jdreyer wrote on Dec 22, 2019, 15:22:
I wonder if these will be our gaming monitors in 10 years.
Wallshadows wrote on Mar 23, 2016, 09:44:
I'll likely skip these fluffy nuggets and get Far Harbor.
Saboth wrote on Mar 7, 2016, 19:21:I agree.. It is too expensive at the current price. I wonder how this compares to Samsung's Oculus VR.
At the ~$300 price point, I was set to buy. Heck, even at $400, maybe. At $800, nah. I think if they'd released at the $250-$350 price point that they'd talked about for years, all of these would have been a smash hit. Hopefully there's enough sucke...I mean early adopters so the projects can get their feet under them and sway more developers so the price comes down to something the other 90% of gamers will pay.
JohnBirshire wrote on Nov 10, 2015, 22:39:This is one good reason why I like to wait for a few patches to be released before I start playing a new game.
I asked for a Steam refund already.
Sound issues right off the bat, could hear the female speaking, but males lips just moved with no sound. Half the controls would not work, check forums, countless complaints about the interface, gave up. No in-game option for changing FoV or turning off mouse acceleration? I don't care if you can turn it off by editing files *you actually have to edit 3 files each*, this is clearly a console port with not even one ounce of PC-centric effort.
Epic failure. Incredibly disappointing, have been playing Bethesda games since Arena: The Elder Scrolls.
Beamer wrote on Nov 5, 2015, 17:56:
I'll be eligible for a Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book. Can't wait. Beats the 6lbs POS HP from 2013 they gave me when I joined. Lugging it home sucks. Lugging a Surface home will be ridiculously easy. Or even unnecessary, as they'll finally let me virtual machine in with my desktop. Then I just need the Surface for travel.
Creston wrote on Nov 1, 2015, 18:13:Yeah, me too as I have 350 or so games on Steam..
Holy shit. I'd have never guessed I was in the top 1% (probably in the top 0.1%?)