You Can’t Stop The Pissing Match

You Can’t Stop The Pissing Match

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You Can’t Stop The Pissing Match

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  1. Buy Cytotec We’re talking about video “games”, and games are naturally about competition comprar reminyl sin recetaI’m not a competitive person when I’m actually involved, but I can appreciate watching titans duke it out by trying to out-do one another. It’s fun to see the lengths to which each company will go to impress us. They appeal to what the products they make appeal to: our competitive streaks. Competition is the core of the games industry. Even the most benign games we play pits us against time, quantity, AI, or other players. It may not be hands-at-throat competition, but it’s what the industry peddles, so it shouldn’t be surprising that so many people do see E3 presentations as being about competition.
  2. compra cobix It’s pointless. Come next week, it won’t matter “who won” because we’ll be left with mostly nothing in-hand except video recaps and memories, so we’ll be in no better position than we were before E3. And once the adrenaline pumping spectacle of keynote presentations are in the rear view, everything that was announced will get thrown into a bucket and meted out over release schedules between now and the next E3, and no one will care who “won” this year.
  3. Artane acheter Trihexyphenidyl sans ordonnance. There’s no title belt involved. Who “wins” this year doesn’t earn the winner any benefits or advantages. They don’t get to parade around at other conventions with an entourage and a gaudy title belt to rub in people’s faces. At most, their PR people get a fist bump for a job well done, and then everyone goes back to work.
  4. bactroban kaufen The companies themselves do it. As I pointed out in another post, two years ago (as of the writing of this post), Microsoft was fucking up so bad that Sony could have brought out an interpretive dance troop to perform a rendition of their financial earnings and they’d still have been in a better place than Xbox was. Instead, they pulled no punches with underhanded digs at their main competition. To us, choosing a “winner” is academic; to them, it’s business, and they most certainly keep track of “who won” because it’s all about the PR. But they have to because the “loser” needs to work that much harder to win back those whom they might have been disappointed. That is a win for us as the consumer, for the industry moving forward, and for the companies who have to step up their games.

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