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  1. Just got it on Steam. All the problems seem fixed. It is now the best shooter since Halflife/Black Mesa. I shit you not! PS: FANTASTIC ! My life is better because i played this game.
  2. Hey! Are you also annoyed by how many string quartets deface Beethoven's op. 18 No. 1, second movement "Adagio affettuoso ed appassionato"? Well, fret no longer! Here's the Belcea Quartet, absolutely nailing it. Have a nice one! https://youtu.be/QF7oNBv08Hc
  3. This game is really interesting. A few hours in, i can't say anything conclusive but it has heart and soul. The story touches me in a way....hard to say....it feels like a movie from Andrei Tarkowski.
  4. Suggestion: "Ripper" 1996, Take-Two Interactive. This is a point-and-click adventure with "interactive movie" elements, set in the future. OK, basic research revealed that LGR did a 10min review of it. Still, I think a GD would be great. I haven't played it and have no idea if it's great or terrible or somewhere in the boring middle.... ...but I like the idea of going on the journey with Ross, with no prior knowledge...to see what horrifying truths lie hidden in this work of a bygone era of PC gaming. PS: It's that one with Christopher Walken and Gimli and Paul Giamatti. Not many games have Paul Giamatti!!!
  5. sry 4 posting here and not on red. ...i have no red. account...long, boring story....
  6. I really was (kind of) inspired by this talk: In short: Cursed problems vs. hard problems. Ex.: 1.: Large open world - quality of content: is a hard problem. Solution is possible, but with a lot of work. 2.: Pokemon go: Play whenever, wherever - don't play, while driving: is a cursed problem. Solution is not possible (any restriction for security reasons would violate the first promise). I liked the image, that a cursed problem is like an eldrich god in your ocean and the only way to calm him is to offer him your babies. My question: The old image of the "starving artist" and the consequent problems seem to manifest themselves within the still growing gaming industry, more than ever. While there is huge potential for innovation within the medium, the urge for endless monetization creates "shallow" content or really terrible working conditions("crunch"). Is the conflict between honest, artistical work and the survival of the artist a cursed problem? PS: I know, this is no short and sexy question...but maybe interesting.
  7. ...i really don't have much exp. with linux...i used some ubuntu version, years ago...i totally get what the "user friendlyness" issue is, but i don't shy away from these things. The term : "linux gaming", for me just means: ending the ms monopoly on pc gaming. That, in fact is the only thing, i'm interested in here.
  8. Hey folks, happy Halloween! Hey Ross! THX a lot for this great (again) hw trilogy! I share your view on FMV Games...they mostly vacuum! (....Wing Commander 4 rules, though!) Nevertheless, you made some great Points in the first and scnd vid, making it well worth it, imo. For the main course: "chef kiss!" Nuff said! Besides, maybe: i haven't found a GD, not beeing in that category, yet!
  9. A video on Linux Gaming? You had my curiosity all along, good Sir, but now you have my attention.
  10. This is a great solution to! So many good old games! But why exactly 2011? I mean, if you would expand it to 2012, you could do the Mass effect Trilogy or Dishonored.... I'm done now building a system around my 1080 and now RE 2 Remake runs fine (most spec heavy title i own)....so i'm fine....Only upcoming Problem: Elden Ring Well said! ....unfortunatly
  11. Fun story: Watching, i think one of Ross's streams of Lecard Chronicles 2, i heard him saying something like: "civ11 is giving me a run for my money...". Me: "civ what?" Cut foreward: "Then, from the Dark, They came, and found the Souls of Lords within the Flame. Ross, the first of the good, the Noah of Caldwell-Gervais, and his analyses of long, Matthewmatosis, the Lord of Insight, and his thoughtful Mega Microvideos, and the furtive civvie, so easily forgotten." And, conveniently, just as i finished bathing in ALL of Civvie's videos, THE NEW GD IS HERE!!!! I recently saw a video (i could swear it was from civvie, but i can't find the part anymore) where (supposedly) civvie said something like: "....this is so complicated and over my head,.....it is more a Ross Scott thing...". This GD is on the point of this statement. I never felt so entertained, while my brain was fractalised. THX for another great GD!!! and thx for civvie btw!
  12. @TheOneFreeman23: Thx 4 sharing your story! Tough shit! And a noble deed, selling under MSRP! More power to you and all the best! @Im_CIA: Sorry to hear that! Good luck to you! If your plans work out, you'r both faster than me, having to keep my 1080 for, well, as it looks at the moment, forever (TSMC price increase etc.). As long as my card works, i will wait. Even if i could find a way, giving nvidia 1000 bucks for a 3060ti LHR feels wrong on so many levels! Intels market entry may stir things up a bit.
  13. Man, i hope he never finds me here! He'd kill me, if he knew, that i offer my golden words for free!
  14. I am old and i loved Riven. So i loved this. period.
  15. A bit too "grind-y" for me, but unmatched "movement feeling"! (don't know how to better phrase this...but if you've played it, you will know what i mean!)
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