Saboth wrote on Jul 2, 2021, 21:36:
Why not mount it to the top of the car (if you must)?
1badmf wrote on Nov 6, 2019, 22:25:
are the left side menus supposed to be super wide? or is it just me? i'm on a 3440x1440 ultrawide and the left side menus are... 4 or 5 hundred pixels wide. just guessing, certainly more than a 10th of total screen width. chrome/windows 10. muuuuch wider than any text in the boxes. not a deal breaker, just looks odd for the boxes to be that much wider than the text in them.
Blue wrote on Jul 24, 2019, 12:34:KS wrote on Jul 24, 2019, 12:14:
I had heard New York had great Chinese food. I don't live in NY but a local Chinese restaurant advertises "New York style Chinese food".
Based on the two times I ate there, I conclude "New York style" means "flavorless mush".
Places elsewhere also claim to serve New York-style pizza, bagels, and more. I think it's fair to say that this is rarely accurate.
Mr. Tact wrote on Apr 10, 2019, 21:30:
No price yet. I might be interested in something like that, but I'd want to try it first, which obviously isn't an option...
CJ_Parker wrote on Feb 24, 2019, 11:47:Beamer wrote on Feb 24, 2019, 10:23:
Because they have said so. It is really weird sometimes how gamers have this "I want this game and I want it now" attitude and then stick their head in the sand and ignore even official statements just because those statements collide with their wishful thinking.
A good place to start with regard to TES VI is this article at PC Gamer for example.It's years away—possibly not until the next generation of consoles come along, according Zenimax game director Matt Firor, who spoke to Gamespot. It's not coming until after Starfield, Bethesda's next big project, which itself has no release date and only a teaser trailer. Full development on The Elder Scrolls 6 likely won't start until that project is finished, which likely puts The Elder Scrolls 6's release date sometime in the early 2020s. We know—that's a long wait.
^ TES VI is most likely not even in full production yet until Starfield is out and who knows what ramifications the whole F76 debacle is going to have on Bethesda's internal schedules as they try to salvage that wreck and as desks get wheeled around.
It was probably a pretty unexpected development for them that gamers and press didn't just gobble F76 up as usual.
Next gen consoles (PS5) makes lots and lots of sense, too. We already have a slight end of console cycle "burn-out/flame-out" slump this year which is not unusual. The video games market is expected to lose momentum throughout 2019/2020.
You don't release a system selling flagship franchise like TES at the very end of a console cycle and also not at the very beginning of the next one when the install base is still (too) small.
PS5 and whatever garbage Microsoft hacks together are expected in Q4/2020. The holiday seasons of the years of the lord 2022/2023/2024 would seem like ideal candidates to push a game as major as TES VI on next gen consoles.