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Not saying that it's necessarily the case here, but should games limit themselves by current technology?
I remember with Metro 2033, the developers left in the options menu ridiculous values for Ambient Occlusion that were unrealistic and really didn't give that much more visual fidelity than lower options, and people lost their minds and talked about how unoptimised the game was because they couldn't put every setting to max and run it with high FPS even though they had beefy gaming rigs for the time.
Yeah, but like you said, I seriously doubt that's the case here, but rather just a shitty port from the sounds of it.
You're right technically.
This was maybe the most important argument of the month.
Pointless, almost definitely. Satisfying, only slightly.
I don't know why I am a grammer nazi (this message is also an apology to Jordan and any other writers at PCGN that I've corrected spelling/literacy over the time I've been on this website), but when I see an error it nags at me, I'm unable to ignore it :P
So long as it's known and noted, I'm not even worried if the article isn't changed, nor if my message(s) are deleted. So long as somebody else notices I will feel it's no longer my sole issue. I don't read the articles to find grammer mistakes, I follow and comment because I honestly like the satire and format of the PC gaming news all the writers at PCGN bring to the internet, so please don't judge me too harshly :P
It's not JUST A, but neither is it JUST B.
Meaning it's both or more. :)
They never say "neither is it Just B".
For "neither is it B" to be correct in a literal sense, it would have to not be A in the first place. I assumed they meant that it is both A and B, but the sentence is grammatically wrong. Solution would be to state "It's not just A, but it is also B".
The whole trend of naming things exactly the same as their older counter parts, is incredibly idiotic.
It confuses gamers and systems alike.
How does that help?
So I can use different passwords on every site? I already use many, though not different on EVERY site.
What about when I access my profiles from somewhere other than my home PC?
They make changing and managing your passwords in general really easy.
I am guessing there is an eye/sensor in the bar that can detect depth. I also guess when you use multi-touch gestures you have to make sure they are done on a horizontal plane (side by side) instead of vertical movements.
Get a password manager.
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