Should've caught this post earlier but I did get to watch the video before it was removed. It wasn't a copyright claim, it was actually because the entire 2nd half of the video was completely broken (video stuttering, only the subtitles appearing and video cutting in and out constantly). Im not sure how the video was uploaded in that state, i guess the video file wasn't checked before it was uploaded.
I think i caught the video about 3 minutes after it was uploaded, refreshed the video when it got to the weird and broken part and it had been removed from the SP7 channel.
No lie, used to work night shift. After about 1100 hours of War Thunder I was getting a little tired of spending my nights off dogfighting.
Started watching Game of Thrones and while working 48 hours per week, I managed to get all the way through seasons 1-5 in about 3 weeks. It was glorious. Just an entire 12-14 hours spent watching GoT.
Literally being paid to watch GoT, you're living the dream
Wouldn't it be hilarious if it really did turn out that Samwell was the narrator of the story, all along he had thrown in the parts of him killing White Walkers and Thenns as a lie to make himself sound like a badass
Why does every comment thread on reddit always lead to an argument. The blur effect is what is applied when you pause the game. This is just a low res screenshot from a PS4, it doesnt represent the game being rendered at 1080p. I've always played Witcher 3 at ultra on PC and was actually quite happily surprised by how well it holds up graphically on PS4.
It's discounted so I'm pretty sure it's how a sale works plus it's normally more than the game anyhow
The fact that the season pass is double the price of the base game is a fucking joke in itself
I wouldn't consider it a platform they work against because steam hosts the games they sell. Without steam G2A would not be as good and would use like origin or some other bad platform
True.. but either way people are going to G2A instead of Steam and not earning Valve nearly as much money as they would if a customer purchased a game through Steam directly. In the end Valve are losing a shit ton of revenue from these sites.
I thought greenlight was removed?
Can someone ELI5 me if I am not up to date please?
It hasn't been completely removed yet as Valve are still working on the 'Steam Direct' service which will replace Greenlight in the future. You can read through this post to learn about Direct: https://steamcommunity.com/games/593110/announcements/detail/558846854614253751
The Steam version is actually a very good port. I highly recommend it, even over an emulator. This is the platform that I used for my first experience with the game and I loved it. You also have the option of using texture mods etc.
Lol This mod is cool and all, but this is one of the areas where the effect isn't that drastic because the area itself gives off the same kind of tone. Would def have used a different area personally.
I see what you mean but I loved the new look of the kiln with this mod the most. Ash lake also looks amazing and more spooky.