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  1. You need to look into the kaizo community that started this a long time ago with SMW hacks for SNES. Panga, Poobear, MitchFlowerPower, there are some insane fucking levels and they usually race them at GamesDoneQuick. There channels are below. The Pit of Pangea levels in SMM1 are crazy. https://www.youtube.com/user/PangaTAS https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8xg5j_amPUIedzS6_nymJA https://www.youtube.com/user/nilladh
  2. A thing that people don't realize. Kenny Loggins confirmed that he will be doing a remake of Danger Zone just for this movie.
  3. Theoretically speaking, if you had bought every single item that was introduced to the Blackmarket, this is how much you would have spent. Operation First Strike: CoD Points = 44,900 CP USD = $345.35 Operation Absolute Zero: CoD Points = 55,100 CP USD = $423.80 Operation Grand Heist: CoD Points = 28,300 CP USD = $217.67 Operation Spectre Rising: CoD Points = 20,100 CP USD = $154.60 Operation Days of Summer: CoD Points = 23,800 CP USD = $183.06 Grand Total: CoD Points = 172,200 CP USD = $1,324.48 This means that if you purchased the standard edition of the game at launch for $60 USD, purchasing everything from Blackjack’s shop would have you spending just over 22x the amount of the base game.
  4. I believe to sum up both of the games- FIFA has evolved into a gambling game with soccer mechanics. The cash cow is solely the FIFA Ultimate Team and nothing more. PES is more about the true soccer experience. I think PES would gain booming popularity if it became a "game as service" with one single base game that is met with seasons or dlc whenever a new mode is designed. (They aren't really innovators, it's just a roster update)
  5. No. Occasionally they allow you to port your account from PC to XB or PS, but not the other way around and then that change is permanent.
  6. I have reinstalled this on PC. It hurts not having my MR12 account from PS4 but I do have my Frost Prime on PC so I am still happy. A lot has changed that's for sure.
  7. These dudes are such dickheads. Fifa & Madden blind packs made them $1.1 BILLION last year (50% of their live service revenue) and accounted for 21% of their total revenue so of course they need to bullshit the public on this. Guys, robbing a bank is not a crime, it's just a surprise withdrawal.
  8. Source EA’s implementation of loot boxes has come under plenty of fire, even relative to the general outcry against the mechanic. The pushback against Battlefront 2 loot boxes was so intense that EA reworked the entire system, and the wild popularity of FIFA Ultimate Team means that it has gotten scrutiny even from watchdog groups and governmental organisations. Kerry Hopkins, EA’s VP of legal and government affairs, insists that the company’s randomised purchases aren’t loot boxes, but rather “surprise mechanics.” In an oral evidence session with the UK Parliament’s Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport Committee, Hopkins compares the mechanics to surprise toys, which have been around “for years, whether it’s Kinder Eggs, or Hatchimals, or LOL Surprise.” In response to questions from Scottish National Party MP, Brendan O’Hara, Hopkins says “We do think the way that we have implemented these kinds of mechanics – and FIFA of course is our big one, our FIFA Ultimate Team and our packs – is actually quite ethical and quite fun, quite enjoyable to people. “We do agree with the UK gambling commission, the Australian gambling commission, and many other gambling commissions that they aren’t gambling, and we also disagree that there’s evidence that shows it leads to gambling. Instead we think it’s like many other products that people enjoy in a healthy way, and like the element of surprise.” Obviously, that also means that EA disagrees with the anti-loot box stance taken by Dutch and Belgian regulators. “They decided – the regulator, not the courts – decided that under their local law, these mechanics under certain circumstances violate the law.” You can hear all these comments in full through the archive of the Parliament broadcast, starting at 15:43:15. The UK government’s investigation on gaming was announced earlier this year, and it concerns much more than just loot boxes – everything from game addiction to the ways the government can support the VR industry is on the list. Whether any legislative action results from these investigations remains to be seen.
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    MLR Championship Match is now on YouTube. (Legion and Seattle Seawolves on 6/6/19 @ Torero Stadium.)
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    We go to Las Vegas every year for that stage of the HSBC Sevens and it's an absolute blast. Just hanging out at UNLV's stadium for 10 hours and then going to the strip and getting hammered.
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    I never understood rugby league. I played a handful of matches but it was all of the parts of rugby I loved that are missing in league. However, I will say that until our elite rugby programs took off here in the States that League was the best form of the sport to bridge the cap for Americans who love the NFL to get into Rugby. MLR is doing amazingly here and I'm happy Union is gaining popularity.
  12. GOG are amazing. The fact they make all of their games DRM free is a huge move.
  13. Personally I'd love to be a fly on the wall in a few of those board meetings where developers/publishers decided to not use Steam because they didn't want to lose revenue - but then took on developing/maintaining their own launcher. I'd love to see a comparison of costs, etc.
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