Twitch submitted 2 years ago by [deleted]. Want to add to the discussion? Post a comment! Create an account. That goes to Bayonetta 2. Movies TV Comics. Star Wars Marvel. Animal Crossing Doom Eternal Destiny 2. God of War Persona 5 Breath of the Wild. And it was. The original is a million times more fun than SotFS, and I'm having a blast with it yet again. Releasing a definitive edition of a game that remasters the graphics and fixes a lot of bugs that includes all the DLC and is optimized for modern machines so a whole new generation of gamers can enjoy it is a dickish cash grab?
A literal assist flip with a bunch of shitty microtransactions that even include buying new save slots is a dickish cash grab. The issue is that it fixed bugs for a full pricetag. Bugs that were still in the original version. That wasn't his pc being "too powerful". It happened on all pc versions of the game.
A polearm weapon being thrusted may have the weapon hit once or twice and the pole itself hits multiple times at an even higher amount of damage to the weapon. It could have been something tied to this. It wasn't that a computer was too powerful, it isn't like they never tested the game on higher-end PCs.
A simple Google search will. Dark Souls wouldn't be the first game with weird physics and mechanics tied to FPS. Not just dark souls, tons of games designed for consoles work like that. The pc ports are barely considered until after the console version is made, and they know the console version is locked to 30 fps or whatever. Are you playing on a hz monitor?
If you are, switch it to 60Hz then play and see if it gets fixed. You can use Riva on its own as well. In my case, you have to run in fullscreen. This is one of those games that uses your monitor's refresh rate when windowed. Game logic seems to be tied to FPS unfortunately. This might have something to do with the engine. DMC1 may be a poor port aswell, in WW's case, disabling the second core solved it. Movement is more sluggish than I remember and the controls are a tiny bit awkward if you're using a wired controller.
Other than that it has been a super fun and nostalgic play through massive fan of the og series. Ya just link your Amazon account with your Twitch account and you should be able to claim the offer. Also, find a twitch streamer you like and give them your free Twitch Prime sub. They still get the same cut from a free Twitch Prime sub. I give my sub to streamfourstar because I watch their content the most, but just pick one that you like to watch.
Nah, this shouldn't be a way to earn a living. Have amazon prime, not gonna give my prime month to anyone. Time for we millennials to actually work a job that actually contributes to our country and pick up where all the retirees left off. Not joking. You can keep your sub par streaming service if it means that much to you.
Did you miss the "we millenials" I'm including myself. Somehow I'm lumped in with the rest of the snowflake gen My point is that I was actually raised to benefit our society, not leech off it. Soooo, every entertainer is just a leech on society? Maybe not in quite the same way as other avenues, but streaming is definitely a form of entertaining. Being successful at streaming isn't as simple as just silently playing games in front of your webcam. Successful streamers have to interact with their chat if they want to develop any kind of regular subscriber base.
This "stage presence" takes dedication, as most people won't be comfortable enough to be very entertaining at first. As for lumping YouTube into this, it's no accident that many major comedy shows e. We're past the point of dismissing it as a medium because "it's only meant for posting stupid internet videos" or [insert other misguided dismissal here].
It's simply a fact that there are many people who turn to YouTube as a primary source of entertainment. Further, what, pray tell, does constitute an "actual" career? Also, being a millenial doesn't meaningfully change how you look when you make generation-wide character judgments, even when they're levied at your own generation.
Yet your post history betrays the fact that you believe you're entitled to take without contributing. Give it to someone who doesn't suck. I chose Scott Manley who is a Kerbal Space Program streamer but also does educational astronomy and other science videos. On the note of streamers that don't suck and are kinda educational, I use my prime sub on kitboga every month. His tech scam calls are not only hilarious and waste malicious people's time, but also intrigue the IT side of me since he shows how he sets everything up!