Radnet sounded awesome at first...but now?
shroom did you even read past what you put in italics from my first post
just like what i said you were able to buy the game because you sold back those games
so if they make it to where nobody can trade games back almost nobody would be willing to buy games that MIGHT be good
Yeah, when he made that statement about trading games in, I just left. He gave you guys even more firepower for YOUR argument and he hurt me and his argument.
Without used games, he never would have Prototype 2 in the first place. Because he couldn't afford it.
There would definitely be some setbacks and certain situations that would hurt the gaming industry if used games didn't exist. But overall, I really do think the gaming industry would do a little better if used games didn't exist. Even if it improved a LITTLE BIT, It's still an improvement.
Gaming companies would be more successful. But gamers on a low budget would be the ones that hurt the most...
Yeah I'm good with a little bit of EVIL. Inside of me they about EQUAL. Call in a bus when I'm all in a rut. I'm a Kluster**** and y'all is just......... FECAL!
Do we have to play the events to get the stuff?
My Buddy's Uncle's Cousin's Brother has a friend who works in Atlantis and saw Batman nut punch an albino midget Unicorn wrestler. True story.
If anything this is more about getting you to keep the game - you might beat it and trade it in a week, but the promise of more stuff to do might delay that.
Well WeirdShroom when they start makin BETTER games, with MORE content, and better GAMEPLAY, that last longer then 5 HOURS(Points to this), then guess what I will feel mor elike paying for a new copy.
It's honestly when they half ass lazily make a game like they did here is when I get my drive to not buy new anymore. Very unhappy with how short this game is, I almost platinumed the game almost in ONE playthrough, if I had played hard I would have, in 8-10 hours here.
You can use the arguement " Oh your missing the point this game is about running around causing mayhem and such"
Problem is the game shear LACK of content, and streamlined simple gameplay makes that arguement moot. As I could have done that for 45 bucks LESS..
Enjoy a Awesome Video till my new sig is ready...
You don't see used movies driving the movie industry to their knees.
In order for a game to be 'used', it had to be purchased to begin with. All those used games you see in the game store? They got the money for each one of those.
They want to be paid over and over for the same copy?
This is just another case of Publisher greed. Radical is just Activision's mouthpiece, Acti funded them so they have to toe the line.
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