Kxmode wrote on Sep 29, 2022, 19:05:I'd NEVER put any kind of saves I wanted to keep on such a service. It was foolish to do so on a google product especially with their reputation. Like if my save is worth the price of the game to me, I'd buy the game on a reliable platform.
this tweet: "Refunds are great, but the hours of gaming lost, my @Hitman saves, the 400 hours on @CyberpunkGame gone as there still no cross progression there. So disappointed. Won't be buying any Google products again."
Flo wrote on Sep 20, 2022, 07:23:Nice tweak! So are you able to chat while playing games then?
Also cool: Easy ways to tweak the performance on a per-game basis i.e. I set the TDP to 5 watt for Monkey Island so that the battery life is extended.
I installed Discord in desktop mode and added it to the steam library as a 3rd party "game" and it also works just fine. The microphone is pretty decent from what my friends are telling me.
Sigwolf wrote on Sep 13, 2022, 19:05:I was going to comment but I think you said it all
What could go wrong? EA has a long track record of being an honest company with only gamer's best interests at heart, right? There programming prowess is also unequalled, so there is certainly no way this will totally bork peoples systems.
DarkCntry wrote on Sep 11, 2022, 14:13:I'd do it for a month or two to do a popular game I was interested in, and then promptly cancel. $15 or $30 for a new $60 game (or since it's the deluxe version could be the $90 version of it) isn't a bad deal.Kxmode wrote on Sep 11, 2022, 00:50:They are the only subscription service to offer the highest available versions of their games (see: Deluxe, season pass, expansions, etc) on the service, so it makes sense that they'd push a higher average monthly fee.
$15 a month. Is Ubisoft insane?!
Fion wrote on Sep 7, 2022, 13:54:Are you also using the new nvidia driver specifically for the game?
That's great nVidia, if only turning on Ray Tracing didn't crash the game for me on my 2070 Super... even after the patch that supposedly fixed it.
RedEye9 wrote on Sep 5, 2022, 16:22:Ironically, with swing votes being so close in a lot of areas, this may have been enough all on it's own for future elections to be swayed.
red states died more frequently
Steele Johnson wrote on Aug 28, 2022, 00:20:
With some of these new Linux distros, I'd leave both Windows and macOS in a heartbeat if there were more game support and a few apps that I can't live without. It makes little sense that I'm vendor locked just for games and a small handful of apps. I've been playing around with Zorin OS for a while and I have to say that their direction is way more impressive than both MS and Apple. I really hope a Linux distro starts competing with MS and Apple (Ubuntu struggles a bit) 🤣
afka Rossini wrote on Aug 10, 2022, 11:17:Thanks for that! I was thinking about watching it.
For me, Prey is easily the best Predator movie since the original.
Kxmode wrote on Aug 9, 2022, 18:59:Sony is big enough that they don't care about a few million on EGS exclusive to lose a pile of sales on steam.
Also, very happy this is not an EGS exclusive!
Hardline Mike wrote on Aug 3, 2022, 00:59:Dude, get one they are cheap. And while that's possible, it's more likely you will start to go insane.
I don't have a carbon monoxide detector. I will know if I have a CO problem if I wake up dead one morning.
Survivors of severe, acute CO poisoning can develop long-term neurologic sequelae (e.g., impairments in memory, concentration, and speech, as well as depression and parkinsonism).4 These sequelae may arise immediately after CO poisoning or may be delayed (occurring 2–21 days after CO poisoning).4
Jivaro wrote on Jul 31, 2022, 18:27:Oh yeah?
Hades on the Deck is a freaking blast. FYI.