phi1997

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Epic Games reportedly hit by 189GB hack, including login and payment info (www.rockpapershotgun.com)

The report comes from Cyber Daily, who also broke the news of last year’s confirmed hack attack on Insomniac Games. The site claims that new ransomware group Mogilevich are the culprits, as per the screencap of a darkweb posting above, and that the hackers are now trying to get Epic or another party to pay up for the return of...

phi1997,

Using Windows is an exercise is masochism. That's why I switched to Linux

phi1997,

Not everyone has the same use case as you.

phi1997,

What did they do wrong? They're just providing value by offering consumers free pets with their food!

phi1997,

Let's Go Pikachu/Eevee actually ran well, with only occasional dips. Not sure how their first Switch outing was also their most polished...

phi1997,

It was more than a reskin, with a new catching system based on Pokémon Go, but yeah, the area design was pretty much already done

phi1997,

I think it'll be the recent past, showing how Lumiose came to be what it is in X/Y. A prequel story could do wonders for X/Y, fleshing out Lysandre with an actual backstory could make him interesting.

phi1997,

And sometimes, a game gets a patch that actually makes it worse

phi1997,

Rumor has it that the Switch 2 was going to be revealed this month, but got delayed. I assume this is a partner showcase because Nintendo promised third-parties a direct this month but aren't ready to show off what they're working on

phi1997,

The file size was why I uninstalled Tekken 7. This is going to be a pass for me.

phi1997,

Mighty Gunvolt Burst is a great Mega Man-style platformer

phi1997,

That box art looks nothing like the game! You never fight all the robot masters at once!

phi1997,

Yes, sell AI to artists, a demographic that is known for having enthusiastically embraced AI. Why not sell it to writers too? /s

phi1997,

Or they could make a launcher that offers features that Steam lacks.

phi1997,

Except without the GamePad's uses for giving one player exclusive information in local multiplayer or the touch screen actually being used in games.

phi1997,

This seems like it's best for people for still have a ton of Atari 2600 games or are willing to buy them. BecauseTV resolutions weren't standardized yet, playing original cartridges on unmodified original hardware on an HDTV can result in games flickering out due to needing to change the resolution to avoid lag or even games not displaying at all

phi1997,

Vendor lock-in is a big one. Losing access to your purchased games/apps and having a harder time bringing over your music and video libraries could turn people off, even if F2P games and streaming have made these less relevant. There's also the matter of switching cloud storage providers

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