Trion has multiple investors, including The Time Warner Investments Group, Comcast Ventures, Bertelsman Digital Media Investments, Rustic Canyon Partners, Trinity Ventures and DCM, with HP listed on their website as a "strategic partner". In addition, Trion has also partnered with American video game developer Petroglyph Games, American cable television channel SyFy, and video game publishers Sony Computer Entertainment and Ubisoft.
Doesn't this make them financial supporters of SOPA if their investors are supporting the bill, no matter how much they say otherwise.
From above website:
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Inc.
In the process of contacting. Although it’s worth noting that Warner Music Group and Warner Music Nashville are listed supporting the bill, and that overall owners, Time Warner, are one of the big funders here.
This link says Comcast supports SOPA: http://www.yessopameansnocomcast.com/
Good point Ryth. I agree with you 100%.
Well written sir. At least SWTOR has the legacy system that rewards all you alts, even those on the other faction. I've played Rift since launch and it was the first game I hit level cap so fast. I regretted it ever since. Rift just wasn't fun anymore. I tried doing every quest, but I leveled so fast I'd have to just skip entire zones to keep my armor up to proper level. I don't have a solution, but the problem is not just a player problem IMHO, but they do hold the biggest responsibility for pacing themselves. The problem with Rift, once you hit end game, you stuck with end game. There is no viable alt path to take. It's the same grind, all over again. Trion is an amazing game developer, but they created an end game game, and that is all it is.
and if they do their all 8yr olds that enjoy fart jokes all day long
Usually this form of logorrhea generally deals with 12 year olds, it seems the age is dropping rapidly. Soon it will be 4 year olds.
I also have been playing SWTOR and loved it. I had no intention of buying the game until well after it was released, if at all, but after playing I was hooked. It's not a complete game changer, and that is good. I want to play an MMO **RPG**, not something else. I like my levels and quests (well done) and SWTOR does that part well.
About the WoW hate. Really.
It's like a junkie hating his drug dealer for providing him their service.
EA has met Activision head on in the FPS market by pitting Battlefield 3 against the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 in an FPS franchise war. Now EA will take aim at the MMORPG market with SWTOR to take on its chief rival, WoW
I don't play FPS so I didn't know who was behind those titles. I did notice the battle going on between the two, which is even more interesting now knowing that it's EA vs. Activision.
I loved everything about WoW when I played it, I just moved on. I don't understand all the hate. You have to admit however it will be entertaining to see the giant fall (when it does, it has to fall one day). I have no idea if that time is now, and if it will be because of EA, but it will be an interesting battle to watch.
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