[-] [email protected] 7 points 3 hours ago

I hope they're actually good this time, the 8000 series was literally just a renamed version of the 7000 series.

[-] [email protected] 18 points 23 hours ago* (last edited 23 hours ago)

Oh sweet. I thought Newpipe stopped development to work on a rewrite, or am I misremembering? Either way, nice to see comments working again.

[-] [email protected] 3 points 1 day ago

Coming 14 May, 2024

This game plans to unlock in approximately 3 weeks

[-] [email protected] 6 points 5 days ago

We’re going to need strong digital signatures on everything

That won't help anything considering how easy it is to strip metadata.

[-] [email protected] 11 points 5 days ago

That lip sync is scary good. It's still a little off, the teeth are weirdly stretchy, but nobody would notice it's a deepfake on first glance.

Seems very similar to Nvidia's idea of only having a moving photo for video calls to reduce bandwidth needed. Very nice.

[-] [email protected] 7 points 5 days ago

Seems like a coincidence, the face is kinda generic and the eyes/nose are different.

[-] [email protected] 28 points 5 days ago

It helps that it's dirt cheap right now. It's only $5 on Steam.

[-] [email protected] 2 points 6 days ago

Isn't this game free to play nowadays anyways?

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This free update includes native applications for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, Performance mode and Quality mode settings, as well as stability improvements and fixes. Experience up to 60 FPS and increased resolutions!

Fallout 4 players on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will also receive a free update with stability improvements, login and quest fixes.

We are also releasing a free Fallout 4 update for PC players! Experience Fallout 4 on your next-generation PC with widescreen and ultra-widescreen support, as well as fixes to Creation Kit and a variety of quest updates.

Players with PC versions of Fallout 4 on Steam, Microsoft Store and GOG will receive stability, mods and bug fixes. For Japanese and Chinese language players on PC, Bethesda.net login issues have been resolved, fixing access to mods.

There's even more content in the Fallout 4 updates, including the following free Creation Club items[...]

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Great to see, the first one was really underrated imo

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[-] [email protected] 248 points 5 months ago* (last edited 5 months ago)

The video pretty much describes why Fandom is so bad and why many games are moving their wikis to alternative services, and why you should stop using it in general. Some examples include:

  • Ads everywhere, including autoplaying video ads that play another ad when they're done. There are also ads sneakily inserted in the middle of articles that are related to the wiki, like a Gamespot review (Gamespot is owned by Fandom)

  • A sidebar you can't remove that promotes their content

  • Fandom hijacked the community's Mcdonald's wiki to turn it into a giant advertisement

  • Accounts that are 4 days old can bypass restrictions and easily vandalize pages

  • Fandom sometimes introduces things nobody wants, such as AI generated answers that are usually wrong, take up the top half of the page, and with no way for wiki admins to remove it. They removed it after a lot of backlash but still...

  • When people fork their wikis to other sites, fandom refuses to let admins delete their old wikis. This makes new wikis difficult to start because Fandom usually ends up as the top result on search engines, even if they're old abandoned wikis.

[-] [email protected] 187 points 8 months ago* (last edited 8 months ago)

50,000 reviews now. It's a shame, I used to play OW1 a lot even after they stopped providing new content for it. Came to OW2 and I just couldn't be arsed to grind for characters I don't have unlocked. You need to win 35 games, and since there's a basically forced 50% winrate that means you need to play 70 games to unlock a character each time. Wanted to play Ramattra, saw he's locked, uninstalled and didn't look back. The monetization is terrible. The balance feels worse than it's ever been.

This wouldn't be such a problem if they didn't literally SHUT DOWN OVERWATCH 1 to shove people into the cash shop grind sequel

[-] [email protected] 196 points 8 months ago

So tired of this dumb take. Reddit was never going to die, but the point is enough people cared to leave that alternative platforms like Lemmy are viable now. The Fediverse as a whole is getting more and more support every time a company does something stupid, so people that genuinely care and left Reddit did win.

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