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TimeOmnivore

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    TimeOmnivore reacted to Vishera in Audible controversy (Amazon how could you?!!)   
    I will explain:
    If you publish your audible book exclusively on Audible then you will get only 40% from every copy sold.
    Same here (but not exclusive publishing),just replace the percentage numbers.
    So if someone buys your book for $1,
    You get $0.4
    The buyer applies for a refund
    You return $1
    Amazon keeps the $0.6 from the purchase for themselves.
     
    So basically you "return" more than you earned for every refund.
     
    It's even worse if you get only 25% or even 13%.
     
    It's a scam.
  2. Agree
    TimeOmnivore reacted to Drama Lama in CDPR hit with Cyberattack, source codes of Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3, and more supposedly leaked.   
    no it's not. I'd say the biggest problem is the mediocre gameplay and large but a bit lifelessgameworld.
  3. Agree
    TimeOmnivore reacted to WikiForce in Wikipedia turns 20 years old and is planning a website redesign.   
    for the redesign, i have only one thing to say, don't fix it if it ain't broken.
    Also, current design is really good and very intuitive.
  4. Agree
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from PlayStation 2 in CDPR co-founder apologizes for Cyberpunk 2077 launch on last gen consoles   
    Didn't really like the fact that this apology video was basically a bunch of excuses that seemed to want to explain why the game was released in such a broken state, but instead left me wondering why they didn't delay the game if there were so many issues. Also don't like how they brushed aside the PC release as if it was fine, even going as far as to say they were very proud of it despite the many issues it has - even aside from the bugs (of which there are still many even of PC), there's clearly a lot of cut content and underdeveloped core features, such as the police having severe AI problems. Its nice that they at least tried to address the problem as opposed to pretending everything was fine, but actions speak louder than words and only time will tell if CDPR will live up to their promises and are able to restore their reputation to some degree.
     
    It would be great if Cyberpunk's blunder of a release makes more consumers stop pre-ordering and wait until the game is fully released, playable, and feature-complete before buying - maybe then publishers would actually release games in a complete state rather than giving us a broken mess and promising to fix it later. But that's probably just a fantasy at this point.
  5. Like
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from Falkentyne in CDPR co-founder apologizes for Cyberpunk 2077 launch on last gen consoles   
    Didn't really like the fact that this apology video was basically a bunch of excuses that seemed to want to explain why the game was released in such a broken state, but instead left me wondering why they didn't delay the game if there were so many issues. Also don't like how they brushed aside the PC release as if it was fine, even going as far as to say they were very proud of it despite the many issues it has - even aside from the bugs (of which there are still many even of PC), there's clearly a lot of cut content and underdeveloped core features, such as the police having severe AI problems. Its nice that they at least tried to address the problem as opposed to pretending everything was fine, but actions speak louder than words and only time will tell if CDPR will live up to their promises and are able to restore their reputation to some degree.
     
    It would be great if Cyberpunk's blunder of a release makes more consumers stop pre-ordering and wait until the game is fully released, playable, and feature-complete before buying - maybe then publishers would actually release games in a complete state rather than giving us a broken mess and promising to fix it later. But that's probably just a fantasy at this point.
  6. Like
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from Jet_ski in CDPR co-founder apologizes for Cyberpunk 2077 launch on last gen consoles   
    Didn't really like the fact that this apology video was basically a bunch of excuses that seemed to want to explain why the game was released in such a broken state, but instead left me wondering why they didn't delay the game if there were so many issues. Also don't like how they brushed aside the PC release as if it was fine, even going as far as to say they were very proud of it despite the many issues it has - even aside from the bugs (of which there are still many even of PC), there's clearly a lot of cut content and underdeveloped core features, such as the police having severe AI problems. Its nice that they at least tried to address the problem as opposed to pretending everything was fine, but actions speak louder than words and only time will tell if CDPR will live up to their promises and are able to restore their reputation to some degree.
     
    It would be great if Cyberpunk's blunder of a release makes more consumers stop pre-ordering and wait until the game is fully released, playable, and feature-complete before buying - maybe then publishers would actually release games in a complete state rather than giving us a broken mess and promising to fix it later. But that's probably just a fantasy at this point.
  7. Agree
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from ARikozuM in You hear that Mr Anderson, that's the sound of inevitability.... US law firm lookining into class action against CDPR   
    Why? People wanted Cyberpunk 2077, not the broken, buggy mess we got that happens to have the same name. It's entirely on CDPR for making the decision to release the game in an unacceptable state. If they didn't want public pressure to release the game, they shouldn't have announced a release date until the game was actually functional. And aside from the technical issues, looking at past marketing for the game, I'm surprised there aren't more people calling them out for what seems like blatant false advertising and fraud given that many features they advertised are seemingly nowhere to be found. I find it interesting how the gaming industry is allowed get away with so much shit that other industries would be legally raked over the coals for.
  8. Agree
    TimeOmnivore reacted to Qub3d in We told you so... - CD Projekt RED's management gets grilled by their staff over Cyberpunk 2077's rough launch   
    I've given up trying to get the community-at-large to stop pre-ordering. Now I just sit back and watch, then grab the "game of the year" edition or "complete edition" for half the price once all the bugs are fixed.
     
    I hope that the devs can get some leverage out of this, though. As a software dev, I can say from experience around 95% of "crunches" happen due to mismanagement.
  9. Agree
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from kpluck in US Sen Thom Tillis Scary Internet Streaming Bill targets all streaming content   
    This bill isn't that scary and is being blown way of proportion - it's meant to fix a loophole in copyright law where streaming content to others currently is just a misdemeanor compared to other forms of distribution which are already felonies. The only way for someone like a Twitch streamer to be affected by this is if they advertise their stream as for streaming the latest Disney films to their subscribers and that's literally the only purpose of their channel. And even then it would be extremely unlikely for that Twitch streamer to face criminal prosecution, which is a whole other ballgame compared to civil lawsuits for regular copyright infringement. The government simply doesn't go after random people for criminal prosecution for copyright infringement, they save their time, money, and resources on the big operations.
     
    Tl;dr Distributing copyrighted works right now, except by streaming them to others, is already a felony - this bill makes streaming them to others a felony as well. And for anyone that isn't running a large-scale piracy operation, nothing changes.
  10. Like
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from Beskamir in GitHub defies RIAA takedown notice, restoring YouTube-dl and starting $1M developer defense fund   
    Summary
    Github has reinstated the YouTube-dl repository after the EFF sent them a letter explaining that YouTube-dl did not circumvent technological protection measures as the RIAA had claimed in their DMCA notice. They also started and donated $1 million to a new developer defense fund "to help protect open source developers on GitHub from unwarranted DMCA Section 1201 takedown claims". Github is also changing its review process for these types of claims to make it easier for developers to have their repositories reinstated and to ensure that each claim is carefully scrutinized by legal experts to prevent abuse of the DMCA.
     
    Quotes
    From Github's blogpost:
     
    From the EFF's letter:
    My thoughts
    Glad to see the EFF joining this fight and Github standing up for its developers and putting its money where its mouth is. They seem to be taking this situation seriously and are going quite a bit beyond what would normally be expected. Hopefully the music industry will calm down with the recent onslaught of DMCA takedowns across the internet, but that is exceedingly unlikely until the DMCA gets a drastic overhaul, which is also unlikely given all of the money entertainment industries bribe lobby politicians with.
     
    Sources
    Techcrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/16/github-defies-riaa-takedown-notice-restoring-youtube-dl-and-starting-1m-defense-fund/
    Github's blog: https://github.blog/2020-11-16-standing-up-for-developers-youtube-dl-is-back/
    EFF's letter: https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/11/2020-11-16-RIAA-reversal-effletter.pdf
  11. Like
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from paddy-stone in GitHub defies RIAA takedown notice, restoring YouTube-dl and starting $1M developer defense fund   
    Summary
    Github has reinstated the YouTube-dl repository after the EFF sent them a letter explaining that YouTube-dl did not circumvent technological protection measures as the RIAA had claimed in their DMCA notice. They also started and donated $1 million to a new developer defense fund "to help protect open source developers on GitHub from unwarranted DMCA Section 1201 takedown claims". Github is also changing its review process for these types of claims to make it easier for developers to have their repositories reinstated and to ensure that each claim is carefully scrutinized by legal experts to prevent abuse of the DMCA.
     
    Quotes
    From Github's blogpost:
     
    From the EFF's letter:
    My thoughts
    Glad to see the EFF joining this fight and Github standing up for its developers and putting its money where its mouth is. They seem to be taking this situation seriously and are going quite a bit beyond what would normally be expected. Hopefully the music industry will calm down with the recent onslaught of DMCA takedowns across the internet, but that is exceedingly unlikely until the DMCA gets a drastic overhaul, which is also unlikely given all of the money entertainment industries bribe lobby politicians with.
     
    Sources
    Techcrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/16/github-defies-riaa-takedown-notice-restoring-youtube-dl-and-starting-1m-defense-fund/
    Github's blog: https://github.blog/2020-11-16-standing-up-for-developers-youtube-dl-is-back/
    EFF's letter: https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/11/2020-11-16-RIAA-reversal-effletter.pdf
  12. Like
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from Soppro in GitHub defies RIAA takedown notice, restoring YouTube-dl and starting $1M developer defense fund   
    Summary
    Github has reinstated the YouTube-dl repository after the EFF sent them a letter explaining that YouTube-dl did not circumvent technological protection measures as the RIAA had claimed in their DMCA notice. They also started and donated $1 million to a new developer defense fund "to help protect open source developers on GitHub from unwarranted DMCA Section 1201 takedown claims". Github is also changing its review process for these types of claims to make it easier for developers to have their repositories reinstated and to ensure that each claim is carefully scrutinized by legal experts to prevent abuse of the DMCA.
     
    Quotes
    From Github's blogpost:
     
    From the EFF's letter:
    My thoughts
    Glad to see the EFF joining this fight and Github standing up for its developers and putting its money where its mouth is. They seem to be taking this situation seriously and are going quite a bit beyond what would normally be expected. Hopefully the music industry will calm down with the recent onslaught of DMCA takedowns across the internet, but that is exceedingly unlikely until the DMCA gets a drastic overhaul, which is also unlikely given all of the money entertainment industries bribe lobby politicians with.
     
    Sources
    Techcrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/16/github-defies-riaa-takedown-notice-restoring-youtube-dl-and-starting-1m-defense-fund/
    Github's blog: https://github.blog/2020-11-16-standing-up-for-developers-youtube-dl-is-back/
    EFF's letter: https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/11/2020-11-16-RIAA-reversal-effletter.pdf
  13. Like
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from Delicieuxz in GitHub defies RIAA takedown notice, restoring YouTube-dl and starting $1M developer defense fund   
    Summary
    Github has reinstated the YouTube-dl repository after the EFF sent them a letter explaining that YouTube-dl did not circumvent technological protection measures as the RIAA had claimed in their DMCA notice. They also started and donated $1 million to a new developer defense fund "to help protect open source developers on GitHub from unwarranted DMCA Section 1201 takedown claims". Github is also changing its review process for these types of claims to make it easier for developers to have their repositories reinstated and to ensure that each claim is carefully scrutinized by legal experts to prevent abuse of the DMCA.
     
    Quotes
    From Github's blogpost:
     
    From the EFF's letter:
    My thoughts
    Glad to see the EFF joining this fight and Github standing up for its developers and putting its money where its mouth is. They seem to be taking this situation seriously and are going quite a bit beyond what would normally be expected. Hopefully the music industry will calm down with the recent onslaught of DMCA takedowns across the internet, but that is exceedingly unlikely until the DMCA gets a drastic overhaul, which is also unlikely given all of the money entertainment industries bribe lobby politicians with.
     
    Sources
    Techcrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/16/github-defies-riaa-takedown-notice-restoring-youtube-dl-and-starting-1m-defense-fund/
    Github's blog: https://github.blog/2020-11-16-standing-up-for-developers-youtube-dl-is-back/
    EFF's letter: https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/11/2020-11-16-RIAA-reversal-effletter.pdf
  14. Like
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from LAwLz in GitHub defies RIAA takedown notice, restoring YouTube-dl and starting $1M developer defense fund   
    Summary
    Github has reinstated the YouTube-dl repository after the EFF sent them a letter explaining that YouTube-dl did not circumvent technological protection measures as the RIAA had claimed in their DMCA notice. They also started and donated $1 million to a new developer defense fund "to help protect open source developers on GitHub from unwarranted DMCA Section 1201 takedown claims". Github is also changing its review process for these types of claims to make it easier for developers to have their repositories reinstated and to ensure that each claim is carefully scrutinized by legal experts to prevent abuse of the DMCA.
     
    Quotes
    From Github's blogpost:
     
    From the EFF's letter:
    My thoughts
    Glad to see the EFF joining this fight and Github standing up for its developers and putting its money where its mouth is. They seem to be taking this situation seriously and are going quite a bit beyond what would normally be expected. Hopefully the music industry will calm down with the recent onslaught of DMCA takedowns across the internet, but that is exceedingly unlikely until the DMCA gets a drastic overhaul, which is also unlikely given all of the money entertainment industries bribe lobby politicians with.
     
    Sources
    Techcrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/16/github-defies-riaa-takedown-notice-restoring-youtube-dl-and-starting-1m-defense-fund/
    Github's blog: https://github.blog/2020-11-16-standing-up-for-developers-youtube-dl-is-back/
    EFF's letter: https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/11/2020-11-16-RIAA-reversal-effletter.pdf
  15. Like
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from SpaceGhostC2C in GitHub defies RIAA takedown notice, restoring YouTube-dl and starting $1M developer defense fund   
    Summary
    Github has reinstated the YouTube-dl repository after the EFF sent them a letter explaining that YouTube-dl did not circumvent technological protection measures as the RIAA had claimed in their DMCA notice. They also started and donated $1 million to a new developer defense fund "to help protect open source developers on GitHub from unwarranted DMCA Section 1201 takedown claims". Github is also changing its review process for these types of claims to make it easier for developers to have their repositories reinstated and to ensure that each claim is carefully scrutinized by legal experts to prevent abuse of the DMCA.
     
    Quotes
    From Github's blogpost:
     
    From the EFF's letter:
    My thoughts
    Glad to see the EFF joining this fight and Github standing up for its developers and putting its money where its mouth is. They seem to be taking this situation seriously and are going quite a bit beyond what would normally be expected. Hopefully the music industry will calm down with the recent onslaught of DMCA takedowns across the internet, but that is exceedingly unlikely until the DMCA gets a drastic overhaul, which is also unlikely given all of the money entertainment industries bribe lobby politicians with.
     
    Sources
    Techcrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/16/github-defies-riaa-takedown-notice-restoring-youtube-dl-and-starting-1m-defense-fund/
    Github's blog: https://github.blog/2020-11-16-standing-up-for-developers-youtube-dl-is-back/
    EFF's letter: https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/11/2020-11-16-RIAA-reversal-effletter.pdf
  16. Like
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from Belgarathian in GitHub defies RIAA takedown notice, restoring YouTube-dl and starting $1M developer defense fund   
    Summary
    Github has reinstated the YouTube-dl repository after the EFF sent them a letter explaining that YouTube-dl did not circumvent technological protection measures as the RIAA had claimed in their DMCA notice. They also started and donated $1 million to a new developer defense fund "to help protect open source developers on GitHub from unwarranted DMCA Section 1201 takedown claims". Github is also changing its review process for these types of claims to make it easier for developers to have their repositories reinstated and to ensure that each claim is carefully scrutinized by legal experts to prevent abuse of the DMCA.
     
    Quotes
    From Github's blogpost:
     
    From the EFF's letter:
    My thoughts
    Glad to see the EFF joining this fight and Github standing up for its developers and putting its money where its mouth is. They seem to be taking this situation seriously and are going quite a bit beyond what would normally be expected. Hopefully the music industry will calm down with the recent onslaught of DMCA takedowns across the internet, but that is exceedingly unlikely until the DMCA gets a drastic overhaul, which is also unlikely given all of the money entertainment industries bribe lobby politicians with.
     
    Sources
    Techcrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/16/github-defies-riaa-takedown-notice-restoring-youtube-dl-and-starting-1m-defense-fund/
    Github's blog: https://github.blog/2020-11-16-standing-up-for-developers-youtube-dl-is-back/
    EFF's letter: https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/11/2020-11-16-RIAA-reversal-effletter.pdf
  17. Informative
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from gabrielcarvfer in GitHub defies RIAA takedown notice, restoring YouTube-dl and starting $1M developer defense fund   
    Summary
    Github has reinstated the YouTube-dl repository after the EFF sent them a letter explaining that YouTube-dl did not circumvent technological protection measures as the RIAA had claimed in their DMCA notice. They also started and donated $1 million to a new developer defense fund "to help protect open source developers on GitHub from unwarranted DMCA Section 1201 takedown claims". Github is also changing its review process for these types of claims to make it easier for developers to have their repositories reinstated and to ensure that each claim is carefully scrutinized by legal experts to prevent abuse of the DMCA.
     
    Quotes
    From Github's blogpost:
     
    From the EFF's letter:
    My thoughts
    Glad to see the EFF joining this fight and Github standing up for its developers and putting its money where its mouth is. They seem to be taking this situation seriously and are going quite a bit beyond what would normally be expected. Hopefully the music industry will calm down with the recent onslaught of DMCA takedowns across the internet, but that is exceedingly unlikely until the DMCA gets a drastic overhaul, which is also unlikely given all of the money entertainment industries bribe lobby politicians with.
     
    Sources
    Techcrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/16/github-defies-riaa-takedown-notice-restoring-youtube-dl-and-starting-1m-defense-fund/
    Github's blog: https://github.blog/2020-11-16-standing-up-for-developers-youtube-dl-is-back/
    EFF's letter: https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/11/2020-11-16-RIAA-reversal-effletter.pdf
  18. Like
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from Ashley MLP Fangirl in GitHub defies RIAA takedown notice, restoring YouTube-dl and starting $1M developer defense fund   
    Summary
    Github has reinstated the YouTube-dl repository after the EFF sent them a letter explaining that YouTube-dl did not circumvent technological protection measures as the RIAA had claimed in their DMCA notice. They also started and donated $1 million to a new developer defense fund "to help protect open source developers on GitHub from unwarranted DMCA Section 1201 takedown claims". Github is also changing its review process for these types of claims to make it easier for developers to have their repositories reinstated and to ensure that each claim is carefully scrutinized by legal experts to prevent abuse of the DMCA.
     
    Quotes
    From Github's blogpost:
     
    From the EFF's letter:
    My thoughts
    Glad to see the EFF joining this fight and Github standing up for its developers and putting its money where its mouth is. They seem to be taking this situation seriously and are going quite a bit beyond what would normally be expected. Hopefully the music industry will calm down with the recent onslaught of DMCA takedowns across the internet, but that is exceedingly unlikely until the DMCA gets a drastic overhaul, which is also unlikely given all of the money entertainment industries bribe lobby politicians with.
     
    Sources
    Techcrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/16/github-defies-riaa-takedown-notice-restoring-youtube-dl-and-starting-1m-defense-fund/
    Github's blog: https://github.blog/2020-11-16-standing-up-for-developers-youtube-dl-is-back/
    EFF's letter: https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/11/2020-11-16-RIAA-reversal-effletter.pdf
  19. Like
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from piratemonkey in GitHub defies RIAA takedown notice, restoring YouTube-dl and starting $1M developer defense fund   
    Summary
    Github has reinstated the YouTube-dl repository after the EFF sent them a letter explaining that YouTube-dl did not circumvent technological protection measures as the RIAA had claimed in their DMCA notice. They also started and donated $1 million to a new developer defense fund "to help protect open source developers on GitHub from unwarranted DMCA Section 1201 takedown claims". Github is also changing its review process for these types of claims to make it easier for developers to have their repositories reinstated and to ensure that each claim is carefully scrutinized by legal experts to prevent abuse of the DMCA.
     
    Quotes
    From Github's blogpost:
     
    From the EFF's letter:
    My thoughts
    Glad to see the EFF joining this fight and Github standing up for its developers and putting its money where its mouth is. They seem to be taking this situation seriously and are going quite a bit beyond what would normally be expected. Hopefully the music industry will calm down with the recent onslaught of DMCA takedowns across the internet, but that is exceedingly unlikely until the DMCA gets a drastic overhaul, which is also unlikely given all of the money entertainment industries bribe lobby politicians with.
     
    Sources
    Techcrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/16/github-defies-riaa-takedown-notice-restoring-youtube-dl-and-starting-1m-defense-fund/
    Github's blog: https://github.blog/2020-11-16-standing-up-for-developers-youtube-dl-is-back/
    EFF's letter: https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/11/2020-11-16-RIAA-reversal-effletter.pdf
  20. Informative
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from ARikozuM in GitHub defies RIAA takedown notice, restoring YouTube-dl and starting $1M developer defense fund   
    Summary
    Github has reinstated the YouTube-dl repository after the EFF sent them a letter explaining that YouTube-dl did not circumvent technological protection measures as the RIAA had claimed in their DMCA notice. They also started and donated $1 million to a new developer defense fund "to help protect open source developers on GitHub from unwarranted DMCA Section 1201 takedown claims". Github is also changing its review process for these types of claims to make it easier for developers to have their repositories reinstated and to ensure that each claim is carefully scrutinized by legal experts to prevent abuse of the DMCA.
     
    Quotes
    From Github's blogpost:
     
    From the EFF's letter:
    My thoughts
    Glad to see the EFF joining this fight and Github standing up for its developers and putting its money where its mouth is. They seem to be taking this situation seriously and are going quite a bit beyond what would normally be expected. Hopefully the music industry will calm down with the recent onslaught of DMCA takedowns across the internet, but that is exceedingly unlikely until the DMCA gets a drastic overhaul, which is also unlikely given all of the money entertainment industries bribe lobby politicians with.
     
    Sources
    Techcrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/16/github-defies-riaa-takedown-notice-restoring-youtube-dl-and-starting-1m-defense-fund/
    Github's blog: https://github.blog/2020-11-16-standing-up-for-developers-youtube-dl-is-back/
    EFF's letter: https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/11/2020-11-16-RIAA-reversal-effletter.pdf
  21. Like
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from LpoolTech in The UK House Of Lords says lootboxes are gambling, calls for immediate reclassification and regulation on their sale   
    Imagine Fifa, NBA 2k20, and other similar sports games having their ratings changed from Pegi 3 to Pegi 18 (and E to M), due to it being illegal for children to gamble. That would be glorious. It won't solve to the core issue of the prevalence of gambling mechanics in games, but it would be a huge blow to EA and similarly greedy publishers, which I'm all for.
  22. Agree
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from Wheresmehammer in The UK House Of Lords says lootboxes are gambling, calls for immediate reclassification and regulation on their sale   
    Imagine Fifa, NBA 2k20, and other similar sports games having their ratings changed from Pegi 3 to Pegi 18 (and E to M), due to it being illegal for children to gamble. That would be glorious. It won't solve to the core issue of the prevalence of gambling mechanics in games, but it would be a huge blow to EA and similarly greedy publishers, which I'm all for.
  23. Agree
    TimeOmnivore got a reaction from jagdtigger in The UK House Of Lords says lootboxes are gambling, calls for immediate reclassification and regulation on their sale   
    Imagine Fifa, NBA 2k20, and other similar sports games having their ratings changed from Pegi 3 to Pegi 18 (and E to M), due to it being illegal for children to gamble. That would be glorious. It won't solve to the core issue of the prevalence of gambling mechanics in games, but it would be a huge blow to EA and similarly greedy publishers, which I'm all for.
  24. Agree
    TimeOmnivore reacted to Brooksie359 in Your debt collectors may soon be adding you on Facebook   
    It sucks when the first thing you think about when you are debating on if you should go to the hospital is not whether or not your physical condition is bad enough but whether its worth wasting a couple grand in medical bills. 
  25. Agree
    TimeOmnivore reacted to Fatih19 in Where Gaming Begins - AMD RX6000 series Live Event   
    The GPU is different. The 6800 and the 6800XT is a different class of GPU.
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