Ok, let me explain it to you nice and slowly.
Let's say you make this statement: I ate all my apples within 10 minutes!
How many apples did you eat?
Without a numerical value, that statement means nothing. At all.
On the subject of PS4s, "selling out" means something completely...
Every character starts with flames, which is enough to get through that bit.
You also find basic spellbooks nearby whenever you need one, such as needing frost to focus a crystal, but there's a huge difference between novice spells that any PC can cast, vs the ones required for Faralda's test...
Oh come on ... "selling out" means nothing, seeing as it's based entirely on the market expectations of a STORE.
It could simply mean that Amazon expected the PS4 to sell poorly, and only made a handful of units available for preorder, that's all.
Unless there's real numbers, news like this...
I approve of this and all, except ...
FUCK OFF WITH UNLOCKING DIFFICULTY SETTINGS.
Look, you may think it's dumb as bricks to blindly play on a hardcore setting, but knowing what's going to happen already makes games like this trivial.
Only people who are clueless shop at Dick Smith Electronics.
It's a far cry from the olden days, when that genius Dick Smith ran the stores, when you could pick up all the parts to build yourself a kickass custom CB radio.
These days you only acknowledge the stores' existence with profound...
Wait, Nobunaga's Ambition? Romance of 3 Kingdoms?
Are they remakes of the Koei games, or just ports?
I'm gonna google the crap out of them now ... I played the whole Koei library to death back in the day.
When did we agree to anything?
Just 'cos it's not applicable in common parlance, doesn't mean it's inapplicable by the dictionary definition.
Anyways, it's simple.
By doing the exact same thing as every other instance of classism.
Someone who doesn't play DoA looks down on someone who...
I already snub the equivalent of Gamestop 'cos they're beneath me.
See how classism works? :P
Seriously though, I spend thousands a year on gaming, and the retarded practices of large retail chains don't get any of it.
Classism happens everywhere. Even in fighting games.