Evolutionary Computation, the use of evolution in computing, has been around since the 60's. Nothing inside those programs is "alive", so I would say you are certainly on the right track.
Except there have been surveys and studies that show that Japanese people actually relate to those images, seeing them as themselves and distinctly non-caucasian, so I think you're reading too much into it. They may be racist, but not in this way.
Lol, way to fly off the handle for nothing (and misspell "proving"). He was pointing out that the only black character was a thug gangster - in other words, hardly representative of actual diversity as it is in and of itself a giant stereotype.
Observe! The Overuse of Capitalization and Exclamation Points!
And some of us use the much (MUCH) faster Chrome.
Which is less simple than 2/5. Don't remove your foot just yet
What if I told you that I thought that Deus Ex 2 was better than one, Jedi Knight was a crappy game, and Twilight Princess was better than Ocarina of Time? Nostalgia does a lot to make crappy games (Jedi Knight? Seriously?) look wonderful.
For some reason or another, everything is different when it becomes electronic. Nobody knows why this is, but we, for some reason, need to remake all our laws and regulations, just because this time it's digital.
So what? Many modern games work perfectly without a CD. In fact, on some older games, it was a feature that you could install it on multiple computers. "Oh no we're not making money" is not an excuse. Besides, do you know what you get back on a used game sale these days? Maybe 10-20%? Totally worth it man!
The second one was notable for its fight scenes and soundtrack. Worth a viewing for at least that.
I seem to remember that programmability was the exact reason so many security experts despised the MS Office Suite. How long until the first Google Docs based malware installation?
Only power users that consider Vista to be slow are the ones who use XP cause they've never used Vista.
Or those of us who use Vista everyday. But not ignoring us would destroy your point.
Is that so? Anybody got a link to a guide of some kind? I've got a netbook running on an SSD, and I (and I'm sure many others) would love to know how what tweaks to apply.
Steam has already been largely broken. This is a moot point.
You bastard. You made me click "parent" just to see what you were replying to.