chaos2992
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Lol what ps5's are we gonna upgrade?! We can't get our hands on the damn thing!

Feb 25
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Thats part of the problem with many big businesses today. Nothing is ever enough. They always have to make more. There’s something to be said for evolving with the times, but that’s not what these companies are doing. They are trying to force evolution in a direction they want. 

Feb 25
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I didn't hate mass effect 3's multiplayer, they just didn't need to make it mandatory to get the best ending. I say keep it, just keep it separate from anything having to do with the single player portion.

Feb 24
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Andromeda was fine once they fixed the issues it had at launch. People are too quick to dismiss games based on their launch state. its current state is very playable and the story is fine. not amazing, but its the first entry in what I assume will be a trilogy. give it time.

Feb 24
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Neat. I imagine people handing out personal business cards with a url on them that leads to a quick little self promotion site with links to personal store-fronts on like etsy or something. Or heck, maybe even a landing site that acts as a resume. Companies love that stuff. Could be useful.

Feb 24
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I just wish a micro-center would open in orlando, florida. There is almost nowhere I could go to obtain everything I would need to build a decent pc in one stop. But for alli know, their days are numbered too.

Feb 24
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Yes, that was my point. Guess I should have put a “/s” at the end.

Feb 24
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Isn’t it funny how companies always ensure thy give execs their severances but fire the 60-70 year old man about to retire before he can collect his benefits?

Feb 23
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I MIGHT actually get behind console vr if they give us something like the oculus move controllers. that and the fact that vr has been out a while now and they have a much less haphazard choices for making vr work on their console. with the ps4 vr was just kind of an afterthought. they essentially recycled of bunch of Read more

Feb 22
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So essentially the dude spent all that money for a unique token that simply represents bragging rights? the file itself can still be copied and distributed infinitely and eventually will be for free. All this guy has to show for it is a representative blockchain token with some unique code as a record of the Read more

Feb 22
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They are sold THROUGH nft’s. They represent unique assets but they themselves are not the asset. OnceOnce it’s been traded, all bets are off.

Feb 21
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legally speak, I thought reverse engineered source codes where in the clear from stuff like this? stolen code is one thing, but reverse engineered, I thought was another? anyone know for sure?

Feb 20
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a tv show has entertainment value and has value attracting viewers for advertisements. This thing is a single animation on repeat. it has no entertainment value unless the dude uses it as part of a video or something and then it will be out there on the internet for all to use and they will have wasted their money.

Feb 19
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How do you sell something like a gif file which by nature can just be infinitely copied? Something’s value is usually determined by its limited quantity, but that isn’t a thing here.

Feb 18
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idk is a steam account worth having? because if you only ever use it for oculus, they are basically the same thing.

Feb 18
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sure the effects and choreography might be good, but plot has been a thing that has long evaded anything with the mortal combat label on it and probably always will.

Feb 18
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I see no reason to keep making them after what they’ve made runs out. there likely arent royalties since the normal practice is to pay for rights to a likeness as a lump sum.

Feb 18
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I assume Disney paid her a flat fee for the right to use her likeness on toys. if that’s the case, there wont be any ethical issues with selling what they have made then discontinuing them. Bonus points if they donate the profits to causes she hated.

Feb 18
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yeah, fuck the fact there was a pandemic, nintendo needs to do more! /s