Wik_Wanderlust's forum posts
- Member Since: October 8, 2007
- Posts: 114
res123123 Believe me when I tell you I'm with you. As long as these ludicrous restrictions are in place on next-gen consoles, Microsoft or Sony won't see one red cent from me. I don't care what games you throw out there, my dignity is worth more.
The overwhelming majority comments I read here have the common sense to know this would be a terrible thing, but the fact that anyone at all could defend this is mind-blowing. I'm not exactly an RMS-style free software advocate, but locking the games to a single account in an attempt to capture a piece of a market they have no right to just seems unnecessarily dickish. I would hope for a mammoth backlash against these types of restrictions, but I don't have my hopes too high. I'm personally content to hunker down with this generation, and the ones before it.
Maybe it's just because I'm too paranoid. But I don't like the idea of paying any money for something I'm not going to hold in my hand. That's why I'm not a fan of OnLive or any similar service. Besides, I agree with angelGP32; You can find these games much cheaper. (I perfer Amazon, but that's just me, I like to take the human element out of it.
As someone who owns and enjoys an Xbox 360, I have to honestly say that this sounds totally lame.
theone86: EA did take a crack at a wrestling game, actually two. They did WCW Mayhem and WCW: Backstage Assault. They both sucked IMO.