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Because a lot of people are handling game firms like they are their good

Posted By Megaomgchen Megaomgchen     December 4, 2020    


That's a really good point, I had not considered it like that. I think I agree with you this is overall a good thing even if it's also great for the company. I do you wish to Mut 21 coins support the reason but what does that have to do with soccer? It attracts attention to the issue and retains it on the issue rather than letting a diversion from it via their game. Beyond that Colin Kapernick kneeling for exactly the reasons the protests are occurring? And the entire response to it from in and away from the team when he was doing which are directly related to both the issue and soccer. NFL players are protesting police brutality during games for years now. Considering the game includes the likeness of lots of those characters it isn't surprising that EA might do this.

Because a lot of people are handling game firms like they are their good, reliable friends. I really don't think I've ever seen this phenomenon from this gaming community. They don't see them just like any other corporations whose sole objective is only to get your money. If you changed the title from EA to CDPR, strangely enough the comments here will probably be a whole lot different. They release trailers for them? It is Madden, who doesn't know what they are getting in this item? (And naturally, it is worth noting that there's a reason that everyone understands what Coca-Cola is...) That is the most corporate-ese Ralph Wiggum"I am helping" bullshit I have ever seen. That is because there are more important things going on and they won't receive the clicks and views they were relying on becoming because people's attention is elsewhere. Haha fine EA, I'm sure this doesn't have anything to do with the cash that you would like to make off of the sport and everything to do with encouraging the victims of injustice. There is a lootbox/looting joke here somewhere.Regrettably, the gaming community seems to be filled with sexist and racist people. Reddit too, but you wouldn't delete your account because some people are morons. Exactly the same way you wouldn't burn your passport because some people in your nation are brain-dead. Reddit too, but you would not delete your accounts as some people are morons. I came really close to doing exactly that. I have essentially boxed myself into a tiny corner of reddit that I never leave. It's an issue that's only really prevalent in terms of individuals playing them. The games industry itself is actually incredibly innovative. Super innovative? Perhaps you have forgotten that already?

This. EA did a great here by taking the side of people standing up to tyranny. They could claim to be progressive as they want, but their internal work culture is totally cut-throat, betray your best friend to get a bonus along with a sports car, internally sabotage your competitors job, kinda civilization. It is really pretty well known in Brazil, especially on TV, in terms of ratings it clearly loses out to cheap Madden 21 coins soccer by a pretty wide margin, but I would say it is on par with the NBA, Tennis and Formula 1 . For the past years cinemas have even begun to demonstrate that the Super Bowl in theatres live since it's a fairly major event.