Tom Clancy's The Division guide
Our essential guide to Ubi's loot-stuffed shooter.
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Nothing bores me more than Nintendo should leave hardware to make PC games. It's just unbelievable stupid & ignores what the company does, it makes games for families, children & Japanese people. Steam isn't designed for any of those consumers.
Much like fellow indie Helldivers, Sony will be handling the PC release of Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, which has been rumoured for an eternity, and has finally been officially confirmed. The eerie Shropshire set walking sim – which was one of our Game of the Year picks in 2015 – will launch on Steam in the near future, though there's no word on a release date just yet.
"As for the PC version, we started work on it in September and submitted it recently," The Chinese Room's Dan Pinchbeck told Rock Paper Shotgun. "Sony will be handling the PC release, including management of the Steam page and whatever else there might be, so it should be released as soon as they've done testing and preparation."
At the end of the day we don't want to do a Battlefield 4 and release an unfinished game. There's too much potential in the concept that is The Division at the moment, that we've asked for more time and resources in order to fully realise this fantastic vision."
A 17 year old by the name of Julius "zeekill" Kivimaki has been convicted of 50,700 computer crimes charges in relation to a series of hacks committed by the infamous computer hacking gang Lizard Squad.
The teen was given a two-year suspended prison sentence and ordered to fight cybercrime, reports the Daily Dot, citing Finnish newspaper Kaleva.
Lizard Squad has taken credit for a slew of big hacks over the last few years, including a massive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack on the PlayStation and Xbox networks, as well as a reported assault on the anonymizing communication service Tor.
Little was known about those behind Lizard Squad, beyond the tweets it sent out and varying reports about the ages and ethnicities of its members.
In December 2014, security journalist Brian Krebs published a post in which he claimed to identify two Lizard Squad members. Not long after Krebs’ report went out, authorities seized two alleged hackers — Kivimaki, and one 22 year old from the UK.
In April 2015 Kivimaki was implicated in another cybercrime, this time for facilitating online harassment against a 20-year-old American named Blair Strater. Strater’s family was the butt of a string of bullying events reportedly facilitated by Kivimaki. One stunt resulted in thousands of people around the world calling Strater’s home in the hopes of getting a free Tesla.
According to the Daily Dot, Kivimaki’s charges include "data breaches, felony payment fraud, telecommunication harassments, and other counts relate to fraud and violations of company secrets."
The Finnish paper added that the Finnish teen had been performing illegal hacks since the age of 15.
Just when you try to not buy it on release because of a massive backlog, you read this and think "ffffffUUUUCK!"
I'm definitely going to give in, I know it!
even tho the game is total shit buggy and boring has uninspired characters and movesets and microtansactions out of the ass and is full of ragequitters and nowhere near as good as SF4
We rarely make ourselves known because there is such rabid hostility towards Trump supporters that it's generally not worth the time.
was looking at KI for pc, what kind of problems does it have right now?
Is it another bad launch?
"Arseholes for Arseholes" and winding up people with "ISIS-style" videos is bad taste, but pretty damn funny IMO!
SDC drew more ire by publishing videos of its Mobius kills to YouTube. Some SDC members reportedly say "Allahu Akbar" as they kill other players. One particularly troublesome video, below, even used an jihadist chant as its audio. "In the long run they're destroying the community," a despondent Rafferty says.
Totally unfit for moderating.
I do have to wonder quite what people expected. FO4 was always going to be a game using the same in-game mechanics as its predecessor, and Skyrim for that matter.
"so overboard"? Is that how you classify my nonchalant one liners?
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you sound an awful lot like a gamer of today....
ah, the 'gamers' of today...
Datamining...huh..I remember when all we had was the cassette box art and blurb on the back lol
Ubi has become such a lousy dev, now it is quite apparent, let Bolloré buy them and dismantle them.
Good riddance, honestly, this company is such a waste of good talents.
I'll never be able to understand people like you
Pets: I shouldn't even need to say this but tier 3 pets can and will give a player some serious stat boosts and are alot more useful than mere 'convenience' items.
Three tier 3 pets will also set you back around 200 Euro/USD which makes this seem to be a huge bonus only the wealthy or frivolous will be eager to afford
Ghillie Suit - This item is extremely strong in pvp, even when normal farming some will think twice before contesting an area if they are unsure who you are. Not sure how the op is unclear on this.
Pets - Pets are necessary, I would suggest. Grinding late game is insanely difficult without pets to gather your spoils. Indeed, you cannot even grind on horseback without pets (very efficient for some classes). As has been mentioned by others, smashing together pets in order to obtain higher tiers created pets with powerful buffs, also increasing their collection speed. With no guarantees that the pet resulting from your 2 sacrificed will be a higher tier, and there being 3 tiers of pets this can be a huge money sink. Again, these buffs are in game benifit buffs.
Other costumes - firstly, its not just 10% more exp, its 10m more vision range etc etc. Either way, 10% exp is a lot! On Korea there are fish suits, which cause your character to swim at about double the speed of a boat. Without knowing if this will be coming to eu / na, id dare to suggest it is a necessary addition to anyone with intentions of whaling.
Black Desert Online uses a currency system known as Pearls and these roughly equate to $1 for 100 Pearls (see the full table below).
EUR/USD -> DaumCash -> Pearls
EUR/USD DaumCash Pearls
10.00 EUR/USD 1,000 1,000
20.00 EUR/USD 2,000 2,040
30.00 EUR/USD 3,000 3,200
60.00 EUR/USD 6,000 6,600
100.00 EUR/USD 10,000 11,500
At first glance the exchange rate doesn’t look too bad (even though Europeans get shafted yet again - go taxes!) but it’s the physical cost of items that's so alarming. One costume, including a matching weapon, is a whopping $32.
It’s simple: You and a partner—perhaps a friend, or star-crossed lover—enter a match of Crimson Doubles, the new 2v2 PVP mode. Then you both kill yourselves.
As it turns out, you can get the new loot for Crimson Doubles—a Valentine’s Day-themed Ghost Shell that maxes out at 320 light—no matter how many kills you have.
1) Everyone is on a level playing field. For the most part every player, lets say online in something like Battlefield, is running the same resolution, with the same framerate, with the same visuals, using the same control method.
2)Consoles are always plug in and play. As a PC gamer, I'm used to messing about with settings for the first 30mins (sometimes longer) of playing a game upon start-up
take a day off fanboy
The PS4 version is the winner.
No fucking PC Master Race shit.
PS4 > Xbox One > PC
I'm clean and proud, he is not.
Holy fucking shit at the above comments. Regardless of your thoughts on Nintendo, there is little doubt of the astounding impact Iwata had over his career.
stop hating if you don't like what you see then don't buy and stop complaining like a little B##ch.
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