I have 2 words for you "control group"
For Chrome: ScriptSafe + Chostery + HTTP SwitchBoard + Disconnect
Just FYI ScriptSafe is abandoned...
Didn't they update it just this week?
The only thing that requires Steam to still be around is the multiplayer system Steamworks.
In order to play *any* game bought from Steam, the Steam client must be running and have an internet connection.
That's not true! I have several games on Steam that will run just fine on it's own (I can even copy them to my laptop without Steam installed and they work there too).
Not all the games on steam use Steamworks or any sort of DRM...
Kerbal Space Program is one example.
I think in this case the "check" refers to looking at what has been auto-filled in the field...
I'd say that there's a difference between "offsets" and "makes up for"...
Quoting from the steam description
This Original Soundtrack includes 14 unique tracks mixed from the ambient music of the game, allowing you to enjoy the wonderful music whenever you want.
Digital Art book:
See the concepts behind the buildings! The book features almost a 32 hand drawn concepts of the game various buildings and the story behind each.
I am so fucking sick of idiotic vehicle design ideas being mandated
A good example is "daytime running lights". This moronic design
tends to cause many drivers to forget to switch their lights on when
darkness falls, because the daytime running lights make these drivers
think their headlights are already switched on when they are not switched
on. The result is cars driving in the dark with NO TAIL LIGHTS.
Fuck the government and all its "we will make the world safe for you" bullshit.
More often than not, the end result is worse than if nothing had been done.
Where I live the mandated "daytime running lights" includes the tail lights.
Umm... you can't watch a friend while waiting for his game to finish via a pre-recorded video...
Bandwidth would probably be ok, but the ping times would be horrible...
I have no real advice on what we should do about stick...perhaps the clutch is in the middle?
How would you operate something like that without making things more complicated?