The previous James Bond game was by no means a must have, but at least it could be a little fun to play. As for 007 Legends, we must say there isn't much to prevent it from being forgotten by players in the days to come. Not only is it a pale Call of Duty skin, but it fails to deliver in every department: stealth is a pain to play, the investigation scenes are not really interesting either, and the shooting mechanics are not fun, with bulletproof enemies who can spot you even when you're crouching far from them, but who will take forever to take a shot at you when they get close. To top it all, the game looks dated visually speaking and framerate cannot even stay smooth at 60 fps. No really, there are tons of other things you can do other than spending your time and money on this one.
After the Facebook scandal, the Russians hacking, and so on, at least Europe is taking steps. The US didn't do shit. (1 Hour ago)
I definitely don't fault people who can't afford to comply. And the situation sucks for them. That doesn't really draw any final conclusions about GDPR one way or the other. (3 Hours ago)
is handled in general. And that data doesn't need to be sold or even contain very personal information. We're talking about user profiles and game stats and shit. (3 Hours ago)
@nostradamus: People in that situation are just shutting down (like SteamSpy). But even if the core business isn't the handling of that data, we're talking about how user data generated by games (3 Hours ago)
data that may be core implementation of your data structure, all new process workflows when data enters the system and the way they are treated) it can be Super costly to implement. (3 Hours ago)