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rain3x

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  1. It's not a "love fest" for Valve, it's about the anti-consumer practices of Epic. Also you probably meant "complacent" which couldn't be further from the truth. But you're free to continue being obtuse.
  2. Debunked nowhere. Even Sweeney himself stated "We're working to update the implementation so that the Epic Games launcher only touches the Steam file at all if you choose to import friends." Feel free to explain why they would need to update it if it's not touching your Steam files without your permission.
  3. Ah yes, I remember the super bowl this year. The New England Patriots won by default because they paid the stadium to keep the L.A. Rams from entering. True competition at its finest.
  4. You're attempting to compare apples to oranges. If Comcast paid Netflix to disallow people that aren't on Comcast from being able to stream their content, it would be much closer to this situation. Now you're shoehorned into Comcast as an ISP if you want to watch Netflix. I mean, I could continue to point out the fact that Epic is controlled by Tencent, a Chinese company that has been caught spying and stealing information previously. The fact that the EGS harvests data off your computer without your permission, the same way more malware does and the dozens of other scummy actions Epic/EGS have been implicated in recently, but based solely on "competition" aspect Epic has done nothing but bully gamers into using their lackluster, borderline virus, storefront with money they scammed off users to begin with. Lack of choice is _NEVER_ competition.
  5. That's not what "competition" means. If it were _actual_ competition it would be on Steam and EGS and players would be able to choose the platform that best suits their needs. What Epic is doing is holding customers/games hostage, not giving them more choice.
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