The problem is a completely different one. Namely that judges don't know jack shit about technology. Which means we'll get two things at once, on one hand judges that will buy into the hype and believe anything thrown at them concerning how Mr Evilhacker killed my beloved Granny (who just happened to leave everything to me, but that's not the point now), and on the other hand we'll get judges that simply cannot wrap their mind around just exactly this happening and letting actual people who used this vector for murder go because they just can't even imagine how this should work.
Hmm... I think that would be the first app that generates a buffer overflow not because it forgot to but exactly because it flushed.
Care to elaborate why you'd want me fucked?
Given the way the US run today, it's more an episode of either CSI or Law and Order.
Who cares that someone died, there's someone to be sued here! KA-CHING!
I pity the fool who gets to bite it, but apparently it is a necessity that people can die from something before anything remotely resembling safety and security gets implemented.
Then again, why should I pity someone who has no idea what he is doing but feels the pressing urge to do it anyway?
Since it means jack shit where you are on the internet, the very last place I'd be if I wanted to kill you with an appliance attached to the internet is anywhere near you.
Now please excuse me, I have to catch a plane to Malaysia.
Famous last words of Admiral Yamamoto?
Well, that's because government's primary concern is not to make more money for those who rule it... erh
Never mind. I'm stuck in the times when politicians worked for their country rather than having their country work for them.
Can we agree that they BOTH make horrible decisions when it comes to game quality? Both companies are guilty of buying out good studios with a well established franchise and then milk it 'til the cow's dead.
Frankly I don't care which of them is worse, NEITHER of them sees a dime of my money until I have very good reason to believe something changed for the better.
I guess you're another one that is going to waffle on about tin ears and golden ears in order to assert your superiority?
Claiming that hairyfeet's experience (lossless -> 320 -> 128 sounds as good as lossless -> 128) is unrepresentative wasn't my intent at all.
Has there been ANY 'AAA' title released in the last 10 years that the CEO of the company that published it shouldn't have made [an apology like this] after it's release?
The answer to that question depends on whether you consider first-party Wii and Wii U games to be "AAA". Without defining AAA, we'll just talk past each other.