Have you ever been threatened and had people turn up at your house though? A place where you and your kids live, all because they want to send a message about reviewing this game in a series you have no interest in? He stated clearly at the time they didn't have a code and if they did get one then he wouldn't be the one doing the review, and that's now confirmed, they've got a code and Oliver is covering it.It's understandable that people have different tastes in gaming. But not loving this game and not covering it sound like an excuse to be honest for being pressured by the crazies not to cover this game. Look, I hate my job and most people do not like to work, but that doesn't stop me from not working. It's called being an adult and sucking it up to get paid. I won't cry over Twitter for how much I hate working.
Except you lot are treating John as the entirety of DF, there's been games he doesn't, games he doesn't cover, that's never been an issue before but suddenly now it is? And again you've probably not even read the initial tweet that was threatening him.It's their right not to want to cover their game, but it's also our right to not want to support such cowardly behaviors. We got opinions too and do not lump us with other crazy people on the other forum as most of us here are being civil about it.
So they should go out of their way and pay for this game even though they eventually gets keys for free? Should all if DF be forced to buy this game? Should John be forced to buy this game even though he doesn't like the franchise?Also, regarding paying for the game; nobody is entitled to get a free copy of the game.
Most of you just have a hard on over this and don't want to accept that perhaps there's some people out there who are not interested in Harry Potter and it's now "political" whether you do or don't because of the JK Rowling stuff.