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PostPosted: Mon Jun 30, 2014 17:01 
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Curiosity wrote:
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I'm thinking about buying football manager but I'm afraid of what it can do to my life.

Championship manager 2 made me forget to eat.


I need to lose weight. This sounds like an acceptable dieting system.


Well...you won't loose much calories either. But give it a try.

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I don't want to post mine, as it's got some embarrassing crap in there, but it comes to about £80 :(

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I relented and got early access to Wasteland 2...which comes with Wasteland 1 and Bards Tale.

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Planetary Annihilation tempted me in this sale, picked it up for £10. Shall give it a whirl this afternoon I think.


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I bought Civ5 and The Stanley Parable.

Civ5 seems exactly the same as the others, but with weird rules around units and cities being able to defend themselves.

TSP I know almost nothing about, but people seem to like it round these parts. I suspect I will need to plug in my speakers for that one.

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You will need to hear TSP, you can't play it in silence.


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You will need to hear TSP, you can't play it in silence.


Aye. That just means I have to wait for everyone to go out or to bed.

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So the same people who were outraged by Hatred (temporarily) being pulled from Greenlight are now complaining about Pregnancy being put up on the platform.

Remember, freedom of expression is only important when it's something you like.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/f ... =377953130

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How do we know they're the same people?

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How do we know they're the same people?

Ok, same group of people. GGers, AKA whiny pissbabies who think the feminazi illuminati are infiltrating vidya to instigate cultural Marxism.

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So the same people who were outraged by Hatred (temporarily) being pulled from Greenlight are now complaining about Pregnancy being put up on the platform.

Remember, freedom of expression is only important when it's something you like.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/f ... =377953130

I'm hardly the target audience for either, but hatred seemed like a massive shit stain designed for "edgy" teenagers. Pregnancy is, at worst from the paragraph I've read, a propaganda machine for whatever viewpoint is writing it. At best something useful written by someone with experience in the matter...


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Pregnancy is, at worst from the paragraph I've read, a propaganda machine for whatever viewpoint is writing it.

The video clearly shows both pro-choice AND pro-life viewpoints.

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Future Warrior wrote:
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Pregnancy is, at worst from the paragraph I've read, a propaganda machine for whatever viewpoint is writing it.

The video clearly shows both pro-choice AND pro-life viewpoints.

It could still wildly slant one over the other, though.

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Pregnancy is, at worst from the paragraph I've read, a propaganda machine for whatever viewpoint is writing it.

The video clearly shows both pro-choice AND pro-life viewpoints.

It could still wildly slant one over the other, though.

It could, yes. Have you watched it?

Also Call of Duty wildly slants towards glorification of war, but that's not a problem.

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Future Warrior wrote:
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Pregnancy is, at worst from the paragraph I've read, a propaganda machine for whatever viewpoint is writing it.

The video clearly shows both pro-choice AND pro-life viewpoints.

Yes. "at worst"

There are some people I wouldn't trust to be able to create an even vaguely balanced view even if they tried.


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Future Warrior wrote:
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Pregnancy is, at worst from the paragraph I've read, a propaganda machine for whatever viewpoint is writing it.

The video clearly shows both pro-choice AND pro-life viewpoints.

Yes. "at worst"

There are some people I wouldn't trust to be able to create an even vaguely balanced view even if they tried.


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Mr Dave wrote:
Yes. "at worst"

There are some people I wouldn't trust to be able to create an even vaguely balanced view even if they tried.


I agree.

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Yes. "at worst"

There are some people I wouldn't trust to be able to create an even vaguely balanced view even if they tried.


I do not agree.


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http://kotaku.com/valve-thinks-its-crac ... 1709175825

Did I read it right the other day? Steam machines coming in July? Probably.

But since I've got a PC already I'm more interested in the wacky controller.

So here it is again. This time "typing".


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£40. Sounds alright, I suppose.


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 Post subject: Re: Steam
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Aye, the controller itself has my interest on the assumption you can use it to play any game that doesn't currently support control pads. The numbers of times I find myself hunched over my keyboard playing a Steam game that would work fine with a controller but the dev just hasn't implemented it is too damn high.


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Saturnalian wrote:
http://kotaku.com/valve-thinks-its-cracked-typing-with-a-controller-1709175825

Did I read it right the other day? Steam machines coming in July? Probably.

But since I've got a PC already I'm more interested in the wacky controller.

So here it is again. This time "typing".

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I remain utterly and completely unconvinced by these things, and the controller makes no difference to my feelings on the matter whatsoever.

Price wise they're no better value than a Windows PC in EXACTLY THE SAME CASE (except with far less functionality because, no Windows), and it's not like wireless keyboards, mice, and 360 controllers are Star Trek-esque technology that PC nerds have been waiting for Gabe to gape out of his majestic and wonderfully bearded arsehole for the last few years.

Console peeps already have consoles, PC peeps who like PCs in console-style form-factors already have them too. The 'box under the telly' slot is already filled.

I'm calling fail on these things before they've even been launched. I got that OnLive shit right, so I'm allowed a miss on this one, but I'm reasonably confident about going two nil with these nonsense dickfaces.

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I remain utterly and completely unconvinced by these things, and the controller makes no difference to my feelings on the matter whatsoever.

Price wise they're no better value than a Windows PC in EXACTLY THE SAME CASE (except with far less functionality because, no Windows), and it's not like wireless keyboards, mice, and 360 controllers are Star Trek-esque technology that PC nerds have been waiting for Gabe to gape out of his majestic and wonderfully bearded arsehole for the last few years.

Console peeps already have consoles, PC peeps who like PCs in console-style form-factors already have them too. The 'box under the telly' slot is already filled.

I'm calling fail on these things before they've even been launched. I got that OnLive shit right, so I'm allowed a miss on this one, but I'm reasonably confident about going two nil with these nonsense dickfaces.



I got Onlive right too.

Steam box? I really don't know why they're bothering.

I call death on Nvidia's new console too.

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Onlive was great, fool.

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Onlive was great, fool.


I didn't say it wasn't great.

I said it was an amazing technical accomplishment that no one really wanted and consequently would be a commercial failure. The textbook definition of an answer to a question that nobody asked.

It's all there in the original thread, for example I said this in June 2010 - viewtopic.php?p=424688#p424688

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I remain utterly and completely unconvinced by these things, and the controller makes no difference to my feelings on the matter whatsoever.

Price wise they're no better value than a Windows PC in EXACTLY THE SAME CASE (except with far less functionality because, no Windows), and it's not like wireless keyboards, mice, and 360 controllers are Star Trek-esque technology that PC nerds have been waiting for Gabe to gape out of his majestic and wonderfully bearded arsehole for the last few years.

Console peeps already have consoles, PC peeps who like PCs in console-style form-factors already have them too. The 'box under the telly' slot is already filled.

I'm calling fail on these things before they've even been launched. I got that OnLive shit right, so I'm allowed a miss on this one, but I'm reasonably confident about going two nil with these nonsense dickfaces.



I got Onlive right too.

Steam box? I really don't know why they're bothering.

I call death on Nvidia's new console too.


I thought hearthly and John coffey were the same person. And here they are, at the same place and at the same time. :shrug:


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You'll never see us in the same room together.


God, let's hope so.

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When did Steam start doing streaming movies?

http://store.steampowered.com/search/#c ... ESC&page=1

Check out this classic: http://store.steampowered.com/app/38268 ... _151_150_1

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I've recently switched to Big Picture Mode in Steam because it works quite well while sat on the couch with a controller (although don't bother trying to search the store from it or you'll end up wanting to fucking hurt someone). I was just browsing my library of installed games for what to play having ditched Binary Domain* and I noticed that it flags up Tomb Raider Legend, Tomb Raider Anniversary and Arkham Asylum as "relying heavily on having a physical mouse and keyboard". I wondered what it was keying off of and a check of their relevant store pages does indeed have them all listed as only having partial controller support. Given that I played through all three of them on the Xbox the first time around how can they possible only have partial controller support? That's total nonsense.

*Gears of War style third person shooter by Sega of all people. It was alright but wasn't setting my world on fire and the bit I was at was annoying enough that I didn't really care to proceed with it. It had that Japanese thing where all the characters and dialogue are just slightly weird in an entertaining way but the gameplay was pretty bog standard.


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I think it says that for games where some menus aren't mapped to the controller, and need you to use a mouse. Not sure if that's the case with those games or what.

I've found the PS4 pad pretty useful for instances like those recently, because you can use the touchpad to control the cursor. A bit fiddly, but less so than putting the controller down and grabbing a mouse. The only games it's been an issue for me in recently have been early access or similar, mind.


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I don't remember using mouse or keyboard for any of those games, but maybe they are needed in the menus, like LewieP says.


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They can only list them as full controller support if you don't have to touch a mouse or keyboard in any way.

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By the way... I agree about Binary Domain.


For info the bit that killed it for me was where you were at a fuelling station and you had to wait for a robot to fill a fuel tank then drag it around the arena towards (I assume) a door that you wanted blow open. This was all done while a constant stream of robots were airdropped into the location so you had to fight them while also protecting/dragging the fuel tank around. Obviously the dragging of the fuel tank could only be done at a hilariously glacial pace and you couldn't shoot while doing it so within minutes of setting out you'd be near dead and the fucking robots would blow the tank up so you had to do the whole thing from scratch again. Except ever time round you've got less ammo because you couldn't replenish it from downed enemies quite as quickly as you needed to fire it into their stupid metal faces. After about the tenth shot at it I was more bored than annoyed but, thinking about it, it's like the perfect storm of horrible game design.


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Look at my Steam backlog, isn't it lovely?


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Look at my Steam backlog, isn't it lovely?


Haven't you just typed 'installed' into the search field there? Mine shows as empty if I do that even though I have loads of games installed.

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Haven't you just typed 'installed' into the search field there? Mine shows as empty if I do that even though I have loads of games installed.


What, no, why would i do that?


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A mate of mine at work has a Steam account and I was thinking of making him play the Portal games by gifting them to him, given that it's currently about £1.60 for the pair. You need to be friends with someone on Steam to gift shit to them though and I just cannot find his account. His user name is steve_richards and his account name is stevesie16 (or possibly the other way round) but the steve_richards that turns up in the search isn't him and there's no stevesie16 in the results at all. Does anyone know why someone's account might be so difficult to find? You can see your profile privacy setting so that only you can see it but that doesn't hide you from the search; it just means that when you try to click through to it you get a message saying it's been set to private so I don't think it's that.


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You could send the gift by email rather than direct, which will automatically friend you too.


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I had this problem with gifting stuff to Sal. Turns out she had a limited account because she hadn't spent $5 yet.

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You could send the gift by email rather than direct, which will automatically friend you too.


How do you do that? I tried to buy something as a gift and the only option available was to choose from existing Steam friends. I've got a feeling they've changed how it works.

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I had this problem with gifting stuff to Sal. Turns out she had a limited account because she hadn't spent $5 yet.


Could you see her and just not gift to her; or could you not find her Steam profile at all though? Because it's the latter situation I'm in.


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