all the Zelda games seem pretty much the same to me
The latest one sure isn't.
That's almost all you can do. The TOS is explicit that you do not own the games, and it is a DRM service meaning it can withhold permission to play any time it wants to
Not entirely true. You can play games in offline mode without logging in and the publishers are free to provide DRM-free games via Steam in the same way that Kindle publishers can provide DRM-free ebooks if they choose. http://steam.wikia.com/wiki/Li...
Work from 20 to 50, save 30%, and expect to live from 50 to 90 off those savings? I can do the math on my fingers to see that's not going to work.
Even if someone saved 100% for 30 years, inflation will ensure they can't live off that for 40 years afterwards.
I think by "save" he meant "invest."
In what way is that a "car"?
eg. Where do the kids/shopping go? If it rains you'll get wet.
It's clearly a recreational vehicle. It's possible they're looking at that sector as a viable path to a more practical vehicle, or maybe they've always had small stakes in mind. That looks fun, but not as fun as an ultralight and not really much different than what some more adventurous makers have built.
It's hilarious since the Mirai kid created it to DDoS minecraft servers
so that he could sell them his anti ddos service. It was a racket.
when the US used to do this kind of stuff
The last unmanned supply craft launched by the US to a space station was only two days ago.
That's probably why he had such an easy time remembering it.
DotA is definitely more than a mash-up of Warcraft 3 and Tower Defense, I mean it spawned an entire genre that has dominated gaming for the better part of 10-years.
What I mean is that if you had only ever played League of Legends, your first time playing WC3, the first time you trained a hero from the altar, you'd just get why the genre was born out of that game. But yes I agree DOTA is a far better game than WC3/TFT and was a really ingenious distillation of its best parts along with new additions.
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