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Comment: Re:Or, if they want people to buy them.. (Score 1) 375

by lazorz (#31751948) Attached to: Game Devs On the Future of PC Gaming

Make in ME1 served perfectly to tie in the "travel" part of exploration providing a flow to your character's story. I feel like with ME2 they strayed away from this too much (no Mako, added load screens, summary screens, etc) thus breaking up the game into what felt like constricted segments at times. I hope in ME3 they can improve on this aspect and provide a better overall flow to the game.

Comment: Downloading tickets (Score 1) 949

by lazorz (#31680174) Attached to: New Litigation Targets 20,000 BitTorrent-Using Downloaders

Next logical step is for this to evolve into a sort of a speeding ticket system. You get caught - pay a nominal fee and get X points on your name. Get caught enough times and they sue big time, till then you just keep paying nominal fees.

Not sure how I feel about it, but it sure as hell sounds more reasonable than suing 8-5 $35k/year crowd, kids with $5/hr dish-washing jobs and stay-at-home moms for millions of dollars.

Comment: Re:NICE! (Score 1) 541

by lazorz (#31421068) Attached to: Valve Confirms Mac Versions of Steam, Valve Games

> Compared to ten years ago MS lost the top end to
> Apple, the bottom end to netbooks and most of the > middle's running intel integrated crap.

This sentence, by stating that middle-end is running integrated and the top and bottom have been "lost", seems to imply that in fact the only people who run MS are the people on mid-end. That's the statement I am questioning.

I've never been canoeing before, but I imagine there must be just a few simple heuristics you have to remember... Yes, don't fall out, and don't hit rocks.

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