necrosis wrote on Jul 3, 2020, 20:01:Easy enough to just wait for a sale then.
Its the same assets. Same story. 99.99% of the game is already done! Why do we have to pay an extra $20 for a old game? PC users getting screwed over just like when PC games jumped to $60 for no damned reason other than "well we milked the console users for an extra $10 why not the PC users too!".
RedEye9 wrote on Jul 3, 2020, 00:10:Nice, thanks for that link. So 15% more win10 adoption rate for PC gamers is not a surprising figure compared to overall desktop market currently.
I wouldn't be surprised by that high of a percentage. Gamers were early adopters into Windows 10. one because it was free and two because it had the amazing direct x 12.
Worldwide Windows market share puts 10 over 73% on the desktop.
OpticNerve wrote on Jul 2, 2020, 16:19:Just having a naked peen on display for choosing is probably going to be controversial (aka full frontal nudity) all on its own. Plus the explicit sex scenes. And if those offend some people... maybe they shouldn't play an adult title like this or the witcher where stuff like that is featured.
Given that one of the major themes of Cyberpunk 2077 is being able to modify yourself in the future since you're not limited by what you're born with/as, this decision by the devs made sense to me. It's probably going to stir up a bit of controversy once the game is released.though.
jdreyer wrote on Jul 2, 2020, 15:27:They used to have info like that, not sure they do anymore, but as jdreyer says, it's not needed (assuming it's a truly random sampling). It is fresh info too, they do at least fresh surveys yearly. Nowdays it's opt in and they only get your info if you allow them.Acleacius wrote on Jul 2, 2020, 15:07:
I'm new to these surveys and don't know anyone who participates. Is there anyway to see how many people are in the survey? Steam has about 100 million users, but I'm guessing this isnt anywhere near a good average. Most recent info I've seen was win10 had reached about 50% saturation, but mainly due to ipads and notebooks. Neither of which will be able to run Cyberpunk 2077, afaik. Then again, I rarely pay attention to anything win10 related, so I'm sure to be behind the times.
Statistics work in such a way that a representative sample can be within a few percentage points of a distribution, regardless of size. So a few hundred users can tell us the DX distribution for all 100M users, + or - 2%.
Acleacius wrote on Jul 2, 2020, 11:17:Incorrect
Yeah, can't believe they didn't just make it DX11. It would have allowed them to gain 50% more customers, than locking it with DX12.
HorrorScope wrote on Jul 1, 2020, 11:07:Wasn't there a batman game or some such that was pulled off market for PC until it was fixed up?
Anyone have other games that went from release back into beta?
We know Final Fantasy went back into a complete rework, any else?
Gib007 wrote on Jun 28, 2020, 16:41:If you are wanting it, any way you can order it from a friend or someone on ebay or something and get it shipped to you?
Until third-party sellers sell the Valve Index VR kit, I won't be allowed to have it. Gibraltar will never be on the list of countries Valve ship to. Even Google still doesn't allow us to have Merchant accounts on their Play Store. We're like in the top 5 GDP per capita in the world.
RedEye9 wrote on Jun 28, 2020, 13:12:Likely, since I read something about how he got a text and it shocked him then he signed off for last time.
Twitch doesn’t have to notify him.
But I guarantee he know why he was booted.
Jonjonz wrote on Jun 28, 2020, 07:14:
Removing responsibility for what they publish, leaves Internet sites ungoverned and the most fertile field for chaos. We have done just fine as a democracy with paper, TV and radio held to the rule of law. The Internet will do just as fine under the rule of law, instead of almost the complete exemption and carte blanche 230 grants it.
eRe4s3r wrote on Jun 27, 2020, 15:24:Sorta kinda like US pressured Japan about indecency laws after the war that carry over today in their blurring out of genitals in media including porn... and in the USA we never got any laws like thatRedEye9 wrote on Jun 27, 2020, 15:12:eRe4s3r wrote on Jun 27, 2020, 15:05:What would make you think that?
Let me get this straight.. SS runes were not banned before this?
Oh, just that the US wrote it into law to ban it in Germans laws... you know, way back when...