I agree entirely. Especially when you reach the higher rankings/ELO ratings, you'll get more and more of the same people, so being killed or seeing the same person in your games isn't even necessarily indicative that they're "sniping" you.
Also, there are various levels of sniping as well... some may be just trying to click play at the same time so you might get in the same match, some may be more nefarious and actually using their streams to figure out exactly where they landing and stalking them. The former I have no problems with really, the latter I think is shitty, but still shouldn't be bannable really as the streamer literally publishes their stream.
And another misogynist, who has a problem with women taking lead roles in video games.
Grow up, this is 2017. Perhaps you should seclude yourself away from the general population if you have a problem with women taking roles and positions in life that both men and women can do.
This is 2017 and the woman that can pass the standards of modern day specfors is a very rare thing. You know a snowflake.
If theyre all brain washed to the same level. Then a man should be harder, batter, faster, stronger.
Personally Id prefer them to just wear helms all the time. Then they can be anyone you want them to be.
People didnt give a sh#t about the back story of storm trooper 1D back in the day.
Had my Steam controller for around 6 months now, and I've used it maybe... 3 times?
Honestly, it's a purchase I regret making. There are only a handful of games that work well with the controller (mainly management type games... CIV, Xcom etc), for racing games a standard Xbox controller far outplays the steam controller, and for FPS games, well you have to go with KB&M if you actually want to play well.
The build quality feels flimsy, the 'haptic feedback' feels cheap and is just annoying.
What I do like are the back panels which can act as short of shift-keys. I hope other standard controllers in the future pick this up.
But the rest? No thank you. It feels like a cheap, 3rd party controller, but with a cost that is more than a standard console controller.
Call of Duty: Ghosts and Colonial Marines were bad games, even if they didn't have performance issues. Dishonored 2 is one of the best games I've played.
I did consider the performance issues. For two paragraphs. I let people know that they may experience issues. Nobody is being misled. Everything people need to know is in the text of the review, not the number at the end.
> I get an acceptable frame rate most of the time. But it does bounce around. A lot. It might be 50 one moment, and then 100 the next, though it’s generally lower. I’ve also had an issue with a specific area, the Dust District, which caused my frame rate to tank, sometimes going below 30. And more annoyingly, the graphics options just don’t seem to matter. Only a few elements seem to make any difference, and even they sometimes don’t change anything.
So the game drops down to 30FPS at times, with noticeable drops below 60 at other times...
When a AAA game is unable to maintain a solid 60FPS, and you give it a 10/10 is saying to the developers and publishers "oh yeah, it's totally OK for you to deliver unoptimized games to the consumer, if they have problems, they can deal with it, as it's a 10/10 game"
If anything, this release just shows that Bethesda's recent policy change when it comes to review copies is a massive detriment to the PC gaming community.
Sites like this should be punishing the publishers and developers for delivering a shoddy port to PC. Not rewarded with high scores and non-stop praise.
You did go on for two paragraphs. 2 large paragraphs talking about poor performance, but your score at the end of it completely neglects those paragraphs.
At the time of writing, the Steam reviews for the game are "Mixed". Over 3000 positive, and over 2000 negative.
This isn't just a case of user based issues. This is a massive performance issue across numerous types of machines, and should always be taken into account when writing official reviews for a product.
You are giving Bethesda a free pass for handing out a terrible PC port.
If this was an overall review across all consoles, then I could understand the score. But this is a PC centric website. If a game runs badly for people, and you are not getting a solid 60FPS throughout, then it should be questioned.
You are very much correct. I read the reddit post and apparently Sean said that when you get close enough to another player you will connect to their "private server". If this is how it works and the servers were having issues, then nobody would've been able to connect to someone else's server, meaning they wouldn't be able to see each other, which also explains why the time of day was different. When base building comes out we will be able to see if it actually is multiplayer because we will be able to see if we see what other players see. We might even be able to see if multiplayer is a thing when PC comes out because it'll be easier to communicate across steam and you can data mine to see if there even is a player model.