I’m typing this from Ubuntu. Steam is installing and I have an OS update ready to download but so far so smooth. The toughest part so far was making a bootable USB drive.
Will do. I’m installing a copy of Ubuntu this evening. I think the last version I tried was 10…
Hey, I’ve been wondering, have any of you guys tried out Steam OS yet? I’ve been playing with the idea of getting a drive for it but I am not sure of the benefit over just running a Linux distro with Steam.
It’s like a lot of the internet. As soon as a place gets popular the trolls come from all regions to feed on your conversation and patience.
MFW I read and article I like and expect all the PD daily people only to find the general public complaining about xbone.
The image I have is of an electronics store in the red light district. The cost is a little higher but the service is great.
My PC case arrives today so I can finally start my assembly. Wish me luck that all my parts work.
I doubt much of the emulation takes place on the GPU. I’d say it would run pretty much identically to the crossfire setup. That i7 should take care of plenty of it.
Yeah, I wanted to play through with very little research at first but now I’m checking out guides on the rest of the trophies. All of them are very doable which is nice.
The very first thing I did was fight the Quelaag and that was much tougher.I’m far more interested in trying to get PSN Trophies than just playing through again. I need the other ending’s gold trophy and a bunch of covenant trophies.
It’s very strange, I don’t really care for any achievement things but I like getting trophies. I think the 3 different levels make it more fun because it’s easier to compete overall with people that just get lots of low value stuff.
I started NG+ on Dark Souls. You can get through the game so quickly when you know where to go. I already rang both bells and haven’t even been to the depths.
I want it out by the times Dark Souls 2 releases. I played through the other games with the PS3 controller and I think it would be tough to go back to the 360 pad on PC without the fun of a new controller.
(Just responding, not paying attention to who has what argument)
I was under the impression it had a short main mission with a lot of side missions and varying approaches to keep you going.
Also, wouldn’t you guess someone in the “need to have it now” (hyperbolic of course, I have shit to do in the mornings) mindset would be pretty well informed about it? It’s also absolutely possible that when reviews come out, I could just not buy it or return it.
It’s the perfect example of a “wait for price drop” game.
Wouldn’t you imagine that is relative? For example, my friend loves Fable. He bought the anniversary edition. It’s pretty broken and crashes about as much as vanilla TES IV: Oblivion. I would play the story once and call it a day. (10 dollar game to me) He already has every achievement and enjoyed every moment of it. A 40 dollar game to him.
I buy the stuff I want based on my own feelings. I take into account reviews but I also read them for more than the conclusion. What I mean is, sure it’s a demo, (working with your definition) but it has enough side content that I want it. I also bought a Wii U and really love it. I would love the ability to purchase Ground Zeroes for my Wii U. Watch out, that statement might shock your pants right off!
No… I will be needing GZ the instant it releases.Indeed, knocking the PS4 and Vita off the list will take it down about 2 millions but I’ve got to keep my priorities in line. It’s all coming later and later as I have to be an adult more and more and pay for real things like food and electricity.
Yeah, the mag safe design is great. They only think I don’t like about the MacBook Pro is that I had to buy the power cables and my LCD panel killed itself (Apple “genius” confirmed it was not misuse) and that cost 300 bucks.
Being a video and multimedia student sucks for that stuff because I simply can’t not have this computer working.
They are failing at the connection point near the brick itself. I wrap them very loosely, much more so than a lot of people. I’m speculating that they are just getting pulled straight out too much from when I’m sitting at a table or desk.
This time through I took a lot of extra time to make sure I didn’t ever wrap it too tightly and I don’t ever just cram it in my bag or anything. Perhaps I just move around with it too much but that’s a necessity for my life. I feel they could really benefit from making the DC cable thicker with some of those springy plastic bits that prevent the connection points from bending too much. Like every other power supply in the world.
Oh, I was watching you lay down the law on Microsoft Tribe. Pretty… opinionated group over there. Best of luck.
Let’s see. Games I want to buy for Sony Systems.
First off, a PS Vita and so many games. Probably will cost around a million dollars.
On the PS3:
- MGS V: GZ
- Stick of Truth
and then some older games like Saint’s Row 4 and Far Cry 3. I’m really digging huge open world games with lots of collectibles right now.
Probably around $140.
Then a PS4 with a few games. Probably another million dollars.
Bringing that together, I’ll only need like $2,000,140. $7.25 an hour… I got this.
Dark Souls 2 release in May as far as I’m concerned.
I can’t wait to get it. I need to get another paycheck and then I’ll join you. Just had to blow my ‘extra’ money on a new power cable for my laptop (see above). I’m so ready for all these Wii U games.
I realized last night that I have spent over $300 on power cables for my MacBook Pro. They’re terrible products especially if you ever have move them. I know some of you have a 75 hour battery life but my 2009 computer is good for about an hour so I need to bring the cable with me all the time.
Sorry, no poll for ya.
I’d imagine I’m close if not higher with all systems in question not including my planned PS4 and PSVita console purchases. Also, PC keeps surprisingly eating my game budget. So many great indies coming out.
To be fair, I could have written it more clearly.
I already have Y. Of course I do.
Nintendo system games I want to buy right now.
- DKC Tropical Freeze
-Sonic Lost World
-Link Between Worlds
Probably a few more. Approximate cost: $233.
Money to spend on games: none.
I’ll do Sony tomorrow.