I'm in but have yet to play. The NDA prevents discussion of the game but I'm excited to give it a play through. I didn't notice a lift date for the NDA. Did anyone else?
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@Sackmanjones: Just a few tips:
- Enable "Elective Mode" (how and why http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOd_wMyJUGc)
- Learn to use SHIFT for "stop-and-attack" (and rebind it to SPACE for easier access)
- Rebind 1,2,3,4 to WASD
- Consider binding potion ('Q') to a tertiary mouse button (middle button works wonderfully)
- Use the "ALT to see loot" toggle in the options. Makes it easier to find fallen loot
- CTRL-click loot to get a detailed description before picking it up (you may have to turn on advanced tooltips in options)
- Smash stuff!
I couldn't subscribe using my username, but I could using my email. Try that.
Thanks @RedSox8933! This worked for me. After entering my associated email address and password the first video began to download.
@coonce Thanks for looking into this. I'm not sure why iTunes accepted the email but not the username. It might be something to consider added as a disclaimer to the premium member hub.
I guess I replied with a private message, so I'll repost here:
Thanks for responding Coonce!
The url is: http://www.giantbomb.com/videos/feed/hd/3/
I've tried it with other premium urls as well. None seem to work and I've verified my username and password.
I apologize if this has already been posted, but I couldn't find it mentioned anywhere else.
I just signed up for a premium account and promptly found the premium RSS for quicklooks. When I put this feed into iTunes (Advanced > Subscribe to Podcast) it continually prompts for my username and password. I've verified several times that I'm entering the correct info. Could it be I just need to wait a few hours for my credentials as a premium member to be recognized by iTunes? Is anyone else experiencing something similar?
It's crazy to see Scalia's opinion joined by Kennedy, Ginsburg, Sotomayor, and Kagan. For another sweet writeup check Yahoo News http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/us_supreme_court_violent_video_games