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In spite of Activision, thankfully.
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But don’t you know that if they don’t strike down every fan game ever they’ll automatically lose their copyright immediately! What, do you want Mario, Pokemon, and Zelda in the public domain so that anyone could make games about them?!
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Yeah, that’s my hope as well. Went into the first a bit apprehensive, but starved for a Bioware-esque RPG, and enjoyed it for what it was. Sadly it was lacking in pretty much every single area. Story, characters, gameplay, setting, choices, etc, etc.
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I enjoyed the first game, even if I wish it let me be even more anti-colonialist than it did (siding with the natives is really the only correct choice, so more nuance, and choice in that area would have been great). That said, flipping perspective gives me hope that they heard that most people didn’t really feel like doing a colonialism in 2019, and are going to do better by the natives of Teer Fradee (and the cultures they’re based on, by extension). At least, that’s the hope.
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That’s my read as well. When corporations not treating you with respect is the norm, finding a sliver of that anywhere feels like a godsend. Not that I think YouTube is a morally superior platform or anything, to be honest, but I can see why the grass looks greener.