WarBaby2

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  1. I also think good and evil aren't really the categories DE has planned this story... even the choices in quests aren't really that. They are Yin and Yang, moon and sun, but not really the moral dichotomy of good and bad. If anything Wally probably represents Yin, the shadow, the regret the Tenno has in the events that s/he set in motion... according to chinese philosophy, that concept is not outright evil, though. What I don't get is that the sexes seem to be reversed... Yin, the darkness, seems to be the father (hence it calling us "kiddo") which would make Yang the mother (Magulous, the Lotus?)... that's exactly contrary to Chinese philosophy.
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    Lore Confusion (spoilers -duh-)

    Just rewatched the Sacrifice... true. Still, I believe that quite a few of the frames we "learn about" (aka. DE makes them up) now came after...
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    Lore Confusion (spoilers -duh-)

    Not quite... I believe that all frames (even the ones not yet released) where indeed Orokin warriors at some point... most of them probably died in battle fighting the Sentients BEFORE the council turned to the Tenno. When the whole void kids plan was hatched, Ballas took the DNA of those warriors and created the first warframes from it. So, the reason why the frames are so different/specialised is, their "originals" where, not because Ballas created them that way. In any case, none of the frames we use today - even the primes or Umbra - are originals... those were unique individuals.
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    Twitch drops are not dropping and need changing

    To be fair, remembering the first drop event, I got roughly 100 orokin cells out of it, so it kinda was broken too, but this new drop table IS a bit weak...
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    Twitch drops are not dropping and need changing

    Nope, but then, I already got them... happy I got the Noggle, though.
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    Garuda is little game breaking.

    That would be correct, if balance was actually possible in a game like Warframe... which it is not.
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    EA stock price drops 40%

    That's why I've been hoping that the next direction change in western consumer industry will come from the games industry... I mean, it could happen... right? I mean, before it all comes crashing down... 😉
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    EA stock price drops 40%

    Yea, they are a loss... have been for years really, but - for some reason - they attracted such a big community of modders which covered up how lazy and all around bad their games have actually been since, well, Morrowind, I'd say. The moment they realized that, and tried to monetize that "potential", they pretty much were a goner.
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    EA stock price drops 40%

    Well... until 76. No AAA can be THAT lazy. Ah well, they are the next to fall, I guess...
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    EA stock price drops 40%

    Meh, government regulation is not really the way to go... ever. I say, let EA and Activision fall publicly and loudly, and other companies will move of this kind of business models all by themself... in time.
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    EA stock price drops 40%

    Well, I guess they still are convinced they don't need one as long as they find the perfect, endless, psych-game "service"... personally, I think they just are out of touch and wasting their money, but hey, that's the free market for ya, not even media shills can help ya at some point. On DE's model of monetization: It's not perfect, but I still think it's brilliant, although it wouldn't work with most games EA is publishing. I mean, seriously, RNG and non tradeable ingame currency are really not working in anything outside of mobile games, but especially not in full price or subscription based games. I dunno who brought up the idea of "games as a service" in that regard, but I guess they are the only ones actually making money of it...
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    EA stock price drops 40%

    That's the thing. EA and Activision spent millions to develop new methods of monetization, while not realizing that all your really need is: A good reputation!
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    EA stock price drops 40%

    Because they are treating their customers right (by and large) and do actual, creative work... it's not about A count or polish, it's about the actual quality of your product as well as behaviour towards your audience. It's a very delicate balance, and some big publishers are learning that the hard way right now...
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    In the memory of Thursby

    F Still, it WAS gruesome... "there is just so little left!". Anyone remembering the movie Ripo? Uahhh...
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    EA stock price drops 40%

    EA, Activision... gee, it's just like, I dunno, nickel and diming your customers, but investing as little effort as possible into your actual products, while simultaneously insulting and misrepresenting them (aided by the games media) is not very smart... or something.