JeffD wrote on Jun 12, 2020, 16:32:
I have run upnp... but it seems even though I haven't updated OpenWRT in a while, I scanned free and clear. Quit running junk software on your routers?
The Half Elf wrote on May 22, 2020, 16:12:
Actually would love to know Derek's thoughts on the current state of the game.
ColoradoHoudini wrote on May 22, 2020, 10:51:
I'm here for the civil comments, lack of speculation, speculation, hate, love, and at least one person calling this the longest gaming con in history.
Okay, let's go
Suppa7 wrote on Mar 19, 2019, 05:42:
IF only gamers hadn't been stupid enough to buy drm laden PC games, dedicated servers would still be a thing in AAA games and your cheating point would be moot because we'd still have stuff like sdk's and modding for the AAA gaming space.
Microsoft insisted it won't actively police its services – but, beware: it will investigate complaints from people who are offended by what you do on Redmond's platforms.
DangerDog wrote on Mar 28, 2018, 13:44:
The next major update to Windows 10 is going to embed "machine learning" into the operating system, they plan to use it to analyze pictures and video content on your system. I'm sure they'll sell it as being some sort of automatic search and sorting feature. Looking for a picture of uncle bob? Just type his name in and up pops all the pictures on your computer with uncle bob in them.
tk0121 wrote on Jul 31, 2017, 23:14:
The statement from RSI just barely sounds patronizing at best, and deceiving at worst. I work in an environment of rapid development with scrum and Agile, etc. And when you look at other hugely complex SW Development projects with all the same obstacles, all the same complexities, etc... they make it work just great.
The good news is absolutely no money was spent on the live streams production value.
nin wrote on Jun 21, 2016, 10:49:Task wrote on Jun 21, 2016, 10:26:
Any crowdfund is a gamble since you are investing in an idea/product. It's an interesting concept and I still enjoy it, but I'm far more selective in what I invest in these days. In total I have helped crowdfund 13 products, not all are games, and the one I regret to this day is MWO as a collosal disappointment.
I go by these rules if I have money to invest at the time:
1. Have they delivered any previous crowdfund projects successfully?
2. Have they delivered any previous non-crowdfund projects successfully?
^ Produced something I enjoyed or could see myself enjoying (decent reviews help)
3. Do the company leads run an efficient business already?
4. Do they have a reasonably, sound concept and maybe pre-alpha footage if its a media product (not overly ambitious)?
I remember this particular one, but I steered clear.
Do they specifically list their team members (by name and picture) and their previous accomplishments?
Have they backed any other projects? This is more of an etiquette for me, but I always thought it was tacky to ask for money if you've not been involved in KS before.