Warframe (ps4) Free Platinum

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 3 years ago '13        #1
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Blackprism 14 heat pts14
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Warframe (ps4) Free Platinum
 

 
This game is seriously awesome, it starts a bit slow and hard to get a grasp of but is truly an awesome game at its core.

Anyone interested in playing should log into should click this link and get free sh1T. For the game. Includes free platinum. Existing players can do it as well.


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 https://store.sonyenterta .. RFRAMEFINAL001


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16 comments for "Warframe (ps4) Free Platinum"

 3 years ago '13        #2
Blackprism 14 heat pts14 OP
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Okay, because the way the sony site loads you have to;

1. Click the link
2. Sign into your ps account
3. Search warframe
4. Scroll down and add the starter pack and check out. Its free.
 3 years ago '11        #3
sbrown1 5 heat pts
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damn thought this was something new, already got that free ps+ starter pack... not really looking to spend real money on the game though
 12-18-2013, 03:41 PM         #4
ShadowBlade 
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Yo Black, you work for Sony or Warframe?
 3 years ago '13        #5
Blackprism 14 heat pts14 OP
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 ShadowBlade said:
Yo Black, you work for Sony or Warframe?
If I did there are affidavits that prohibit the acknowledgment of such things.
 12-18-2013, 06:29 PM         #6
ShadowBlade 
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 Blackprism said:
If I did there are affidavits that prohibit the acknowledgment of such things.
Yeah, you're an employee
 3 years ago '04        #7
d2921 2838 heat pts2838
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f2p games can suck my d!ck
 3 years ago '07        #8
kyhoopsgoat 398 heat pts398
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Installing now...
 3 years ago '11        #9
sbrown1 5 heat pts
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games pretty dope... co op teamplay 3rd person shooter with swords... dunno why ppl hating
 3 years ago '05        #10
damien1928 31 heat pts31
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ive played it twice and i just cant get into it
 3 years ago '13        #11
MrIToldYouSo 14 heat pts14
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good looks..got into this game for a few days but the ridiculous prices for platinum was a huge turnoff ...might need to see how this works...100 plat if i recall dont get u much tho..will have to see
 3 years ago '13        #12
Blackprism 14 heat pts14 OP
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 MrIToldYouSo said:
good looks..got into this game for a few days but the ridiculous prices for platinum was a huge turnoff ...might need to see how this works...100 plat if i recall dont get u much tho..will have to see
You've got to give it time. Once you get off the first planet sh1T gets better. I recommend saving your in game currency and buying the "Braton" a.ssault rifle first. Then the dual pistols.

As for spending your platinum, you can buy a cheap frame, or a sentinel. Those would be my recommendations.

Also look for groups doing t1 defense and t1 void. These missions net 10k plus per run.. Plus some ridiculously awesome mods.

Last tip, meet some people, play with others, games like this are best played with friends.
 07-13-2014, 11:43 PM         #13
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 Blackprism said:
If I did there are affidavits that prohibit the acknowledgment of such things.
Under the Telecommunication Act of 1988; Addendum to Digital Signature of 1991; Addendum for Fax & Paperless Electronic Identification of 1993; Securities Act of 1997; Electronic Identification of Person(s) Annex of 2001; Identity Theft and/or Falsifying Identification of One-Self and/or Person(s), Revision to Digital Signature of 2003. Along with about a Dozen other Laws Pertaining to the (Intent to Falsify and/or Knowingly Hide) Mis-Representation of yourself is against the Law.

If you are (Directly) asked if you work for a Company you must answer Honestly (to the best of you knowledge) under the Law unless the Company or Job you Hold has any National Securities Concerns or is above a Class Ia Government Security Clearance.

So as for your answer you do have to Acknowledge Such Things.
 07-13-2014, 11:50 PM         #14
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 keyonie said:
Under the Telecommunication Act of 1988; Addendum to Digital Signature of 1991; Addendum for Fax & Paperless Electronic Identification of 1993; Securities Act of 1997; Electronic Identification of Person(s) Annex of 2001; Identity Theft and/or Falsifying Identification of One-Self and/or Person(s), Revision to Digital Signature of 2003. Along with about a Dozen other Laws Pertaining to the (Intent to Falsify and/or Knowingly Hide) Mis-Representation of yourself is against the Law.

If you are (Directly) asked if you work for a Company you must answer Honestly (to the best of you knowledge) under the Law unless the Company or Job you Hold has any National Securities Concerns or is above a Class Ia Government Security Clearance.

So as for your answer you do have to Acknowledge Such Things.
bi*ch, did you just bump this to prove this little point?
 3 years ago '10        #15
KJHARDY 81 heat pts81
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Pay to get new sh*t type of game
 3 years ago '13        #16
Blackprism 14 heat pts14 OP
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 keyonie said:
Under the Telecommunication Act of 1988; Addendum to Digital Signature of 1991; Addendum for Fax & Paperless Electronic Identification of 1993; Securities Act of 1997; Electronic Identification of Person(s) Annex of 2001; Identity Theft and/or Falsifying Identification of One-Self and/or Person(s), Revision to Digital Signature of 2003. Along with about a Dozen other Laws Pertaining to the (Intent to Falsify and/or Knowingly Hide) Mis-Representation of yourself is against the Law.

If you are (Directly) asked if you work for a Company you must answer Honestly (to the best of you knowledge) under the Law unless the Company or Job you Hold has any National Securities Concerns or is above a Class Ia Government Security Clearance.

So as for your answer you do have to Acknowledge Such Things.

 LakeHawks said:
bi*ch, did you just bump this to prove this little point?


Got damn these dudes want to be internet cops so bad.

Dude comes in and resurrects an old post to try and prove some half a.ss point? Also its his first post so thats clearly an attack from a member. Haha this dude... Probably @

Also my right is covered in this


The right to freedom of expression is recognized as a human right under Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and recognized in international human rights law in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR). Article 19 of the ICCPR states that "everyone shall have the right to hold opinions without interference" and "everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression; this right shall include freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art, or through any other media of his choice".


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 3 years ago '12        #17
Foyt 141 heat pts141
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 Blackprism said:
Got damn these dudes want to be internet cops so bad.

Dude comes in and resurrects an old post to try and prove some half a.ss point? Also its his first post so thats clearly an attack from a member. Haha this dude... Probably @

Also my right is covered in this


The right to freedom of expression is recognized as a human right under Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and recognized in international human rights law in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR). Article 19 of the ICCPR states that "everyone shall have the right to hold opinions without interference" and "everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression; this right shall include freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art, or through any other media of his choice".
don't name drop me over some bullsh*t.
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