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November 6th, 2012, 17:10
Originally Posted by arthureloi View Post
Can anybody explain me what is wrong with limited time platform exclusivity?
I don't think there's anything 'wrong' with it. But in our Veruca Salt era of 'I want it right now' I think it really pisses a lot of people off.

I'm from the days when most everything was permanently exclusive to the platform you owned. You owned an Atari 2600 sorry but you were never going to play AD&D: Treasure of Tarmin. If you owned a Colecovision, you would never have the pleasure of playing ET on the Atari 2600

So 'exclusivity' periods wash right over me. I think the only way I could get agitated by an 'exclusivity' period is if I really wanted to play the game but was expected to die before it would be released on the platform I have.

If I'm right but there is no wife around to acknowledge it, am I still right?
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