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TV’s Frink said:

ChainsawAsh said:

They’re little red kiosks at supermarkets or drugstores where you can rent a movie or game for a couple bucks a day (it charges your card every day until you return it). They’re usually pretty convenient and carry Blu-Rays, too.

I honestly am surprised they still exist.

I see them everywhere around here.

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TV’s Frink said:

ChainsawAsh said:

They’re little red kiosks at supermarkets or drugstores where you can rent a movie or game for a couple bucks a day (it charges your card every day until you return it). They’re usually pretty convenient and carry Blu-Rays, too.

I honestly am surprised they still exist.

why? the prices is unbeatable. and they are generally super convenient. if i want to rent a blu-ray of a film i want to see, but don’t want to purchase, it is half the prices of renting it on a streaming service. if the prices of streaming rentals ever matches redbox, then i will stop redboxing.

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yhwx said:

TV’s Frink said:

ChainsawAsh said:

They’re little red kiosks at supermarkets or drugstores where you can rent a movie or game for a couple bucks a day (it charges your card every day until you return it). They’re usually pretty convenient and carry Blu-Rays, too.

I honestly am surprised they still exist.

I see them everywhere around here.

I do too.

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dahmage said:

TV’s Frink said:

ChainsawAsh said:

They’re little red kiosks at supermarkets or drugstores where you can rent a movie or game for a couple bucks a day (it charges your card every day until you return it). They’re usually pretty convenient and carry Blu-Rays, too.

I honestly am surprised they still exist.

why? the prices is unbeatable. and they are generally super convenient. if i want to rent a blu-ray of a film i want to see, but don’t want to purchase, it is half the prices of renting it on a streaming service. if the prices of streaming rentals ever matches redbox, then i will stop redboxing.

Well ok, I’ve never used one before, so I didn’t know the price is so much lower.

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dahmage said:

TV’s Frink said:

ChainsawAsh said:

They’re little red kiosks at supermarkets or drugstores where you can rent a movie or game for a couple bucks a day (it charges your card every day until you return it). They’re usually pretty convenient and carry Blu-Rays, too.

I honestly am surprised they still exist.

why? the prices is unbeatable. and they are generally super convenient. if i want to rent a blu-ray of a film i want to see, but don’t want to purchase, it is half the prices of renting it on a streaming service. if the prices of streaming rentals ever matches redbox, then i will stop redboxing.

Good… Half the price, double the quality.

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Apparently Battlefront II is just a virtual slot machine. I don’t know why anyone is surprised after what happened with the first new Battlefront.

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It’s a very good FPS, with extraordinary starfighter battles, but hindered by an excruciating progression system stupidily tied to loot boxes.

And what happened with the first new Battlefront ? It’s far from perfect but a fun game that capture nearly perfectly the look and feel of Star Wars ! Better than that it was almost only Original Trilogy, with very few Special Edition additions.

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It had shockingly little content at release and the rest was hidden behind a paywall.

Fight the real enemy!

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I just hope Disney pulls the plug on EA’s Star Wars license in the future. I’d love to see a new KOTOR from BioWare (or a new RPG from CD Projekt Red).

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EA owns BioWare, don’t they…?

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I own the OG Battlefront II for PC with shitloads of mods. I honestly don’t need EA’s crap version.

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RayRogers said:

I own the OG Battlefront II for PC with shitloads of mods. I honestly don’t need EA’s crap version.

Cool

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bromeo said:

I just hope Disney pulls the plug on EA’s Star Wars license in the future. I’d love to see a new KOTOR from BioWare (or a new RPG from CD Projekt Red).

I’ve lost what little hope I had for a KotOR 3. Even with EA owning Bioware, having exclusive rights to the Star Wars license, KotOR being made available on Xbone and KotOR 2 having a massive update a year or two ago on steam. Setting aside that the game series is over a decade old and it’s no longer considered “canon”, what really made me lose hope was EA shutting down Visceral because of the “linear single player” Star Wars game they were developing. I still had hope. After seeing Deus Ex get a sequel after over a decade I had hope for KotOR, but no longer. It’s a shame because it is one of the finest role-playing experiences out there along with Ultima Underground, The Elder Scrolls chapter 2: Daggerfall and Baldur’s Gate.

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J0E said:

bromeo said:

I just hope Disney pulls the plug on EA’s Star Wars license in the future. I’d love to see a new KOTOR from BioWare (or a new RPG from CD Projekt Red).

I’ve lost what little hope I had for a KotOR 3. Even with EA owning Bioware, having exclusive rights to the Star Wars license, KotOR being made available on Xbone and KotOR 2 having a massive update a year or two ago on steam. Setting aside that the game series is over a decade old and it’s no longer considered “canon”, what really made me lose hope was EA shutting down Visceral because of the “linear single player” Star Wars game they were developing. I still had hope. After seeing Deus Ex get a sequel after over a decade I had hope for KotOR, but no longer. It’s a shame because it is one of the finest role-playing experiences out there along with Ultima Underground, The Elder Scrolls chapter 2: Daggerfall and Baldur’s Gate.

OMG I need CD project red to work on a Star Wars game that would be amazing

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HerekittykittyX said:

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bromeo said:

I just hope Disney pulls the plug on EA’s Star Wars license in the future. I’d love to see a new KOTOR from BioWare (or a new RPG from CD Projekt Red).

I’ve lost what little hope I had for a KotOR 3. Even with EA owning Bioware, having exclusive rights to the Star Wars license, KotOR being made available on Xbone and KotOR 2 having a massive update a year or two ago on steam. Setting aside that the game series is over a decade old and it’s no longer considered “canon”, what really made me lose hope was EA shutting down Visceral because of the “linear single player” Star Wars game they were developing. I still had hope. After seeing Deus Ex get a sequel after over a decade I had hope for KotOR, but no longer. It’s a shame because it is one of the finest role-playing experiences out there along with Ultima Underground, The Elder Scrolls chapter 2: Daggerfall and Baldur’s Gate.

OMG I need CD project red Bethesda to work on a Star Wars game that would be amazing

TV’s Frink said:

chyron just put a big Ric pic in your sig and be done with it.

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chyron8472 said:

HerekittykittyX said:

J0E said:

bromeo said:

I just hope Disney pulls the plug on EA’s Star Wars license in the future. I’d love to see a new KOTOR from BioWare (or a new RPG from CD Projekt Red).

I’ve lost what little hope I had for a KotOR 3. Even with EA owning Bioware, having exclusive rights to the Star Wars license, KotOR being made available on Xbone and KotOR 2 having a massive update a year or two ago on steam. Setting aside that the game series is over a decade old and it’s no longer considered “canon”, what really made me lose hope was EA shutting down Visceral because of the “linear single player” Star Wars game they were developing. I still had hope. After seeing Deus Ex get a sequel after over a decade I had hope for KotOR, but no longer. It’s a shame because it is one of the finest role-playing experiences out there along with Ultima Underground, The Elder Scrolls chapter 2: Daggerfall and Baldur’s Gate.

OMG I need CD project red Bethesda to work on a Star Wars game that would be amazing

That would basically just be Fallout 4.

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chyron8472 said:

HerekittykittyX said:

J0E said:

bromeo said:

I just hope Disney pulls the plug on EA’s Star Wars license in the future. I’d love to see a new KOTOR from BioWare (or a new RPG from CD Projekt Red).

I’ve lost what little hope I had for a KotOR 3. Even with EA owning Bioware, having exclusive rights to the Star Wars license, KotOR being made available on Xbone and KotOR 2 having a massive update a year or two ago on steam. Setting aside that the game series is over a decade old and it’s no longer considered “canon”, what really made me lose hope was EA shutting down Visceral because of the “linear single player” Star Wars game they were developing. I still had hope. After seeing Deus Ex get a sequel after over a decade I had hope for KotOR, but no longer. It’s a shame because it is one of the finest role-playing experiences out there along with Ultima Underground, The Elder Scrolls chapter 2: Daggerfall and Baldur’s Gate.

OMG I need CD project red Bethesda to work on a Star Wars new Elder Scrolls game that would be amazing long overdue.

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Wazzles said:

chyron8472 said:

HerekittykittyX said:

J0E said:

bromeo said:

I just hope Disney pulls the plug on EA’s Star Wars license in the future. I’d love to see a new KOTOR from BioWare (or a new RPG from CD Projekt Red).

I’ve lost what little hope I had for a KotOR 3. Even with EA owning Bioware, having exclusive rights to the Star Wars license, KotOR being made available on Xbone and KotOR 2 having a massive update a year or two ago on steam. Setting aside that the game series is over a decade old and it’s no longer considered “canon”, what really made me lose hope was EA shutting down Visceral because of the “linear single player” Star Wars game they were developing. I still had hope. After seeing Deus Ex get a sequel after over a decade I had hope for KotOR, but no longer. It’s a shame because it is one of the finest role-playing experiences out there along with Ultima Underground, The Elder Scrolls chapter 2: Daggerfall and Baldur’s Gate.

OMG I need CD project red Bethesda to work on a Star Wars game that would be amazing

That would basically just be Fallout 4.

But Star Wars. Which would be amazing.

TV’s Frink said:

chyron just put a big Ric pic in your sig and be done with it.

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Eh, I’d rather Obsidian, CDPR, or Guerilla Games than Bethesda at this point.

And Neverar gets it - just give us Elder Scrolls VI and stop dicking us around with ESO and ninety different remasters of Skyrim…

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