I only refuse to buy games with intrusive DRM or forced online connectivity(where such a thing is useless). That came from a bad bioshock experience and the fact that tages was refusing to allow me to play the witcher.
im worried this new gen the trend is going towards that using persistant worlds as an excuse for DRM.
PSA: Their/there/they're are not the same, nor then/than and should of does not exist it's should have
lol. like your refusal to buy their game will mean anything to them lol
No, and even if I decided to do that, it really wouldn't make much of a difference.
Y'know... things might actually change if people stopped being like THIS. This is the exact same mentality that has gotten our US Voter Turnout to a lowly 18% of the population. This apathy mentality is killing a lot of good things because everyone feels like their voices doesn't do a difference. BUT IT DOES! As long as we collectively speak up. Nothing happens thinking like this.
Activision. Since the PS2 era, no less.
http://backloggery.com/ryuvega NP- PWAA:DD, Bioshock Infinite 'I've seen Ryu on the MtG board so he's already cooler than most of you.' ~ XImperialDragon
I am. I refuse to buy any product with the Bioware logo on it. I have to admit though, I am not looking forward to the 3rd quarter of this fiscal year. Dragon Age Inquisition may end up really testing my resolve. I have a soft spot for RPGs like that. If you were given an option to get a really good game but it was made by a truly evil developer, would you still buy it? Even though you knew the company was downright despicable and was greedy as ****?
What did Bioware do to make you hate them?
To the edge of the universe and back, endure and survive