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Amazing that Destiny 2 is that cheap a little over six months after release. I’d say that was a fail.
My take is that they botched the end game so much that it became a mainstream meme, so Activision/Bungie just killed it and put the resources into the 3rd game. If I were Bungie I'd want to get this crap trilogy wrapped up ASAP so their contract can end and they can jump ship. I have a feeling Bungie will never work with Activision again.
I appreciate the work that gets put into this thread however Im not sure what use it has for the grand majority of us since is YMMV. If you're coming here, then going to Target frequently in mere hopes they'll have the particular clearance game, you're wasting your time.
It has been this way for years now, so it is obviously a fine business strategy.
So any poor behavior magically becomes "obviously" acceptable merely because "it's [already] been this way for years"?
waiting about 2 years to save 20 - 40 dollars isn't much of a deal if you really wanted to play the game at launch
Speaking for yourself, I suppose. Guess I've outgrown this "GOTTA GET NOW WHILE IT'S FRESH" mentality. The point still stands: EA is not invoking good faith towards its most valuable consumers. So as a result, now I'm increasingly becoming one of their invaluable customers. Not making an empirical statement, simply sharing how it affects me and its result.
Great price of Shadow of War but I'll wait for the inevitable BB $16 w/ GCU sale.
Valkyria Chronicles Remastered is fun but it's pretty buggy and cutscenes tend to skip at times. Overall it's a poor port with a mediocre texture upgrade.
VC will be dirt cheap soon - I'd wait. I got the PS4 digital version in a cheap Humble Bundle a few months ago. Calling it - $5 by September.
Yup. I was gonna buy it but nope.
It was $24 in Dec 2017 lmao. Didn't even have to look very hard. I swear I saw it for $17 during a flash sale but i'd have to keep looking to confirm. WIth these prices, they're essentially charging you for the free NEXT update that everyone else gets (got my copy dirt cheap at Best Buy in March).
A rather scumbag move IMO, but the business rationale behind it makes sense.
Who cares? Seriously. Who?
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I care about that more than care about what device you type your forum posts on xD
And TBH I looked up the difference between steel and metal because I was curious ("cared"). And in this context, no, hardly a difference. Since steel is a variation of metal, a steel book could conceivable also be called a metal book, but a metalbook cannot be called a steelbook.
The more you....know?
Everyone on that GoW kick. I still need to play most of the originals..........
IMO they haven't aged very well, and certainly aren't as mechanically sound as this latest one. 1 and 2 feel "floaty" today, as does 3 though not as much and it has a slightly deeper combat system.
Doesn't seem like a bug. This is always the case. Always has been. Tells me something is fundamentally wrong with the code. Regardless, if it's indeed a bug, it takes this long to fix it? Come on now.
nothing is particularly 'easy' to fix in a live store environment. I mean, yeah, sure, the actual bug is easy to fix. but first it has to get to the top of a priority list, get a tech assigned to it, get fixed, be qa'd in a test environment, rolled up into a larger update...
You don't just fix bugs in a store like PSN. You jump through many, many hoops first.
what do you think a bug is? i mean, you're literally describing a bug ["something is fundamentally wrong with the code"] then saying it doesn't sound like a bug. bugs don't just pop up out of nowhere, they're hidden in the code.
No, a bug is when two or more functional lines of code collide and create an unforseen consequence.
This is not that. The code itself is not written properly. It's not a bug, it's fundamentally improper coding. Big difference.
I view trophy hunting as a sort of collect-a-thon.
People comparing these to literal trophies are missing the point; we could call PSN trophies "starberries" and starberry enthuisiasts will want to collect as many as they could.
A platinum trophy tells me "wow, this person knows just about everything there is to know about this game" and that's about it. Trophy wars also made for fun competition. As someone who once cared deeply for trophies, they have absolutely nothing to do with showing off (unless you're directly engaging in a competition) or collecting something of value.
Received a $10 code that expires the end of the month...I know their aim is to incite me to spend extra cash but probably better to take the chance on a random indie title or two for a few bucks a piece.
The weird promo page that only lists 10 games a page and can't be sorted by platform is garbage.
Yeah the console stores in general are a pain to navigate. For me, the worst is when you add an item to the cart, select "continue shopping" only for it to kick you to the top of the menu after scrolling down for 5 minutes. And at least with the eShop, you're not constantly bombarded by ads and DLC pushing.
Isn't the psn code, just a code to redeem? It literally just adds $10 to your wallet.
Hoping I misread it. Now that you mention it, yeah, of course it probably applies to the code itself, not the funds. Here's to hoping I was the dumb one.