Simon Says wrote on Aug 16, 2020, 19:52:
"and don't look amazingly dumb"
Not sure about that part :/
Star Wars: Dark Forces and Outlaws are two classic first-person shooters that have trouble running on modern-day hardware. However, PC gamers will soon be able to re-experience them as a team is currently working on a source port of the Jedi Engine, called The Force Engine.
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Jun 2, 2020, 23:56:
Cutter, you realize that when you judge most or all people of whatever group by the actions of a few, you are in fact being prejudiced and in this case, racist? No one is supporting thievery, assault or murder, and you won't know this as a Canadian, but America is actually deeply, systemically racist. It's a serious problem down here, and police violence and murder against African Americans in particular is a large part of that. If you want video examples of that it won't be hard to find either.
Black Lives Matter Too; think of it that way, if you honestly (or deliberately?) misinterpret it as only black lives matter.
BLM is NOT about defending the crimes of criminals, regardless of their skin color. It's about getting police to actually see African Americans as human, instead of assaulting and killing them on sight. Which is going to be quite the uphill struggle, as American police are poorly trained, supervised and increasingly murderous against all people, but that's a larger problem. Try not to get suckered into racist rhetoric making out BLM to mean anything but a REDUCTION in violence by police against African Americans.
theglaze wrote on Jun 1, 2020, 10:48:
Too bad we have to wait 3 years, but good move by Codies to properly segment its rally franchises between casual fun and simcade. Hopefully it can deliver more authentic representations of the FIA calendar, with longer stages.
jdreyer wrote on May 7, 2020, 17:22:Same here. I played far more Dirt 2 than anything else.
I own most of these games. Of them all, I like Dirt 2 best. There was just something magical about it.
Frans wrote on May 7, 2020, 15:33:
No, all tiers should be able to go ad-free.
Can both of you check for the bluesnews.com cookie 'auto-login' in your browser? It should have email:password, without this you'll get the regular frontpage. Try logging out and in?
MacLeod wrote on May 7, 2020, 14:43:
I was. I just checked again, on the desktop, there are two side ads (one top and bottom of the "I support blues news" image), one banner ad at the top and one below the left sidebar content).