I think Ubisoft killed Uplay a while ago. http://megagames.com/news/ubisoft-kills-uplaypassport
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Based on experience, there might be a problem with the T.V. Once, I had a T.V. that had great HDMI quality when hooked up to a laptop. Eventually, that T.V. was replaced by a similar model at a lower price point, but it had horrible picture quality compared to the previous one I owned. So, that T.V. had to be returned and now I'm back with the previous model.
I have personally found solace in iOS since it looks so simple and easy to use compared to Android or Windows Phone and I just find the design of the iPhone more appealing than other phones out there. It's obvious why some people go for Android because of the ability to customize and what not, but that can be accomplished with a jailbreak for iOS. It's all about what you prefer though.
I can't believe how much their users are shitting on their new site. Like fuck. You'd think it was just a bunch of 8 year olds whining and saying they're going to go live with another family(IGN). I don't like to talk down about other sites in favour of GB but wow do I love the GB community especially compared to other websites that unfortunately have vocal users like those ones who can never see any good in anything.
Anyways, the big issue I had with the old site and maybe it'll be this new one too is how much content they have, most of it isn't unique or important(news stories for everything possible, screen shots, random short gameplay videos) so it buries a lot of stuff that is, and that's a shame.
Also Danny's part in the New Gamespot video was amazing, he's the next generation of old Gamespot/Giant Bomb crew video game content producer.
You don't understand. There were a lot of small features from the old site that one could easily overlook such as page links in the thread title or the number of unread posts in a thread, which aren't present in the new design. In addition, there are still some bugs such as not being able to change avatars. Worst of all, the On the Spot archive seems to be missing and some of the videos for older games as well. One of my main gripes with the new site is the addition of unnecessary scrolling due to those huge headers that can be found in so many web site designs today.
So, Eminem has a new music video out this week for his single "Survival" that's going to be on the Marshall Mathers LP 2 next month. It's the same shtick we've heard from him for the past three years; dramatic/corny female chorus with rock instrumentals and him yelling stuff. What's got me puzzled is the music video's terrible product placement for Call of Duty: Ghosts.
Now, Eminem has done work with Activision before by performing for DJ Hero and Call of Duty: Black Ops as well as having his songs in Call of Duty trailers, but this is pretty bad and a new low for him in my opinion. I wonder if product placement for video games was ever done like this before. Thoughts?
I've been through scenarios where firing in short bursts was necessary from far distances. Also, the map in the beta isn't very good. The only fun part is when the tall building collapses. I've had way more fun playing on the Arica Harbor map in the Bad Company 2 beta on the PlayStation 3 way back in 2009.