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View Poll Results: What trend in the gaming industry do you find the most troubling?
Online activation and online requirement to play (DRM). 35 55.56%
Digital distribution 2 3.17%
Streamlining games 4 6.35%
Console Designed/PC Ported 9 14.29%
Multiplayer/Co-Op 4 6.35%
Yoda 6 9.52%
DLC 3 4.76%
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Old 02-29-2012, 04:15 PM   #23
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I know, I'm just pointing out the fact that people think that these companies exist purely for them, as if these organisations were created for the very sole purpose of making a game just for *points at someone very specifically* YOU!

But it wasn't an attack on you, chainz... just an observation about gamers in general who can't understand why video game developers want to make money.

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