jdreyer wrote on Mar 1, 2015, 17:31:Gattis also claimed that the Vive is "really light, you can wear it for a long time without feeling weighed down," something that can't be said of the Oculus Rift or Project Morpheus.
I wonder how it can be lighter with two screens than with one...
Despite the findings, Dr Owen cautioned against drawing too many conclusions since he did not know which visits were done by people and which by machines.
"It's not as quite as straightforward as it looks," he said. "It might look like there are lots of people visiting these sites but it is difficult to conclude that from this information."
"What proportion are people and which are something else? We simply don't know." he said, adding that "crawlers" run by law enforcement and other agencies that police abuse sites could be responsible for the steady stream of traffic.
Flatline wrote on Dec 12, 2014, 18:05:Squirmer wrote on Dec 12, 2014, 17:54:
Some reviewers did mention the game's sexism at the time, though, like Gamespot, and it led to thousands of abusive comments and a reworking of Gamespot's comments system.
But more than that, yes I'm sure there's a certain amount of groupthink here, and I'm sure many critics had a great time with the game and only later started complaining about sexism. Maybe that makes them hypocritical to some extent, but it's also entirely possible to enjoy a game while disliking certain aspects of it. I don't think anyone is saying GTA5 is a bad game because it has these problems, or that nobody should play it. They just want some specific problems addressed.
I don't think losing the ability to hire prostitutes would actually hurt the game in any way. Especially since you get nothing out of it nowadays anyway.
Hiring prostitutes isn't the problem. Killing them is.
And I'm tired of people splitting split hairs. Have some guts and call them on their bullshit. You know, it's entirely possible to identify with a point of view while still disliking certain aspects of it. Right?
And oh but if only it was liking a game but not liking certain other aspects of it. If *only* the author had the guts to admit that of his industry. But see, it's not *his* problem. He and his are intellectually matured and have no need to change their opinions. It's everyone else who doesn't agree with them who need to come around.
ShakyJake wrote on Nov 8, 2014, 17:28:
$40 for this expansion? That seems a little hefty. Even the Western Front pack they put out seemed a bit slim for $20+, and this is double the price.
Creston wrote on Nov 4, 2014, 14:24:
I so hope we get Oculus support.
In any case, THIS.LOOKS.FUCKING.AWESOME. I'm down come January.
PHJF wrote on Sep 17, 2014, 13:18:
Not wireless? Is this a joke? KNOW WHAT'S GOT BLUETOOTH? MY DS4.
jdreyer wrote on Aug 15, 2014, 13:31:entr0py wrote on Aug 15, 2014, 12:41:
Nice, kind of like a rental, except free. If there were more legit ways to try out PC games I actually think it would cut down on piracy and increase sales.
I know, right? If only these things existed:
Free to play
Let's play vidoes
Wetworks24 wrote on Jul 8, 2014, 23:55:Tumbler wrote on Jul 8, 2014, 23:33:
$25 seems more than reasonable considering how much "Free" gaming I've gotten out of it. I've bought a few rounds in the arena but the vast majority of my time is spent doing those quests that earn gold and buying packs.
The quests they make up are actually pretty good and making you tweak your deck in order to complete the quest and even if you don't win it's still fun to try and stack your deck with 5+ cost creatures or creatures that cost 2 or less.
The first wing is free for a limited time, so it actually costs $20 for the whole thing.
harlock wrote on Jun 13, 2014, 18:40:entr0py wrote on Jun 13, 2014, 15:36:
They may have a trendy new name for it, but haven't they been practicing "pay for beta" for over a decade now? I seem to remember one of the only ways to get into the Battlefield 2 beta was to buy a paid FilePlanet membership.
thats weird because i havent preordered or bought it, but i just got an email that said:BOOM, IT'S GAME TIME!
You're in! You've got access to the Battlefield Hardline closed beta