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    A Star Wars analysis of performance and reception

    in Movies Discussion, last active on on 23 December 2019

    This is something I've done for fun and thought to share with you folks so I get the feeling I'm doing something useful with my holidays. So, as many of you know, Star Wars consists of nine episodes divided in three trilogies: the prequels, the sequels, and the prequels of the sequels, which are also known as the sequels of the prequels. The prequels are the prequels of the prequels of the...

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    The absolute worst game clichés

    in Gaming Discussion, last active on on 01 January 2020

    All games have flaws, yes, but some of them have more flaws than others, and some are prone to shove a lot of stupid and annoying stuff on your face that makes you ten times more likely to write ranty reviews and not recommend them to your peers. These are some of mine: 1. "Follow me, and watch me stroll halfway between your walking and running speed for five minutes." I don't think I need to...

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    Will YouTube's new rules kill its Nintendo content?

    in Gaming Discussion, last active on on 27 November 2019

    After a recent FTC settlement with YouTube, content targeting children, specifically or even incidentally, will no longer be allowed to display custom advertising, appear at recommended lists, have comments etc. basically depriving content creators of 80% - 90% of their income and even potentially risking fines if they don't properly flag their content as kid-oriented. Now, you might think this...

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    Do you follow game streaming/let's play channels?

    in Gaming Discussion, last active on on 13 March 2019

    So, I've noticed game streaming and let's plays have really boomed in popularity in the last five years or so, and nowadays you have many, many channels with hundreds of thousands of subscribers, or even millions. That makes for quite a lot of people watching. The question is, as the thread title says, do you follow  game streaming or let's play channels? Whether on YouTube or Twitch, or...

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    Grind fetch quests are boring AF

    in Gaming Discussion, last active on on 26 November 2018

    So I want to talk to you about something that has become quite common nowadays, specially on open world games: fetch quests. Seriously, is there anyone who find them interesting? Somehow, often it seems like the fact a game is open world instantly means it will get 90 - 100 reviews, even when it's filled to the brim with boring fetch quest crap, such as most Assassin's Creed games, Red Dead...

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    Super Mario Odyssey now fully playable on Yuzu Emulator

    in Gaming Discussion, last active on on 12 November 2018

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-TXzpfc_so Amazing progress has been made here in just a few months. It's now on par or ahead of the Xenia and RPCS3 emulators. I wonder where it'll be given another six months or a year.  ...

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    History, going up in flames

    in Politics Discussion, last active on on 03 September 2018

    So, this night the National Museum of Rio de Janeiro, one of the largest museums in Latin America and the whole Southern Hemisphere, has gone up nearly completely in flames, burning to ashes an unknown ammount of the nearly 20 million objects stored there. This is a cultural tragedy to my country comparable to what the loss of the Louvre would be to France, or the Smithsonian to the...

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    Belgian insanity?

    in Politics Discussion, last active on on 17 August 2018

    Some of you might know Belgium because of Tintin, Stromae, their amazing Footbal Team or the fact it was artifically created by catholic Frenchmen with delusions of grandeur. It's also a nation where children, now, can be euthanized if they choose to do so. Really - as long as sound of mind, you can indeed make the decision yourself. Some children as young as 12 have been euthanized. At the...

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    Avoid huge ships at all costs

    in General Discussion, last active on on 11 May 2018

    Hello again, good VGC folk. Some of you might know about the book called "How to Avoid Huge Ships" by captain John W. Trimmer who got a bunch of hilarious meme reviews on Amazon and so. Well, this is about it. Sort of. Now, let's imagine for a second Elon Musk realizes his grand dream, stop running his company on a loss for once and end up swapping every oil-based car in the world for an...

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    Disgusted with "Smartphones"

    in General Discussion, last active on on 15 May 2018

    So I'll admit I've never been a cellphone guy, and usually bought the cheap stuff or basically "inherited" it from either my mother or my younger brother when they moved to a new one. Recently, though, I decided to shell out a bit of that hard fought job money and buy a cellphone with all the whistles and bells that have become common since the first iPhone released back ten years ago - a...

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    The Switch launch numbers are meaningless

    in Sales Discussion, last active on on 01 April 2017

    Imagine a console selling faster than its antecessor and even the best-selling console from its manufacturer; a console which sells out everywhere even before launch, solely on pre-orders, and goes for hundreds of dollars on eBay. Now, weeks after its launch, coming across one is still a hard task - it might take months for supply to even out with demand. The manufacturer has high expectations -...

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    Debating gender: if Trump was a woman on the debates

    in Politics Discussion, last active on on 10 March 2017

    So the Guardian did a test about it and the results were, uh, not quite as they expected, so I guess that is why the video is not listed on Youtube. A quite impressive result. I see it as compelling evidence Clinton did in fact benefit from being a woman, and not the opposite, as some theorize....

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    Lucasfilm axes the Star Wars EU

    in Movies Discussion, last active on on 28 April 2014

    http://starwars.com/news/the-legendary-star-wars-expanded-universe-turns-a-new-page.html Before the announcement, there used to be multiple tiers of SW canon. Now there is only one canon: the six movies, plus Clone Wars, while the rest has been tossed to non-canon. The entire EU is now little more than glorified fan fiction, to the despair of the hardcore fans and the delight of those who, like...

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    Russian crater filled with over $1 quadrillion in diamonds

    in General Discussion, last active on on 20 September 2012

    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/technology-blog/russian-asteroid-crater-revealed-filled-over-1-quadrillion-013025163.html?_esi=1 Call it the Soviet Union's most valuable cold war secret. This past weekend, Russia declassified the existence of what could very well be the richest diamond field in existence, located in the depths of a 62-mile diameter asteroid crater known as Popigai...

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    Economist: civilization may not survive "death spiral"

    in Politics Discussion, last active on on 16 September 2012

    Richard Duncan, formerly of the World Bank and chief economist at Blackhorse Asset Mgmt., says America's $16 trillion federal debt has escalated into a "death spiral, "as he told CNBC. And it could result in a depression so severe that he doesn't "think our civilization could survive it."And Duncan is not alone in warning that the U.S. economy may go into a "death spiral." Since...

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    Is 2012 going to be the 3DS's peak year?

    in Sales Discussion, last active on on 03 February 2012

    Things to consider: -> the Wii peaked in 2007 so there's a precedent inside Ninty's demographics. -> indeed, the 3DS/Vita numbrs right now are almost exactly the same as Wii/PS3 back in 2007. -> massive pricecut not too far from launch. -> recent advance of smartphones in the far east. -> Nintendo is doomed as always, you know the stuff. -> Kaz Hirai as Sony's CEO. His...

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    Will Sony and Microsoft counter the tablet controller?

    in Gaming Discussion, last active on on 07 June 2011

    Seems like a pretty easy deal, and one that won't take three-four years to be countered like motion gaming. Create a tablet controller, stream games from the console and bam, there goes the U's main appeal....

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    in PC Discussion, last active on on 28 November 2010

    Yeah, urgent enough for caps in the title. I'm playing ME on my PC for the second time, as a Renegade. Everything was going around until a certain cutscene failed due to the lack of a texture file or so. My DVD drive died and I'll only have money to buy a new one December the 1st when I receive my payment, so I've no way to take the files from the DVD (ME is one of the few original games I own on...

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    Is Bayonetta PS3 worth it?

    in Sony Discussion, last active on on 01 November 2010

    After the path I mean. It's not much a question of graphics as it is about the damned loading times, but that would be appreciated too.  So, someone out there knows? Sorry if it has been asked before....

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    ATI brand to be dropped

    in PC Discussion, last active on on 31 August 2010

    Yep, that's right. It has been confirmed that in a close future their video cards will be known only as AMD Radeon, possibly starting with the 6000 series. Now Nvidia needs to release their CPUs and Intel to complete the damned Larrabee and we'll be set. http://www.guru3d.com/news/amd-to-drop-ati-branding/...

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