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User Info: ThePaleRiderp

ThePaleRiderp
3 years ago#1
Games like Titanfall, DR3, No Man's Sky, etc would you still consider them Microsoft or Sony exclusive? I personally don't I see the PC as its own platform.
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User Info: Lemur_H

Lemur_H
3 years ago#2
No. Let's not rewrite definitions. It's bad enough most people use the word literally incorrectly.

User Info: GoIrish80

GoIrish80
3 years ago#3
Anyone who does consider them exclusive

1) Doesn't understand the definition of the word, and
2) Has an inferiority complex about their preferred platform

User Info: ThePaleRiderp

ThePaleRiderp
3 years ago#4
Lemur_H posted...
No. Let's not rewrite definitions. It's bad enough most people use the word literally incorrectly.


Lol. I always thought exclusive meant you can only get it in one place.
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User Info: TehPwnzerer

TehPwnzerer
3 years ago#5
Lemur_H posted...
No. Let's not rewrite definitions. It's bad enough most people use the word literally incorrectly.


Not as bad as people who use ironically incorrectly.

But no, if it comes out on xbox and pc but not playstation, it's not exclusive.

User Info: HappyHippo04

HappyHippo04
3 years ago#6
Well technically a game that is for Windows and Xbox only is a Microsoft exclusive.
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User Info: Lemur_H

Lemur_H
3 years ago#7
TehPwnzerer posted...
Lemur_H posted...
No. Let's not rewrite definitions. It's bad enough most people use the word literally incorrectly.


Not as bad as people who use ironically incorrectly.

But no, if it comes out on xbox and pc but not playstation, it's not exclusive.


Haven't experienced this. I personally know someone that frequently uses the word literally. Every other sentence... It's gotten so bad...

It's like an anime character saying "nyaaa!~ =^___^=" at the end of every sentence.

User Info: Lemur_H

Lemur_H
3 years ago#8
HappyHippo04 posted...
Well technically a game that is for Windows and Xbox only is a Microsoft exclusive.


Probably not as common these days. Mac gaming has grown.

User Info: AsucaHayashi

AsucaHayashi
3 years ago#9
peasants like to think that a game that's on 3/4 platforms should be considered "exclusive" as long as it doesn't appear on that last 1/4.

also, it apparently also counts when a game is microsoft/sony/nintendo exclusive.
PC hardware doesn't need to match console hardware in price when PC gamers save literal thousands from the software they buy.
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User Info: ThePaleRiderp

ThePaleRiderp
3 years ago#10
AsucaHayashi posted...
peasants like to think that a game that's on 3/4 platforms should be considered "exclusive" as long as it doesn't appear on that last 1/4.

also, it apparently also counts when a game is microsoft/sony/nintendo exclusive.


I just count the PC as its own platform because it really is. Now if Microsoft Sony or Nintendo developed the game it would be a little different but at the end of the day you don't have to buy their consoles to play the game. I just don't see why people don't understand that.
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