I was looking forward to split screen co-op with my wife....but then read there were no plans for local co-op.
I was looking for some Co-Op games to play on the Switch. This seemed cool until I realized the Co-Op mode is just 18 or so challenge missions, not the actual story. Just cancelled my pre-order. This will be one of those “buy if on sale” games.
Google Home can’t make phone calls, so this didn’t happen.
The problem with most routers is the firmware. I bought the Nighthawk X4 and the range and speeds were good. But the firmware was horrible. Devices dropping connections requiring and refusing to connect until rebooting the router, drives connected to the USB ports on the router not behaving properly, advanced…
The only thing his comments will cause to happen..will be more donations in his name.
Seems like a typical Nintendo release to me.
He also said something about how women aren’t smart enough to invent something like this themselves because of periods. Or something.
I have enjoyed playing this game. Spent 36 hours so far exploring and playing the main and side missions (according to Uplay..the timer could be inaccurate).
I bought the K95 refurbished from Newegg. Was a bit disappointed how the keys face is not uniformly lit. But otherwise, the keyboard is great.
Ah, the Poor Man’s VPN. I do this with my Raspberry Pi. Just be sure to use a non-standard port for your SSH server and a secure password. And apply updates regularly.
Just a warning- this SSD is much slower than an internal SSD. http://www.thessdreview.com/our-reviews/mydigitalssd-pocket-vault-ssd-review/
I was excited about this sequel until I heard there was no PC version.
My Nexus Player + Moonlight (aka: Nvidia GameStream, can launch Steam In-home Streaming) + Xbox 360 controller is a good alternative for the Steam Link.
Yes, but the update on the 12th could say shipping in mid May...
I don’t think people need less penalties to go rogue. Closed beta was fun - I spent hours in the DZ and ran across a few rogues. Open beta was a cluster - rogues everywhere. And so far, the DZ seems to be very similar to the open beta.
If one entity controls a good portion of the exit nodes for a length of time, then it is possible to unmask specific user traffic over that timespan.
This looks just like AC IV. Which in my mind is a good thing. AC IV was a good game with, what I thought, was a disappointing ending. But I still put over 40 hours in that game.
The XPS 13 Ultrabook is 15.1mm with full USB ports. USB-C is a nice inclusion, but I would rather have full USB ports than carry a dongle. As it is, I wish my XPS 13 was a bit thicker and had a built-in Ethernet port.