I have done some research Ok I used Google. About micro-transactions (for those who don’t know it’s playing a video game and using real world money to get things like weapons and items and such). Sony has recently defended it. Microsoft, well, the new Killer Instinct is very much that. All but one character is locked behind a paywall. “We’re still learning” they say. Nintendo seems to be the odd man out. When confronted with this option for the Animal crossing for 3DS, Iwata called it “reprehensible” and “a terrible idea.”
I thought I’d get around to giving it a try as it sounded convenient but when I used it to transfer save files to my PS3, the save files were locked (copying prohibited). So I can’t even use them anymore. Sony used to be cool. They are now on my shit list. I mean, I can transfer save files between two PS2 memory cards with no problems, so why now this? This generation is the worst. Everything is just going backwards.
I’ll base it on your blog, I’m doing EVERY one
That’s cool and I do like to see your art :3
It’s no secret that the next-generation consoles launching this Fall are coming in hot, but never has this been more clear than this morning when Sony outlined the details of their planned 300MB console patch for the PlayStation 4 on launch day.
The friggin’ DVD/BR player doesn’t work out of the box? That’s the most asinine thing I’ve ever heard of.
Get social again
You assume I was ever social to begin with. I have a tumblr so the answer is no.
Challenge yourself to talk to people.
I have to talk to people?
Spend time with your family.
Ah hell nah!
Join an online community.
I think that worsens the problem. >_>
Join a dating site.
They charge me money to do anything. Even if it says free, it’s not.
seeing others “update their status” with fun activities can make you feel even worse.
Finally, something I can agree with.
The article is here: http://www.wikihow.com/Deal-With-Loneliness
OLD MAN MODE ENGAGE!!!
In my day, we unlocked special abilities by level grinding or completing sidequests, not by paying real life money.