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#1 Posted by fluxbit (145 posts) -

@starvinggamer @shmoodow

Thanks for your efforts on ranking their top games using a more preferential/ranked voting system. You saved me the trouble of doing it. :)

While I was listening to the day-five podcast, I kept wondering why they didn't just go with this kind of voting system in the first place. Then, of course, I realized that wouldn't make for a very interesting podcast -- or, rather, it would obviate the need for one at all.

Asked and answered.

#2 Edited by fluxbit (145 posts) -

@madreisz: Looks like it stopped working after the 10-23-2012 podcast?

#3 Posted by fluxbit (145 posts) -

@toxeia: Congrats; this post is the number two result (at least for me) on Google when searching for xbox hypervisor!

#4 Posted by fluxbit (145 posts) -

Totally fake answer:

We know there is some confusion around used games on Xbox One and wanted to provide a bit of clarification on exactly what we’ve confirmed today. The answer to all of your questions is yes.

After all this, I am even more confused by the misinformation and unwillingness to be clear surrounding this new console. Do I have to pay a fee for used games to work or not?

#5 Posted by fluxbit (145 posts) -

You must have enjoyed the PS4 reveal, then? Other than not getting to see the console, that is. I get what you're saying though... not what you wanted. Maybe they'll talk to you at E3.

@xeridae said:

Here is how this should have went down.

#6 Edited by fluxbit (145 posts) -

I just wrote a message on @alien715's wall and the text of my message appeared to replace their status message. Upon refresh, it disappeared. Weird; see image below. (Nexus 7, Dolphin Browser Beta 1.3.1)

#7 Posted by fluxbit (145 posts) -
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#8 Edited by fluxbit (145 posts) -

As of Feb. 19, Vanquish is free for PlayStation Plus members.


#9 Posted by fluxbit (145 posts) -
#10 Edited by fluxbit (145 posts) -
We don't benefit from not knowing the science of this epidemic of violence.

At first, this seems like a reasonable appeal to logic and method. But, there is no statistical epidemic of violence; the President is being deceived by someone or himself. As such, it seems this endeavor is predicated on a falsehood and serves no purpose other than to give politicians ammunition (unintentional pun) against their foes and make them appear compassionate.

We don't benefit from people misusing the word epidemic and claiming fallacy as fact.