Discussion in 'Video Games and Technology' started by Shin-Gouki, Aug 9, 2006.
>> From joystiq.com:
WTF? that is messed up, man. I have just been violated!
I actuall heard this disturbing news a number of months ago. Glad I don't buy EA, nor do I normally play online.
No more EA
Wow, that is terrible. My friend's brother actually works at EA. You know the puck physics in the NHL games? All him.
My Step-Brother works for them, I'll have to ask my Dad WTF this is all about.
He should take tips from the Sega team.
*wishes the vastly superior NHL2k series would be released on PC*
man, that's BS. They shouldn't be allowed to give out Credit Card info at all! not cool.
EA = shitebaggers
You guys know Microsoft has been doing this for decades and AOL does it too
I should have said at least a decade
Heres one instance in requards to computer data
Heres Microsoft's stores Privacy statment, saying they collect said info.
Another thing I noticed that missed in my first post I wasn't refering to selling info, but to the big brother bit
I read the MS one, and it pretty clearly states that they can collect info with your permission, pertaining to the customers request to products, ect. That's a bit diffrent than what's going on here.
I should have been more specific. The first one he worked on was 2006. But maybe the puck physics was no better in that one than others, I have no clue. I don't play sports games.
Whoa! I recently bought an EA game - Black and White 2 and wanted to register with EA. Think I will pass up after reading this post.
I've got 29 words to say to that!
What are they going to do charge me every time i throw a touchdown pass with Peyton Manning? cuz that could get expensive if you know what i mean.
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