Tom wrote on Jan 11, 2017, 21:24:You dont need that crappy app for that, just do tick the box on Windows configuration "Defer Updates" and done.
One way to avoid issues like this is to stay at least one major release of the OS behind, letting others act as the guinea pigs. And I don't mean Windows 7 - you can actually accomplish this on Windows 10 now.
Instead of allowing the automatic upgrades from one major release to the next, get O&O ShutUp10 and check the option for deferring upgrades. You'll still be more or less forced to get security updates for the older release but it tends to be minor stuff and not the mess of breaking crap that happens on the latest OS release.
HoSpanky wrote on Jun 21, 2016, 09:56:Absolutely. I wanst sure if buying Doom, but now that Ive played the demo and seen how it runs on my pc, will buy it definitely.ItBurn wrote on Jun 21, 2016, 09:49:
Why are they doing this? It's been proven time and time again that demos don't work. Also, it's not Bethesda's habit to release demos. Seems like a waste of resources to me.
It's been proven time and again that poorly done demos, or demos of mediocre games, don't work. Demos of shit-hot, great games DO work. DOOM's multiplayer is blah, but the single player game is so, so much better than I expected.
If you have a 360 or Xbone, try the Forza Horizon or FH2 demos. They give you a taste of the full game, with a surprising amount of playable space, but not so much that you feel like you've done it all when you're finished.
Drayth wrote on May 16, 2016, 10:47:Where did you get that? Of course it can do fullscreen.
Unity can't do exclusive full screen, correct? Which means all Unity games are stuck at desktop gamma settings. Not the best limitation for this particular game, though the early footage looked pretty good otherwise.
Saboth wrote on Jan 12, 2016, 22:43:You fail to see the deal here. I plan to suscribe for 1 or 2 months and play Hardline and Dragon Age. Thats excellent value for me.
$60 a year to rent 15 games (since you lose rights to those games once you stop paying), most of which are worth maybe $2-$5 at this point. The ones that aren't that old have been around $15 on sales recently (like DA:I). A 10% discount on new games is $6. You can usually do better on GMG, Amazon (20%), etc. If their vault had say, 100 or 200 games, I could maybe see it. 15 games is a joke.
xXStellarDadXx wrote on Nov 17, 2015, 20:08:Well, I'm an avid and harsh gamer and I loved it. Played on the Xbone to death and want to buy the bundle digital as I sold the disc for quite amount of cash. I find it similar to Forza Horizon / NFS Rivals / Driveclub.
ummmm...the crew sucks and from what i hear this doesnt make it any better...
xXStellarDadXx wrote on Oct 15, 2015, 19:28:
i bought thy crew when it came out...played maybe 2 to 3 hours and deleted it...hated everything about it...im waiting to see if thy new NFS coming out soon is any good...hoping they get back to there roots and make it as fun as it was when it first came out...
ShadyPete wrote on Sep 24, 2015, 10:15:Glide was vendor specific. DX is not. And its mainstream. 99% of Windows software that use 3D use DX, not OGL/Vulkan. DX is not going anywhere.
vulkan exists in the vendor's driver. and let's say they did somehow have the OS interfere in some way and you own a game with a vulkan backend only and find out the MS is intentionally disabling features of hardware you own.
DX is the new Glide.. it's days are numbered
Shineyguy wrote on Jun 26, 2015, 09:36:
So, is it Rocksteady that's fixing it? Or the studio that did the port?
Good if it's Rocksteady, but to be honest, I think delaying the game so that development could have stayed completely in house would have been a better idea.