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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by Rydian, May 7, 2013.
In fairness what's the point in having breast implants if ya not going to let anyone feel them?
So many tears have been shed!
and the other half is like "what you going to do with a Wii U, Wii U has no gaems!"
"I've developed a new fuel which is easy and cheap to manufacture and minimizes pollution to such a negligable level it's not even worth mentioning! It's greener than electric cars!"
"Great! This is beneficial to all of us, share your findings, oh wise one!"
"No, no, no - it stays in my drawer - I'm sure that anyone who's interested will come up with something like this eventually. If I share my info, somebody might use it in a malicious way, for example as fuel for tanks. I'm a pacifist, I can't let that happen."
I came into this thread expecting haters gif. What I saw was basically the same thing. So I figure it is best to leave this here.
It's part of Nintendo's cunning new strategy to combat piracy.
I'll distribute my pet llamas as game consoles BUT (here's the important part) I won't release any games for it ;O;
I challenge you to hack my llama for piracy
Something something "bruteforce backdoor" something.
maybe I should have used a pet rock instead.
Definitely. That only reminds me of this.
The Wii U hack doesn't actually enrich somebody's life or bolster the economy like that or something, which is why my metaphors are decidedly-different than yours.
This is not "It will be helpful to the earth", it is "I personally want it". Also, Calvin totally took your approach years ago.
i beg you dont cry
But if the world economy revolves around traditional fuel extraction, refinement and distribution and you introduce a game changer like that would it not cause troubles for a lot of people?
But the video game industry revolves around traditional game acquisition, development and distribution and you introduce a game changer like that would it not cause trouble for a lot of people?
You missed the part where this is the EoF.
People have plucked tech demos/school projects out and fleshed them out a bit to make them a full game, mods have being doing all sorts of things for some time and shareware was a thing in the 90's. I am going to have to suggest you revise your games industry model, of course you could argue that several of those things having been going on for years now make them traditional but err.... fight me now.
Seems our content manager has been angered by the content of which he manages.