Gamescom 2019: Big Highlights From Nintendo, Xbox, Stadia So Far
The Witcher 3 Switch Port Release Date Announced, Coming In October
@noctisumbra: According to the Article.No I didnt.
mmm dat $50 us dollar Xbox one X.
Think I'll get me one of those. @eddienoteddy
EDIT: It appears he has finally corrected it.
Sorry boyos it appears our gamespot exclusive 50 dollar Xbox one X deal has expired.
@Ayato_Kamina_1: Its based on a comic character.....He was going to come back regardless of who the director was.
@girlusocrazy: I am not sure what you are on?A few of their upcoming games are brand new IP's.For Honor, Steep, Eagle flight plus some old names and new games like Watch Dogs 2 (which people seem to really enjoy right now) Ghost Recon:Wildlands, South Park: Fractured But Whole, (first game was excellent) Plus they are making Beyond good and Evil 2 which is incredible news itself. Not too mention they just announced that basically most of their dlc (except for story content which I agree with) is now going to be free so stuff like DLC maps etc.Ubisoft is no saint but they are drastically DRASTICALLY better than most companies out there and especially Vivendi.Out of every studio that Vivendi has ever owned only one has survived and that was Activision/Blizzard and the reason it survived is because it paid 2.5 billion to get the hell away from them. You know those games based on the minions from despicable me? That's Vivendi (who owns gameloft) Also that modern combat and asphalt games that are constantly spammed on every mobile phone? That's also Vivendi.I have been to the Ubisoft office and I can tell you they have one of the most chill environments of any game development studio I have ever seen and all of their employees love working there. Seriously, I would rather pay into EA's buy this dlc to access anything spiel over seeing any other company ruined by Vivendi.
@vilified_signals: Ever seen a Vivendi studio?
Most likely not because every studio that Vivendi has ever owned they have ran into the ground and then left it for dead.
Vivendi is not a good company and I would argue that they have.... at times been far worse than EA has ever been.
@handheldhimself: Whats even weaker is their claim without any serious evidence so far.Anyone can say that players are walking in their yard and staring into their windows. But unless they have some serious proof (think Video evidence) of said people doing said things, then their claim is ridiculous. They claim the victim here that people are seriously violating their privacy yet from every article I have read there is not a shred of actual evidence to suggest such a thing. However until they provide actual evidence that such people are doing such things and unless they can directly link all of these said peoples actions to Niantic and Pokemon go, they are going to have a tough time winning anything.
@timw: If they see the lawsuit and then remove said Pokestop.They will literally have no ground to stand on. They can simply email the people get the address and deal with it quickly and literally avoid the entire thing.
They would have something if Niantic didn't already have a form that specifically allows you to request to have a pokestop near you removed if it is becoming a problem.
Since they failed to notice that this is probably going to get thrown out.
@ledzeppdekk: It was amazing man the transition was perfectly done right into that breathing man. Mad props.
Use your keyboard!
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