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HTC Lexikon, waiting for my carrier to get the SGS2 in August.
Bethesda has managed to take the number one spot without doing anything.
Their competition knocked themselves clear off the list through a botched casting of space magic.
I'd much rather they take a moment to port my extra content to PS3.
I want Frostspire Crag.
Is anyone else royally ticked that they killed Kal'Reegar in a bloody email?
Or a proper ending.
Maybe that's how they bought IGN's disgustingly high rating?
There were 7 actually, but two of them were the exact same except for some reaason not destroying the collector base in ME2 caused Big Ben to get blown up.
Not that there was much difference in the other five, but there was even less in those last two.
Just remember your warnings about Krogan food.
Radioactive may well be the least of your worries.
It takes an "artist" to kill a hero.
I'll stick with Jack, much more my style.
#1.0 Try before you buy.
Time limited demos, not feature limited. I don't know if I want to buy if half of it doesn't work in the demo.
#2.0 Avoiding DRM:
The pirated versions actually work, DRMed versions are constantly causing issues.
#2.5 Avoiding Spyware:
I did not installed the Sony rootkit, nor will I install EA's Origin, if your game or delivery system is watching me (and refusing to work when I block its ability to do so) I'll take my chances with the pirates and my own countermeasures.
Thankfully indie devs seem to avoid the DRM and spying issue much more reliably than corporate devs.
Android mini-rant follows:
For the love of all that is good and pure, if you're writing an Android version do NOT include OpenFeint/HeyZap/Push notifications/Creepy permissions your app has no need for. Also, make a paid version, some of us won't put ad-supported apps on our phones/tablets. I have an old phone, with no creepable information on it, and use that to test ad-supported versions. If I like it I'll buy and install on my devices I actually use, but not including a paid version will put a good chunk of people off of your app.
All 2 and 9/10th of them are.
I don't think we can blame EA for this one.
EA does one thing very well, milk every last penny from aquired IP, and ticking off the most loyal fans of a company is very bad for the DLC sales.
I can see them being involved in the day one DLC, but not in that godawful ending.
I wanted to feed her to the Reapers in the first half hour. Ashley, Kai Leng, and TIM were the only peopple throughout the whole game who I graced with renegade options.
Nice little game, but the Grammar Nazi in me is about to explode. :)