Desalus wrote on Jun 22, 2020, 10:50:
Glad to see Quantic Dream porting these games to PC. Hopefully this means their future games won't be PS exclusive.
Here's my ranking of their games:
1. Heavy Rain
4. Beyond: Two Souls
Heavy Rain had a great story and was suspenseful and exciting. Detroit had a much deeper message than their other games and was very enjoyable. Fahrenheit started out strong but the last act of the story was really disappointing.
With Beyond the story and gameplay just felt too weird to me so I never finished it. With one character to play there also seemed to be less consequences to repeatedly failing quick-time events (no chance at an untimely death). I remember I purposely tried to fail every step of basic training and she still passed with no apparent consequence to the story.
PHJF wrote on Feb 26, 2020, 13:04:
Here is the problem... HM chairs are notoriously expensive, and Logitech’s G stuff is usually pretty cheap.
HorrorScope wrote on Feb 23, 2020, 21:28:killer_roach wrote on Feb 23, 2020, 14:37:
The real question is why Valve is entitled to 30% of my gaming money
That's not an entitlement, it is a contract and this is business.
Prez wrote on Feb 23, 2020, 13:57:
The real question is "Why would I choose Epic over Steam?"
Slick wrote on Nov 30, 2019, 11:41:
All that for $25 million? That seems like a bargain.
RedEye9 wrote on Oct 23, 2019, 12:12:
10cent's low is $40, not quite sure what they mean by support?
HoSpanky wrote on Sep 30, 2019, 12:25:
Other voice actors for the game are in the same Union he is, so...what’s the real reason? How did he think that wouldn’t be spotted immediately?
Bill Borre wrote on May 18, 2019, 15:07:
Don't think so. He's just one cat among the multitude of cat videos.
Simon Says wrote on Mar 28, 2019, 20:02:
It's a temporary rebate by 1 UK website...
MindStalker3 wrote on Nov 12, 2018, 10:33:
Yeah, I'm not believing this. Even if its based on cost plus normal markup, they aren't going to release it until they can get it down to $1200 a most. at $1700 it would flop hard, even $1200 would be a tough sell.
Burrito of Peace wrote on Oct 31, 2018, 17:22:
Set top boxes are such a fucking racket. They're just decoder boxes with an HDMI out that could be handled by something about the size of a pack of playing cards. Most often, even the "premium" movie channels don't broadcast in actual 5.1 let along 7.1 surround sound so it's not like they have some high quality DAC in there that is spitting out true surround sound.
Scheherazade wrote on Oct 28, 2018, 01:50:
Fraud/etc are illegal in and of themselves. The speech is incidental.
Legal business plans are ... legal. It's just illegal to let people know the plans.
The government's claim in this case are in themselves spin. Elon had an agreement with Saudis for Saudis to buy into Tesla, which the Saudis and others verified. But because the Saudis had not yet made a move to commit the purchase at the time of the tweet, the govt asserts that the agreement didn't count (which then makes the tweet a lie). (and after US govt heat came on, the Saudis backed off anyways, coming to 'self fulfilling prophecy' territory).
Basically, short sellers with govt connections had a shit fit because they bet on a stock value crash, and it didn't happen.
Cutter wrote on Oct 21, 2018, 14:38:Stormsinger wrote on Oct 21, 2018, 12:39:
Shit like this is one reason I hope to win the $1B+ lottery. Then watch me spend lavishly to kill companies who place profit before simple decency.
SF and California already spend a ton of money on them. If the issue here is that these corps aren't paying there fair share that's one thing but it's not their responsibility to house the homeless. There is exactly zero shortage of cheap housing in the US. Those people can and should be leaving SF for places they can actually get a job and afford a place to live. If you want to waste your money, that's entirely up to you. I can think of literally a million better ways to spend it/use it.
Cutter wrote on Oct 10, 2018, 21:59:
Bezos is such a fucking scumbag.