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Signed On Feb 11, 2006, 23:49
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News Comments > Hardware Reviews
2. Re: Hardware Reviews May 11, 2011, 14:21 CJ_Parker
The Advocate wrote on May 11, 2011, 12:40:
I'm...kind of underwhelmed by the launch of the Z68 platform.

SSD caching? That's it?

Well, congrats on obviously not reading (or understanding?) any of the linked reviews at all. There are a few more noteworthy benefits of Z68 but you know what? HAHA. I'm not gonna tell your lazy ass. Go read it yourself.

Also, if you would be informed (very hypothetically speaking here) you would have known what to expect of Z68 and what place it is taking between P67 and Z77 (Panther Point) next year. It's called having realistic expectations after thoroughly informing yourself about a new technology but that would require reading (the actual act of reading plus comprehension) which brings us back to square one of your apparent issues *sigh*...

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News Comments > Ships Ahoy - Crysis 2
30. removed Mar 22, 2011, 20:16 CJ_Parker
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News Comments > Duke Nukem Forever Multiplayer Modes
2. Re: Duke Nukem Forever Multiplayer Modes Mar 21, 2011, 21:25 CJ_Parker
bwwhahaha cock slapping da bitch to make her stfu is teh awesum!!1

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News Comments > Steam User Loses Almost $1800 in Games Due to Ban [Updated]
3. Re: Steam User Loses Almost $1800 in Games Due to Ban Mar 14, 2011, 19:02 CJ_Parker
I don't get it either. Why are dumbfucks who can't read news? Also sorry to hear that his appeal was successful. A sad day for Darwin. Another moron prevailed.

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News Comments > Alice: Madness Returns Gameplay Trailers
5. Re: Alice: Madness Returns Gameplay Trailers Mar 5, 2011, 19:28 CJ_Parker
Bumpy wrote on Mar 5, 2011, 18:25:
Wow, such a cookie cutter platform/fighter game this appears to be. Disappointment is huge.

I was hoping for scary, haunting and shocking with more realism.

All 3rd person view is also a let down.

Qué el fucko?!? Why the fuck would you expect anything like that from an Alice game? The first game was all 3rd person. It was not scary or haunting, let alone "shocking" (*ROFL* at that one) unless maybe if you were three years old at the time and it was most definitely not even close to realistic (even bigger *ROFL* at that one). Get a frickin' clue about what (kind of) game we're talking about here, will ya please? kthx.

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News Comments > Diablo III Interview, Male Demon Hunter Revealed
3. Re: Diablo III Interview, Male Demon Hunter Revealed Feb 18, 2011, 19:34 CJ_Parker
mag wrote on Feb 18, 2011, 13:31:
the game's grittier feel

Wait... weren't we all complaining about the WoWification of it pretty recently?

What are you? A mindless drone that is controlled by a hive mind and needs to reassure itself that it is programmed correctly?
Sheesh, dude. How about making up your own fucking mind about what you think about the "WoWification" (or not) of Diablo 3? What a concept! Actually, you know, being secure and thinking all for yourself. Wow! A-fucking-mazing!

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News Comments > Pirates of Black Cove Trailer, Details
1. Re: Pirates of Black Cove Trailer, Details Feb 10, 2011, 14:16 CJ_Parker
Most underwhelming trailer ever. Or close at least.
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News Comments > No S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 Console Compromises
34. Re: No S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 Console Compromises Jan 12, 2011, 18:17 CJ_Parker
Veinman wrote on Jan 12, 2011, 14:56:
I just started playing through the first game. This game is damn hard!

No it ain't. You're just a damn n00b!

As for the topic: That's what they all say so big fucking yawn @ GSC. I'll believe it when I see it. No sooner.

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News Comments > Ubisoft DRM Relaxed?
2. Re: Ubisoft DRM Relaxed? Dec 31, 2010, 14:18 CJ_Parker
GayBlade wrote on Dec 31, 2010, 14:09:
I am still boycotting all games from Ubisoft and I have no intent to stop boycotting until they stop treating me like a criminal.

Wow that's rebellious. I can hear Ubi shaking in their pants from here!

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News Comments > CoD DoS Arrest
45. Re: CoD DoS Arrest Dec 10, 2010, 23:00 CJ_Parker
Safety Helmet wrote on Dec 10, 2010, 20:58:
It didn't disrupt the operations of a commercial online service. For one it's free to play online, for two it wasn't an Activision server.

First of all I'm glad that Flatline already set you straight, son. Secondly, you may want to check if that "safety helmet" of yours isn't constricting the blood flow to those few parts of your brain that might still be functional. You're a funny critter.
The part about it not being a commercial service when actually you have to pay for the game was pretty good already but saying it wasn't an Activision server makes it almost priceless. You do realize that when talking about a "server" that there is a physical component (hardware) and a virtual component (software), right?
And guess what? The CoD server software very much belongs to Activision. As soon as you're launching their EXE and fucking around with it you're at the very least in violation of the EULA and possibly other contractual obligations. And if you're abusing their EXE in ways that include the application of a DoS attack via an external program then we are apparently in criminal act territory under UK law (Computer Misuse Act as the BBC article states) or this arrest wouldn't have taken place. It's that simple really.

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News Comments > CoD DoS Arrest
24. Re: CoD DoS Arrest Dec 10, 2010, 18:50 CJ_Parker
space captain wrote on Dec 10, 2010, 16:14:
wasnt there a good number of people here who wanted to roast all the nasty software pirates over a spit? i wonder if this news fills them with glee

Thieving asshole roaster right here, Sir, and it doesn't just fill me with glee as you so eloquently put it but I'm about to spank the monkey over these news as I am imagining how jail niggah Bubbah is asking this little dipshit to pick up the soap. Bwwaaahahahahahaha...

It's funny that they quote the guy saying "this type of crime" when it isn't even a crime in the first place.

How is intentionally disrupting the operations of a commercial online service not a crime? Let me guess... you're one of those commie hippie assholes who believes it's only a crime if "the man" does something your type considers as bad for some mystical reason.

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News Comments > Star Wars: The Old Republic Updates
22. Re: the irony award goes to... Dec 3, 2010, 18:05 CJ_Parker
HAHA JoeNapalm pwned that ockky guy like the little Vietnamese village idiot that he is

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News Comments > ArcaniA - Gothic 4 Patches
10. Re: ArcaniA - Gothic 4 Patches Nov 24, 2010, 06:43 CJ_Parker
Jerykk wrote on Nov 24, 2010, 04:53:
On the bright side, the success of Fallout: New Vegas might convince some publishers and developers that making games deeper and more complex might actually be a good thing.

You mean like the success of Dragon Age convinced BioWare to make a deeper and more complex sequel? Oh wait...

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News Comments > Six Days in Fallujah Still Possible
10. Re: Six Days in Fallujah Still Possible Nov 16, 2010, 15:16 CJ_Parker
We could have done that, but that would have taken away one of the reasons why we made the game, which was to recreate the specific stories of some people who are our heroes

Heroes? So white-phosphorusing the living fuck out of a few thousand unarmed civilians is somehow considered to be "heroic"? Mmmmk. More proof that we live in a world that's fucked up beyond any hope of salvation.

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News Comments > Fallout New Vegas Patched
26. Re: Fallout New Vegas Patched Nov 10, 2010, 08:51 CJ_Parker
Agent.X7 wrote on Nov 10, 2010, 03:22:
Yeah, impressive how fast they fixed issues in a game based on an old engine that had the EXACT SAME ISSUES IN THE LAST FALLOUT GAME. I still can't believe they released it like that.

No kidding. This is typical Obsidian incompetence. I'm with those guys who will be waiting for the $10 (max) GOTY edition of FNV. Until then they can shove their inferior product where the sun don't shine.

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News Comments > Evening Tech Bits
4. Re: Evening Tech Bits Nov 4, 2010, 17:21 CJ_Parker

Now unless they are price fixing again (in accordance with AMD and AMD's pricing of the HD 6970) this is going to end up being one of the quickest price cuts in the history of computer hardware when the HD 6970 hits the market on November 22nd.

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News Comments > EA Staff Cuts
23. Re: EA Staff Cuts Oct 29, 2010, 12:04 CJ_Parker
AnointedSword wrote on Oct 29, 2010, 08:51:
"No company in the software development sector fires its experienced workforce."

Huh? We do it all the time. If the demand is not there, businesses have to cut the work force. If a company does not get paid, how are they going to pay the workers?

I am not saying this is the case with EA, but sometimes business owners and leaders have to make the hard decisions. This includes letting go experienced workers.

I know I should have added "unless they absolutely have to" but I thought it was clear from the context of the ongoing discussion. Whom or how many get fired depends on a lot of other factors as well, of course. Like the complexity of your software or the tools you are working with. Some people have invaluable skills or experience or a rare combination of skills so that letting them go is simply not an option.

Anyway, I think that anyone who is working in the video gaming industry should know the rules of the game. It's hire & fire at its best. If anyone wants job security they need to go look somewhere else. Actually I'm sure that EA is one of the places with the highest job security [in the video gaming industry] simply due to their sheer size. Of course no one is talking about the indies and the small studios who hire & fire all the time but if EA lays off a couple hundred out of a few thousand (Wikipedia says 8,000) it makes the headlines and there is an outcry of [dumb] people. Boom! Bang! Murder! Rape! It's just retarded.

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News Comments > EA Staff Cuts
21. Re: EA Staff Cuts Oct 29, 2010, 08:14 CJ_Parker
InBlack wrote on Oct 29, 2010, 06:20:
We dont really have any of the details do we. Im under the impression that most of these people were probably working on a contractual basis of 3 or 6 months, and their contracts have probably just run out. I cant see a company firing experienced full time employees who have "permanent" positions unless they screwed up somehow.

Dude, take it easy with the intelligent comments will ya?
You're 100% correct, of course. No company in the software development sector fires its experienced workforce. The costs of hiring new (or re-hire the former) people and the expenses for fully (re-)integrating them usually far outweigh the savings of a couple months salaries. These definitely must have been temporary positions to begin with which is standard practice in a project based environment like game development. Business as usual. Nothing to see here. Move along.

Naturally all of this is a little bit hard to understand for your average Blue's News knucklehead commie cunt who's having pipe dreams about Fidel Castro run 100% employment guarantee corporations that serve as infinite pools of welfare money for the untalented, poor and lazy like themselves.

I guess what I'm really trying to say with that last paragraph is: Fuck the dumb.

/peace out
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News Comments > German Call of Duty: Black Ops EU Ban
10. Re: EU Call of Duty: Black Ops German Ban Oct 28, 2010, 13:19 CJ_Parker
theyarecomingforyou wrote on Oct 28, 2010, 12:39:
The problem here lies with Germany's absurd media restrictions and censorship.

No it doesn't. I know that you're a Steam fanboi and don't want to hear it but the problem in this case is Valve. Living in Germany I can import any game from the US, the UK or Austria or from wherever the fuck I want. If the game is actually forbidden (as opposed to just being USK 18+) in Germany then there is a small risk that the game might get zapped by customs. That risk is pretty much zero if I order from the UK or Austria because of the whole free trade thing in Europe. Then if I have the game in my hands I can freely install and play it. No one can stop me from playing the game. This is how it usually works when Steam is not involved.
It is only because of Steam that I can not activate or play an imported copy of CoD Black Ops and as far as I know Black Ops is not even a forbidden game (yet). It's just a USK 18+ game. It's a complete asshole move by Valve and Activision not to allow German players to unlock their imported copies.

If German citizens aren't happy with this then they can either boycott the game - which wouldn't really help their cause

I don't give a fuck about a "cause". I will boycott this game and torrent the fucker as soon as a crack is available. Activision and Valve can fuck off and gangbang each other in the A or something.

...or they could build up enough momentum to force a change of government policy. Perhaps a game this big will be enough to finally start that.

Sorry but that is complete bullshit. After the killing sprees that we have had over here in Erfurt and in Winnenden we can call ourselves lucky that there is no total ban on violent video games. The majority of the population would be in favor of such a ban. As gamers we are the minority and we want to keep a low profile and not stir up any unnecessary shit or it might backfire very badly.

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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
7. Re: Morning Tech Bits Oct 25, 2010, 15:15 CJ_Parker
Wowbagger_TIP wrote on Oct 25, 2010, 14:49:
I doubt anyone will be forced to upgrade. Just like many kept running Windows 98SE or Win2K rather than going to XP. If it's a better OS and has features that I want and are worth the price, then I'll probably upgrade. Simple as that.

Exactly. All the whiners need to shut the fuck up. I think it's great that MS is going back to a more frequent upgrade schedule because this way Windows will be adapted to new technologies in a timely fashion and we will have native support for stuff like USB 3.0 or SATA 3.0 without the need to wait several frickin' years before MS decides to pull their finger out of their ass. That was just plain horrible how you still needed a floppy disk drive for something as simple as a RAID driver because Windows XP was so hopelessly outdated. Come on. No one can seriously want to go back to shit like that. A new Windows every ~3 years sounds about right to me.

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