Originally Posted by CommandThrower
LawBreakers' performance is personally my saddest and depressing gaming event of the year.
I've played this game since the Closed Alpha, and watched it grow over time and make great strides to its gameplay, and it just...died. I don't regret buying the limited edition from LRG, but I am saddened by the reception that LawBreakers has received.
It seems the only, and I mean THE ONLY way for other arena shooters to be able to coexist with Overwatch is for them to be free to play, and that makes me sad.
I shared my similar thoughts in the OT, with added bonus of the malice from people not into the game.
Originally Posted by strafer
Am I missing something, why are people suddenly hating on Cliffyb? I thought people loved him.
He called some Gaffers cunts 3 years ago when there were discussion about crunch in the industry and he shared his thoughts to a Naughty Dog developer sleeping at her desk when preparing for E3. You can guess that it wasn't taken well in here.
And 10 years ago he called PC gamers tech-savy enough to know how to torrent. I think he was right at the time, but that doesn't seem to be accurate anymore when PC gamers seemingly even can't understand how to use Steam.
Originally Posted by Oachkatzlschwoaf
Some? That is quite an understatement.
There are only 10 left out of ~80.000 owners.
The concurrent player peak was around 200 at best before the patch.