Taulin wrote on Jun 28, 2018, 21:57:This is investing in the developement of a game, not buying stuff for an already released game. Its still crowdfunding, not an ingame shop.
This vexes me. I am terribly vexed.
CJ_Parker wrote on Jun 29, 2018, 03:18:This is just a simple publishing deal. You give game, i will sell. No fiddling with game possibe. Sad!
Deep Silver would usually mean bad news because they have a history of fucking with devs by forcing silly hip features into games or by imposing shitty DLC policies but I'm quite sure that Kingmaker is advanced enough already so that DS can not do too much damage this late in the game.
Kxmode wrote on Jun 27, 2018, 21:22:Not always. My wife smiled when her father died. He was very sick and he and the family suffered heavily during his illness. This was clearly a case for assisted dying, but our laws prevent people from doing that to themselves. Sometimes i dreamt of sneaking in the hospital and smothering his smiling face with a pillow. One time he really begged me to do that.
The death of parent is painful.
necrosis wrote on Jun 26, 2018, 23:21:Why not? But the more pressing question is ... who pays for WinRAR?
People still use WinRAR?
nomoreshite wrote on Jun 24, 2018, 06:14:No, they probably didnt make millions off Skylanders. Activision did. Billions. And Activision is well known for using every trick in the book to skim off agreed royalties or not pay royalties at all.
They must have made millions from that shit and now come begging...they deserve to lose..
Qbex . wrote on Jun 16, 2018, 04:32:Just use VPN and be done with these assholes
Nah, Australian Board of Classification mob just outright refuse to classify certain themes like they refused Hotline Miami 2. Because you know games are for children mkay. To this day I cannot buy it anywhere, gog, humble or steam they all bend over and comply.
HoSpanky wrote on Jun 15, 2018, 01:10:Physics calculations nowadays are made on the GPU, not the CPU.
The game is BONKERS physics-heavy, and expects quite a bit out of your CPU.
StingingVelvet wrote on Jun 12, 2018, 22:19:It's not. There are problems with Win7+. GOG uses a fan fix for their version of Fallout 3 to ensure maximum compatability.
Fallout 3 runs fine on Win7+, that's a ghost story.
HorrorScope wrote on Jun 11, 2018, 10:42:Its getting hammered from people who think that Blade Runner is Cyberpunk. Sadly many film makers and illustrators after Blade Runner adopted its Film Noir, 1940s-ArtDeco-Look for cyberpunk settings.
It's getting hammered for not being as dark as they were lead to believe. I guess they are thinking of a world with no sun.
Slick wrote on Jun 3, 2018, 20:19:Because i get headaches from this stupid glasses i beg to differ ... i couldnt finish Avatar in the cinema, had to wait for the Bluray release to watch the last hour. Tried 3D again with Rouge One, could not finish because of headaches.
I think that 3D without glasses is the wrong approach.
Numinar wrote on Jun 1, 2018, 03:46:Should be, but aren't. Because not many gamer do really want "Realism" in their games. There is a reason why the simulation gerne is a small niche. People want a realistic looking game, not realistic gameplay. Just look at the reactions from the BF5 trailer. Battlefield is still an arcade shooter, with bunnyhoppers and people jumping out of airplanes to fire bazookas at other airplanes. But is has to PRETEND to be realistic.
There should be plenty of noobs to play against given how “realism” is so imortant to people these days.
Cutter wrote on May 10, 2018, 23:49:A review can be unfair, when it's not criticizing the game on the basis of the game itself, but for example on the political stance of the reviewer (e.g. "too much SJW in the effin game").
How is a review unfair? Unfair because it's bad? Welcome to life, sport.
NamecaF wrote on May 9, 2018, 00:28:Those days are long gone. Exactly since Dungeon Siege 3, when Obisidian finally switched to a decent bug tracking tool. The release quality for all games since was much, MUCH better than the usual bug party like Fallout New Vegas. Patches for Pillars 1 included mostly balancing and gameplay changes, only minor technical fixes.
Yeah, being an Obsidian game, I'm gonna wait a couple of years and after 30 patches or so it should be playable by then.
VaranDragon wrote on May 6, 2018, 14:15:According to a Reddit AMA Harebrained is VERY happy with the first week.
Go Battletech! Considering that its being sold on GOG as well, these are impressive numbers.
Burrito of Peace wrote on Apr 30, 2018, 07:52:Load times on a SSD are faster, but other games gain more from a switch. Looking at the BT folder, there are over 18.000 files. Unpacking my pre-load took nearly 45 minutes on a normal drive. Copying the folder to a SSD via Steam took 15 minutes. Many small files slow down any drive, regardless if solid state or not.
I'm curious as to what your load times are. As I stated in a different thread, my load times are between 15-30 seconds depending on the amount of opposition I am going to run in to. The "kill pirate lance" missions which usually only have 4 mechs take about 15 seconds to load from launching the contract.
VaranDragon wrote on Apr 28, 2018, 04:17:Breach of an EULA is NOT illegal. This is just civil law, where you have to convince the judge, that there was some kind of damage. Distributing malware on the other hand ... THAT is illegal
BRAIN DEAD is right, except it applies to you. It's not about creating a cheating program you troll, its about "selling it" (Which is illegal, read your EULA) and about using it to insert malicious software (once again illegal) which is then used for criminal activities (guess what, illegal).
HoSpanky wrote on Apr 25, 2018, 11:56:Why not? It's the same world, the same setting. There is no need to seperate between a RTS story and a MMO story. A RTS would perfectly fit to the story and even some planned gameplay elements of "Battle of Azeroth".
WoW is still going, so unless Blizzard wants to RTS-up some of the events in WoW ...