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    Nintendo eShop

    You also can't even load it up without being online, which seems like a ridiculously huge oversight.
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    Gender Diversity / Politics in games (was Tropes Vs. Women)

    Yes, a huge stretch. It's like 2014 never happened.
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    Gender Diversity / Politics in games (was Tropes Vs. Women)

    I dunno, maybe common fucking sense that somebody who's been in the industry for many many years would have thought about branching narratives.
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    Gender Diversity / Politics in games (was Tropes Vs. Women)

    Guess you missed all the reddit threads calling for her to be fired immediately then. Quite funny as I had no idea GW2 had such a large player base. It’s almost like people with zero interest in the game or company were piling on.
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    Gender Diversity / Politics in games (was Tropes Vs. Women)

    Seems you left out this whole part which basically says ArenaNet were perfectly fine with her doing what she was doing until they were actually put on the spot to stand by what they'd been saying internally for years.
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    Gender Diversity / Politics in games (was Tropes Vs. Women)

    This post is pretty bang on. This was one of my personal favourite things to read this morning along with my morning coffee. Thanks my dude. You've cracked the mystical code to having a successful game!
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    Gender Diversity / Politics in games (was Tropes Vs. Women)

    Smooth ArenaNet, real smooth.
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    Rllmuk's Official Sales Figures

    Because it's only internet nerds like us who have a massively strong dislike for Crash Bandicoot.
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    Nintendo Switch

    It is made in Unity, but it's extremely customised, almost to the point where it's essentially a custom engine (the benefits of having Unity on your doorstep!). Limbo was actually the bigger ball ache to port here due to the custom engine. There's a reason the two Playdead games are so well regarded and polished and it's because they're all about the details and the tiny touches, nothing will leave that studio if Arnt isn't happy with it. Source - I know the guys. :p
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    Nintendo Switch

    Yeah, it's not awful, but if you've played Old Blood or New Order it just pales in comparison. Weak level design, frustrating difficulty on anything above easy (this isn't a learn to play issue, it's a "oh the enemies absolutely fucking murder me as soon as they see me" thing), hit messaging to the player is handled incredibly badly and they completely fucked stealth, which was the secret best (and correct) way of playing New Order and Old Blood. I bought it at launch on Xbox and it was without a doubt the most disappointing game I'd played last year. The story and cutscenes are excellent, gameplay less so. If you really have to play it, do yourself a favour and stick it on easy and just treat it as a stupid Nazi killing adventure.
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    Nintendo Switch

    Oops.
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    Nintendo Switch

    Yeah it was late and I’d misread your post. Won’t be many “average” users out there who does it. The price is fine imo, £2 more than it is on Xbox and PSN for a port they’ve been cracking away at for over a year. It was obviously never going to be as low as the iOS version. Likewise when Xcom hits, it’s not going to be priced in line with the iOS version. That’s just an unrealistic and unfair expectation.
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    Nintendo Switch

    Probably the same handful of people mentioning South Africa when every new release comes around then. Everybody should play Inside, such a great experience.
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    Nintendo Switch

    Seems like the majority of people here do. :p
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