If you went to a film screening, you wouldn't record it (even part of it) and then try to defend it as journalism. I'm not sure why this would be any different.
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I'm also sometimes getting redirected to https://www.giantbomb.com/grim-fandango/3030-13230/forums/how-many-grim-fandango-fans-on-giant-bomb-3030/ from that Click thread for reasons I can't quite replicate (sometimes I click back and end up back at the Hitman image gallery, sometimes I click back and end up back at that Click thread, then clicking back again goes to the Grim Fandango thread)
If you follow a link to a forum topic (from the recent topics list), you get linked to (for example):
However, after loading, the URL gets rewritten to (note the lack of #):
If you refresh, or try linking to this URL, it 404s.
Incidentally, it does not apply to all forums, such as the Bug Reporting forum -- possibly related to the new wiki changes?
So, yeah, that sucks. Not really sure what to do and I guess the game is a too new to find any fixes for it.
Yep, I've had that. Had the "Clear infestations to improve moral" message, so cleared the five visible infections -- none left on the map, but still got the message (the message did from yellow to white though). Between that and the other borderline game-breaking bugs (losing control of a character after leaving a vehicle, not getting control back until zombies attack the car and it explodes, and only surviving because I was RIGHT next to my base; UI randomly disappearing, including once during a fight with a juggernaut, which would have cost me a character [as I couldn't see ammo/health/stamina] had I not killed the game before it saved), I think I might be done with the game for now.
Word of warning: If the UI does disappear, don't use the supply locker - the game stops taking all input--your character is stuck in the using a menu animation and you can't back out--and I'm not sure what happens if it saves in that state.
I think there's a tutorial prompt for it, but it didn't show up after I'd already done it. Same with the "You can carry multiple rucksacks in vehicles" tip - that didn't show up until I'd already done it, and then showed up twice more despite me doing it multiple times.
Edit: There's a post on Reddit about possibly finding missing infections - seemed to work for me (it found one infection that wasn't showing up properly, though it was ALSO hidden by a horde icon so difficult to find).
Worse than the 24hr clock is time zones though. So annoying.
As someone in the UK who frequently watches live content from both America and Japan, you are absolutely correct (especially with DST - American DST dates are offset by a few weeks from the UK). I've got my computer set to show three clocks, which is just dumb.
@burncoat: Ok but that is a process that everybody else does for their alcohol (plus other varied regional restrictions), but they simply use the percentage for it. Doubling it doesn't change anything if not resulting in a bigger number as you said.
It's mostly a historical artifact:
The term proof dates back to 16th century England, when spirits were taxed at different rates depending on their alcohol content. Spirits were tested by soaking a pellet of gunpowder in them. If the gunpowder could still burn, the spirits were rated above proof and taxed at a higher rate.
The crazy part is that American proof isn't even that. It wasn't established until around 1848, and was just defined to be twice the ABV (rather than the ~1.75 conversion factor to the historical proof). FWIW, legally it has to be labelled in ABV, and only CAN be labelled proof in addition.
Only in the US. Anywhere that habitually uses it don't call it military time.
I do not like the 24hr clock because I'm dumb and don't want to do unnecessary math.
You aren't really doing maths though - when I look at the time and it's 2259 (current time in the UK) I'm not converting to 10:59PM, that's just the time. Even if you are, it's just knocking 12 off (hours%12); it's not hard.
I will just point out something from earlier in the thread though - Celsius (spelling from chart) was described as "Logical scale at which Zero is the Base level", but zero is just as arbitrary. That's an argument for Kelvin.
- 60fps is nicer to watch, especially when the rest of the site's video is doing 60
- Animated game name etc. scroll is annoying -- I'm not always focusing my full attention on the video, and that sort of motion drags my attention back to it. A static note is useful though
- Ditto animated transitions (zooms/wipes) -- it grabs my attention for no good reason. I prefer the simple cuts
- Splitscreens are useful when it's a full house, but when you can get everyone in a single shot, I prefer that (compare the two images under "WHAT GAME WE'RE TALKING ABOUT"). Doing the tight shot of the three individually makes them feel more isolated/disconnected, and changes the general vibe somewhat
- News: noting the headline/source might be useful, but dedicating over half of the screen to a generic Fortnite image/a paragraph of text that A) is only the introduction to the article and B) I can't really read whilst people are taking doesn't feel like a good use of space
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It's an audio-first show, so that doesn't necessarily seem like the best of ideas.
First of all, where's John Taggart
I wonder if it's the same thing that happened to Bogomil: "They wanted me to be in Beverly Hills Cop III, but...I read the script."
Thirdly, where is all of Foley's fast talking?
Quite possibly Murphy's comments prior to BHC3 lead to it taking that direction: "How often can you have Axel Foley talk fast and get into a place he doesn't belong? But these motherfuckers are developing scripts for it."
What do you think of Beverly Hills Cop 3?
I love it. It's so terrible that it's fun to watch, but boy it is not a good movie (it has it's moments). It almost feels like a slight misguided parody of the first film.
Looking up those quotes I discovered apparently at one point there was going to be a TV show: "What I'm [Murphy] trying to do now is produce a TV show starring Axel Foley's son, and Axel is the chief of police now in Detroit. I'd do the pilot, show up here and there.". Gotta say, Foley as chief of police sounds so wrong.
@desuroku: I'm with you on FH4. Drifting through Shibuya Scramble at night in the rain sounds great (basically, setting-wise, make Forza Horizon: Tokyo Drift).
My most anticipated games for this year are Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night/Persona 5: Dancing Star Night and Steins;Gate Elite. I've got the Japanese versions ordered, but I'm _really_ hoping they get a Western release some time soon.
(BTW, in case you missed it, I came here via the Community Spotlight)