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Lots of good stuff, and lots of new stuff - 2 new heroes, no more wipes (supposedly), and so on! I saw Narkano on, and I have a few friends in, but is anyone playing? I figure between that and Destiny I'm fairly set on gaming - add me on bnet! Hayt#1743.
Hoping someone here might be able to help, as I'm experiencing an issue with my new machine (I built it).
When I power off my machine, I can't get the system to turn on. The lights and everything flips on, but there's a debug LED (two characters) on the machine and they won't come on, nothing posts, and none of my peripherals light up.
However, if I unplug my machine for ~30 second or a minute, then plug and power, it comes on without a problem.
Does anyone have an idea of what that is? I'm asking because I'm also crashing like hell in the new Star Citizen patch and am trying to make sure my hardware isn't at fault. As above, wondering if I need to update my BIOS or, possibly, if it's a problem with the PSU.
Enjoy! Probably a good thing to do while you download the game and wish it was 12:00am on September 9th.
« on: September 02, 2014, 04:49:29 pm »
Pretty cool. The Behind the Scenes video was nice. Also liked the older one with Gus.
If you don't want to bother but want the emblem, here's the code:
Go forth, and multiplay.
Winning music no longer plays at match end for losing team. You get nothing, you lose, good day sir.
But they're called Seasons.
Can't wait, I took a break but will be playing a bit more in preparation.
This is how you can edit your HOTAS. I find it immensely improved by simply switching yaw and roll. Twisting to yaw did not feel right, but twisting to roll definitely does.
This will also allow you to assign extra functions to unused buttons, I believe, freeing up your hard from doing a ton of work on the keyboard. Will spend some time this evening and see how I do in the swarm sim.
This is an insanely important topic to everyone here:
This means that your ISP can now begin charging websites and web services extra for bandwidth usage - and this means that, if you use a paid-for-service, it will become expensive, and if you use a free service, it will likely get a fee attached. Hell, this website may get slower or we'll be expected to pay more for our meager bandwidth usage.
If this goes into effect, this means F2P MMOs could become a thing of the past, and could have greater implications on multiplayer games. It may have little or no effect for larger, profitable services, but this is Comcast and other ISPs simply squeezing the market for more money.
Personally, I'm looking into options. I would love to see ISPs that come out against this new rule, because I would rather pay them than pay for a sleazy, greedy company. And this will likely have ramifications for those who live outside of the US too. This will kill a lot of start-ups and innovation, depending on how it's implemented. The internet should be an equalizing force in our society - instead, we are subjecting it to oligarchical principles.