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3 Weeks ago
E3 2018: date, schedule, games, and all the latest detailsE3 2018: date, schedule, games, and all the latest details
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Sony - June 11th - 6:00 PM PT
http://bit.ly/2jRWwjF
Nintendo - June 12th - 9:00 AM PDT
http://bit.ly/2IhZVpB
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1 Month ago
Paradox are trying to figure out how to sell DLC “without upsetting everyone”Paradox are trying to figure out how to sell DLC “without upsetting everyone”
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I got something that could help.

Older DLC's should either be bundle to 1 price or older dlc's from 2 years ago should cost no more then 2-4 bucks. 1 year should be 5-10 bucks.

Also the price also depends on the people themselves, we should be allow to beta test the features and help determine the price the dlc by vote. people can voice there opinions and constructive criticism to help forge a decent price for the dlc's. This probably helps out on not getting review bombed to hell.
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Intel NUC Hades Canyon review: the fastest NUC ever, but at a hell of a costIntel NUC Hades Canyon review: the fastest NUC ever, but at a hell of a cost
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did you just post this some days ago? which part was updated?
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Steam and Origin dinged by Norway’s Consumer Council for breach of EU lawSteam and Origin dinged by Norway’s Consumer Council for breach of EU law
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It's a tough issue to navigate. On one hand, consumer protection and having options available to you is always a good thing. Forcing billion dollar companies to follow the law is a positive.

But on the other hand, they're trying to avoid people gaming essentially for free. Buy your game, beat it, refund it. You've basically rented the game. I suppose though that's all we're really doing; when we "buy" a game, we're buying the license to play it.
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I've used to rent PS1 and PS2 games, and it's sad that one cannot rent games on PC, maybe their should be a market place that allows you, for a half the price or 20 dollars of the game in quest, rent a game for 4-7 days. Since Demos these days are hardly made anymore, and people rely on piracy to tell if the game is worth the money to support the devs. There is no available middle ground, and the one that could be as close a middle ground is the grey markets like G2A, and Kinguin.

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2 Months ago
Twitch layoffs affect some of the company’s top executives and creatorsTwitch layoffs affect some of the company’s top executives and creators
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Is Amazon actually Annexing Twitch?
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Battle for Azeroth (might) let you play as an anthropomorphic foxBattle for Azeroth (might) let you play as an anthropomorphic fox
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Let's hope that if they do, it be a neutral race so that both factions could... otherwise it's be unbalanced if one side has another furry-like creature to use and the other only has one.Reply
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Uhh.. If horde gets the vulpera both factions would have a furry..

Alliance have their stinky dogs.(Worgen)

And the Horde would have the adorable cute little Vulpera
everyone wins!

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We didn't get Final Fantasy 15 on PC at launch, but that's a good thingWe didn't get Final Fantasy 15 on PC at launch, but that's a good thing
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the only issue is that this game uses denuvo, and denuvo is treated as mal-ware.Reply
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I thought it was confirmed not to to help modders :s

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US senator urges the ESRB to take action on loot boxesUS senator urges the ESRB to take action on loot boxes
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Before Loot boxes, there was trading cards, remember the pokemon trading cards? yu-gi-oh cards? also digimon cards, and way before that there was baseball cards. As far as I know, nobody complained... until now when such activities are made into the game now...Reply
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There's a substancial difference: cards are a physical thing. You can store them, sell them, trade them, etc. And they're yours forever to do anything.


Lootbox items (and the lootboxes), on the other hand, and with a few exceptions (Valve ones come to mind), you can't . You have no control over them.


Heck, you don't even have actual ownership over them, the corporations that make them do. If the game closes, you lose all that. That doesn't happen with cards.


Also, cards have a fabrication cost. The maker spends resources to make them and then get a profit. Meanwhile, lootboxes are infinite. The makers can make as much as they want (but they usually create artificial scarcity to increase their value).

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The US Army are making a game to train teachers to respond to school shootingsThe US Army are making a game to train teachers to respond to school shootings
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the problem is how often do teachers play video games? expectantly the older teachers...Reply
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How old do you think most teachers are, kid? And how do you think they remained untouched by technology over the past thirty years?


Any teacher younger than fifty probably had an NES growing up.

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Deus Ex studio Eidos Montreal detail their online-focused plans for the futureDeus Ex studio Eidos Montreal detail their online-focused plans for the future
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On my personal opinion, I think mankind divided has fallen short on the storyline imo, the game was not gradually big like Human Revolution, and it's not as big like the first Deus Ex Game. I also think that the marketing idea of microtransaction and the unable to claim your pre-purchase option more then once (you have it once, and after yo use it, you never be able to use it again on your next playthough or different new game), it's also a very bad move... Which I think the reason why that game keep having a mixed rating on steam.

Don't let marketing ruin a good game, don't be another EA on the Star Wars Battlefront 2 fiasco that has blown up more the once, and I know for sure the devs have heard of it. I want Deus Ex to have a legendary story just like the first game, and I want it to feel good... if you fail this, I wont be buying this game, and I'll begin to think that your out to ruin a good game series.Reply
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Mankind Divided became my favorite Deus Ex game. Is the story lacking if you didn't play The Fail and read the prequel? Definately but it was same with Human Revolution.

However there are many small details depending your choices that really kept me immersed into what was happening.

Also the actual gameplay time for me was bit longer than Human Revolution (not counting DLCs) and twice the length of the original.


Did they shoot themselves in the foot with design choices? They amputated themselves! Microtransactions, it was weird but didn't affect my gameplay.

Pre-order gear when you have pre-rendered cutscenes that show different gear...

All the extra missions being separate from the main game. What is the point of resources and abilities when nothing carries over?

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