You should listen to the Tested podcast, "This Is Only a Test," Will and Norm do a good job explaining these things and I imagine this'll be a big point of discussion on their next podcast.
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While none of us know the full details of what happened, I am somewhat perplexed about their current incarceration. I'm in the military and have worked at locations that draw tourists, but where photography is prohibited. The most I have personally seen done to those who take photos having not seen the signs stating that photography is prohibited, or disregarded the signs and take pictures anyway, is that a member of base security stops the individual, explains the restriction and then either deletes the photos taken, confiscates the recording media or confiscates the camera. I don't know how the Greeks typically handle those situations, but it's their country and they can make their own laws regarding where photos cannot be taken in the interest of national security.
As to those saying that photography of military installations are harmless and that you could access photos of those locations on Google, I would say that satellite imagery and photos taken on the ground serve two very different ends. A picture of the area that you might find on Google may prove to you something exists, but a picture taken on the ground could potentially show you the number of guards, where they are positioned and how they turn over during a shift change. I don't mean to imply that these developers intended to learn anything like that, but the local base security has a responsibility to assume the worst.
Hopefully the situation will be resolved quickly and these two men can return to their families and homes soon.
I've only briefly looked at the comments made thus far, but I'm glad to see people considering the deployment of this streaming gaming tech on the PS Vita. I don't think this would be something to benefit current PS3 owners. I would imagine this being done in a way to allow people to play their PS4 games on the Vita. So let's say you buy your new copy of "The Very Last of Us," register the game on PSN and you're able to stream your game when you're on the go with your Vita. Whether or not that happens remains to be seen, but if it does happen I'll feel pretty smart.
Alright cool, it's definitely been the characters and story that I'm enjoying so much, while I do a lot of sneaking and running away from hazmat ghosts. I haven't beaten it yet, literally just entered the casino before typing this, so I want to ask; is Christine Veronica Santangelo's girlfriend that she refers to having been split up from if you talk to her after she's become your companion?
So I started playing Fallout: New Vegas back in May, which was great since I was able to pick up the game new for $30, and I've been enjoying a fairly crash-free experience given the engine. Over the past month I've been playing all the DLC and am currently nearing the end of "Dead Money." I've already played-through "Old World Blues" and "Honest Hearts" and so far I'm enjoying "Dead Money" the most. I was a little hesitant about even getting "Dead Money" given the generally negative impression I'd picked up on from the Bombcast and various other game sites, but I think "Dead Money" has been my favorite piece of DLC for this game thus far. I just wanted to ask the community how they felt about this piece of content and whether or not my appreciation for "Dead Money" was just a case of going into it with lowered expectations or my own particular tastes.
I had a stronger reaction to the MW3 trailer than the BF3 trailer. Visually the BF3 trailer is more impressive, but the MW3 trailer was more exciting. There's something about the MW3 trailer that strikes that jingoistic chord in me in just the right way. I'm also hoping that MW3 ditches the cynicism that was found throughout MW2, and going the WWIII route should set the stage for a simple good-guys vs bad-guys situation, which is all I need from Call of Duty.