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IGN is known for it's "bribe taking" reviews. They are the death of gaming journalism.
But how does that effect HB?
You're the only one that's an asshole. If people could just watch a free playthrough instead of buying the game, ESPECIALLY before the game is even officially out, then that's gonna give potential buyers less incentive to actually buy the game. How about you fuck off and actually learn what is beneficial for a company before you go off spouting a bunch of bullshit?
and your the asshole who support awful business practices that goes against the freedom of almost every gamer to do what they want with their purchased product.
Don't you know that if they have not pull this bullshit, I would of spread the word about it, giving a more positive message for the game to persuade others to purchase the game? If I persuade 4 others to buy the game, that's 4 purchases done and though...
But since they pull though this bullshit, I can't help with the free advertisement with such awful business practices. Atlus need to back off with this stupid shit before they ruin their great reputation down into the ground.
I really hope so, I played Diablo 3 more than enough for what I paid it, but it still left me vastly unsatisfied.
I don't think the fault is in the game though, I think it might be a problem with the lore.. what I mean is that you can push the whole demon/undead theme only so far, and it's already SO MUCH abused.
I wish they could cut from it, but I can't imagine how. New engine, sure, but what to do with the game exactly to renew the formula?
I have no idea.
I can see where you coming from... I hate to say it but I don't know if they ever going to end the diablo series once and for all lore-wise.
they probably working on a huge ass engine for it as well.
Right. People can do whatever they want. But that doesn't change the fact that Copyright, Trademark, and Intellectual Property laws exist for a reason. Nintendo - out of all game companies has one of the strictest reputations in regards to maintaining control over their IPs.
If they start allowing some mods to persist then it sets a precedent for other modders to start profiting off their original works at the cost of their own profits. And while it might seem like they're taking their time addressing this, legal matters generally don't move very quickly.
It's almost like businesses primarily exist to profit rather than provide...
As far as I can tell the only real value to modding a Nintendo property like this is to get this kind of publicity when the totally inevitable (unless you're willfully ignorant) legal challenge shuts down the project then parlaying the skills and ability demonstrated into an actual industry job. Though at the same time, this also demonstrates a blatant disregard for IP laws which could easily appear as a risk to a potential employer.
I mean really, given the vast amount of other games that actually encourage modding choosing to spend any amount of time on a Nintendo property seems incredibly foolish to me.