Emulators can be useful in many ways, but they can not replace the real thing.
I don't get that argument. STASI was supposed to spy on East German citizens. Does that make it right? If it's the NSA's job to spy on allies, why not change their damn job description or shut them down?
At work, I daily deal with Mac-users who gets their mailaccounts hijacked because of infections. It takes roughly 10-20 minutes to convince them to download and run Avast or something like that, but it's worth the "oh....".
Fixed that for you.
(half-joking, I'm sure there's some good AAA-titles, but the ones I've tried the past 10 years or so have been disappointing and boring.)
I've never heard that before. Oh wait, we're playing the "make up random nonsense"-game? I'll play!
> Europeans are jealous as to how much horseriding in Argentina is better because there is so much less burdens.
> The Japanese are jealous as to how much swimming in Somalia is better because there is so much less burdens.
> Iranians are jealous as to how much stampcollecting in Greenland is better because there is so much less burdens.
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Slashdot should have a permanent banner saying "need new keyboard? IBM Model M".
But why a threadmill? This can also be measured by running, swimming, playing football or a persons ability to catch small horses.
Same here. Civ V was the last game I bought without at least downloading a cracked copy and testing it myself - it was such a huge disappointment. I still suspect the reviewers were bribed somehow, or perhaps tested the game before it got radically dumbed down, just before release?
It's not until recently that I dare buy games again, after watching reviews on youtube so I can see it for myself. I will never trust Firaxis or "professional" reviewers again.