Simon Says wrote on Jan 5, 2021, 06:46:
Even more bad news, new 80$ flat tariff on GPUs going into effect.
After the almost doubling of prices post crypto craze, the bots, the scalpers, the new crypto crazy, the low and midrange are gonna eat the worst with that crazy tariff... THANK YOU MR.DRUMPF! You're a fucking lifesaver for "sticking it to the Chinese"!
And you just know this is gonna get reflected on Canadian prices too..
Kxmode wrote on Dec 26, 2020, 17:37:Maybe. But with Epic there is no such thing as “free”. I’m certain of that.Lord Tea wrote on Dec 26, 2020, 16:41:Kxmode wrote on Dec 26, 2020, 15:42:Not for me. No Epic account, therefore no EGL and no freebies for me.
The solution is obvious. More freebies.
That's a peerless level of deductive reasoning.
Kxmode wrote on Dec 26, 2020, 15:42:Not for me. No Epic account, therefore no EGL and no freebies for me. But it’s no free crypto mining for others either....
The solution is obvious. More freebies.
Saboth wrote on Dec 25, 2020, 16:11:
Should have just focused on a low-bug PC version, then once it was stabilized, focused on next-gen, then after all that analyzed to see if it was worth it for last gen consoles.
Capitan wrote on Dec 19, 2020, 02:14:
This is how it goes when heart and your soul aren't involved in the development of games. EA was the first to only release games that the masses wanted to make big money. Board staff at Cyberpunk 2077 made the same mistake. And in this case, it's also spiced with a lack of knowledge of how to make a game.
Guess this is how future gonna be...?
Simon Says wrote on Dec 12, 2020, 17:36:
Just for the bone crushing crunch, the lower ladder employees definitely deserve it. Management... not so sure.
wrlwnd wrote on Nov 30, 2020, 06:42:
If CD Projekt only offered it on GOG, I'd buy it there. But they didn't. Oh well.
Cutter wrote on Nov 19, 2020, 20:48:Sorry mate, but it’s not 2015 anymore. Things have changed quite a bit since. While ED is still a massive grind (has always been since 1984 and will always be) you can purchase trade data in game. Besides there are tons of fan sites that give you this information in real-time.
"Take control of your own starship in a
And fixed. You can travel FTL but you can't get prices for commodities from stations unless you land on them.
RedEye9 wrote on Nov 16, 2020, 17:56:
There are no spoilers in the clip and it’s not even in English.
The Half Elf wrote on Nov 17, 2020, 02:21:Quinn wrote on Nov 16, 2020, 18:52:
A hunch tells me the graphics will disappoint many people. It will lack detail up close, look too metallic or plastic, lighting and effects... it will all look like what you were used to in games 5 to 8 years ago. Animations and good scenes will make up for much of it.
I dunno, it's what I think I'm seeing when I pay really hard attention in some of the gameplay vid segments I've been watching.
I won't care. I would even welcome it. And the spec requirements are on my side as well. But since most gamers think devs have been making logs until now and CDP just invented the wheel with Cyberpunk, I am expecting some outrage come December.
I'll have my popcorn ready by then.
Praying my 1080ti holds up. *puts away Cyberpunk 2077 shooting up kit and pulls out Cyberpunk 2077 prayer alter and 3 pairs of kneepads*
VaranDragon wrote on Nov 13, 2020, 02:37:
Elite dangerous for free is a steal, just to check out the space flight/fight aspect of it. It's a game you kind of have to work at for it to be fun. I've tried it in VR and while everyone is going on about how crazy good it is, well the immersion is definitely better but it's still an empty shell, where you have to make your own game. Some find that fun, I find that Im just not that into it, which might have something to do with the fucking control UI being some of the worst (and unintuitive) I've seen. Still for 0$ bucks, everyone who even remotely enjoys space sims should check it out.
MattyC wrote on Oct 28, 2020, 14:09:Mr. Tact wrote on Oct 28, 2020, 13:52:Bumpy wrote on Oct 28, 2020, 13:19:Okay. I have to admit that is a complaint I wouldn't have expected to see. If the core game play was constantly being changed I might understand it, but it isn't.
I keep wanting to buy this game but refuse to because of all the continuously added on content and features.
Yeah, extended support is exactly why I did end up getting this game (though I’ve yet to really play it, it’s on the backlog), but to each their own I guess.
Cutter wrote on Oct 16, 2020, 13:23:Looks like the soundtrack is included: https://www.gog.com/game/cyberpunk_2077
How about the soundtrack instead? A digital comic is zero incentive for me personally. Jeez Louise, it wasn't that long ago when redbook CDs or digital soundtracks were par for the course and not just another way to monetize shit. Look at Outlaws, they could have easily charged for what is the greatest game soundtrack of all time but they didn't. Like Archie and Edith sang, Those were the days....
Sacrifex wrote on Oct 13, 2020, 17:55:
A lot of reviews are saying this game has less depth than TL2, which sold for $20 if I recall correctly - something like 8 years ago.
Torchlight 2, mind you, which wasn't a game that evolved and was constantly supported directly over time like Diablo 3 (using this as an example of the level of support, not an example of a perfect ARPG), so, saying that this is just the launch version is a pretty weak argument.
Yeah, I like ARPG's, but this is a pretty hard no for me. If you like it, that's cool, but it does not sound like anything worth even half what it costs. This is bargain bin fodder at best.