I know, but they replaced it instantly for nothing every time. A Aouple times they made me physically cut the cable and take a picture. As soon as I mentioned cable issue, support was jumping to ship a replacement. I went through 5 or 6 in total.
Ironically, I bought it because they advertised...
Ha, I use my phone wherever possible, but for some reason I can't shake the fear that it's just going to not work one day, so I never really go walletless.
Ironically I've had my actual credit card fail several times over the years requiring replacement.
Thankfully once I get vaccinated the...
What the fuck is even happening in Eternal. Like, the Doom 2016 retelling I get, that was cool and fine.
Now we're literally riding dragons, watching a Megazord chin check a building sized demon, and fighting a Warhammer 40k space marine with a magic hammer.
The entire scenario is ridiculous - there's really no "kind of risky," it is blatantly risky.
If you're after saner gains, now is a good fire sale on tech. Or just pick up some ARK and let Big Momma Cathie Wood hold the wheel for a while.
Go buy do one of those things and check back in a year...
They've been trapped for like 2 days IRL so I'm pretty sure they're fine.
At one point I got a shaman trapped in there as well but I guess at some point they flattened the poor SOB.
Nothing can get in or out unless. You need to jump the fence or break it...
So far I'm enjoying the deep metagame of trapping trolls outside one of my bases. Got a pen set up for them, like my own personal Jurassic Park.
Currently up to 3.
also, hilariously, parried one by accident with a knife. 20 foot tall monster swinging a 20 foot tall tree at me. CLANG, parry...
BF2142 definitely had great balance.
I think it's because there was so much creative freedom, they could more easily bend things to be fun and balanced instead of being beholden to IRL logic.
Plus killing someone by landing one of those ejection pods on them was the best
Meh, I think the game was good for what it was. It blatantly favored Rush, which clearly impacted the overall design.
Plus I don't think 64 player Battlefield is particularly good. The gameplay turns more into a clusterfuck than anything and you and your squad's performance begins blending into...
I have not seen a completely non-interactive and successful drive-by in many years. The worst I've seen is something downloaded. A relatively recent adware/malware campaign tried to do this, it would masquerade as a media player or audio driver or something. You still had to be the one to click...
It's compromised, this Windows install cannot be trusted again. I doubt it was exceedingly sophisticated since it sounds like a social engineering attack, but there is no telling what they did.
Clean slate is the only option.
Generally, they do not release the data if you pay us - nobody would pay otherwise. It's a scummy business, but it's a business nevertheless. No guarantee, of course, but there's a reasonable chance your data is not released if you fork over the cash.
This is the more modern direction these...
FPS just starts becoming an increasingly poor metric once you get to very high frame rates because it's not linear. The numbers will begin looking increasingly inflated and volatile as it ramps up, it becomes easier and easier to see very large swings.
Like the difference between 500 fps and...
If you're an Active Directory shop, it's easy to ask AD to validate arbitrary credentials. Couple lines of PowerShell.
Just be careful that you don't lock anyone out. Nothing like an internal password spray attack against yourself to start the day.
My favorite part of BF3/4 was servers that had some obnoxious profanity filter that would kick you because you typed fuck.
Ironically as your character was screaming about how he's getting fucked up the ass after coming under fire.
It sounds great, then you realize the gameplay implications.
You could literally ruin certain maps in Bad Company. Just turn them into 200 yard open fields of death because you spent 5 minutes knocking trees over.
Which is, I'm sure, why they toned it down in BF3.
14 minimum if no MFA, no or very long expiration with no forced composition rules, ideally.
People just cheat the password changes and increment a number. It's IMO almost useless outside of auditors complaining. Requiring special characters is just annoying and makes buy in more difficult...
I forgot about this thread.
AWS AppStream (which I forgot to mention in my last post) is also a good offering - I have managed it before, it's pretty easy to get running. I'd guess your pricing would be in the $175-200~ range a month for 6 users. They can access it directly from a web browser.
Forreal, be weary. It's violently in the danger zone - this is nowhere near a sane scenario.
The (still) ridiculous short float makes it seem likely there's still squeeze ahead. Presumably cataclysmic.
Unfortunately I wasn't enough of an maniac to diamond hand a millionaire-maker level of...
Single digits out of hundreds.
I feel like I pretty rarely actually buy something I don't like. When it happens, I'm usually caught off guard.
Last one was Doom Eternal I think. Loved the first one, couldn't get into it in 2 hours. Oh well.
RE3 remake was alright-ish.
But, Nemesis was way too scripted. He literally only chases you at like 2 points in the entire game and you can outright down him in one hit with a grenade. The rest is just scripted fights.
Plus the entire clocktower is cut. Lame.