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Member Since 06 Aug 2001
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In Topic: What games are people playing these days!?

Yesterday, 02:55 PM

Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 (Season Pass Edition): the most fun I had since Far Cry 3, or Borderlands 1. Kind of a Far Cry 3/4 clone, minus the fauna hunting and with an added drone which is extremely handy for surveying the area and tagging targets. Graphics are gorgeous but GPU intensive: my GTX 1070 handles 40-50 fps in 1440p with all settings maxed out. Expect at least 40 h of play time if you aim to do all side missions and points of interests. Some bugs but nothing game breaking. Loading times are a bit long (the game is large, 60 GB) so if you have room on a SSD (I hadn't) it should help. Definitely recommended!

In Topic: Cyan World's new game, Firmament

Yesterday, 12:32 AM

View PostCougar, on 16 March 2018 - 04:05 PM, said:

I wonder what the "artifact" will be. Myst Book with LCD panel inside? Whark model? Authentic working D'ni Timepiece...?

Or Miller brothers used underwear? :P

In Topic: MacPro Updated Prediction 2019

09 March 2018 - 02:07 PM

View PostThain Esh Kelch, on 08 March 2018 - 11:43 PM, said:

And the mouse will have one button again.

There's more than one button on Macs? I never knew!

In Topic: Aspyr's upcoming projects

03 March 2018 - 02:11 AM

It doesn't matter for newer hardware, and Microsoft, unlike Apple, has always had backward compatibility for a loooong time in its operating systems. IMHO, It will take at least fifteen years or more before MS drops 32 bit support. Windows 10, if you choose the 32 bit flavour, can still run 16 bit apps natively from 25 years ago! So no one will spend money to convert apps to 64 bits when it's not needed or not even even really useful.

In Topic: Aspyr's upcoming projects

01 March 2018 - 01:24 AM

ipickert55, why would they bother as long as Windows keeps supporting 32 bit apps?