In the end, it's a question of perceptions. If you perceive these donations to be harmless to Intel's reputation, then that's good news for Intel and their shareholders.
NorthStar put forward the proposal for this exact purpose, to measure up whether the benefit outweighs the potential risk and if more should be done to manage these risks. That doesn't preclude a conclusion that there is a net benefit to these contributions and no major risk to reputation - but it's a question worth asking.
I also enjoyed CoD'a singleplayer campaigns. Played every one of them at least once.
For fudge cake!
yes the matchmaking sucks. but not for that specific reason, not really. that was always happening, back when you clicked on a server filled with players. but you had some idea how progressed players were into the round by seeing their points. it was better seeing the server you wanted to join, whos there etc
Ah, you jumped the gun on Planescape: Torment a bit. There's an enhanced edition now.