It means what you think it means. It's meant to antagonize the readers. "What's up?" is basically a trashy "come at me".
"Kingdom Come encourages you not to with an achievement for staying a virgin"
"Kingdom Come encourages you not to"
"Come, encourages you not to"
"encourages you not to come"
English is a messy, beautiful language.
I appreciate the attempt, and in hindsight I get it, but in this particular case it is a bit of a stretch.
Nowhere is safe from this stuff at this point.
If he made it and owns it, he can call it whatever he wants to XD If he wants to call the game a tortoise, it's not our place to deny him that choice. Not that it'll force us to do the same.
The statement alone will never stop people seeing or comparing it too other MMOs, but the entire point is to try and interest the single player gamers, the Skyrim and Fallout RPGers, that they want them to believe they can have fun in this game with our without using the MMO social aspects. It's also happily take their side (that the MP components are not needed to enjoy this title).
I still wouldn't recommend a new player get into this game (there are generally better RPGs out there, both for the SP and the MP gamers), but I know many who love the ES universe and have enjoyed ESO as a single player game (even a couple who became multiplayer players where they used to avoid anything MP).
Ah, okay, yeah, that I can agree with. I suppose we should count ourselves lucky they didn't end up using 3.0.
hey, I had a lot of fun with NWN despite it being 3.0. Shame we never got a 4e game
A literal? Did you mean *liberal*?
what? no. This ain't /pol/ son. Cultural Marxism don't real.
I mean the developer and publisher lack credentials, and the system itself has lots of issues left over from the 3.5 era