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@JamesHetfield89: heh, suuuuure. Because using layoffs to apparently approve your bottom line for any and all situations is, CLEARLY, the smart way to run a business.

Oh wait, that's actually the easy and lazy way to do things in business. There's nothing remotely intelligent about it. 😄

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@just_visiting: huh, maybe if it had gotten some advertising like Starfield got but didn't deserve in any way, that might have helped it become more well known. The excuse of a product not having mass appeal is rubbish BTW. There are so many factors that actually go into whether something becomes successful or not it's ridiculous. Many of them are as superficial as advertising. Or good timing. Or blah blah blah.

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@just_visiting: according to Microsoft themselves, the game sold well. Your argument is moot.

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@pillarrocks: the difference is, Saints Row is god awful in every way. Volition killed itself off.

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As if these people that get paid way too much money have absolutely any idea what they're really doing. I'm sure they believe they do. Too bad they're wrong. For example, you don't HAVE to have growth year in, year out. That is logically nonsensical. If you are making the same amount of ridiculous net profit every year, nobody is going to complain. Especially the "shareholders", which is, of course, the go to copout scapegoat for every potentially negative looking decision a company makes. The shareholders are NOT going to complain about your highly lucrative business. That's a complete lie. YOU want growth so you can give yourself a higher bonus next year, because apparently you don't have enough millions already, and the only idea you can come up with, is layoffs. Which, for the record, have minimal impact on genuine profit, every single time. It's pure, simple laziness. It's not even greedy. It's just lazy.

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@plurmp: LMAO. Obviously you are clearly not aware on how petitions DON'T really work for shit. Especially when it comes to more ludicrous whining about such minor, inconsequential things that are, simply put, the worst example of first world issues. Because they're so asinine. But you believe whatever nonsense you want.

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Tunic is, without a doubt, one of the single finest action adventures ever made, and probably the best Zelda clone by a mile. That one is well worth grabbing.

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Anything that is not the Alien Anthology box set level, does not deserve to be called impressive when it comes to special features, thanks.

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Yeah it'll be like 20 bucks two or three months after release. I might be interested in it then. Though realistically I'm just hoping this means you can merely watch it on a streaming service finally, Tubi or whatever. Probably Amazon Prime Video in 4K though, just a hunch. It's interesting for being a low budget anime adaptation featuring Mark Hamill, but it's definitely not mind blowing stuff by any means.