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Signed On Feb 11, 2006, 23:49
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News Comments > UK Anti-Piracy Campaign
52. Re: No subject Aug 20, 2008, 15:05 CJ_Parker
 
I present to the court exhibit A on why the defendant, CJ_Parker, should be castrated immediately to prevent possibly passing on fucktardedness to any offspring he might have, assuming he ever get's laid.

ROFL... man, I almost fell outta my chair laughing at that one. Thanks for the entertainment!
 
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News Comments > ANNO 1404 Announced, Movie
4. Re: No subject Aug 20, 2008, 14:45 CJ_Parker
 
What does ANNO stand for exactly?

You didn't really just ask that, did you? I sincerely hope (for you) that you are still in elementary school because any higher level of education and not knowing what "anno" stands for would be outright scary as fuck. Honestly.

Anyway, as Blue pointed out it's Latin. The original noun form is "annum" (= the year). "Anno" is the ablative form and translated means "in the year". You might have heard the phrase "anno domini" (in the year of the lord). The international versions of the Anno games have been named after that common phrase (1602 A.D., 1701 A.D. etc.) while the German version is just Anno 1602, Anno 1701 etc.


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News Comments > UK Anti-Piracy Campaign
11. Re: No subject Aug 20, 2008, 10:00 CJ_Parker
 
Would you care to provide some examples Parker?

You mentioned Germany? Links? Quotes?

Ummm... nope. How about me not doing the work for you? If you doubt what I said then feel free to dig up evidence that proves me wrong but since I live in Germany and know a thing or two about how the law works over here, you're just going to have to believe me. For example, no one in their right mind here in Germany is still using p2p programs (like eMule) for file sharing since traffic is being tracked by industry law firms 24/7.

Oh and while you are at it Parker why dont you give a call to that unemployed single mother being accused of file sharing, and tell her she is a skank whore and that she will rot in prison for file sharing, and that her kids will starve, since that sort of thing gets you off so much.

Sure. Will do. Got the fucking filthy thieving whore's phone number by chance?
 
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News Comments > UK Anti-Piracy Campaign
8. Re: No subject Aug 20, 2008, 09:30 CJ_Parker
 
Not only is this completely without precedent in European law at least its....

You are (once again, if I may add) completely wrong. Thousands upon thousands of file sharers in European countries such as Germany (where the law allows that the ISP helps track down law offenders) have gotten very similar letters (cease and desist kind of letters with a warning notice and a fine that you needed to pay to escape further prosecution). This is by far not the first time something like this is happening. Other publishers (and music labels, too) are well known for tracking down pirates in countries such as Germany.

How they mean to prove that these people are pirates is also beyond me, unless ISPs have been (illegally) providing P2P information to said private companies.

Thinking is not one of your strengths is it? *sigh*
OK, the way it works is that the parties (the private companies) go to an attorney and sue for damages/penalty. The attorney then needs to find out who the offenders are. The only way to find out is via the ISP since all they (the suing parties) have is a list of IPs. Now, if the initial suspicion that the person behind the IP is indeed a perp is strong enough then the ISP must surrender the customer data. Whether the initial suspicion is strong enough is usually decided upon on a case by case basis. What usually plays a role here is the volume of (copyrighted) data that has been transferred or exchanged and/or the number of files on offer and the duration for which the person has been using p2p (or other) networks to exchange copyrighted material with others.
Totally normal procedure in certain countries and not "OMFG!!!???!! this is without preshuuhhdense!!111". Clown.

Jesus christ, what a fucked up world we live in.

You got that right, champ. A simple look in the mirror coulda told you so.
 
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News Comments > UK Anti-Piracy Campaign
3. No subject Aug 20, 2008, 09:09 CJ_Parker
 
Right on. This is a step in the right direction though I wish they'd take it a step further and like in Muslim countries start chopping off body limbs (preferably genitals if the subject is male) for this shit. The practical problem that pirates usually have micro penises can hopefully be overcome by the use of nanotech.
Come on, ya pussy Brits. Do it right and let's have public mass castrations! That'd be fun! I'd even join a pay-per-view or subscription channel for that kinda entertainment .
 
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News Comments > Far Cry 2 in "Only Two Months"
51. Re: ... Aug 19, 2008, 14:16 CJ_Parker
 
Well for a good while now the industry has been unable to get away with a shitty game. In other words word of mouth is stronger than marketing and pre-release hype.

Complete and utter bullshit. Get a fucking clue, please. It's easy, too. To get a fucking clue that is. Just check out the top 10 best selling games for each week. There's always fucktons of shitty games on there.
What games sell is determined by marketing for the vast majority of games. There is a very small minority of very far and few between cases when a low key game all of a sudden rises from the bottom to the top because of word of mouth.
You got it all wrong. Now go sit in a corner and weep. kthx.
 
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News Comments > Dragon Age Toolset Plans
9. Re: oh snap Aug 17, 2008, 20:06 CJ_Parker
 
Beyond that.. you must be a kid cause you should know when it comes to bioware.. their games don't always look 'top of the line' but the gameplay is better then any other game out there.. at least their PC games are.

Ummm... fanboi much? It doesn't surprise me that the quality of games is sinking lower and lower with attitudes of simpletons like you who think that the generic crap that BioWare keeps pumping out is the pinnacle of gaming.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
3. Re: No subject Aug 17, 2008, 16:23 CJ_Parker
 
It's "dessert", not "desert" by the way.  
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News Comments > Crysis Warhead Next Month
31. Re: ... Aug 13, 2008, 18:44 CJ_Parker
 
And I have a decent computer (C2D@3.4GHz, 6GB RAM...

6GB RAM? WTF?!? Are you retarded? Ever heard of dual channel which has only been around for -what- five years or so??? "Decent computer" and 6GB of RAM.... HAHAHAHAHAAAA... that was a good one, man .
 
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News Comments > Divinity 2 Ego Draconis Press Release
6. Re: No subject Aug 8, 2008, 16:46 CJ_Parker
 
Like I said before, I'll only play it if these morons ditch StarForce

Dude, talking about morons... check the mirror much lately? . Firstly, Divine Divinity didn't even have StarForce. Secondly, UbiSoft ditched StarForce a looong time ago already and the only reason Beyond Divinity, the sequel to Divine Divinity, had StarForce was UbiSoft. Thirdly, keep a close eye on that mirror, will ya? kthx .
 
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News Comments > Project RPB = Risen
8. Re: New countdown Aug 6, 2008, 17:50 CJ_Parker
 
Bethesda isn't really known for QA... have you seen the Unofficial Oblivion Patch? I think it has like 1000+ fixes, including many for broken quests.

Bullshit. The vast majority of the fixes in the unofficial patch is typos and minor cosmetic stuff. Oblivion was nearly bug-free out of the box. There was only about a handful of (side) quests where if you had some really, seriously bad luck, they'd get fucked up but overall the game was smooth sailing for most people.
I'm not a big Oblivion fan myself but credit where credit is due and Bethesda did a good job on Oblivion QA. Not excellent. Not stellar. But a good, solid job nonetheless.
 
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News Comments > NVIDIA PhysX Previews
16. DirectPhysX FTW!!!11!! Aug 6, 2008, 17:31 CJ_Parker
 
MS need to get their fingers out of their asses and come out with DirectPhysX to end this retarded PhysX vs Havok vs WTF shit. One API that every gfx card can address or make use of. That's what's needed. MS need to stop being pussies and rediscover their evilness. They need to tell all these parties that it's either DirectPhysX or no physics ever again on a Windows OS because they will sabotage any efforts to establish a proprietary API. That would not only be funny as fuck but also effective in getting somewhere with all this physics crap.  
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News Comments > Call of Duty 6 in 2009
12. Re: No subject Aug 3, 2008, 08:42 CJ_Parker
 
There was a Call of Duty 5? How did I miss that?

You didn't even read the first sentence of the news post, did you? No, you didn't. Dumbass.
 
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News Comments > Legend Hand of God English Demo
6. No subject Jul 29, 2008, 17:07 CJ_Parker
 
This fucker is low quality trash. Pass.  
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
5. Re: Mouse Jul 21, 2008, 13:05 CJ_Parker
 
If the mouse goes extinct at all then it's more likely going to be replaced by those fingertip sensor thingies that were recently shown off at some event I can't quite recall. But touchscreens and facial recognition surely won't cause the mouse to go extinct. They might replace the mouse in some very specific applications or devices where relatively little user input is required like mobile entertainment or home entertainment apps/devices (music/movie players of all sorts) but other than that it ain't gonna happen.  
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News Comments > Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath SecuROM Fix
14. Re: No subject Jul 18, 2008, 18:51 CJ_Parker
 
This is the reason why almost every game I've picked up in the last year has been either through Steam or Impulse (formerly SDC). Online authentication probably works better at preventing piracy, and you don't have to worry about shit like SecuROM.

Errr... there are quite a number of Steam games that come with additional SecuROM protection. Get a frickin' clue, por favor. kthx.
 
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News Comments > Fallout 3 Movie
62. Re: yuck Jul 16, 2008, 17:36 CJ_Parker
 
CJ Parker, your homosexual tendencies aside, have you ever played Fallout1 or 2?

What homosexual "tendencies"??? I R TEH KING OF TEH GHEYL0000RRRRRDDDZZZZ, d00d!!!11!!!one!11

To answer the question: Yes, I played FO1 and 2 and thought that they sucked overall. They had some neat aspects like the many different choices about how to approach a situation but in the end I felt that the negatives outweighed the positives. I can definitely understand how or why some people like the games but to refer to them as the ultimate in CRPG'ing is absofuckinglutely ridiculous in my not so humble opinion. They might have been pretty good games if you can deal with the stuff that sucked but best RPGs ever? Come on. Get a life or something.
 
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News Comments > Fallout 3 Movie
56. Re: No subject Jul 15, 2008, 17:54 CJ_Parker
 
The deeper the elitist asshole fans get fucked in the ass, the broader the smile on my face...  
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News Comments > EA to Publish Rage
46. Re: No subject Jul 15, 2008, 17:52 CJ_Parker
 
Seriously, why must every game strive for photorealism?

An id game MUST be leading the pack in the gfx department. It is their major trademark. Blow people's socks off with uber visuals.
Asking the question you asked is kinda like asking "Seriously, why must every Blizzard game have multiplayer?"
 
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
2. Re: No subject Jul 15, 2008, 17:47 CJ_Parker
 
No, Intel is not really getting SLI. The real story here is that nVidia will not be making a chipset for the Bloomfield CPU (Nehalem). That's why they offered the nForce-200 SLI chip to the board manufacturers so that the board makers can now produce X58 boards with SLI support. There hasn't been a direct licensing agreement between Intel and nVidia regarding SLI technology though.
The initial rumors that Intel got SLI and nVidia got QuickPath in exchange turned out to be false (at least as of now).
 
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