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DPsx7 said:
JWeinCom said:

So, it's not enough that it offers variety? Does Microsoft have to come to your house and force you to play a variety of games? What point are you even trying to make?

And no, it's not fine. This is something we've discussed among the mods. So, that's going to be looked at negatively going forwards. So, just use a normal S. It's in a far more convenient location anyway.

It doesn't and my point was made before. I think you're just trying to be a problem right now. Already stated it's not for most people but if anyone wants to try it then what do I care. I have like 300 PS4 games to keep me busy and it cost less than the rental pass. Their experiment changes nothing for me.

It's fine trust me. No reason to pull an attitude.

It's not fine. Trust me. I'm a mod on this forum. We've listened to a lot of feedback and have made it a rule not to use M$ in place of MS. Using it going forward is a problem and you will be moderated for it. I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt right now as you're a new user and politely informing you to stop with it. This isn't an attitude. It's a rule that we've come to agreement to as a mod team based on community feedback. It's similar to other such rules we have here such as back-seat moderating, calling another user a troll (that's what the report button is for) or name calling like Xbot, Pony, Nintendrone. So again, please refrain from using M$ going forward. If you have any questions about this, you can PM me or bring it up in the mod thread. Anything further here will be considered derailing.

And no, I'm not just trying to be a problem. I honestly have no clue why you would assume that someone playing games on a service that offers a wide variety of games would not play a wide variety of games. Particularly when the user in question listed the games he's played which seems in my estimation to be pretty varied. And when you could try out new games with no added cost, this seems like it would encourage people to try out games and genres that they normally would not have, if they had to pay between 20 and 60 dollars for the opportunity.