I must admit, this discussion gives me a bit of a Gibbons' talk of the twilight of the Roman state vibe.
Personally, I have a hard time ignoring the I saw a sharp decline in the quality of news articles, often shockingly so, considering the legacy of the conversations on the forums happening...
Yeah... Moviebob was the main reason I was coming back to the website. I may not have agreed with him on some things, but that's neither here, nor there.
Their journalism quality was taking quite a dive recently, with proliferation of clickbait articles. Mr. Croshaw is the only thing that I...
Having it available, and affordable appears to be the most amiable way to go.
People can decide what they want do with themselves.
Having a mandate to make people do it, would be something I would oppose. Strongly.
I don't honestly see much difficulty here with this scenario.
I have to go with Solas.
Did not think I'd like him at first, but he has a fascinating worldview and his entire, shall I say, "calling in life" is quite interesting. Very enjoyable character to talk to. Also, he [REDACTED].
By Jove, that would be Sir Harry Paget Flashman!
Unqualifiably,the greatest man the world has ever known. Warrior, gentleman, and a faithful servant of her majesty, the Queen. And of course, properly British, just as God intended.
Long-long time ago Square was an innovative company, full of ideas and energy, creating things that people did not know were possible in video games. Old FF blew people's mind way back when. Stuff like "Live A Live" I still consider the most creatively designed JRPG to this day.
But the publisher can still revoke the code associated with the physical copy of the game, leaving you with a fancy paperweight. Physical copy of FC4 without a working code is only marginally more useful than a digital version without a working code.