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@Fia1: I think people are smart enough to see that in reality his antics is a way to increase his Instagram following and attract more people to his band through a "scandal" related to a huge franchise. I've never heard of him or his band until this article.

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@maitkarro: Definitely not act like a raging child on social network. I get approached by people offering business deals some of which I really don't like. I might tell them to **** off in private but would never take it out to the public. That would be simply unprofessional. I don't want my potential partners and customers (as is his case, being a commercial musician) to think "wow this guy/business entity is an unstable cockface, we'd rather never approach them with our shit, or they'll have another social network breakdown".

Screw business - his reaction is laughable on pure "grown-ass man" level. Think of this as breaking-up couples who throw conundrums in public places - it's rude and pathetic.

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Wow, way to alienate your audience and potential partners by being an unprofessional raging idiot.

EDIT: on the other hand it's a great way to promote his band. Being referenced in articles related to Star Wars and moreover being involved in a scandal (this is a semi PR scandal) in connection with Star Wars is fantastic for publicity. There is no bad publicity, and I'll be honest I've never even heard of this guy or his band before.

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Interesting how much hate there is for George Lucas, considering that this guy created Star Wars in the first place. And that was not an easy task in the back-ass-wards stagnant Hollywood of the late 1970's. No matter how much people feel upset about Prequel CGI and bad writing, it doesn't stop anyone from watching and enjoying the Original trilogy. No Lucas no Star Wars, remember that.

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@ayumi_azui: In my book BF2 was the same as first one only with good character animations, more levels, weapons, space combat, funner maps.

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@Zombrex: PSP one was a lot of fun. Haven't touched that in like 7 years, but I liked it a lot.

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Wow the visual design shown in the trailer is completely NOT what I remember loving in Valkyria Chronicles. This looks a rather standard run-of-the-mill anime with "bad ass" characters, while original VC was very unique and looked more like a Studio Ghibli movie. I hope I'm wrong, cause it was just a teaser.

[edit] and just read it will be more of an "action-RPG" with a different combat system than Valkirya Chronicles. I guess it will be a very different type of game.

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@Smosh150: A Fett game has always been something I wanted to play. But I heard nothing but scorn about Bountyhunter (especially upon release) until I read your opinion above. Does it have an open world or something (hence 200+ hours)? I'll consider picking it up for my PS2.

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@mknerd: Those games haven't age too well unfortunately. Played BF2 recently and had a hard time enjoying it. Back in the day I loved both of course.

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I heard only good things about it, but I didn't want to play it old-school K+M on my monitor. Now that PC version has controller support and I can play it off the couch without having a keyboard on my lap, maybe it's time to play it. The only issue is that I still have Fallout 4 and Witcher 3. Just don't have time for Divinity ((