The players and fans don't care. It's the social media hate mobs that care. The company does not want the harassment from them so they do this. They are atleast good voice actors, from what was shown at E3.
Yea I remember playing Titan Quest the Greek accents in that game were wonderful.
The demo was played by the folks at CD Projekt themselves, but was entirely hands-off for the people in attendance, press and judges included. That disqualifies it here.
Ah, thank you for clarifying.
Hey, if it fun and interesting then I say troll away!
Great article, Chris.
I would recommend buying the pen and paper Night City supplementary book (or PDF). It is still a really good read, from a creative standpoint, and an excellent introduction into the wonderfully-crafted world of Palladium's Cyberpunk.
(edited to give props to Chris...oops.)
Fans believed EA was true when they said BFV was "the most historically accurate battlefield yet." EA released the trailer and the fans called them out on the the inaccuracies. The news media and EA called them manbabies and migonists for doing so. Then the fans retaliated everywhere on how stupid it is. It's a never ending cycle that will result in poor sales for EA and the Battlefield community breaking apart.
Good, any community that thinks this sort of shit is acceptable should be broken.
It is interesting as they do seem to have similar complaints (from what my not very good Spanish can tell, both have issue with unlock speeds) but the many additional things bothering the UK reviewer weren't mentioned at all by the Spanish reviewer.
Which is good, because it shows IGN isn't just hiring identical people with identical tastes - more perspective is great! :)