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misterBee

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    bchan-hk47, bchan009, bchan555
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    Guilty Gear, Blazblue, Melty Blood, Tekken, UNIEL, Garou, KOF, Street Fighter

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  1. I don't think the game is that demanding -- if you can handle something like ZDoom then Ion Fury should be no problem. The game only requires something like 1GB of RAM and a 512MB GPU.
  2. Unfortunately that's because Kiwami 1 & 2 are PS2 games with a fresh coat of paint. Their stories are still decent but they're not at the same level as Yakuza 0. Once you get to Yakuza 3/4/5/6 the story jumps up in quality again by a lot. I'd still recommend Kiwami 1 & 2 even if it's just so that you can understand the later games. I can't wait for Yakuza 7...
  3. Stick drift can sometimes be fixed by squirting some silicone lubricant into the analog stick assembly. I've fixed drift on some Dualshock 4 pads this way.
  4. Since we're talking about Duke3D, has anyone played Ion Fury? It's pretty good:
  5. Whatsapp desktop version syncs through your phone also. I don't really mind though - as long as I can copy/paste and use my keyboard while using the app I don't really care where it's being run from. Makes sense that WeChat doesn't want to have native apps that run on other devices since it's deeply tied to your phone number and is also used for payment and stuff. No. Wechat has a really large sticker selection of its own so it's not so bad. Whatsapp stickers are super ghetto though -- you gotta install them as separate apps from the app store...
  6. Does the pad work on its own as an xinput controller? I like the pad but don't really care about the service.
  7. Damn...should I give up running forums too?
  8. This is how it begins. First you start with Yakuza 0 and before you know it you've played them all and own Yakuza-themed shot glasses.
  9. I don't have a set schedule. If I think something is important I back it up in 2 or 3 places and then just update my backups when I feel like there's been an significant change that warrants creating a new backup. For really small stuff I'll just throw it onto my Google Drive and not worry about it.
  10. One day when I have time I'll take a look at some of the old Transformers I have at my parents' house. You guys can help me identify what I've got. I remember I've got a metal Optimus Prime with the trailer + a few others.
  11. I don't even care how good it is as long as it's somewhat in the same ballpark in terms of performance and I can actually get my hands on one.
  12. EULAs and TOS have always been the main tools for software developers and sellers of IP (like music) to ensure that buying their product from a store does NOT give you ownership over it. This has actually always been the case, which is what I was arguing in my posts above. The only difference now is people are starting to pay attention because things like streaming are becoming a thing. This method has sometimes been defeated in court but other times has been upheld. It's a real clusterfuck. Some interesting stuff here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wik
  13. This is correct. Sony/Microsoft/EA/whoever don't own the disc. You own the disc, and you can re-sell it. But that's my whole point. You own the DISC. Not what's on it. You don't own a single byte of data on there. The only thing you own is literally the plastic it's made out of. That's why they say you can't make copies for distribution. If the game is a chest, the disc is like a key. You own the key and can sell it to someone else under First Sales Doctrine. Then THAT person will have access to the chest. However you can't distribute or copy anything inside the chest (th
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