ldonyo wrote on Feb 23, 2021, 12:23:I put in a request for a refund. I'm kind of bummed, as I preordered this on 10/11/2019 at the same time I preordered Cyberpunk 2077. I think I'm done preordering games from anywhere.
I'm tempted to ask GOG for a refund on my preorder. I'm reasonably patient, but I'm not sure I can wait another two years, or longer, for this to see the light of day.
jdreyer wrote on Feb 10, 2021, 14:32:Maybe it is, but not until they download the "Beat Innocent Bystanders", and "Pepper Spray Children" DLC.
I wonder if something like this could ever be used as training for LEOs.
RedEye9 wrote on Jan 28, 2021, 16:36:It's fucking with some major hedge funds who took huge short positions on GameStop and are looking at losses in the billions because of it. This is basically the democratization of stock trading, something hedge funds and large financial institutions absolutely do not want to happen, because their money-filled sandboxes will become 'infested' with all the 'unclean' people they've been working so hard to keep from partaking in the stock market.Frijoles wrote on Jan 28, 2021, 15:41:Exactly who do you think you’re fucking with? And it’s a great feeling to be able to throw away money especially when you can ignore all the other good causes it could’ve gone to.
Bought more GME (not on Robinhood) just to fuck with them. Don't care if I lose it now.
Mr. Tact wrote on Jan 15, 2021, 14:04:Nope, it was being used to find rioters. Bumble went and banned them, too, from what the article says. Which means Bumble knows who some of them are and can expect a 'request' for data in that regard.
This seems to be poorly constructed sentence:
"The dating app Bumble has disabled its politics filter after it was supposedly used to reveal the identities of Capitol rioters, Mashable has reported."
I'm guessing they mean it was to keep "rioters" from finding each other, not that they did so to prevent authorities from identifying them.... at least I hope so.
Overon wrote on Dec 11, 2020, 12:32:I think it says a lot more about the trust fans of The Witcher have in CDPR getting everything sorted out and making CP 2077 a really great game, eventually, just as they did with Wild Hunt. I also think that these numbers will not be repeated for their next release, as people will remember this release and wait for a few months of patching before jumping in next time. I know I will.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a good game no doubt, but I cannot understand why people find the criminal release state of the game on PC with all the performance and quest and immersion breaking bugs acceptable. Not to mention the villainously awful last generation console ports. I can't even imagine playing an RPG in this state. Wait for the inevitable game of the year edition on PC for the best experience months from now which will coincide with actually being able to buy a new graphics card. But this story cements the idea that hype and marketing can sell a game no matter how awful its state is upon release and it's still can outsell anything that came before it and set new records.