Random Thoughts thread

Discussion in 'FH Lounge' started by NickT, Feb 15, 2017.

  1. wirelessf

    wirelessf New Member

  2. NickT

    NickT Member

    It's a fair point though, video games have becoming more increasingly micro-transaction oriented. Paying $60 for the game doesn't even give you the full game anymore.

    EA posted a reply about it on Reddit and it far and away became the most downvoted comment on that site.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/StarWarsBa...ously_i_paid_80_to_have_vader_locked/dppum98/

    Vidya game developers should be punished for being increasingly greedy AF.
     
  3. kev/anton

    kev/anton Member

    LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL
     
  4. 808CVPI

    808CVPI Administrator Staff Member

    But if people pay they're going to keep doing it. If players move on then they'll stop.
     
  5. NickT

    NickT Member

    I think -673k is the site coding limit or something bc it hit that mid-November (lots of articles on Nov 13 about it). Should be well over a million if there (probably) was no limit.
     
  6. axelthefox

    axelthefox New Member

    Yup.

    I have noticed that in some games

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    Like this game has so expensive DLC: http://store.steampowered.com/app/24010/Train_Simulator/

    It's better to go with the opensource project

    http://openrails.org/
     
  7. wirelessf

    wirelessf New Member

    I don't even know when is the last time I bought AAA title games. Doom (2016) was the last game I bought but I was on the fence on buying it (which luckily I waited since the paid DLC became free later on.)

    Also cuz I had a shitty PC. 4K gaming with a 10 year old CPU is slideshow city even with a newer graphics card.
     
  8. axelthefox

    axelthefox New Member

    Last game i bought was Skyrim for the Nintendo Switch.
     

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