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News Comments > Out of the Blue
6. Re: Out of the Blue Jan 12, 2016, 15:48 Beamer
 
Retired wrote on Jan 12, 2016, 13:33:
Father and I stayed warm in the stands at the Vikings game. Was a tough loss, no fault of the kicker - Offense didn't do their job, and honestly, I don't think we could beat Carolina......

Was great to be at the game. We will be in our seats opening day in the new stadium.

Wish you had won. I have a flight down to NC next weekend. Will be very disappointed if I have to cancel them, but with Seattle...
 
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News Comments > Morning Mobilization
31. Re: Morning Mobilization Jan 12, 2016, 12:06 Beamer
 
InBlack wrote on Jan 12, 2016, 08:44:
Beamer wrote on Jan 12, 2016, 07:10:
InBlack wrote on Jan 12, 2016, 02:47:
Beamer wrote on Jan 11, 2016, 09:48:
I'd wager that, if you polled most of your friends, less than 5% of their time using their personal (not work) laptops is outside of their homes.

Im gonna go back to this statement from Beamer. As long as this is true, having a laptop for gaming is a bad idea. Not, having a laptop, not gaming, but a combination of those two things. You game on a laptop, fine, great! Good for you. How often do you take it out of the house? (And when it's out of the house, how often do you game on it?) How often does it sit in one spot in your house? Think about these questions and answer them to yourself honestly. For the price of that "gaming" laptop, you can get a destop with twice the power, twice the screen real-estate and a nice comfy chair.
Again, this requires dedicating, at a minimum, a 3'x5' space in your home to your computer.

Having a laptop means dedicating a 1'x1.5" space to it.

Unless you are living in Japan, I'm not sure that space enters that much into the equation. Remember we are talking about "gamers" here, not casual users. So in addition to the laptop, you will most definitely at least have a mouse. So you need a desk to use it on. Or at least a flat surface of some kind. Sure you can juggle your laptop in your lap, on the sofa, but who the fuck games like that? Not people who are willing to spend thousands of bucks on top of the line gaming laptops. And once you throw the external "GPU" from the article in the mix, what you get is basically an overpriced desktop, that can serve as laptop if you want. The space you say you will end up saving comes up to diddley squat. You don't end up saving any space at all, since that external GPU is sitting somewhere where you need to plug your laptop in.

It isn't so much about living space, though that's part of it, as it is just aesthetics.
 
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News Comments > Morning Mobilization
29. Re: Morning Mobilization Jan 12, 2016, 07:10 Beamer
 
InBlack wrote on Jan 12, 2016, 02:47:
Beamer wrote on Jan 11, 2016, 09:48:
I'd wager that, if you polled most of your friends, less than 5% of their time using their personal (not work) laptops is outside of their homes.

Im gonna go back to this statement from Beamer. As long as this is true, having a laptop for gaming is a bad idea. Not, having a laptop, not gaming, but a combination of those two things. You game on a laptop, fine, great! Good for you. How often do you take it out of the house? (And when it's out of the house, how often do you game on it?) How often does it sit in one spot in your house? Think about these questions and answer them to yourself honestly. For the price of that "gaming" laptop, you can get a destop with twice the power, twice the screen real-estate and a nice comfy chair.
Again, this requires dedicating, at a minimum, a 3'x5' space in your home to your computer.

Having a laptop means dedicating a 1'x1.5" space to it.
 
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News Comments > Morning Mobilization
13. Re: Morning Mobilization Jan 11, 2016, 17:48 Beamer
 
NKD wrote on Jan 11, 2016, 12:52:
Beamer wrote on Jan 11, 2016, 12:45:

Again, you're missing the primary reason why desktop PCs have been experiencing such a massive sales slowdown relative to laptops - people don't want a part of their home dedicated to the computer. It's an inelegant solution that feels dated.


I didn't miss that at all. I'm not talking about those people.

Those people are, for the most part, not gaming on their laptops. They certainly aren't playing high spec triple A games, and for the most part, aren't even plugging in a mouse. Laptops are selling well still, yes, but which laptops? The $400-600 variety.

When you're looking at a low end PC, a laptop is attractive because it's just as powerful for the things you're doing, while being small, but still being more usable than a smartphone. Useful for dragging between your bed and the living room and whatnot. Like you said, doesn't require much space set aside for it.

But when you're marketing to the core gamer, you're marketing to a different set of people who value performance and usability over something as nebulous as "feeling dated."

chickenboo echoed what I said, but I'd trade my desktop for a laptop with gaming potential in a heartbeat. A heartbeat. To date, everything has been too much of a compromise. Too heavy, too hot, too weak.

Suddenly, here's an option I could go with. It's not an elegant option by any means, but it allows me to finally ditch the desktop.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
28. Re: Out of the Blue Jan 11, 2016, 17:44 Beamer
 
DangerDog wrote on Jan 11, 2016, 14:56:
R.I.P.

Another "chemotherapy" victim no doubt.

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News Comments > Morning Mobilization
7. Re: Morning Mobilization Jan 11, 2016, 12:45 Beamer
 
NKD wrote on Jan 11, 2016, 12:21:
I never understood the point of a gaming laptop.

For the same price you can get a dirt cheap laptop good for everything you're likely to be doing on the go, and also get a regular gaming PC. A Mini-ITX build is you're concerned about space.

I don't really see any compelling reason why my laptop and my gaming PC have to be the same machine. I guess a niche scenario where someone has to move between two homes very very frequently might lend itself to wanting a very compact hassle-free gaming setup that doesn't involve hauling a 27" screen.

I just don't see the point in some shit that's only just mobile enough so that you can change what room its in slightly easier.

"Well today I feel like gaming in the fucking kitchen, good thing I got this PC that is slightly easier to move around the house."

Again, you're missing the primary reason why desktop PCs have been experiencing such a massive sales slowdown relative to laptops - people don't want a part of their home dedicated to the computer. It's an inelegant solution that feels dated.

Hell, the number of people under 30 owning TVs is rapidly falling, as an increasing number of them don't see large screens as worth the amount of real estate it takes up.
 
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News Comments > Morning Mobilization
3. Re: Morning Mobilization Jan 11, 2016, 09:48 Beamer
 
siapnar wrote on Jan 11, 2016, 09:31:
Just carry this power core around with you everywhere you go if you want decent performance!

Um...

Or, more likely, "dump that entire, giant, unwieldy, immobile desktop you have and replace it with this tiny laptop to use for 90% of your computing. For that extra 10%, you can still game by hooking it up to this Core, which will sit in easy storage when you aren't gaming and take up little room in your home."

It isn't about gaming on the go, it's about having a superlight laptop you can easily take out of your house when you need to yet still use for gaming in your house. It's about replacing your desktop and no longer needing to dedicate a chunk of your home to your computer. I'd wager that, if you polled most of your friends, less than 5% of their time using their personal (not work) laptops is outside of their homes.
 
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News Comments > Half-Life Writer Marc Laidlaw Leaves Valve [Updated]
34. Re: Half-Life Writer Marc Laidlaw Leaves Valve? Jan 8, 2016, 16:40 Beamer
 
Verno wrote on Jan 8, 2016, 16:05:
Marc Laidlaw is 55 and filthy rich, I'm sure retirement would look pretty attractive to me too at that point.

But uh sorry, back to your regularly scheduled "Valve sux...but still make Half-Life 3 please" bitchfest

No, it's called be a fat lazy fucking asshole who has no drive other than making profit from other people's hard work.

What a silly comment, as if he hasn't earned anything through hard work and some very astute incubation over the years. Running any business with employees is profiting from other peoples hard work by the way, assuming the business makes money.

He even says that's why he quit. But this is a video game forum, may as well just blame greed and conspiracy theories.
 
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News Comments > Half-Life Writer Marc Laidlaw Leaves Valve [Updated]
23. Re: Half-Life Writer Marc Laidlaw Leaves Valve? Jan 8, 2016, 14:43 Beamer
 
Darks wrote on Jan 8, 2016, 12:57:
thecakeisalie wrote on Jan 8, 2016, 12:30:
I was watching a video on Youtube that talked about HL3 and Valve and because Gabe Newell is rolling in dough from skimming off the top selling other people's content, why take the risk on trying to make HL3 and risking it flopping? They will just string us along counting their money from Steam until everyone that actually wanted HL3 dies off.

No, it's called be a fat lazy fucking asshole who has no drive other than making profit from other people's hard work. The guy has become the next George Lucas, someone who has lost his desire and will to continue on. If he can't find the time or will or desire to complete the Half Life story, then sell it off or have someone else finish it.

But please do not defend this asshole as someone who never intended to finish the HL3 story. That is utter bulshit to say they never intended to make HL3.

Valve as a whole has forgotten where they came from and what made Valve what it is today.

Do you not think Steam requires work?
 
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News Comments > etc.
10. Re: etc. Jan 8, 2016, 12:10 Beamer
 
Banned... from the forums.

I don't see how banning bad behavior on a forum is bad, just because they paid. They still have access to the game.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
1. Re: Out of the Blue Jan 7, 2016, 09:52 Beamer
 
Out of curiosity, are the auto-play YouTube ads messing with anyone else's system? I'll be typing, then discover that entire chunks of words, or even sentences, never made it to the browser. At first I thought it was only when I had multiple Blues tabs open (and I often will), but it seems to happen when I even have just one.  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
22. Re: Film vs. digital- the most contentious debate in the film world, explained Jan 7, 2016, 08:46 Beamer
 
Simon Says wrote on Jan 7, 2016, 04:03:
I really don't get all the "motion smoothing" hate. It looks and feels so much better than the stuttering and motion blur fest on "normal movies".

What is all the fuss about?

It makes everything look like a 1980s soap opera.
 
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News Comments > Counter-Strike Bans Made Permanent
12. Re: Counter-Strike Bans Made Permanent Jan 7, 2016, 08:45 Beamer
 
Muscular Beaver wrote on Jan 7, 2016, 03:35:
Sepharo wrote on Jan 6, 2016, 18:01:
Muscular Beaver wrote on Jan 6, 2016, 06:49:
Sepharo wrote on Jan 6, 2016, 00:41:
Muscular Beaver wrote on Jan 5, 2016, 23:00:
BIGtrouble77 wrote on Jan 5, 2016, 21:29:
Counterstrike is like professional cycling... I just asume everyone is cheating.
A lot are cheating. I was in Overwatch once and saw whats really happening, but I also noticed that cheaters, who try to hide it, and which are the vast majority, are not getting banned. You see that on how Overwatch works. Only if there is a more or less consensus on that the player cheated, he will be punished and you will get a message that he was. But most people only report the real obvious ones, the ragehackers and very often you dont get a message for cases where the hacker hid it well, because people just dont have the experience to see it. Thus the ones trying to hide it (but obvious to people with experience) are not getting banned!

Also CSGO being that long one of the top selling games, makes it obvious that still a lot of people are getting banned and buying a new one. And I can confirm that too. There still are a lot of ragehackers, or people who dont hide it very well.

And this here is one of those people in denial about how good people can get at CS. All those years yelling "hacker" at anyone doing decent has left you unable to distinguish reality. Hiding behind "experience" as if you're the only one able to distinguish a real hacker, your vote counts more than the others huh?

Though it must be shitty believing that everyone is subtly hacking all the time.
Oh they're just so good at hiding it!

Youre an idiot. I never said there cant be good players. Actually there are a lot of submissions where someone just is good. As I said, people just lack experience to judge whats cheating and whats not. And youre obviously one of them, and thus part of the problem since you think its not a huge problem. And no, I dont think I know it best of all. There are actually a lot of guides out there to teach people how to spot cheating. Just take a look at one and be surprised. You might turn into the person you think I am.

You said this:
I was in Overwatch once and saw whats really happening, but I also noticed that cheaters, who try to hide it, and which are the vast majority, are not getting banned.

There is no training or experience that makes you able to see subtle cheaters better than someone else to the degree to which you're describing. It's not something that can be quantified or stated authoritatively like you're trying to do. You are most likely accusing people of cheating who don't. I've seen it for 15 years now, admins and others who claim to have all this experience in detecting cheats, banning innocent people. Great aim, map awareness, perfect timing... these can all fool people into thinking that someone is wallhacking or aimbotting... they'll say it's subtle, they're toggling it, they wrote their own hack that's so good it's nearly undetectable... but the simple truth is that they're most likely not hacking, they're just good. Are there hackers like the ones you describe? Of course, but they're not common and far from "the vast majority". Basically I take issue with your certainty and the idea that out of everyone who watched and said "no hacks" somehow you're the right one by going against that. Could not those people also have the experience and finely honed hacker sniffing skills as yourself?

You assume too much. You have no clue whats going on and just because of one sentence that didnt AT ALL say what you claim youre attacking me. WTF is your problem?
I have been playing shooters for 20 years competitively. I know my way around and since I took a look at multihacks before I know EXACTLY how they work and how to spot them. Again: Read those guides, they will open your mind, but more importantly stop being so god damn presumptuous. I didnt say anything you claim, that "vast majority" was the vast majority of the cheaters! THE VAST MAJORITY OF CHEATERS ARE TRYING TO HIDE IT!!!!!!!!! GOT IT????
There are different cheaters! Do you fail at differentiation too and then blame other for seeing only black and white because you are actually only seeing black and white???
My god... seriously, get your act together, you sound like an angry 14 year old, which you surely arent.

If that's what you were trying to say, then your first comma, after "cheaters," was grammatically incorrect and Sepharo's reading is correct.
 
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News Comments > Bombshell Trailer
2. Re: Bombshell Trailer Jan 5, 2016, 11:03 Beamer
 
They did a gameplay trailer. It's a top-down dual stick shooter, if I recall.

Looked bland and boring.
 
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News Comments > Star Wars Battlefront Sells 12M?
50. Re: Star Wars Battlefront Sells 12M? Jan 5, 2016, 08:14 Beamer
 
CJ_Parker wrote on Jan 4, 2016, 19:42:



Protip: They are not. All the DLC is cut from the game and ready to go at release so DICE can 100% focus on the next game.

It's sad that people not only believe this but feel the need to pass it along authoritatively.

Helpful hint: separate budgets.
 
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News Comments > Star Wars Battlefront Sells 12M?
4. Re: Star Wars Battlefront Sells 12M? Jan 4, 2016, 10:19 Beamer
 
nin wrote on Jan 4, 2016, 09:43:
Dark Horizons points out that while it might have sold COD numbers, it didn't make COD profits (BF making $650 million). So they were sold at a mark down. By contrast, Ghosts made $1 billion, and Blops 3 made $550 in 3 days.


Nin, their source is ign. Dark horizons has no more detail than blues post. And the average selling price was $55. That isn't as negative a picture as you're painting.
 
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News Comments > Red5 Misses Payroll
24. Re: Red5 Misses Payroll Dec 29, 2015, 13:01 Beamer
 
Slashman wrote on Dec 29, 2015, 10:23:
Beamer wrote on Dec 29, 2015, 09:18:
This isn't just standard games industry stuff, it's standard start-up stuff.

You say they should have either stopped the employees from working or done layoffs. The problem with those ideas is that it's throwing in the towel. It's essentially closing shop.

I am not defending what they did, just explaining that the reason it's common is that management keeps hoping for a new infusion of cash. They're hoping that someone will invest in them, or even buy them, to keep the company afloat and keep the business running. To keep those employees employed.

Once there's a layoff, this is less likely. The company has less value because the people that gave it value are gone. Instead, anyone looking to buy is more likely to buy assets, and no one will invest because the people you want to invest in were just let go and are unlikely to come back.

Essentially, after a few rounds of layoffs, and now this, the company is almost definitely done. But this gave them two more weeks to try to avert that.

This is a developer for an already F2P MMO that is doing badly. What magic would make that suddenly right in a few weeks?

The writing would have already been carved into the wall months before. MMOs don't lose traction all in one go.

Startup or not, screwing over people who you didn't have to screw over is shitty.

And for the record, I worked for a small company once and the owner came to me and told me that things were looking bad and he had to lay me off. You know what? That was the right thing to do. the company was his dream and his baby but reality is friggin' reality. I respect him way more for that than if he had let me work for the next two/three months with nothing to pay me with.

Yes, it's unlikely, but still possible.

I worked for a small company and they warned us that we'd have layoffs upcoming. Then they warned us that our shares were worth nothing (we always knew this.)

Then, at the last minute, they were acquired, and all the jobs remained.

Yes, they never got to the point that they actually went without paying someone, but they got the hail mary everyone hopes for when they end up doing this.

If you were told you'd either be laid off 2 weeks before Christmas, or work through it unpaid with the possibility, no matter how slight, you could save your job, which would you choose?
 
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News Comments > Red5 Misses Payroll
21. Re: Red5 Misses Payroll Dec 29, 2015, 09:18 Beamer
 
Slashman wrote on Dec 29, 2015, 07:09:
cento wrote on Dec 29, 2015, 05:38:
Rigs wrote on Dec 29, 2015, 04:22:
I kinda assumed that it would have been interpreted that since I've been gaming this whole time that I would obviously know the industry around the hobby (and career, as a system builder) I've pretty much dedicated my life to. One of those read-between-the-lines things. Much of my knowledge didn't actually come from playing the games, per se, but from reading about them, and the industry, in gaming magazines, of which I have over 500 in five big plastic containers (comprising nearly every issue of CGW, PC Gamer and NEXT GEN in the 90's, along with others, some going back to '89)... ;)

Except that being an avid enthusiast, even reading so much about it... is nothing like the knowledge of having been in the industry.

Case in point, no one in the industry - NO ONE - would respond with any kind of shock to these events at Red5 as you expressed. That difference is huge. Actual familiarity means not having a bit of shock - because it is just that common. Instead, those of us that know it, just shake our heads sadly and hope these poor souls land back on their feet quickly.


P.S. - totally not attacking you. I appreciate your enthusiasm for the hobby. just sharing insight from someone that has been through exactly what these folks at Red5 are going through now.

To be fair, I don't think it's a matter of him or anyone being surprised at a company going under. But rather that they allowed staff to continue to work(apparently the ENTIRE staff compliment) without any means to pay them. Then they say they are working to resolve the issue. Layoffs should have been way before this and now that this has happened, they should be doing them right now.

I think we all know the game industry is shitty. But losing your job with little notice is different to being allowed to work with no pay incoming.

This isn't just standard games industry stuff, it's standard start-up stuff.

You say they should have either stopped the employees from working or done layoffs. The problem with those ideas is that it's throwing in the towel. It's essentially closing shop.

I am not defending what they did, just explaining that the reason it's common is that management keeps hoping for a new infusion of cash. They're hoping that someone will invest in them, or even buy them, to keep the company afloat and keep the business running. To keep those employees employed.

Once there's a layoff, this is less likely. The company has less value because the people that gave it value are gone. Instead, anyone looking to buy is more likely to buy assets, and no one will invest because the people you want to invest in were just let go and are unlikely to come back.

Essentially, after a few rounds of layoffs, and now this, the company is almost definitely done. But this gave them two more weeks to try to avert that.
 
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News Comments > Steam Issues Fixed
51. Re: Steam Issues Fixed Dec 28, 2015, 23:05 Beamer
 
descender wrote on Dec 28, 2015, 17:36:
Well of course that's where you find it... that's where lots of information is found when things are being covered up. Broadstroke dismissing "conspiracies" just shows you to be insanely naive.

You won't "trust it" until you hear about it on Fox & Friends?

No, Fox and Friends, PrisonPlanet, NaturalNews and ZeroHedge are all basically the same level of truthiness.

And RT is below all of them, considerably.

Read the document for yourself, figure out what a source term model is, and you'll see why using this as gospel for what happened rather than a worst case scenario proposed less than a week after the incident occurred (i.e., before anyone could really get close enough to know what happened) is ridiculous.
 
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News Comments > Steam Issues Fixed
49. Re: Steam Issues Fixed Dec 28, 2015, 17:11 Beamer
 
descender wrote on Dec 28, 2015, 13:46:
TECPO just recently announced that they have been lying this whole time and all of the spent fuel in reactor 4 was exposed.

No, they didn't. The only source you find for this is YouTube videos, RussiaToday, PrisonPlanet, and other irreputable, conspiracy-theory blogs.

Why?

Because it isn't true.

What happened was a US report was declassified. The US report has mention of the fuel in reactor 4 being 100% released into the atmosphere. What these blogs don't understand, but reputable news sources do, is that the report was the US Protective Measurement Team giving their response. The report people are worked up over is from 3/18, a week after the incident happened. No one knew exactly what happened then, and the PMT was giving a report based upon information that was given to them a few days before, anyway. Basically, they were given an "extreme worst case scenario," from the own words in the document, to see what the reaction would be, knowing that if they came back with "we wouldn't really do anything," that's probably the answer, given that this was, again "extreme worst case scenario."

As it turned out, the actual scenario was nowhere near the "extreme worst case."

This story was "broken" by RT. RT is a propaganda site that exists solely to make everyone not under Putin's control appear weak and inferior. Anything you read on RT is almost guaranteed to be hilariously incorrect.

 
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