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Signed On Jan 26, 2012, 04:58
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News Comments > More Win10 Concerns from Tim Sweeney
106. Re: More Win10 Concerns from Tim Sweeney Jul 26, 2016, 18:28 Suppa7
noman wrote on Jul 26, 2016, 18:17:
Looks like UWP rubs Tim Sweeney the wrong way for some reason, and he has to invent these outlandish scenarios (in a typical forum-post sky is falling style) to make his point.

UWP is an option, just like Steamworks is, and Win32 is not going anywhere. Epic is welcome to release games directly on GoG, DRM free.

Dude, our options have been dwindly for AAA games, notice how more and more AAA games have online only requirement. MMO's and F2P games were the first true "walled gardens" for videogames, microsoft see's how dumb people like you are and want's a total closed ecosystem.

The future for many giant corporations is to take away peoples rights to own, modify and know about what their operating system is doing and how it works. They want to turn it into a locked down appliance and lock everything down completely. What do you think steam machines are? They are locked down PC's, while valve talks a good game, both Valve and Epic are hypocrits. Valve's steam was DRM no one wanted shoved into half-life and CS in 2004. So Valve is the guy behind creating a walled garden... note the fluffy pr speak for games like Starcraft 2, diablo 3, note that both these major sequels have forced online drm in them. When both sc1 and diablo 2 didn't have any. And it's all about control and taking away your rights for profits.

You should read these and get a bit of a clue:

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News Comments > More Win10 Concerns from Tim Sweeney
89. Re: More Win10 Concerns from Tim Sweeney Jul 26, 2016, 17:13 Suppa7
TheEmissary wrote on Jul 26, 2016, 14:59:
Sweeney made some cogent points in the past about UWP but this is starting to get in to tin-foil territory.

Nope, you should go read documents concerning anti-trust in the 90's regarding web browsers... its microsoft's strategy to pretend to play nice then destroy.
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News Comments > Quake Champions Trailer
8. Re: Quake Champions Trailer Jul 25, 2016, 22:07 Suppa7
fujiJuice wrote on Jul 25, 2016, 20:30:
I am probably in the extreme minority, but I want a sequel, as in similar in tone, to Quake 1. Not that it needs a 'story' but for whatever reason, even though the worlds were disjointed and somewhat confused, it had really cool environments etc. I was never against the FPS brown phase. I also really enjoyed Quake 2, I still play it today, 'coop or die', and would like another in that vein as well. Quake 4, while enjoyable, took itself a little too seriously I think.

For me doom 2 multiplayer, quake 2 and quake 3 were both better than quake 1. Quake 1 was many peoples first encounter with multiplayer gaming but if you had been playing Doom 2, descent and duke nukem 3d on LAN's, quake 1 wasn't anything too special. Quake 1 was one of the first internet multiplayer games for the masses but other games were more fun multiplayer until quake2/quake3 hit.
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News Comments > Quake Champions Trailer
7. Re: Quake Champions Trailer Jul 25, 2016, 22:02 Suppa7
RedEye9 wrote on Jul 25, 2016, 20:01:
There are a lot of mp games to choose from, Quake Live can't even hit 1000 concurrent players a day.

That's because quake live is old quake. When quake live was announced I thought it was going to be a true quake 3 sequel - aka totally new graphics maps models, the works... they didn't do shit for quake live. They just repackaged Quake 3 and the original quake 3 with mods and level editing tools is superior to quake live.
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News Comments > Morning Interviews
19. Re: Morning Interviews Jul 23, 2016, 18:16 Suppa7
jdreyer wrote on Jul 21, 2016, 18:30:
Regional pricing is the best solution to a tricky issue. Yes, Doom might cost $5 in Cambodia and $50 in Canada. But in Cambodia, unlike Canada, you might have slow intermittent internet, and electricity only for half of the day, and have to boil your drinking water.

Say what? If you can afford an internet connection you are part of the wealthy set. Purchasing power is all that matters, what % of disposable income vs the money you have to pay for rent, food, etc. The cost of living is also vastly cheaper in those countries. Trying to do lay comparisons is bullshit and let's be honest we're talking about the richest game corporations on earth. If valve needs reginal pricing being the billion dollar corporation that it is, there's a serious inability to reason trying to protect people like gabe newell.

Companies are out to screw people, that's what they do if they are not held in check by some power, the history of war proves it. Almost all wars have been for commercial/profit purposes.
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News Comments > Op Ed
58. Re: Op Ed Jul 23, 2016, 06:21 Suppa7
Sepharo wrote on Jul 12, 2016, 19:53:
Suppa7 wrote on Jul 11, 2016, 21:31:
[Gabe's] a total dick that pushed the move behind the removal of dedicated servers.

Haha what? Valve is one of the very few developers who still support private dedicated servers.

You're a fucking moron if you believe that... remember steam drm was forced into half life and cs, no one wanted it. Steam lead the charge against game confiscation and adding layers of encryption to steam game files, etc.
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News Comments > Diablo III Season 7 Rewards
7. Re: Diablo III Season 7 Rewards Jul 21, 2016, 06:38 Suppa7
VaranDragon wrote on Jul 21, 2016, 03:03:
Jagacademy wrote on Jul 20, 2016, 17:56:

Oh, wait, that's all any Diablo has ever been.

Nope. Diablo II (LOD 1.10 onwards) was different. It had level progression to 99 which was basically the goal of the ladder season in that game. It had 8 player games. It had PvP built right into the base game, anyone could cross swords with anyone else and fight anywhere outside of town. It had meaningful builds that you had to think about right from the get go. It had a full player driven economy with no Bind on Equip or any of the other bullshit trading restrictions. It built on an adult horror story with a mysterious setting and protagonists that hinted at a sprawling epic struggle just behind the veil.

Mostly correct...
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News Comments > Diablo III Season 7 Rewards
5. Re: Diablo III Season 7 Rewards Jul 21, 2016, 00:36 Suppa7
Cutter wrote on Jul 20, 2016, 22:58:
Agreed. The first was great for the flavor and the novelty of it. The second and third were meh for me. I'll never understand the long term draw of Blizzard games with this grind for a trinket mentality. It's just boring as shit for me at any rate.

The first and second were alright, the third was bad. basically ARPG's in the vein of torchlight/diablo 3 are a bit played out. The problem is there's not much to the combat so they hide that with loot grinding.

Diablo 1/2 were leaning heavily towards a more action oriented real time actionn games which had more fighting game characteristics in it in terms of its gameplay, the origonators of the ARPG genre didn't know that though. All diablo 1 is a fighter with limited number of moves with the camera fixed to overhead isometric perspective with leveling and loot grinding.

Why diablo 1 was so compelling was that they were heavily leaning towards a real action game with it the rpg elements were the glue for an ultimately weak design.

Notice in that diablo 2 there were more things you could do, like shield bash and dashing with the paladin. AKA more actions you could take to fight enemies. The people behind ARPG however dont' realize that the "arpg genre" is really just medieval fighting game with weak combat with loot and leveling stapled on.

It's part of the reason torchlight 2 feels so monotonous and barren after a while.
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News Comments > Evening Interviews
3. Re: Evening Interviews Jul 19, 2016, 16:03 Suppa7
Tipsy McStagger wrote on Jul 19, 2016, 14:36:
You should feel bad if you Pirated Witcher 3.. one of the few games that deserves your hard earned money.

I really like the Carrot philosophy they have. Make the game so appealing that you feel like you SHOULD buy it for how good it is.

No you should feel bad you don't understand anything about how the public domain has been stolen.

You are politically ignorant.

Here is the constitution:

Article I, Section 8, Clause 8 of the United States Constitution, known as the Copyright Clause, empowers the United States Congress:

To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries.

Note it says limited times, not infinite times.
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News Comments > Morning Patches
2. Re: Morning Patches Jul 15, 2016, 01:25 Suppa7
The_Pink_Tiger wrote on Jul 14, 2016, 19:35:
Every time I read about Descent Underground I'm momentarily confused and think they mean Descent to Undermountain. "Wow, they're still patching that old game?"

It's the descent made by wannabe programmers from Star citizen. The real deal is overload made by the same people who made descent 1 + 2.


Demo from their site:

Playable teaser
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News Comments > Rocket League Crate Plans
10. Re: Rocket League Crate Plans Jul 13, 2016, 04:18 Suppa7
descender wrote on Jul 13, 2016, 01:38:
I wonder if the gamer generations understand chance and probability better than our elders ever did because of the prevalence of video games in culture. Theoretically we should have a more mature understanding of the risks of gambling because of this exposure at a younger age than previous generations were ever capable of experiencing. You would think the F2P generation would be even more aware of this, but I feel that parents haven't really handled that well.

Uhh what? The average gamer is young and stupid. Most youth has no memory of the 90's, playing doom or quake, computers and the internet is the equivalent of magic hidden behind windows.

Very few gamers will know what dos or win 3.11 is. There's been a whole generation of gamers growing up with drm and mmo's/f2p as 'normal'. Most people are stupid.

Science has shown human reasoning isn't literal, each individual mind has its own dictionary from which it 'reasons' and the person is not aware of or has access to the majority of their thought process. Which goes a long way to explaining why people would defend modern gaming when game companies are doing their darndest to prevent game ownership so they can sell chances to gable on skins and cosmetics.

Science on reasoning, you can tell people the facts and they won't reason to the right conclusion:

When you think about it, religion being a big thing on our planet nad history, that should be overwhelmingly blinding evidence that the human brain is poor at perceiving reality generally. Which goes a long way to explaining why most people act so against their interest in gaming.
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News Comments > Op Ed
54. Re: Op Ed Jul 12, 2016, 10:37 Suppa7
Warskull wrote on Jul 11, 2016, 23:11:
If you are a veteran PC gamer like you claim you will also remember that he basically saved PC gaming.

Only morons believe gabe saved gaming, the last 20 years games have gotten shorter and cut content, more locked down. Diablo 3 and starcraft 2 have full blown online drm in them. Hell league of legends is a couple of warcraft 3 levels for fuck sakes. The average gamer is fucking stupid.

Games are dumbed down to chimp factor five:

(quote from gamer on elite dangerous from RPS)

Ah, the long awaited (and delayed) crafting update. Too bad itís utter garbage.

Not only do you have to gather the materials, you also have to grind rep for a faction to get an invitation to meet those engineers and then rep up for them again with crafting unwanted things (!) unless you may have a go at the modules you actually want (not to forget you still canít store equipment, so essentially you craft these directly for the garbage bin). And on top of that the outcome is random. Nice, isnít it?

There was quite a heated debate in the beta forum, wondering why the engineer rep gain wasnít tied to a more meaningful activity, for exampleÖ missions? Like this new mission system they have coincidentally worked on at the same time?

Then a dev chimed in, basically stating that this was the plan but they didnít have the time for it (6 months since the last update) and that this placeholder system is going to stay for a while.

I had my fun with the game, sometimes even defended it a bit but now iíve reached a point where my affection cooled down to a level that i just cannot care anymore. If they charge triple A prices i expect triple A quality. The last two years were very disappointing in that regard.

Will they ever get there? Maybe. But how many 60 Ä xpacs and years have to go by until that happens?

Good luck but count me out.

The ease at which gamers delude themselves as game devs run off with all that money and give nothing in return.

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News Comments > Op Ed
53. Re: Op Ed Jul 12, 2016, 10:34 Suppa7
Devinoch wrote on Jul 12, 2016, 01:06:
Steam was not the first centralized platform; it will not be the last.

You dont' seem to get the free market cannot work unless you are within walking distance of the business selling the product, do you think gaming would hae taken the nasty drm turn if those of us who were pissed off about drm were within the neigborhood of these companies?

You are one of the stupid moutbreathers that feed at the trough of corporate america and handing over our rights to own our own shit.

All game companies had to do was wait for a new generation of tech illiterate kids and the fact that most gamers aren't close enough to these companies to influence their bad behaviour. So corporations push bad policy and 90% of the population will buckle since people are short lived and no one is going to deny themselves entertainment.

There is no freedom on planet earth, our society isn't setup to be anything like a market. if you are not within asskicking distance of the person making and selling you shit, then they are going to be as sleazy and underhanded as possible because you can't reach them from 100 miles away.

In the next 20+ years when every AAA game is either server locked or sitting inside a sandbox encrypted exe's and game files prevent you from modding or editing your game, don't say I didn't tell you morons like you are why gaming is such shit.

Denuvo and spin offs like it are trying to turn your software into something you can't access without being harassed legally.

Devinoch wrote on Jul 12, 2016, 01:06:
You clearly don't remember any of the previous DRM that included disc locks, serial numbers, or even getting key words out of an instruction manual. None of that killed gaming either.

You can't compare the two, those weren't drm they were copy protection. DRM is much more invasive, aka games locked to an account that requires server authentication. AKA no lan or dedicated server exe's are released, etc. Trying to compare modern drm to the 90's you are incapable of drawing distinctions. They are not the same at all.

Modern DRM infringes on your right to have the code run entirely on your computer and for you to own your game and not be spied upon. The whole of IP law is corrupt anyway but that's beyond your IQ level.

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News Comments > Op Ed
50. Re: Op Ed Jul 11, 2016, 21:31 Suppa7
Devinoch wrote on Jul 11, 2016, 14:44:
Speaking of missing the point completely... Because Valve wants to sell games doesn't mean it's beneficial to have as many positive reviews as possible.

You aren't old enough to know that those of us who watched PC gaming grow up, gabe is an enemy not a friend. Hes' a total dick that pushed the move behind the removal of dedicated servers. He hugely started the trend of confiscating game ownership and encouraging back end locked down games. Remember steam was shoved into half-life and counterstrike as drm which no one wanted.

Steam is still drm and gabe is still an asshole, more and more games will be increasingly impossible to preserve because game companies are producing games in underhanded ways that prevent gamer control of said game.
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News Comments > Op Ed
34. Re: Op Ed Jul 10, 2016, 23:11 Suppa7
eRe4s3r wrote on Jul 10, 2016, 15:16:
Good idea, also illegal as fuck.. store reviewing it's own sold products when that store also sells their VERY OWN products.. in what 3rd world country does the guy live where this is allowed and legal?

He's one of those libertarian hyper capitalist types that doesn't see conflict of interest. He's the typical, historically illiterate, oblivious, politically naive programmer. Most people are born yesterday and don't put any effort into understanding and appreciating the world is still in a state of war behind the scenes. The NSA isn't spying on us all for nothing, the powers the world over fear the political awakening of their people.
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News Comments > Op Ed
6. Re: Cliff Makes Sense Jul 10, 2016, 13:40 Suppa7
RedEye9 wrote on Jul 10, 2016, 12:34:
Sounds like an idea whose time has come.
Guaranteed impartial reviews. It's about time.

There is no such thing since people have different tastes. All games can be measured in terms of effort the developer has put into it. If the developer puts zero effort, they deserve little.
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News Comments > Windows Gaming Survey
14. Re: Windows Gaming Survey Jul 8, 2016, 23:55 Suppa7
HorrorScope wrote on Jul 8, 2016, 21:45:
Is all their announced Win 10 games coming out under UWP?

As someone who's old... the dream of intel and MS is to develop hardware where they lock it down and totally control it to extract rents via licensing fee's, etc. Trusted computing was all the rage in the late 90's/early 2000's in PC tech rags. These things are always with us... the corporate world will stop at nothing for profits.

Yes Microsofts new strategy is to turn the PC into a walled garden like the smart phone market. Once MS saw apple and Valve and increasingly game companies get away with invasive software/drm they want to infiltrate everything you do. Which is why windows 10 is a privacy nightmare.

The googles, facebooks, activisions, apples and valves of the world are all getting away with murder and being rewarded. So MS see's that and why should microsoft be left out of all those profits when all the sharks are feeding on the money of the masses?

Microsft doesn't care about PC gaming, it cares about controlling and developing a new software ecosystem that is 100% locked down the equivalent of apps for iphone. They want to turn PC's into an corporate mostly dumb malware client they control. The corps of the world want to turn us into a "permission" feudal society. Where we're told how to use, and what we can do with the things we buy.

Let's be honest people have been giving up their rights hand over fist for convenience and because the bulk of humanity is at chimp level intelligence when it comes to understanding the consequences of their short term behaviour on their long term interests.

The end goal of these big companies is to phase in hardware drm at some point, given that they've been successful in just waiting for an new batch of ignorant kids and marketing games to them on technology they have no clue works. I wouldn't be surprised if in another 50-100 years the entire population of earth is being drip fed and permanently monitored by Microsoft and company via operating system.

Basically mankind is undergoing re-enslavement via infinite expansion of bullshit IP laws and treacherous hardware implementations and software encyrtion.

Companies are funding encrypted computing, they would at some point like everything encrypted and the code of a game/app for customer is mostly inaccessible. AKA "it's magic", everything is purposely obscured in invisible software the user never see's.

We're seeing this with denuvo

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News Comments > Blizzard Sues Over Overwatch Cheat?
24. Re: Blizzard Sues Over Overwatch Cheat? Jul 6, 2016, 08:54 Suppa7
DarkCntry wrote on Jul 5, 2016, 23:47:
And I really do enjoy your colorful attempt at totally not understanding the gaming industry, it makes for a great laugh.

There's nothing "colorful" about it, in terms of the laws of nature why should anyone pay for a game who's functionality can be destroyed by the game company? You're a moron if you don't believe the game industry is corrupt and filled with criminals. It all began with MMO's and king gabe infecting games multiplayer code only they control.

How is diablo 3 better than diablo 2 in terms of your rights as a paying customer? AKA diablo 3 can be 'shut off', whereas the multiplayer still functions without internet in diablo 2 to this day.
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News Comments > Blizzard Sues Over Overwatch Cheat?
21. Re: Blizzard Sues Over Overwatch Cheat? Jul 5, 2016, 23:07 Suppa7
Cutter wrote on Jul 5, 2016, 12:21:
Rampant cheating does a property harm so the devs should be suing the shit out of anyone who engages in cheating. Make people afraid to do it.

Say what, game companies are scum, if games had multiplayer code include with the game like unreal and quake 3 in the 90's none of this would be a fucking problem since everyone can run their own server. People who want to cheat can cheat to their hearts content. This is videogames we're talking about. The last 20 years have seen the averager gamer bend over bukkake style and take it in the mouth from corporate criminals that infest videogameland. Modern AAA PC game modding has been curtailed from where it used to be because everything is now locked down.

No one in their right mind should want a game who's multiplayer can be disabled by the flip of a server off button.
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News Comments > Steam Top 10
3. Re: Steam Top 10 Jul 4, 2016, 10:37 Suppa7
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Jul 3, 2016, 17:16:
It's a shame it's turned into some sort of weapon skin gambling cheat fest though, I put hundreds of hours into pre 1.6 CS, and even CS:S. :|

LOL the average gamer is a moron, when MMO's became a thing that proved overwhelming that the average person is tech illiterate moron. We now have games that "shut down". Thank god for the 90's we can still play many old games via emulation, that will be increasingly impossible for many newer AAA games who's multiplayer code is trapped on the other side of the net.
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