phinn wrote on Jan 12, 2021, 16:56:
But I have no doubt Intel will marginally the gaming crown back with a +19% IPC jump if they maintain clock speeds
HoSpanky wrote on Oct 24, 2017, 12:33:Yes, he bailed when newegg was sold, did not like the new owners at all.
they have a great deal.
This seems...sketchy from all sides. The investor clearly didn’t look into what they were investing in very closely, and Newegg does appear to have purchased questionably. I hope Newegg and its devastating patent troll destroying legal team stays around, although after their star lawyer left, it’s been quiet on the troll-smashing front. If I recall correctly, he left about a year ago...was it because of the buyout?
Slick wrote on Jun 17, 2016, 00:07:
game still feels rushed and unfinished, and they're already peddling DLC... sigh, had such high hopes for this one
HITMAN starts with a Prologue Mission and a Paris location on March 11th, followed by the next location, set in Italy releasing in April and then Morocco releasing in May. From there HITMAN will deliver regular monthly content updates, including three additional locations; Thailand, the US and Japan until the season concludes in Japan later in 2016. In addition it features weekly live events and additional planned content in-between the monthly updates.
DrEvil wrote on Dec 14, 2013, 01:58:Ouch!SirKnight wrote on Dec 13, 2013, 21:57:
Looks like it's finally time to partition my Xubuntu drive in half (1TB) to make room for SteamOS.
You can't do that; the installer (regardless of whether you pick expert mode) WILL ERASE YOUR ENTIRE HARD DRIVE.
wtf_man wrote on Nov 1, 2013, 20:43:30 days? Your lucky.
Well... I'll believe it when I see the fix.
In the meantime, having to logon every 30 days or so, still pisses me off.
Cutter wrote on Jun 8, 2013, 18:22:I thought all contracts were null & void once THQ went into bankruptcy?Grifter wrote on Jun 8, 2013, 17:43:
actually this guy might have a case. If I am not mistaken this guy left ubisoft to make the game 1666 and THQ was his publisher. When THQ went belly up Ubisoft bought the publishing rights and from the way it looks pulled the plug on his game soon after they gained the publishing rights.
Yes, but as someone else mentioned a few days back on this - can't recall who, might have been Dev or Parralax - this is cute move on Ubisoft's part because they haven't cancelled the game, only suspended it - indefinitely - so it's not technically not a breach of contract. I suppose it comes down to the actual specifics of the contract. But, as these these things aren't undertaken lightly he obviously feels he has a strong enough case to take action on it.
ViRGE wrote on Apr 19, 2013, 10:19:First off, it wasn't $50K, *if* you believe the kickstarter for homeworld. They said they had additional funding. I am guessing it went for $100K minimum.eRe4s3r wrote on Apr 19, 2013, 10:13:Who would even pay more than $50K for Homeworld? Sure it was an interesting series, but having been dead for a decade there's not much value to it right now.
So how can we NOT know who owns the IP? If anything the one who bought it should blast the fanfares and hype us "We will do Homeworld 3" .. but this? This is just weird. No info at all?