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  1. While the graphics look good, what I saw of the gameplay showed pretty dumb AI. I'm not hurt over this move from Deep Silver.

  2. I don't see how this would make a difference, though. It's not like PC gamers weren't going to pirate this game anyways! All this does is give them an excuse. *shrugs*

  3. I have mixed feelings about this, I was looking forward to playing this game (I'm not downloading the Epic Games store.) I'm excited about Steam having competition though, not because I don't like Steam but because competition breeds creativity. I can't wait to see what Valve does to compete with Epic Games. Maybe we can get HL3….? Or some other new Valve titles.

  4. To everyone who values western democracy LISTEN TO ME! Epic games is partially owned by the Chinese company Tencent. China's markets try to spread around the world and hold shares in western companies, the Chinese economy grows so fast that it could soon take over the entire world. With supporting them by for example downloading the epic games launcher and with doing so also Tencent they grow more and more powerful until they swallow the world and force their communist dictatorship on our free living civilization. Stop it! You have the choice to change our future. Do not download the Epic games launcher and restrict Tencents and Chinas influence around the world.

  5. do you guys realize how much money they take from developers? This is great because it forces competition and for them to actually try to be better. Its good that many prominent developers are doing this now

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