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  • NinjaKlaus

    It's way more likely the only reason they backed down at all is because of Disney getting a little antsy. Star Wars has a big movie coming out in a few weeks and it's just bad business to have the brand tarnished before that. You let the movie rack up 4 weeks of profits and then suddenly the DLC is back and badder than ever.

  • NotWearingPants

    Key word is "temporarily". Outrage goes down, Christmas presents bought, after the first of the year when it can't be returned, it gets turned back on.

    It's EA, Screwing customers is their business model.

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