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Real Name Michael Rigs   
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Description A+-certified Master PC builder and Lifetime PC Master Race card-carrying member. Currently, lurking and keeping my mouth shut.
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Signed On Sep 10, 2002, 02:12
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
24. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Apr 26, 2017, 15:34 Rigs
 
Oh oh!! Can I guess who the MOST miserable poster is?! Can I? Hmmm...I'm gonna go with Cutter...seems obvious and I only had to buy one vowel...

For the record, remind me never to piss in your cornflakes, Beamer...

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News Comments > GTA Online Tiny Racers Update & Tax Refund
5. Re: GTA Online Tiny Racers Update & Tax Refund Apr 26, 2017, 15:22 Rigs
 
Hey *R, how about you detach GTA Online into it's own...thing...and get to workin' on GTA6, ja? Or maybe...oh! OH! Maybe you can bring RDR and RDR2 to PC? Wouldn't that be nice? Why do you hate money?


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News Comments > Galactic Civilizations III Crusade First Turn
7. Re: Galactic Civilizations III Crusade First Turn Apr 25, 2017, 21:17 Rigs
 
I freakin' loved GC2...omg, I couldn't recount the number of hours I've lost to it. GC3 on the other hand? Eh. It's a nice upgrade. I spend a lot of time in the ship design editor so the graphic fidelity upgrade was nice. What I couldn't really stand was the reliance on ore and minerals (and other such things that don't exist) in order to build certain ships or ships with certain weapons. That drove me nuts! I didn't want to be shackled to rush the resource areas in order to build what I wanted. Then if I didn't have enough, I had to trade for it, which is realistic, I suppose, but not very fun. So I went back to GC2 and had my fun but then I missed all the updates so now I'm kinda in a middle-ground where I want to play but I don't want to play GC3 or again with GC2... Sigh

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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
12. Re: Morning Tech Bits Apr 25, 2017, 21:06 Rigs
 
RedEye9 wrote on Apr 25, 2017, 20:23:
Rigs wrote on Apr 25, 2017, 18:36:
RedEye9 wrote on Apr 25, 2017, 13:33:
Don't rush to install Windows 10 Creators Update, unless you like beta testing your OS.

Don't update. We'll post all the links where you can get the update...BUT DON'T UPDATE! Movingalong Not to mention the article is 20 days old,
Thanks for keeping your response short, it really matters. Time does not stop for posts on the internet and if you had bothered to read it instead of looking at the date stamp you would have gleaned that the author recommends waiting for 4 months while you let others beta test the service pack.

Woody writes numerous articles on how to repair Microsoft's blunders, he's also written several books for computer users. He included links for the update because he's cool like that. https://www.askwoody.com/

Ooh, pardon me, Your Highness. How dare I bring a different opinion to the discussion. You get tired of trying to be right all the time? That's Cutter's job and he does a damn fine job of it. He doesn't need some lackey riding his coattails to insignificance.

The article was written before the final update was out and thus is speculation. MS could've put anything in it between then and the release. Beta's are always crappy...hence why it's a fucking beta. I don't care if it was two days before release, they could've fixed half the crap he complains about. The point is he didn't know but still cried out to anyone that would listen (or apparently is extremely infatuated with him) not to touch because 'Windows Bad!'. Whatever, champ. If it's enough to make him feel like a 'journalist', then so be it. It sounds like fear-mongering to me.

Oh, and if I want to write a fucking novel as a response, I don't need your permission.

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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
8. Re: Morning Tech Bits Apr 25, 2017, 18:36 Rigs
 
RedEye9 wrote on Apr 25, 2017, 13:33:
Don't rush to install Windows 10 Creators Update, unless you like beta testing your OS.

Don't update. We'll post all the links where you can get the update...BUT DON'T UPDATE! Movingalong Not to mention the article is 20 days old...

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News Comments > Dawn of Andromeda Next Week
2. Re: Dawn of Andromeda Next Week Apr 25, 2017, 18:31 Rigs
 
Creston wrote on Apr 25, 2017, 13:10:
Graphics look nice. Anyone play this?

As long as they got the facial animations right, I don't care how bad it plays...

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News Comments > Alien Isolation Sequel Rumored
22. Re: Alien Isolation Sequel Rumored Apr 25, 2017, 18:28 Rigs
 
Drayth wrote on Apr 25, 2017, 17:55:
ItBurn wrote on Apr 25, 2017, 17:26:
Rigs wrote on Apr 25, 2017, 16:52:
SOMA was ok...the 'twist' is kinda in 'well, yeah, duh' territory but it was a nice romp.

What I liked wasn't exactly the twist, but how the concept was presented and how it made you think about it by living it. A movie couldn't have done a better job of presenting that story.

This exactly. Once I figured out the "twist" I was a little disappointed at first, but the thoughts stemming from being in the situation were surreal. I think that's what they were shooting for.

Edit - Also, any modern play through of Alien Isolation should include the Alien AI mod, which allows the Alien to roam the entire map instead of always staying within a certain radius from you (also tweaks it's behavior a bit). And the Alias Isolation mod, which adds a Temporal AA to the game that eliminates 99% if not all aliasing. Whatever blur it adds I can't even notice.

Oh, don't get me wrong, it was an amazing game, story-wise, I agree. It's just they tried to hide the 'twist' from you for most of the game when most of the actions you make leading up to it kind of make it obvious. Maybe it was just me. I'm probably focusing on that one thing more than the more surreal aspect of it.

As for the Alien AI mod, didn't that make the alien even harder to get away and hide from? Yes, it might make it so it roams the whole station (I was under the impression it did that anyway but I guess not) but when it finds you, from what I've read, that's it for you...no way you're gonna hide from it. Then again, I was only reading about it when the mod was young so maybe the mod author adjusted it. I should try it again.

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News Comments > Alien Isolation Sequel Rumored
19. Re: Alien Isolation Sequel Rumored Apr 25, 2017, 16:52 Rigs
 
ItBurn wrote on Apr 25, 2017, 14:55:
If you like this type of game, you should really play Soma. It doesn't get enough recognition and I wish more people would play it. It's not just an horror game though, and it's not as scary as isolation, but damn it's fun to explore and I loooved the story.

SOMA was ok...the 'twist' is kinda in 'well, yeah, duh' territory but it was a nice romp. Now 'The Solus Project', that's an awesome adventure/survival/somewhat-horror game! It's mostly puzzles, nothing too hard but in the middle of the game you run into this...thing...that chases you and I swear, they nailed the creepy aspect. It's just a smoky black, shiny all 'round the edges. And when I say black, I mean BLACK! Like looking into a blackhole of nothing. It's really freaky and the soundtrack adds to it. (Don't even get me started on the 'doll children'!) Not to mention when you're exploring this alien world, there's a chance that there'll be a meteor shower or a really nasty tornado, complete with dread-inducing music that gets louder and more ominous as it gets closer. Then you have to run for cover or die! A really surprising game, I wasn't expecting it to be as good as it was. I need to finish though, I got about 80% in and got distracted with other things. But it sits there...waiting.

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News Comments > Out of the Blue
5. Re: That is NOT going to rub out. Apr 24, 2017, 19:01 Rigs
 
We now have a copy of the transcript of the ferry's cockpit voice recorder...let's have a listen:

'Oh shit'
*sounds of the rudder creaking from being pushed so far to the left*
'Oh shit'
'Oh shit'
*sounds of the anchor dragging on the harbor floor*
'Oh shit'
*sounds of people running for their lives to the back of the ferry*
'Oh shit'
'Fuuuuck!'
*crash*

And there you have it!

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News Comments > Out of the Blue
12. Re: Out of the Blue Apr 24, 2017, 18:48 Rigs
 
BobBob wrote on Apr 24, 2017, 18:04:
Blue wrote on Apr 24, 2017, 17:30:
BobBob wrote on Apr 24, 2017, 17:21:
Do you think Macron or Le Pen will win the French presidential election?

Yes.

So you don't think a giant extinction level asteroid will hit us first?

Let's just say that given the way things have gone the last few years and how 'dark' the world seems right now, our luck would see the asteroid hitting us two years after the nuclear apocalypse. Just when we start to get our 'Fallout' on, BOOM!

If I could live on Mars, I'd be there by now.

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News Comments > Out of the Blue
6. Re: Out of the Blue Apr 22, 2017, 12:32 Rigs
 
Nimh wrote on Apr 21, 2017, 17:50:
Blue, Keep a notebook of all discussions, requests, quotes, and payments made (listed by time/date). We are in the final stages of the same ordeal and it's amazing how unclear a simple punch list can end up being.

Listen to Mrs. Brisby, Blue. They're the smart ones, remember...

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News Comments > Call of Duty: WWII Announced
19. Re: Call of Duty: WWII Announced Apr 22, 2017, 10:05 Rigs
 
Sneakycamper wrote on Apr 22, 2017, 09:19:
Hey That is What TRUMPS RELECTION Campaign IS all About !!! Yes Folk We have him For 8 MORE YEARS !!! Goodness !!!

Dammit, almost made 20 posts without a mention of Trump or politics... Sigh

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News Comments > Activision Classics on Steam
19. Re: Activision Classics on Steam Apr 21, 2017, 22:04 Rigs
 
Orogogus wrote on Apr 20, 2017, 18:16:
I'm not sure what you're talking about. I don't think MW2 got textures until the Titanium edition. But if you go on YouTube you can easily see videos showing it with untextured polygons and sprite explosions.

The old demo is the one with the Marauder and the Puma/Adder, right?

Yes, the first few versions of MW2 after release had untextured polys but the original was even more sparse and generally less...polished. (Maybe because it was still considered 'beta'? I dunno)

As for the demo, I'm not sure which Mechs were featured, I'll have to dig out the demo disk and try to image it and maybe get it running in Dosbox, if possible. I can't find anything on the Net about it, though I know there were ads in various mags at the time for the original design, so maybe I can dig up one of them. My 'Net connection is really shitty so bringing up something in Google Images takes forever. I'll find it eventually...

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News Comments > Morning Mobilization
2. Re: Morning Mobilization Apr 21, 2017, 16:54 Rigs
 
I dunno...I'm getting the feeling that BGR.com really doesn't like the new iPhone8 design...

- 'Itís official: Everyone hates the iPhone 8 design that just leaked'
- 'Someone rendered that leaked iPhone 8 design, and it looks even worse than we thought'
- 'These leaked iPhone 8 schematics are a travesty if theyíre real'

...nah...I'm probably just over analyzing it...

Also:
'The idea of having to fumble with your phone to hit a fingerprint scanner on the back of the phone thatís positioned more than halfway down the phone might actually be nauseating.'

Really? Nauseating? It makes you physically nauseous because you have to hit a button on your phone that's takes all of .02 seconds more than if it was in the front?! Fuck you, you entitled little twit! You know what's really nauseating? Reading that article, and the string of articles that all say the same. exact. fucking. thing. every. day! I just had my gallbladder removed two weeks ago and for a while I couldn't eat a damn thing without feeling like I was going to puke my sore guts up! After, whenever I eat something, I have to wait up to 30 mins to make sure I don't have to run to the bathroom for it to come shooting back out one end of me! And you sit there telling me that a button on the back of a fucking phone makes you nauseous?! Steamingmad

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News Comments > Activision Classics on Steam
16. Re: Activision Classics on Steam Apr 20, 2017, 18:05 Rigs
 
VaranDragon wrote on Apr 20, 2017, 04:01:
SM0k3 wrote on Apr 19, 2017, 23:37:
Cutter wrote on Apr 19, 2017, 22:41:
SM0k3 wrote on Apr 19, 2017, 21:14:
damn i was about to go all in if steam finally got "interstate 76 nitro pack".

If there's any game that deserves a remake/remaster/update these days it's Interstate '76.

QFT! I spent countless hours in that game back in the day!

Yeah, man just the soundtrack for that game was pure awesome. I still have the CD somewhere. I hope.

The thing about I76 was that it was basically Mechwarrior Mercenaries, only with muscle cars.

Well, yeah, it has that new Mechwarrior smell because it was built on the Mechwarrior2 engine. It sorely needs a remake. The graphics are iconic but the engine is...creaky, especially nowadays. Good luck getting the textures to play nice, especially the sky. I've never had any luck with it, really. Even Interstate '82 had the same basic problems when trying to get it running right. It's a shame we couldn't have some kind of Win95/98 emulator. Dosbox is about unbeatable for games up to and including the early Win95-era but beyond that, from say 1997 on, we're still don't have any definitive app unless you feel like reinstalling Windows98 on a spare system. Most virtual machines don't support D3D very well, if at all. So that's out. Who would've thought we'd need a Win95-emulator twenty years later?

On a slightly off-topic note, I have a demo of Mechwarrior2's original design. (Not to mention a very early demo of Tie Fighter that still has most of X-Wing's assets and had a launcher touting the 'new' Dodge Neon! It's a two 3.5" disk set. I should try to get it imaged one of these days so it's not lost to history when the disks go, if they haven't already) See, Activision had a rough time with MW2's development and apparently it went through a re-write because the demo I have (on 3.5" disk, courtesy of the old 'PC Entertainment' magazine (that became 'PC Gamer'...yes that long ago!)) is nothing like what came out. Well, I mean game structure-wise. The engine is similar is some respects but there's NO textures whatsoever. All polys. (And sprite-based explosions) It's a strange thing to play and watch, knowing what it eventually became.

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News Comments > Prey Trailer
10. Re: Prey Trailer Apr 20, 2017, 03:02 Rigs
 
The way I see it is this...the reason people are so...meh...on this game is that it really hasn't been explained to us. Who's the protagonist? Who's the antagonist? Why? Why here? What makes this station so important? They've given us small tidbits but they're expecting us to find out everything within the game, which is fine for an established IP and series, but not really for a new one. Take a look at Alien: Isolation, which I've been getting major vibes from when I see anything to do with Prey. I kinda overdosed on A:O backstory and 'lore', especially about the setting itself. So when we get another space station being invaded by nasty ol' aliens, I'm just kinda like...huh. I don't think I'm alone in that feeling. And before A:O, we had Dead Space (especially 2), before that, System Shock 2 (though not technically on a station). So at this point a game about fighting bad guys on an abandoned space station is getting a little stale unless the devs come up with a good reason why we should care. Is this whole 'Mimic' thing a reason? I can't really tell, to be honest. I haven't seen enough of it. I don't know enough about the setting or the bad guys. With A:O, you know the setting, you know the alien. With Dead Space 2, you knew the bad guys, the space station, while pretty to look at, was really just background window dressing. Here, we know nothing. So after a Conga-line of similar titles, how can one be expected to be excited about another one without knowing why?

=-Rigs-=

*Note this post might be tad bit disjointed as I'm half asleep but I think I got my point across...maybe...
 
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News Comments > Grimoire Gets Greenlight, Due Next Month
29. Re: Grimoire Gets Greenlight, Due Next Month Apr 19, 2017, 15:45 Rigs
 
Tipsy McStagger wrote on Apr 18, 2017, 16:57:
jdreyer wrote on Apr 18, 2017, 06:23:
Well, at 600 hours of gameplay, you could rest assured not only would she be not wrapping her Camaro around a telephone pole, but also that she'd be not out getting pregnant. Win-win.

Some people want to have grand children sooner though.. Just gotta be willing to take care of the babies more.

Yeah, uh no, she's not having kids at 19...she's, thankfully, mostly concerned with college and working. I'm not keen at being a grandfather at 40. I was already a father at 18, we don't need to rush it. She's got a good head on her shoulders, she knows that her future is more important and that she has plenty of time to worry about those other things. My only wish is that a lot of her girl friends her age had the same attitude and outlook. Most of them are more concerned about finding a rich daddy for their future brood than worrying about how they're going to provide for it. (Most 'rich daddies' tend to take off at the first hint of any kind of commitment)

jdreyer wrote on Apr 18, 2017, 06:23:
Just don't let her see Skyrim Enhanced Edition before she plays this.

Surprisingly enough, for all her RPG-craziness, she despises Skyrim. She just can't stand it. Not sure why. She's not crazy about Fallout either. It could be she's more skewed to CRPG's like Kingdom Hearts (her fav) than straight, traditional RPG's. But then, I've seen her spend much time with Witcher3 soooo...beats the shit outta me...

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News Comments > Grimoire Gets Greenlight, Due Next Month
21. Re: Grimoire Gets Greenlight, Due Next Month Apr 17, 2017, 22:57 Rigs
 
RedEye9 wrote on Apr 17, 2017, 18:31:
Blakemore has been working on his game since 1997 and actually ran its first beta test in 1998: If you'd had a baby the same day you played the beta, she would now be pestering you for the keys to the car.

My daughter was born in November of 1997, she's not only gotten her license and keys to her car, she's already rolled it and now working two jobs to get it fixed. Now that she's gotten beyond her 'wrap the Camaro around a telephone pole' right-of-passage without getting herself killed, she'll probably be interested in this game. She's a major RPG nut...

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News Comments > Star Citizen Free Fly & Roadmap
42. Re: Star Citizen Free Fly & Roadmap Apr 17, 2017, 05:04 Rigs
 
jdreyer wrote on Apr 17, 2017, 03:23:
6) Let's take a look under which administrations the economy thrives, thus providing govt revenue to prevent deficits: Oh, look, it's Democratic administrations. Funny that.

I take issue with this one point. I always felt (and still do) that most of the 90's thriving economy wasn't the result of Clinton's Presidency. I really don't think his actions did anything more than not screwing up whatever was happening to begin with. No, instead I think most of it had to do with Reagan's policies finally coming to fruition (I don't think Bush Sr. changed much in his four years to deter his predecessors influence) and the continuation of the technology boom that started in the early 80's, entering the Internet-age. These two things are what setup the 90's to be so 'incident-free'. I think Clinton took a lot of credit for what Reagan put into motion a decade before. And even with all this, he still couldn't keep the government from shutting down every few months!

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News Comments > Star Citizen Free Fly & Roadmap
36. Re: Star Citizen Free Fly & Roadmap Apr 16, 2017, 19:30 Rigs
 
Dacote wrote on Apr 16, 2017, 10:28:
Rigs wrote on Apr 16, 2017, 08:40:
WaltC wrote on Apr 16, 2017, 08:18:
Political fluff snipped
Even more political fluff snipped.

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Ugh

Really? You must be joking...or trolling...and given your past posts, I'm going with the latter...

Kxmode wrote on Apr 16, 2017, 16:40:
The feeling is mutual.

Indeed.


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