ideas, features or what not of the said game.
I started to notice the phrase usage on the SWTOR forum. Usually, people would complain and then you would have a few responding with "Entitled Generation" to quell the upset...However, fact is they didn't realise that if they EVER complained about anything, (and most people have) they also have felt "entitled" at that point in time.
I feel some gamers act as if though video games are free and "I" owe the company my devoted love and affection to them no matter what they do.
If anything, they owe me more than a game I can beat in one day.
Why is that? Because...
Developers and publishers(big companies) get rich off of their fans and they RARELY, if ever, give anything back to their devoted fans.
Only time they consider giving is at the time they need you and your friends to buy their products.
And no, DLC and MTs are not "giving" back.
Monday, February 13, 2012
Because she sure doesn't look like Ashley from Mass Effect 1 and 2...
Mass Effect 1
Mass Effect 2
Mass Effect 3...
Nice nose job and facial restructuring surgery there!
And apparently, new eyes!