If you had been shown that daytime footage without context, you would absolutely have believed it to be real footage.
I came in here to shrug my shoulders at another pointless tech demo, but dude, that shit looks real. If someone had just sent this to me as a spooky video someone recorded, it never would have occurred to me that the whole thing might be rendered.
You’re right, it looks...Unreal. But seriously, are you nuts? That daytime shot looks totally real.
No it’s not supposed to be cross-playable with Overwatch 1. The original announcement is that it would replace Overwatch 1 for everyone, free of charge. And you would pay for the PVE missions.
Not that I’m defending nVidia here, but your examples are pretty bad. Seems more like “how can you say for sure that Goodyear’s additional profits come from tire swings just because tire swings were the hot retro trend this summer?”
edit: Or, I suppose, “how does Juul know that so much of their revenue is coming from… Read more
ikr. “People shouldnt exploit this case for clicks” and also “we worked long and hard to find a way to write an article about it even though we focus on video games”
Games are continuing to get more complex, players’ expectations are continuing to rise, and ever-changing games like online shooters, MMOs, and Live Service games are more prevalent than ever—genres that require constant and significant updates to keep the players happy and on the game. Read more
Jake was teased several time in earlier eps, and even the extra sarcophagus in the hospital told you someone else was inside his head. Marc denying even being aware of one fight should have been the biggest clue.
It’s been suggested that when “Marc” is talking to Harrow in his office that’s actually Jake. (Just as Jake’s presence can be felt in the previous episodes, from the coworker who gets invited out for steak and stood up, to the murder-piles of defeated enemies that Steven wakes up to find himself surrounded by. The… Read more
I gotta agree with you. Not getting all the praise for the show (other than Oscar Isaac’s acting). The pacing is too slow, the characters don’t generally act like people, the violence and dark psychology is handed with kid gloves, the cgi looks unfinished (outside of episode 5), and there’s astounding little Moon… Read more
This sort of explains now why I felt like Echo was somehow both underused and overhyped in the Hawkeye series. It makes sense that Marvel was just really pushing to use this character somewhere and trying to make her fit somewhere. If they really wanted her somewhere, they should have given her a solo show to begin… Read more
I certainly hope SE doesn’t own the IP, otherwise we’ll never see another Sleeping Dogs game. It’s unfortunate that the original devs have since disbanded but who knows, maybe they could get back together. If not, I’m pretty sure another developer could take the reigns and put out a good sequel.
I’m having an issue with this series. I think Marvel could have done a better job of introducing the character than trying to cram him into a 6 episode story. With every other Disney+ Marvel show (Falcon/Winter Soldier, Hawkeye, WandaVision, and Loki, all of these characters had been already introduced and their… Read more
they really need to hire better writers.
I don’t know if brake checks are codified as illegal anywhere, but they can be cited using myriad unsafe driving practices laws.
The Raptor was brake-checking and sped up to block the Accord; that behavior could have easily killed somebody, and not just the asshole in the Accord.