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I wish they were running the same deal on PSN Cards.
Compost strikes again! Oh well, I'm not surprised, they've always been greedy and this isn't the first time that they've done this. Sadly, Fios isn't available in my area, so it's Compost or Verizon's garbo DSL which is unacceptably slow, spotty, and frankly not worth the price. Guess we're going back to Physical Copies of games in the near future because file sizes for games are so freakishly huge anymore.
Hopefully it's either a brand new Pokemon game or at least another remake, (Let's GO, Lugia/Ho-oh) and not just a Pokemon GO event.
I thought this was going to have to do with Netflix's ever-increasing repetoire of objectionable content like "Cuties" and the like. That being said, I honestly can't believe the kind of stuff companies can legally get away with using a simple contract. Seriously, up until now, I would have never thought it possible that all it took to legally swindle someone out of earning money for their performances was their signature on paper. There should honestly be more restrictions on the sorts of things that contracts can allow because this is completely absurd.
I was actually looking forward to this game until I read about this, now I'm not even sure I'm going to even bother watching a stream of someone else playing the game because it's just going to take me right out of the game, especially if it's going to be really heavy-handed, showering an organization with praise, painting them out as heroes of social justice and champions of civil rights while in real life they're rioting, looting, and burning cities to the ground as they use the hypocritical excuse of outrage over police brutality being the cause for their blatantly criminal behavior.
Oh well, at least it will be funny once BLM is rightfully designated as a terrorist organization to see a game in which a Super Hero whose father was a Police Officer is rubbing shoulders with a stand-in for a terrorist organization who is hostile towards cops. Not to mention how fast Virtue Signaling articles like this get criticized, a pity that GameSpot won't learn anything from it but to disable comments on their next obtuse attempt at Virtue Signaling.
@P00DGE: Nah, that sort of impulsive behavior is more characteristic of the sort who gets all worked up over something trivial to the point that they demand that it be changed. Honestly, I know that anyone who disagrees with progressive extremism is automatically labeled as a fascist, but logically speaking, all that they ever actually do is express that they disagree, nothing more. No really, think about it, have you ever seen someone in the comments section here on GameSpot attempt to drum up some movement to prevent something from being changed or otherwise changed back after the fact? No, they just say that they disagree in so many words and move on. Because that's just it, they aren't outraged by it like the oh-so-saintly progressives, demanding that everything they find objectionable be altered for the good of all society, they just disagree.
So yeah, I'm sorry, but your comment couldn't possibly be further from the truth. The vast majority of folks who complain about game developers pandering to progressives aren't in fact hateful, intolerant, or prejudiced, they're typically just people who managed to make it through life without being emotionally devastated by the fact that the world is an imperfect place, and that there are far more important issues faced by mankind that ought to be addressed before we start worrying about the possibility that someone might get their feelings hurt by historically accurate portrayals of characters in video games.
SWATing seriously needs to be cracked down on HARD. Seriously, folks who are found guilty of SWATing need to appropriately have a SWAT Team show up at their house, toss a flashbang through their window, have their front door breached, get handcuffed, thown into the van, and taken directly to jail. From there, they should be charged with attempted murder and sentenced accordingly.
@naryanrobinson: Getting revenge on Ubisoft for mistreating employees by scarring said employees out of their wits by SWATing the office said employees work in. Yep, that sounds like the sort of senseless, contradictory, backwards plan that stupid kids would come up with these days.
However, supposedly the call came from inside of the building, so that most likely isn't it.
I'm sure that we will shortly receive the explanation that it was triggering people with Ailurophobia and therefore had to be removed immediately.
Translation: "If you want to look like a lame hipster and give yourself lung cancer in the process, then that's fine, but please, don't drag our console down with you."
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