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Everything posted by jcafarley

  1. Would be nice if the streaming stuff worked on something other than the console itself and PC.
  2. I prefer ‘inspires’ the news segment.
  3. Aren’t Sega in the process of removing the Sonic games from digital stores because of the collection that’s coming out? Maybe it’s that?
  4. I wouldn’t be surprised if the writers have also forgotten about this.
  5. This gave Picard a run for its money in being utter shite.
  6. I reckon it’s a mixture of differing visions for what it was going to be internally, leading to a confused product, combined with a hubristic attitude to the games industry.
  7. Yep, I never really got over the battle system as it never really felt 'fun' to me, just something that got in the way of the story.
  8. An emotional computer running a military ship is probably the stupidest thing Discovery has ever done. It makes absolutely no logical sense.
  9. It was unbelievably tedious. Most Star Trek series have hit their prime by the fourth season, this feels like it’s waiting to be put out of its misery. I’ve said it before but I still can’t get my head around how utterly and completely creatively bankrupt the live action series (this and Picard) continue to be. The ‘writers’ should be ashamed.
  10. Yep. I watched it on an iPad as well, so I don't think it's because of TV settings.
  11. '"After months spent reconnecting the Federation with distant worlds' See, I'd rather watch that than another series focused on a 'terrifying new threat.'
  12. Maybe it's just me, but I really found it hard to see anything through most of the last episode.
  13. Ugh, they really don’t know how to write anything that isn’t about ‘the end of everything.’
  14. I enjoyed that one. Probably had the best space battle since all the new stuff as well. The writers seem to understand Star Trek far better than anyone on the other series.
  15. https://9to5mac.com/2021/09/10/apple-not-required-to-let-fortnite-back-on-the-app-store-despite-epic-ruling/ (2) a declaration that (i) Apple’s termination of the DPLA and the related agreements between Epic Games and Apple was valid, lawful, and enforceable, and (ii) Apple has the contractual right to terminate its DPLA with any or all of Epic Games’ wholly owned subsidiaries, affiliates, and/or other entities under Epic Games’ control at any time and at Apple’s sole discretion. They already have blocked them, and could do more by also blocking Unreal engine if they wanted to. Doing any of these things wouldn’t be painting a target on their back, the judge’s ruling states that apple have sole discretion for who they want to do business with, they can’t be forced to carry Epic games on the App Store if they don’t want to. This whole thing is probably great for everyone else but Epic.
  16. Apple are under no obligation to allow Fortnite or any other Epic game back into the App Store. Epic aren’t going to be able to make use of this ruling.
  17. I still can’t help but marvel at how creatively bankrupt all this is.
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