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  • Controversial mass murdering game Hatred appears on Steam Greenlight

  • azic 16/12/2014

    @SanFran51
    Yeah like Most of UBI's Games for a start. Makes want to go on a rampage like this game LOL
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  • Microsoft Flight Simulator X is coming to Steam next week

  • azic 10/12/2014

    From 2003 to 2009 I ploughed roughly £8000 into flight sim from addons to peripherals. I am a huge plane fan and I simply loved FSX. Some addons from companies like PMDG and LevelD simulations would model everything on the aircraft bar the fuses and some actually did. Some addons could be used to train for real life. I loved my time with FSX and I both learnt and had so much fun.

    Landing a 767 after - 3 hour flight on VATSIM (ATC with real people) was such an achievement. Planning your arrival, fuel, setting up the aircrafts computer for a full CATIII landing or hand flying in and nailing it can't be beaten.

    Why did I stop? No time anymore for 6-8 hours of solid simming. I miss FSX and my favourite addons a lot. I don't have the spare cash to invest anymore as well.

    To anybody who gets on it, check out the addon scene, but watch out.....you can never have too many addons (-;
    Reply +32
  • Performance Analysis: The Crew

  • azic 04/12/2014

    Got it on pc...needed something to warm up my up GPU given I have all but breathed in my PC's direction of late. Performance is good, playing it with ultra settings @ 2K DSR on a 1080p monitor.

    I'm enjoying it thus far
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  • The case for 30fps PC gaming

  • azic 30/11/2014

    @WorldScaper
    Mate i know how to look after a pc. I'm a hardcore gamer and programmer with connections to the industry. My pc is only for games, that means the os, steam, origin. No other software, not even anti virus. Any software for any kind of de fragging is removed etc.

    I look after my pc better than my car...please don't come on here and tell me about pc optimisation etc...that's my bread and butter.

    Anyway, DF have the same issue as me, and I guess your going to say they need to learn as well.

    Fact is PC is being neglected badly these days and it's just down to laziness.
    Reply +3
  • azic 30/11/2014

    After seeing how broken Far Cry 4 was on PC, I bought it on PS4. I got to say, I might not really look back. I love my PC, I have a good one, always play on max/ultra settings any game @ 1080p as that's all my 3d monitor can do, but having the game Jerk the way it does because of some issue as stated my DF just puts me off. This seems path of the course now on PC and its killing it for me.

    I even got Alien Isolation on PS4 in the black Friday sale on PSN, got to say loving that too on the big screen, and have played it more than the PC version....

    What's happening to me?
    Reply +4
  • Train Simulator dev releases fishing sim on Steam Early Access

  • azic 05/11/2014

    I'm netted by this one..Hook Line and Sinker. Great way to reel in new customers. Still I am sure the price will bait a few people. Reply +2
  • Microsoft Band is a health-focused smart device for your wrist

  • azic 30/10/2014

    I love my GearFit... Reply 0
  • Yes, Triad Wars is free to play, but is it pay to win?

  • azic 24/09/2014

    There is just simply no way that Pay2Win cant come true on the F2P market. Nobody will care about avatar stuff if does nothing to boost your player in some way.

    I can foresee things like, buying coins to pay to learn new fighting moves, buy weapons and cars. They can dress it up however they want, the end goal is to earn money and lots of it.

    There will be some who will grind, but even that gets old when there will no doubt be people running around with all the moves and weapons. F2P is a cancer of gaming and all most always they Fail.

    Just either make it a subscription based game or don't bother.
    Reply +1
  • Sleeping Dogs follow-up Triad Wars is a PC online game

  • azic 23/09/2014

    So will become F2P and die a horrible death like most undercover F2P games, thus ruining what was an amazing franchise! Reply +2
  • Face-Off: Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare on PS4

  • azic 30/08/2014

    Oh and the quarter back issssss toast!!! Reply +2
  • Xbox boss Phil Spencer makes case for Tomb Raider exclusivity deal

  • azic 18/08/2014

    Its OK Uncharted 4 will more spank TR into the ground and more than make up for what will turn out to be Squares loss! When they are begging sony to put it on the PS4 hopefully Sony will bend them over and make it go on Fee for PSN+ subs and £29.99 for everybody else.

    Nothing against Platform Exclusives such as HALO/UNCHARTED or NEW IP's etc..but taking what was multiplat and turning them into Exclusives is IMHO a really counter productive thing to do.

    Anyway let us see.
    Reply +2
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider exclusive to Xbox One

  • azic 13/08/2014

    ah its not that bad...who wants a 720p @30 FPS anyway on their true 1080p Console / PC. Let them rot with XBONE! lol

    Really smart move, get into bed with the losing team! Do they really think TR will save XBOX ONE and have everybody running to it with these kind of exclusives, 720P, and paid for EA demos..LOL MS are Drunk!
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  • For the first time in ten years, Madden won't be getting a free demo

  • azic 12/08/2014

    Here we go then... So now we are paying for demos, Via a subscription service! This is why Sony said no I presume? Reply +9
  • Steam and Early Access: To curate or not curate?

  • azic 07/08/2014

    @INSERT-COIN
    Nearly all my games dude. Maybe Indy titles are more forgiving. Example euro truck sim...no internet it just hangs on the launch screen. Many others do the same.
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  • azic 06/08/2014

    This just proves my thoughts. Steam is in a mess. They are beholden so much to the 3rd party publishers that customers are being abused beyond what is legal in most countries in the EU at least.

    Shoddy games, no help, barley any way to get a refund for anything even when its clear its not just a few hundred having an issue but almost every buyer.

    The fact they jump to the defense of the like of Rebellion to revoke keys that were allegedly stolen? still they have failed to furnish us with any evidence.

    Valve to need to get a Grip before its too late. I have invested thousands of my money into steam and time trading up to a mesley lvl 40. Bought all the CS operations etc etc.. but I now feel like valve have no respect and are just too big and faceless. I could quite happily turn my back on it all and just stick with my PS4.

    This sentiment is also resonating with many fellow gamers to and before its too late Steam will end being hated just as much as Orign. Sadly Origin will be there to pick up the ball.

    Mixed with the fact you don't actually own anything! Offline never works for most games and how can you predict an internet outage? you have no rights, you cant trade your games etc. UBI now selling games at £49.99 base price...I mean really? since when did a PC game cost that much for a basic version.

    Valve time to get a Grip on loving your customers again! and actually looking after them, not just their wallets.
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  • Codemasters offers refunds on Colin McRae Rally after negative Steam reviews

  • azic 06/08/2014

    How about rebellion now owning up that no keys were stolen! How about refunds for the cluster fuck that is Watch Dogs on steam?

    All this has made me hate Steam with a passion. Most of you know I champion the PC master race...but of late fuck PC, the greed and lack of support far outweighs the benefits when it comes to steam.
    Reply -7
  • Resident Evil 1 remastered for PS4, Xbox One, PC, PS3 and Xbox 360

  • azic 05/08/2014

    The Next Gen.....Remastered! Reply +5
  • The Last of Us review

  • azic 01/08/2014

    @opeth13
    Same goes for Gears or War / Halo etc.
    Welcome to the Darkside of Gaming.
    Reply +3
  • F1 2014 is PC and last-gen only

  • azic 31/07/2014

    No more codies...Make a sim and ill bite. Grid Auto Turd's handling is 10% less fail than Grid 2.

    No No No
    Reply +2
  • Activision unveils three Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Collector's Editions

  • azic 31/07/2014

    @sh4m4n

    Yes it really is that BAD. look at the screen shot in my post. Look at he red bounding boxes around the enemy.

    This hack costs around £14 for a months access and has not been detected yet by VAC or whatever "Anti Cheat" COD devs put in place.

    People just run around going 67-1 typing "owned" etc raging and you cant do a thing about it.

    It quite honestly is killing the PC market on multiplayer games.

    They even make cheats for F2P games..its a Joke. You just cant trust what you are seeing sometimes. Is that player just really good or are they haxing! I cant be bothered anymore, so I am now COD console only. I guess the last straw for me was when my entire team were being frozen and then moved around the map directly to a point the cheater wanted and then either killed or just left suspended.

    The above is done with an .exe that runs in the background and allows the hacker to gain control over the game..Which would not happen if WE HAD DEDICATED FUCKING SERVERS instead of this P2P BS.
    Reply +1
  • azic 31/07/2014

    @ipressbuttons
    Because the Single player element is a better experience on PC.

    This was the case until Ghosts at least. But since Ghosts was Jerk Fest at launch this is wrong. I am now playing COD exclusively on console and PC version be dammed.
    Reply +1
  • azic 30/07/2014

    @sh4m4n
    DO NOT I REPEAT DO NOT BUY THIS ON PC. I have all COD's on PC and within a week they turn into a hackfest.

    Believe me 100% on this. Ghosts was a joke within 3 weeks. The only one to stave it off longer than a month was BLOPS 2.

    I have bought MW3/BLOPS 1 & 2/Ghosts on Console as well as PC just to avoid the hacks.

    Which range from Aimbots / Wallhacks / No gravity / Teleporting the entire team across a map / Insta Hit / No spread etc. etc.

    Dont bother!

    Reply +15
  • Sony says EA Access program isn't "good value"

  • azic 30/07/2014

    @blarty
    Yup..problem is, its the Bricks & Mortar Retail that command the Digital prices. Make it more expensive so we don't lose sales... So much for competition.
    Reply 0
  • azic 30/07/2014

    Bad move on Sony's part. Its a choice to pay, not forced. What Sony need to look at more than anything else is the fucking RIPOFF RETAIL FINGER IN THE BUM PLEASING digital prices! Thats a rip off right there.

    £59.99 for a game that costs £39.99 in a shop and with no box and manual and little to no carbon footprint in its delivery.. That does not represent good value at all.
    Reply +12
  • Cliff Bleszinski opened a pub

  • azic 28/07/2014

    The Dawg & Pirate Reply 0
  • Video: See MX vs. ATV: Supercross in action

  • azic 25/07/2014

    hmmmm those bike physics...Look very fail to me.. Front wheel into side of hump and it carries on.. Camera movement looks fail too!

    Does terrain deformation affect the bikes etc? I am going to presume not judging by what I have seen.
    Reply +1
  • UK changing approach to illegal torrents

  • azic 22/07/2014

    Equal release dates. Not having to wait a week between episodes, not having to watch an advert every 5.5mins, full series releases on demand. not half now and half later.

    There are thousands of amazing TV shows for example you just don't get in the UK why? A quick search on the internet and I have found about 20 really good shows that I have not seen or found in the UK and they are old too.

    Id happily pay £30 a month Max for a service that give me on demand everything now with no limits.

    I have Netflix, Amazon, Top end Virgin Media package, Now TV ent & Movies and its still not enough because most of it is garbage!

    Yet on my XBMC using a Plugin I can watch thousands of new and old TV Shows & Movies at the touch of a button. Not legal, but until they get as good as that Ill have to source 50% of my TV entertainment from other sources :)

    Greed / Advertising is the main driver and its only going to bite them on the ass.
    Reply +8
  • Remember PS3 hacker Geohot? Now he works for Google

  • azic 17/07/2014

    Good for him.... Hopefully he can put is obvious skills to good work. Reply +41
  • Alien: Isolation's Ripley DLC isn't just for pre-orders

  • azic 11/07/2014

    @Defecationqueen
    I feel the same way
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  • Cliff Bleszinski talks Bluestreak, F2P, Nexon and Boss Key

  • azic 10/07/2014

    @whatfruit
    I agree, but he forgot that it was the PC that launched him to stardom.
    At the end of the day PC was a mess at that time, but he could of put that better..instead of saying "I Dwag on that Platform" as in its now irrelevant because I have the 360 to play with and a bucket load of MS cash.

    What he actually did was tow the line for MS and in some ways he damaged the PC by backing up the fallacy that Piracy is a PC only issue.

    The irony is, as he was typing those silly remarks his latest and greatest was already leaked on to the torrent sites before its actual retail release.

    I think those kind of comments & his attitude cut quite deep! A simple apology would make sense, since its pretty clear that F2P won't survive on Console cash only.

    Regardless, its his choice and his opinion...he will have to live or by die them!
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  • azic 10/07/2014

    He is making it for the PC...The platform in his owns words he said "I Dwag that Platform" and "Those guys need to pay for their games"

    And of course its free to play, but when it fails he will cry "They hacked the game, they found a way to stop us milking them"

    I actually in reality like old Cliff, but his PC hate, because he had the 360's cock in his ass.. really angered me. If he would just say sorry I would pardon his sins.. but I guess that ain't going to happen.

    Oh well, I do wish him good luck! I hope that the new game is good
    Reply +2
  • Cliff Bleszinski announces F2P PC arena shooter published by Nexon

  • azic 09/07/2014

    Its all "Meta" dudes! I just "Dwag" on those full price games man! Reply 0
  • Cliff Bleszinski starts studio with Guerrilla Games co-founder

  • azic 05/07/2014

    @A_FAN
    Being self righteous is ok...Most only tick 1 box....he sadly ticks both...and then some.
    Reply -1
  • azic 05/07/2014

    @Pehmu
    Yes you have missed loads..
    He's a self righteous arrogant cunt for starters.
    Secondly in his own words he "dawged" on the PC after it was unoquivocly the platform that launched him to stardom.

    All in all he's a cunt!
    Reply +7
  • Inside Sniper Elite 3's Rebellion, Britain's best guilty pleasure developer

  • azic 03/07/2014

    The only guilty thing is "illegal key revoking" with absolutely zero pleasure on the customers side! Reply -3
  • Watch Dogs gets new single-player DLC tomorrow on all platforms

  • azic 01/07/2014

    do we get a PC patch also FFS Reply +7
  • Cliff Bleszinski says he's "coming out of retirement"

  • azic 01/07/2014

    @Chazmeister
    It does.. when one's personality isn't that of an arrogant, self righteous fool.
    Reply +1
  • azic 01/07/2014

    Oh god...Just when you thought it was safe! Be sure to note that whatever platform his game DOES NOT appear on, expect him to "Dwag on it man" it his typically "Meta" fashion, with cries of that platform is full of piracy. Reply +2
  • Steam revokes 7050 stolen Sniper Elite 3 codes

  • azic 30/06/2014

    @penhalion
    Well you sumised wrong!
    Reply -3
  • azic 30/06/2014

    @cowell
    Just like games on PSN/XBL that come with no boxes and Disks that cost £10-£20 more than in the shops....

    But we both know why that is don't we?
    I just find that bizarre as well
    Reply -7
  • azic 30/06/2014

    GMG Statement!
    http://blog.playfire.com/2014/06/official-retail-partner-benefits-of.html

    Interestingly however I can fathom the benefit of buying it from them??

    http://www.greenmangaming.com/s/gb/en/pc/games/action/sniper-elite-iii/
    Reply -4
  • azic 30/06/2014

    @DreadedWalrus
    LOL take the blinkers off man!
    Reply -9
  • azic 30/06/2014

    CJS just updated their blog


    Update 30th June 2014:

    It appears that Rebellion have attempted to backtrack again on their post by providing a short list of companies which they sell directly to, seemingly trying to imply that anyone not on the list is not legitimate.

    There is a slight flaw in this though… CD Key shops do NOT tend to buy keys direct from the developers. They buy the games in physical boxed form, from authorised distributors. Do you see Amazon, Game, Shopto, and every other single independent boxed video game company worldwide in their list? No. That’s because they are only listing companies which they have direct contracts with.. They are excluding the long list of companies which buy boxed copies from the publisher or distributor… and that includes most of the 60+ digital key retailers.

    What Rebellion want you to believe:

    Rebellion seem to want people to think that the only legitimate Supply chain is Rebellion -> Retailer (steam, GMG, etc) … anyone not on the list and selling in digital form is automatically somehow illegitimate.

    The Truth:
    CD Key shops do NOT tend to buy in digital form. They buy PHYSICAL boxed copies and convert them into digital keys.

    The supply chain for physical boxed copies goes something like this: Rebellion -> Publisher -> 100+ Distributors (in various countries) -> Retailers (Amazon, GAME, CJS CD Keys, EBGames, etc). Some of the bigger retailers can sometimes buy directly from the Publisher if they have sufficient buying power.

    While the likes of Amazon ship out the boxed version of the game, CD Key stores open the boxes and sell them digitally. That is the sole difference. The growth in the market over the last years has enabled CD Key sellers go a step further, and have the official distributors scan the codes on behalf of the CD Key shops, saving on unnecessary shipping. The distributors can be anywhere in the world, since keys can be delivered within seconds. The result? Cheap games, sold digitally.

    Price comparison:

    Steam: £39.99

    Amazon: £25.44

    CJS: £20.99

    As you can see, while our keys may seem impossibly cheap to the average digital gamer, they are actually not so unbelievably cheap, when compared to their physical counterparts.

    http://www.cjs-cdkeys.com/blog/2014/06/gaming-serials/27/sniper-elite-3-cd-keys-revoked-rebellion-smell-rat/
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  • azic 30/06/2014

    @SeeNoWeevil
    Thing is its not and never was £40 game. It became a £40 game when the keys got revoked!
    Reply -7
  • azic 30/06/2014

    @uiruki

    Please Read:
    To clarify, aside from Steam itself, digital keys

    Digital Keys...Keys in a CD Box are not classed as Digital. Weather the Vendors are striping the Keys from boxes, means nothing, especially when the vendors affected are not just in the UK, but across the world, so the stolen pallets would have had to of been delivered.

    Now granted they could ship boxes there, but Rebellion have not confirmed where the keys came from. Also the sites that had their keys revoked had this game on pre-order at the price for at least a month before hand so IMHO its all very contradicting.

    As is the statement


    "As a developer," Rebellion wrote, "Rebellion are happy for you to purchase the game anywhere you see fit and support price competition in the PC market. We have in no way targeted any specific vendors (who may have also thought these keys were legitimate), just this one set of keys.
    And then giving an official list of Digital vendors!!

    Should the above not say:

    Rebellion are happy for you to purchase the game from any of our official vendors that you see fit?
    And this now official list clearly targets vendors that are not on it, but have been selling keys for a long time and without issue.

    They ought to stop pulling punches as should valve and come out and at the risk of large Libel cases name these so called "un-official vendors"

    If any shops / on-line stores were selling my products I would clearly state, if you buy from said shops I will revoke the key, but they cant do that and have no right to..Unless that is keys get "Stolen"

    Why dont Valve help their customers and make it official and clearly say "Any Keys bought from XXXX sites" will be revoked? Would this not put an end to all the BS and make it very clear to its customers and fans!
    Reply -3
  • azic 30/06/2014

    The original story broke with "Keys were stolen from a Distributor"

    Now they are saying this

    To clarify, aside from Steam itself, digital keys for Sniper Elite 3 can be bought from the below list of licensed partners. We can confirm that we have not revoked any keys sent to these companies, nor have they reported any problems to us. This is the full list of companies that get their keys direct from us for digital sale – we do not sell to anyone else.
    Am I the only one who is now left wondering, If the keys are directly sold to the vendors listed on that page, where and how are distributors even involved if the sale is direct??

    I can only conclude that:

    1. This story is total BS and was done to force higher priced sales
    2. They know which company lost the keys or had them "Stolen" and as such made a very bad decision to ban all keys.
    Reply -9
  • azic 30/06/2014

    @UncleLou
    Our keys are not Shady!!! This has been stated in the ever ass covering post by the devs on the forum.
    Reply +2
  • azic 30/06/2014

    @TheTraveler
    Nobody wants to keep stolen property. We just don't want our property stolen from us because its deemed that we did not pay enough for it!
    Reply -12
  • azic 30/06/2014

    So they just updated the post listing the Vendors they sell to and only to. Yet CJS keys. com state

    CJS would like to Re-iterate that our keys were fortunately NOT affected by this scandal. None of the Sniper Elite 3 CD Keys sold by CJS-CDKeys.com were affected, and we still have them in stock ready for instant delivery.
    But they are not on the official list??? So are we now saying Rebellion messed up, and have not yet really banned all the "alleged Stolen Keys" or have they forgot to add an official vendor to the list!

    I'm knee deep in BS here!

    http://www.cjs-cdkeys.com/blog/2014/06/gaming-serials/27/sniper-elite-3-cd-keys-revoked-rebellion-smell-rat/
    Reply +3
  • azic 30/06/2014

    @HarryB
    Not really...only worth the £14.99 I originally spent on it. From a legit Vendor I might add!!! Before my key was IMHO Illegally revoked!

    I bought the Game on steam for the extortionate price of £40.00 (which IMHO is the real reason my key was revoked) and am underwhelmed thus far!
    Reply -18