The first 2/3s of it sounds pretty much like the talk around here. I find that kind of exciting. The mainstream is starting to have the same opinion of videogames. Around the "fun factor" part seems to be where things start falling apart for me.
I love the first comment:
Assassin's Creed 3's Collector's Edition was revealed today, and it already has two advertisements for DLC, and the game doesn't come out for months. Ubisoft leads the way in ineffective, offensive DRM. Occupy is about the fact that we don't have any damn money, because people have been ripped off and disadvantaged at an institutional level.
To me, acknowledging that reality in a way that young people care about would look more like having progressive pricing systems...
That is absolutely absurd. DLC is
a progressive pricing system. These people just don't realize that instead of flat prices going up along with the budgets, the developers have instituted progressive pricing.
I think I'm with Anna; videogames are just huge, which makes them stuck.
Yeah, lets just put that depth as side thing, that works fine
Ha! And that's why they'll remain stuck for a while.