It’s shaming. We could play that game all day. It’s not useful and I agree.
Everything is politics. Everything is spin. Everything is perspective.
runs back to coffee shop
Nah, she’ll find it in the Steam store for Mac. I have faith in Becky.
I would not deny anyone a Mac as a gift.
Overheard in the coffee shop while I was waiting for this article to post: “Becky wants to play this Skyrim game. We got her brother a console for his shooting games. I just don’t know what we’ll get her for Christmas. Maybe we’ll just get her a Mac or something instead.”
The bigotry slider is brilliant and daring. I really admire that it’s in there, and admire her response all the same.
Retro hipster, or richest person? You decide.
Does it get a patch that makes is more playable? Everything I remember hearing about this says it was slightly broken.
I’d love to. But my family uses the PS4 all day for Netflix and music. And when I get back to it at the end of the day to play games it’s sometimes nearly dead.
We need to develop a best practice for powering down to standby throughout the day, but that will take time. I’d rather just have the remote work through HDMI-CEC but alas.
Andy Kaufman, ladies and gentleman.
He’s alive everybody. He’s here at Polygon.
You could broadcast live gameplay back to OnLive, and OnLive subscribers could in turn view other OnLive subscribers who were broadcasting.
I would say that it lacked the critical mass of gamers that Twitch has gathered, slowly but surely, over the past few years. Also, it was a walled garden. Anyone can watch Twitch. Not so with OnLive.
Fighting with my internet provider right now to get more bandwidth. So that’s a new expense for me this generation, for sure.
My 3 year old has played Proteus, and we play Minecraft together a little bit.
I tried Mario Galaxy the other day, but here hand is too small for the nunchuck, of all things. Can’t get her thumb up over the top.
I’m a dirty skimmer so far, and will be going back over this thread in a few days. Interested in what you all find.