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User Info: Jon_God

Jon_God
3 years ago#1
Here is a company that made a sequel one of their flagship series from the 90s, a single player game, and added online DRM.

Not only this, but they developed their own digital store trying get people to buy digitally, and no matter what, have to play their own games through their store and network, which no one wanted.

They also have slowly moved their focus from single player games which made them famous in the first place, to freemium games, and multiplayer focused games.

As a company the've continually to not respond to fan requests to bring back their old series.


Ladies and gentlemen, I bring you Valve.
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User Info: Lemur_H

Lemur_H
3 years ago#2
Sounds pretty good.

User Info: CatToy

CatToy
3 years ago#3
Pretty much.
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User Info: Knight2520

Knight2520
3 years ago#4
Hey, new AND original. Hooray for blanket statements.
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User Info: steveboblarry

steveboblarry
3 years ago#5
Jon_God posted...
Here is a company that made a sequel one of their flagship series from the 90s, a single player game, and added online DRM.

Not only this, but they developed their own digital store trying get people to buy digitally, and no matter what, have to play their own games through their store and network, which no one wanted.

They also have slowly moved their focus from single player games which made them famous in the first place, to freemium games, and multiplayer focused games.

As a company the've continually to not respond to fan requests to bring back their old series.


Ladies and gentlemen, I bring you Valve.


Without Valve pc gaming would not be the powerhouse it is now.
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User Info: StormKMD

StormKMD
3 years ago#6
Jon_God posted...
As a company the've continually to not respond to fan requests to bring back their old series.


You get a C for grammar errors.
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User Info: Maximoom

Maximoom
3 years ago#7
I was thinking about EA till i readed the last phrase.

User Info: Steamster

Steamster
3 years ago#8
Cry more ya pathetic scrub.

User Info: Marikhen

Marikhen
3 years ago#9
Jon_God posted...
Here is a company that made a sequel one of their flagship series from the 90s, a single player game, and added online DRM.

Not only this, but they developed their own digital store trying get people to buy digitally, and no matter what, have to play their own games through their store and network, which no one wanted.

They also have slowly moved their focus from single player games which made them famous in the first place, to freemium games, and multiplayer focused games.

As a company the've continually to not respond to fan requests to bring back their old series.


Ladies and gentlemen, I bring you Blizzard.


FTFY.
Stop complaining. I could have done this more painfully. - Dryad from Sacred 2.

User Info: Fenriswolf

Fenriswolf
3 years ago#10
TC hit the nail in the head. Steam fanboys love to b**** about how evil DRM is yet try to shove Steamworks down everyone else's throats.
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