Well, we’ll have to see the games! Basically, it reads like a paddle controller - the game sees that you rotated it 3 degrees forwards in the last 1/60th of a second, say and then the game can do whatever it wants with that information.
Yeah, I’m certainly not investing in Uber or Lyft. They’re never going to make any profits because the taxi business is too easy to get into.
Okay, if you’re talking pure value I can get a lot of very good games for $150 on Steam. No question. But this is something I can’t get on Steam or any other platform. I’m buying the experience.
Well, this is exactly what responsible game devs have been telling the F2P and then lootbox scum for a decade: If you don’t regulate yourself, someone who doesn’t know anything about it is going to step in and regulate it for you badly.
Uber and Lyft’s business plans both depend on achieving high market volume then ruthlessly slashing costs. Drivers are their biggest cost, but are necessary till self-driving cars are good enough. So they’re going to take the brunt.
I am completely in on this because it’s weird and different and it has creator cred so I don’t feel I’m getting Ouya-ed for my $150.
I was sure the design was going to turn out to be stolen (happens a lot these days), but apparently he only stole it from himself. Major self-own.
Count me. That’s just a bit more than a Call of Duty with all the extras, and it’s super cute and it’s got the creators.
The article could have been just three words: ‘Another Cryptocurrency Scam’
I’m always found Firefox to be much better at Chrome than handling lots of open tabs at once (for speed and memory). Of course any speedups are welcome!
CDs/DVDs have the pits to mark 0s and 1s. That’s easy. So to send video to an analog NTSC TV from a DVD what you need to is:
You could always just be honest about it.
Yeah, at least they worshiped Steve, so even when he screams and treats you like dirt you can write it off as ‘well, he’s Saint Steve!’.
Artist’s impression: Dawwwww.
Well, they didn’t even try to hide it - it’s a direct rip of the Ruben translation - and this seem to be the sort of thing this game would expect, like duh, of course you’ve read Murakami.
There are so many humans we’re destroying the biosphere and most other species, so that’s a clear Yes.
The salt rooms look nice, and it’s probably relaxing...
Okay admittedly on the internet dumb scale homemade sunscreen probably only rates a 4/10.
Oh golly, how dumb can you be.