วันศุกร์ที่ 6 เมษายน พ.ศ. 2555

Promoted blog: Why does everything turn into a fight? screenshot

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Despite our insistence that video games do not actually change our brain with a psychopathic mass murderer whose eyeballs and scrotum were simply injected with powder extracted from a raging Raging Bull, you think would do a better job not to attack anything that moves. Maybe I was spoiled by overexposure to modern sensationalist yellow fog press all, but it is really taking the apparently People try to do everything in the industry in a fight. The idea that I realized when I heard the rumor about the PlayStation 4 (Orbis or if you really want to call it) and its use according to rumor-fighting games functionality, and if it is not totally and completely false, it would be a great success in the fight against the games used, the legitimization of the "Go Online" system on a scale of the console at all. see you there? "The Battle"?

As publishers against piracy. EA vs. Activision OR. Or Japanese vs. Western developers. Or hand vs. Smartphones. EA (again) made his damndest to raise

Battlefield

Call of Duty and Dark Souls > somehow ended cons

Skyrim

Dragon Age 2 was dragged in a fight with

Witcher 2 , EA (again again) withdrew its games on steam to drive sales in the beginning, and I don ' I need not mention PC vs. consoles, or wars between them on the console.

There are two things that revolve around the question. One is my old-X-can-beat-up-your-Y (nuh-uh!) phenomenon, as illustrated by four RPG there. It appears around almost everything there is, therefore, why it would be better if you just not so angry when people

things that we do not like

a - gasp, hyperventilate, soaking up the tears with a tissue - were hit by a couple of millennia now, so I'll stick with that

More worrying is the mentality that the success of an element in the video game industry is expected to counterbalance the absence of another. The purpose-designed

Battlefield Call of Duty

shit storm is probably the clearest example, and more recent, in the insistence of the old

beat

last Photo probably take the focus off their own forces and work to their detriment. God forbid someone does buy and enjoy both games, right? Photo Photo


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