Ending was for ME3. There was an event around ME2 release where FOX talked about ME relationships, having sex with aliens and all. I don't remember if they included LGBT in that but if I remember well, there was an episode where BiowEAre wasn't sure if they'd include the option in the second game. Now, when ME3 was released, there was a real position by the company to include same-sex relationship.
IMO, it was a marketing push because it was at the same time as the whole gay marriage debate.. but that's just me.
I don't understand how it can be wrong to name the camp Rivendell. People won't think it's the "real" Rivendell or anything like that. I simply don't understand why it's supposed to be wrong. Isn't all this things inspired from the work? They're not copies, it's just like fan fiction, just like people getting/making cosplay custume. If I was the person with this copyright, I would have sent materials to the summer camp so that they are better equiped to promote my money-making stuff. I would have written about it and show it as a good initiative. That way, the day you decide to release something official, people get aware of it and buy it more often.. and you'll get people regularly asking for rights to make promotionnal items, etc.
Yep. I have more than 500GB of games waiting for download on my Steam Account. Legal stuff. A game can sometime be up to 15GB.. that can get over your bandwidth cap pretty fast. I can download about 168.75GB per day.. approx. And I have a 90GB bandwidth cap.. PER MONTH.
Common sense? Common sense is to be able to get a service worth what you pay for. Getting charged $8 per GB exceeding your cap isn't fair. Getting massive transfer rate but ridiculous bandwidth is also bullshit. I'd pay a lot to get 5Mbit/s and unlimited bandwidth but no.. all I get is a stupid 15Mbit/s and a 90GB cap. If bandwidth really cost anything, I'd be another matter. But right now, there's no one being paid to deliver your Bytes to your computer.
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