I give you credit, you stuck to your guns, the 3 endings are ultimately the same, fewer plotholes now though the big ones still loom to me. It was your work and you stuck to it.
It's still big ole pile of crap as far as I'm concerned, it just stinks a little less now.
I remain a skeptic. Bioware has lost me as preorder/Day 1 buyer, they will have to earn me back.
I'm not even a Retake Mass Effect supporter, I just think their work recently has seemed shoddy in alot of ways, the Mass Effect 3 ending being just one in a line of decisions I find distasteful...
If you travel to Work or School and carry electronics, would you say their physical safety (Due to water damage, damage from general force on your bag or damage to your phone as you take it out) is a real issue to you? (1-10, 1 being "Of little concern" and 10 being "Of great concern")
It bears mentioning here that the spotlight was not made specifically for the new skin, Riot releases spotlights for brand new champions or when and older champion get's a rework. Tryndamere falls under the latter scenario as well as Kayle, since the two reworks came out at the same time. Also...
While I totally agree with the OP, I'm surprised no one has really brought up 3 contributing factors to the decision to drop the bomb.
1) The exhaustion that the Allies felt after the hellish fighting on the European side of things, with none of the involved properties wanting another drawn...
Indeed. Such as this one: http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/
OMG LANCER GET BACK ON TOPIC
I think you guys are lookin at this from the wrong angle though, this isn't necessarily about the money, clearly blizzard makes more money from WoW than Riot does from LoL. This is...
Actually people tend to spend alot of money on LoL... maybe not as much as subscription fee based MMOs, but I think the gap is alot smaller than you might think.
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For the first time in the last half decade, PC gaming has a king that's not named World of Warcraft. The new champion? Riot's free-to-play MOBA League of Legends.
Now xfire is by no means a scientific measure, but I'm pretty sure that the two are very close, and LoL may very well have...
This just in: League of Legends is really, really popular.
They hit 160k a few minutes ago. Riot real success story now, going from just a few thousand players to being one of the most popular PC games in just about a year.
A lot of people prefer to play online games.
A lot of people don't like their information getting taken.
As a sidenote, why do you even care what other people do? How is it anyone's business but them what they do and what types of games they like to play.
Just rude man.