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BrutallyDigital

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  1. 2013 called, they want their cloud and DRM back.
  2. Or have most if not all game types day 1. More content, more replay value.
  3. 3:30AM EST and I can't find a match. "This is nice" said no one ever.
  4. Let's compare the game to Halo 4. As casual as that game is, at least the Halo 4 when it comes to story, maps, game types, armor customization, etc. are more thought out and more effort has been put into Halo 4. Halo 5 on the other hand, has a misleading campaign, missing game types, maps that are remixes of one another in the same game, armor customization is neutered, etc. The only thing that Halo 5 has going at this point is Forge and Custom Games browser, which neither of those 2 came out on launch. And not to mention Halo 5 doesn't support split screen. Yeah, I'll take the 2012 CoD clone over a half-ass product any day.
  5. People that want this thread to die be like... Edit: Admittedly, I'm not opposed to the idea. Hahaha!
  6. As another suggestion, try 8bitdo's wireless adapters. If you have other controllers laying around that's not for xbox, try giving this a shot. Bad thing however is that you're going to have to give the device a firmware update, and a 360 controllers are not compatible. https://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Bluetooth-Adapter-Nintendo-Switch-Raspberry/dp/B0786JC6VW/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1534917347&sr=8-5&keywords=8bitdo
  7. Color me crazy but I've always had a problem with H2's hit registration for the game. I've barely played the OG version so I can't really compare between MCC, Vista, or OG. My experience is that I will constantly land bullets with my BR and players would constantly eat, and melee lunges are complete ass and don't register half of the time. Keep in mind I have 100mb down so hit connection shouldn't be a problem on my part. Even played the insider program, and really, I couldn't see a difference. H3's hit registration for me hasn't been as much of an issue, so I can't say a whole lot there.
  8. Where did I say I favor ISPs blocking or throttle websites? Because I never said that. How is it fair to ISPs being regulated when Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter are free to terminate anyone for arbitrary reasons? To be as clear as I can be, If Net Neutrality was meant to be free and open to everyone, how come ISPs are regulated but websites aren't? I'm not in favor of ISPs over websites because that would be stupidly hypocritical. And wages are declining? Care to explain how?
  9. So where do you stand when people like The Young Turks, Antifa, and all of those left leaners are still on Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter not being terminated for obvious violations of ToS, and violence? No matter what political stance someone holds it's the companies job to treat everyone fairly and equally. And let's face it, they're not. Enforcing ToS, or making money and then enforcing ToS months later. Your pick. I don't have accounts for either of those websites. I left Facebook and Twitter because how far left it has become. And because of that, whatever I say is not going to get out as far if not at all. Reddit I've never signed up for. But if anything I guess that explains where the communist protesters are coming from. However, I only mentioned the left because they are the most vocal ones. I'm tearing down Net Neutrality when it's not truly Net Neutrality. So ISPs are being regulated to treat every website and internet based service equally, but when companies like Google, Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, etc. aren't told to treat every individual/organization easily, they'll keep doing what they are currently doing now. You're right, you're not being forced off the internet entirely. Just on a smaller platform where they can be barely heard or not heard at all. And you want to go on Pizzagate, ok, what about MSM taking a baseless idea of children being "taken" away from their "parents" at the border? Oh wait, those parents trying to cross the border illegally with the kid(s) are either terrible parents, or happen to be the child's rapist. Mind you, I didn't say all of them. But at the same time, they should be coming in the country legally.
  10. Net Neutrality was targeted towards ISPs from throttling websites like Netflix because they take up much more data than someone writing a blog or looking up the weather. Where Net Neutrality targeted ISPs, it doesn't target Google, Youtube, Facebook, etc. where they cover up what you're looking for, terminating people whether or not they violate their ToS off the bat (Twitter's known for this), and more in favor of one side of the political spectrum (which in most cases the left) instead of staying in the middle and treating everybody neutral. So no, Net Neutrality to me is nothing but a farce. Just like the Affordable Health Care Act, the name is misleading.
  11. So you advocate for an individual/organization being silenced instead of simply ignoring them. You don't have to like the guy, but like you and everyone else they have the same rights as you. And before the argument of "but they're a private company" comes up, I'm going to go ahead and say yes, they are a private company. But how do you determine how big a private company can be? Facebook, Google, Apple, and Spotify colluded on the same day to deplatform Alex Jones for allegedly saying something about Sandy Hook months prior. If that's they're reason to terminate his account and remove his podcasts, why didn't these tech companies act sooner? These companies are so big, they essentially hold a monopoly by this point. People should have every right to voice their opinions without worrying about being censored by someone because it hurts their feelings. If you don't like what someone is saying, you ignore them, keep them off of your recommendations list, etc. Just because a person doesn't like what another person is saying, does not mean it's justified to shut that other person down. From Evely Beatrice Hall, "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it".
  12. When digital distribution screws you over, you'll be saying otherwise.
  13. Just got done listening to some of the game's soundtrack online. Jesus Christ, I am hyped as hell! https://www.smashbros.com/en_US/sound/index.html Brinstar Depths, and Bloody Tears are an absolute joy to listen to.
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