30 days 2 hours
10 days 1 hour
2 days 3 hours
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
5 days 9 hours
but it still doesn't let you use 4K since Netflix claims PC's can't handle it. (nothing at all to do with DRM and people ripping programs)
yet they all still have to follow the same speed limit meaning the extra power goes unused. pay all you want for a Ferrari but in normal driving and more so in traffic the Ford is just as fast.
Yes, you're right! Changed now.
Build your own. [/thread]
My only issue with computer parts is that once the motherboard is "outdated" you have to pretty much replace every component. That's quite expensive if you're sitting on some ancient parts. At least I'm no longer on a motherboard using AGP so that's a step up for me.
Yes! How DARE they discount a game to free temporarily 2 years after it was released! It's the end of the world I tell you!!
Lowering prices! Giving things away! Cats and Dogs living together! Mass hysteria!
Yeah I saw the same complaints when Valve released Portal for free and made TF2 free-2-play. As if somehow the act of doing so _insulted_ the people who had been playing it for years already.
I don't get it. Is the suggestion that if I'd known that RO2 (or TF2 / Portal etc.) would someday be free, that I was going to wait THREE YEARS (well, 2.5 I guess) to play it? Or that the previous years playing it have been devalued somehow?
Company made game, we bought game at price offered (or if it was too much for us and we weren't interested enough to justify the money, we bought it on sale). Game was good and we enjoyed game. Company made money (which is kind of important if you like the series and want to see it continue to develop).
Company releases game free in tie in promotion for expansion pack sale. I just don't have an issue with that. And even if they followed the exact same pattern for future games (say Killing Floor gets released for free temporarily to promote an upcoming KF2), I can't say that would give me the drive to wait another 3 years after KF2's release to play it.
I mean heck, what's the statute of limitations on complaints here? Because EA gave away Command & Conquer for free to promote future titles, and I'm wondering if I should be upset that I didn't just wait those 15 years. Freaking EA.