Really? You had to make a pun about coffee? Uggggggh
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@Jack00 So what you're saying is that Sony can do no wrong? You refuse to hold them accountable for failure? Fact is, this is the second attack in recent weeks, and they dropped the ball. When are you going to hold them responsible for their own network? Besides, if I learn one thing about Anons, is that they don't lie. They're too chaotic to do so. Furthermore, we're given an advance warning about their attacks (if there's one thing they lack, it's secrecy in planning). I got five bucks on the Russians, 10 on the Communist Party of China.
@bengameholic: Are you dense? If the DLC were released a few weeks after the fact, I'd let this slide. But the fact that they are releasing this on the same day as the main game's release is a damn insult to anyone's intelligence. This code was ready by release day, OF COURSE they should implement it into the game! Yes, DLC packs are meant to be additions to the main game. But all indications point that this WAS part of the main game, and they simply separated it as microcontent. Why else would such content be gold master? Think about that. It's a two man scam.
Nothing wrong with honesty. This is what this bill's about. It's not unlike asking Chinese factories to show what chemicals are actually in the toys they ship to the U.S. bobtheflounder: These will be short clips. It's not like they're watching a movie.
I never understood the concept of subscription-based gaming. It's a continuous loss system: Rather than paying once and completing a specific goal that justifies the cost, you pay continously for no solid or specific goal. Thus, you continuously hand 10 to 20 dollars into something that you have to continuously play in order to justify its cost. If gaming were weed, MMOGs would be crack. Then again, I also lack the attention span and/or motivation to commit to games longer than, say, 2 months, so I guess I have a bit of bias.
"Tive Razao?" That's weird. You'd think they would put Seu's song on footie, "Bola de Meia," (which translates to "ball of socks," which is how they learn in Brazil) in this game. But noooo. I guess they had reason (heh, funny pun there), since "Bola de Meia" is very, well, just Seu and his guitar (and the guitar is not very strong).