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#1  Edited By soupbones

Damn - ‪Death Stranding really broke him‬.

GB won’t be the same without you Dan. Good luck it out crazy son of a bitch!

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@rorie Good to hear the team is working on a fix! Watching UPF right now and it’s still bad, but occasionally makes for some funny moments. (Like getting a repeat of Ben yelling “Get Fucked” in a heated match of Burger Time Party.)

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@saygrrr: same issue for me. Been like this for weeks. I just posted a new topic about it. https://www.giantbomb.com/forums/bug-reporting-33/live-streaming-freezing-or-skipping-back-in-apple--1870793/

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For about a couple of weeks now, i’ve noticed that live streams have been freezing or jump back a few seconds every minute or so. It seems to only happen during live streams, and only in the apple tv app. I don't believe it’s an issue with my network, as it ONLY happens with live stream on the GB app.

Browsers work fine (on same wifi connection as Apple TV)

Other Apple TV apps like Twitch and Youtube work fine (live streams)

It happens with ALL giant bomb live stream shows, but never prerecorded stuff.

It’s pretty often also - it will either freeze or skip back about every minute, consistently.

Send help plz.

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Pouring one out today - RIP man

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Saw First Man on Saturday.

Overall it's well acted and the cinematography was really good - but wow, this is one somber as fuck movie. I was not expecting to be so depressed about a movie on going to the moon.

I sort of felt like I wasted my time and money: I obviously knew the outcome to the movie before I went in, but the slow pace and depressing tone the film had left me wishing I would have done something else with my time.

Again, quality wise it was good - but I would not recommend it, nor watch it again.

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Such a strange thing to say - "pushing 2D graphics to their limits".

Does he mean just more shit on the screen? I can't really think of anything else that would be taken care of with a graphics chip - everything else requires more time, money and talent like animation or design.

Regardless, I AM excited at the prospect of a system devoted to 2D. But it's certainly tempered a bit by the E for everyone nonsense.

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I think they evolved into what we call musou games now - like Dynasty Warriors and Fire Emblem Warriors, so yes - the market is still there in that sense. The more traditional stuff you mentioned still has a niche market - the new Streets of Rage being the latest. But I don't think that will ever grow significantly.

As for my favorites - Streets of Rage 2, Golden Axe, and Scott Pilgrim rank pretty high for me. Also love me some Alien Storm when I want something weird. :-)