eRe4s3r wrote on Jul 4, 2021, 06:59:Its not THAT hard. If you dont know certain words, look them up. Google is your friend.
Same here, this entire news piece left me confused AF.
Just because you're sick and tired of being clubbed over the head by left-wing extremists doesn't make one a fascist.
yuastnav wrote on May 27, 2021, 01:26:The usual complains about a game in EA not having much content. And that the demo was different.
So what's the word on the street? How is this? I've heard mixed things.
HorrorScope wrote on May 11, 2021, 14:43:Nope. There are a lot of freeware shop systems with very nice shopping carts. There are indeed patents on special features in the context of online shopping carts, but the basic principle is not patented.
Great against Tencent, but we all know it's the stupidest shit they let be patented these days, what a complete mess this makes and it further my belief there is no cart in EGS because that is patented and they would have to pay someone.
jdreyer wrote on Jan 4, 2021, 22:46:Such design descisions are not made by the common developer, but by the management of the studio. And do you hear Randy-Dandy complaining?
I'm sorry you're heartbroken, but next time develop a non-derivative, unique, and original game.
Frankly, mostly love Unreal engine games, would like to know how the "jank" reference applies.
Really curious, care to explain ?
Muscular Beaver wrote on Mar 19, 2020, 03:57:
Speaking of NOLF, I really wonder why they didnt continue that series. It was very popular and objectively very well made games. Are the rights lost in the nirvana too?
JTW wrote on Feb 24, 2020, 00:52:Playnite is VERY nice. But don't buy it on Steam
At which point I installed Playnite (which is free) and ran everything through there. It isn't a launcher, it's just a library consolidator, letting you see everything on all of the services in one place. A also set up an automated backup of the Playnite files every day, just in case.
Satanski wrote on Feb 12, 2020, 03:40:They already did three games with that setting. And then they worked at least four years on Battletech. I understand that they want to do something new and wish them all the success in the world. And after THAT i don't mind them coming back to Shadowrun
More Shadowrun, please
KilrathiAce wrote on Feb 8, 2020, 01:36:Na, he's busy being VERY silent after the Crytek-GIC lawsuit dissolved into nothing.
Maybe Derek Smart wants to take over?
Jonjonz wrote on Feb 6, 2020, 06:30:Perhaps he has excellent managerial skills, to prevent exactly this? Making sure that this project WILL ship in more or less the intended time frame? Preventing aimless meandering, while core gameplay mechanics are constantly changed? Preventing the board or marketing from interfering with the project outside set boundaries (Oh, I've seen this feature in this successful game, you have to implement this)?
How is his background relevant? Other than surviving as a top level suit in a successful franchise, what does he bring that will help Bliz/Act stop shooting itself in the foot and stop munging up the Diablo series?
Theo wrote on Feb 6, 2020, 04:38:Ahhh, you have been flagshipped!
cause hell gate london went so well...
Cutter wrote on Feb 5, 2020, 22:21:Then you don't. As long it happens only in SP, everyone is free to do as they please.
I don't understand the point of even playing a game if you're going to cheat.
Simon Says wrote on Feb 4, 2020, 20:07:In Book 2 Kovac is in a different sleeve.
They dropped the perfect Joel Kinnaman and replaced him with that guy? Dafuq?
My hype level for season 2 just cratered.
phinn wrote on Feb 3, 2020, 08:32:Stop hoping. Just wait until release. Enjoy the game, when it turns out fine and ignore it, when it is shit. But, please, STOP hoping, because thats how they get you all the time. Blizzard just exploits the emotional connection between their fans and the company name to maximize profits. Like every major does. Blizzard now is like every other shit major publisher. The adaption is finished, the caterpillar has finally hatched.
It's because all of the competent devs left at Blizzard are busy putting their heart and souls into Diablo 4.
One can hope.
eRe4s3r wrote on Jan 19, 2020, 02:47:They knew all the time. But previous revenue was high, their copy &paste games were VERY successful. Until they weren't so profitable anymore. So they simply change their product strategy. Everything else (including this statement) is just public relations and marketing to generate hype for the upcoming products.
Ubisoft is clearly not holding the beer but holy crap, it took em this long to realize this?
RedEye9 wrote on Jan 10, 2020, 19:04:No, you should really not watch it, when you work. But you can make a break and THEN watch it. At work.
FM is NSFW
Veinman wrote on Dec 4, 2019, 23:14:So, you are the one who's playing it?
I hope something gets worked out. I got a new PC, and Rune 2 works pretty well for me now. It's a fun game.