News moves stocks. When companies get hit with bad news, it moves their stocks, regargless if the company is making money. Look at Activision Blizzard falling solely bc of the Diablo Immortal announcement. Deceptive business actions and missed estimates will hurt a company even more.
Do not read too much into stock. It is not as though the company was losing money, because its profit comes from selling games, not selling its own shares, and even shareholdes do not have to sell their stakes to make profit; they can simply order the company to pay dividends.Certainly that person should have either continued sleeping or been hostile, but the problem is not that the reaction was not appropriate, but that it was not appropriate in particular way, i.e. he/she started talking about ME, and that is so because everyone likes to talk about ME. That is what I find mildly disturbing.lmao think this just shows up the limitations of ambient dialogue. sometimes is better for unimportant characters to just stfu.
Yeah, well, that is because any game has to be centered on player, but more recent games tend to overdo it to a degree they feel like a narcissist's fantasy; not only you are the centre of the universe, but everyone tries hard to be excited about it. I just burgled to a room in Kraken's Eye, the one with a person lying on bed, and guess what he said? The Dyrwoodan captain! Are you here to stay?
Edited by Verde, 02 December 2018 - 12:32 PM.