My favorite video game of all time and all platforms is Star Control 2. Released in 1992 on PC Favorite NES: Dragon Warrior 4. Favorit SNES: Tie! Super Mario RPG & Chronotrigger.
When I subscribed to Comcast a while back, there was a 4 day outage. By the second day, I found out that it was due to an attack on the DNS servers. So I went into the gateway and changed mine to Verizon's for the time being.
I can just imagine how biased and one-sided this class would be
If you say so. However, I got rid of the stock OS and installed CyanogenMod and am very pleased with its performance. Everyone is entitled to their opinion.
It is actions like this that cause an increase in piracy of content. Taking what used to be free to watch and now charging for it. The content providers are thus promoting the piracy of their own products.
The apartment we live in has a dirty electrical system (lots of spikes, sags, surges and dips). We have a UPS attached to anything that does not use direct AC power. The only problem is that these new LED and florescent bulbs are sensitive to spikes and surges compared to incandescent bulbs. As a result, they died significantly faster that advertised.
I see cheating as gaining an unfair advantage over another player. I do mean player and not bots or the computer (no moral dilemma) I remember in Age of Empires 2, you could enable cheats for all players and those games got crazy. (despite using cheat codes, I did not see this as cheating because no one was at a disadvantage) My general rule was play it through the first time with out cheating, then cheat to your heart's delight. The two worst cases of cheating in multiplayer games was Diablo 1 and Counter Strike 1. In Diablo 1, multiplayer toons were saved on the local computer instead of online along with that there was an app (bobafett) that aloud various cheats including killing all players on the same level you were on and then claiming their gold and gear that dropped. Counter Strike 1's infamous cheat was OGC. x-ray walls, auto target lock, auto fire. It got so bad that the more skilled players were being accused of cheating if their scores were significantly above the others. (this happen to me on numerous occasions) . I can't think of any other multiplayer cheat epidemics
agree. Find those values, alter them, then freeze them
I read my Warcraft novels while winding down to go to bed
Of course there is no concrete evidence. If there was, those involved with Truecrypt would have been arrested and charged with violating 18 U.S.C. 2709(c) of the USA Patriot Act.
Bioshock Infinite was an amazing game in all aspects. It was the first game I played on my newly built system which pushed it to its limits. It is unfortunate that Irrational Games closed its doors.
Superior graphics, AI, and audio. Don't make a kick-ass game. IMO, the greatest video game of all time is Star Control 2 (1993)
It would be nice if we could sick the CFAA on the NSA. Unofrtunately, they are immune from that law.
I own a green laser pointer refereed to as a star pointer since the beam is easier to follow into the night sky. I use it to point to stars and constellations to educate my daughter. When I see an aircraft, I turn it off. What if someone observes me and thinks I'm shining it at an aircraft and wrongfully reports me?