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Seems everyone has an ebgames firing story,
I was 17 and got picked by a secret shopper during the halo 3 release chaos, they wanted a ps3 which were almost out of stock everywhere, rather than sit on the phone to other stores knowing if any had one, they werent going to give it up, so i let them know the bigw in the shopping center had about 3 that we saw yesterday.
Manager called me the next day saying the area manager couldnt fire me over it but could cut all my shifts back to zero.
a year later i got a call from a brand new manager asking if i could do a shift, then they seemed annoyed i was still on the roster when i told them.
I used G2A for the first time last week, was actually very happy with it.
Mate had a random urge to play red alert 3 cooperative, which i didn't own
Steam = $53.15 G2A = $9.40
sure as hell not willing to pay $53 for a 9 year old game
Seems kind of silly to be sending the physical games.
He should have sent the dumping hardware and instructions on how to do basic dumps, and work with the owner in their free time to perfect each dump, slower but less risky
Why do most gaming laptops look like crap?
The red frame around the trackpad makes it look like cheap and id rather a minimal design
If i had the NBN id happily sign up for a legitimate streaming service
If streaming services covered majority of the movie/tv content instead of them all fighting for exclusivity and forcing the end user to sign up for 2-3 services to watch everything they want to watch.
If Geo blocking wasnt a thing and people could freely watch the international content they want that isn't available on their local streaming services
Maybe then piracy numbers would go down
too late in my opinion,
I gave up and bought a xbone and wifi module because i was tired of waiting, now i wont be buying one because i have already invested in the xbone setup
If its anything like the gundam cafe when i visited, the food was average and expensive
Not mentioned in the article at all, this was announced back in early April.
The company manufacturing it for hasbro is Xiaomi, a premium smartphone/tablet company based in China.
The tablet design is based off the Xiaomi MiPad 2
OpenRA has been around for years, they are developing and testing an isometric side to the engine so it can support later westwood games like Tiberium Sun/Red Alert 2 and probably any other isometric RTS thats open source these days
Only VR Game i care for so far is Bullet Train, but refuse to get anything but a HTC Vive atm, soooo theres all that
Call of duty zombies, aaand a sandbox game like Garry's mod
looks exactly like sleeping dogs haha
Its a free to play competative FPS, deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, some sort of base destruction, and it has vehicles
Hmmm but tribes ascend has 636 people playing worldwide right now (on steam)
Natural selection 2 which is also going through a revamp has only 244 worldwide players
both games all time peaks have not broken 10k on steam
Even though i personally think they are great games, (tribes is one of the rare F2P that didnt suck) the numbers just arent there
Ill just wait for someone to leak the pc version
Amazon USA has stock of the steam link and steam controller, and they ship international
Downside is the USA - AUS exchange rate sucks hard for us at the moment.
Hellraid looks promising
Like a FPS Diablo made by the creators of dead island
although vermintide is scratching that itch atm it just needs more content
Yep, this will be one of the super rare cases i want to buy a product from a retail store, there just hasnt been enough information f
to warrant me purchasing one without holding the damn thing first.
Also super annoying they dont release it worldwide at the same time, it just creates a time gap for people to ebay them at double the price
I am still waiting for the razer forge tv, by the time that reaches australia it will be outdated and the second will be announced.
People are going to start selling steam hardware on ebay for 200% more, and perhaps knockoffs will start being made
If releasing on steam, try and tick as many API features as humanly possible, Controller Support, Steam Cloud, Achievements, Trading Cards, Caption, Languages (Steam has a language translation service)
Some are hard to impliment, some are easy, and the more that get ticked the more appealing the game can be
Early Access is like Alcohol, you get hungover and swear to never drink again, but you always do, i did this with ark, and after 20mins of playing on lowest settings and my gtx 980 only getting 45fps i requested a refund
Cant see any issue with this, because who has a steam account with no intention to purchase games?
Could be wrong but i think they are using the quake or quake2 engine as a base
Just your everyday casual science going on.
Im in sapporo atm, saw the final stages being put on,lots of workers in camo, guess it would have taken an army to complete :p