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  1. This seems awesome. To be honest, I haven't touched CloD in years and was not really considering this expansion. But the recent media, including the announcement of this single-player content, has led me to believe that I will most likely make this purchase upon release.
  2. Two and a half years... that's what... 10 earnings reports? Edit - or has it been three and a half years? My math skills are why I'm not an accountant. That would be 14 earnings reports.
  3. I know it's a different market - but since you brought up the comparison, hasn't Adobe's stock price quadrupled since they retired the non-subscription model?
  4. Whichever one has better single player content
  5. This may not apply to you CanadaOne, but for those of you who are in proximity to a Micro Center, I would very highly recommend them. They do online shipping too, but shipping times are impacted lately due to some certain global issue that I've heard people talking about in the news. There are some items that they will only sell in-store, such as most Intel/AMD CPUs. If you are lucky enough to be able to pick up in-store (I am, in Maryland) their CPUs are constantly the cheapest place I've ever seen them - most often better than Amazon or Newegg. And you even get an additional discount added if you buy a motherboard in the same transaction. I've also had good exchange/return experience with them when encountering opened items that were defective. I really can't criticize consumers who take advantage of Amazon's customer service and ease of use, but when presented with a choice, I generally try to use the non-Amazon option when I can.
  6. I'm glad they've promised single-player content. The inclusion of robust single-player campaigns likely ensures that I'll purchase it. Obviously they're not mutually exclusive, but that is more important to me than VR. But of course VR inclusion in the future would be nice.
  7. Agreed. Thinking about revisiting the Clod gui for the first time in years gives me shivers - not in a good way.
  8. It worked for me. Please make sure your video card drivers are up to date.
  9. And we'll keep on fighting 'til the end.
  10. I think I remember it in Dances with Wolves
  11. I'm not one of those people who think that it feels like "playing a game" in 2d but "flying a plane" in VR - each has its pros and cons. Especially if you get a very high resolution screen - the current quality of most VR headsets is kind of hard to swallow by comparison. I can happily go back and forth between the two depending on my mood or the situation. I am interested in seeing reviews of the new HP headset coming out this fall though. Edit - and talking about it got me to go and pre-order one, lol. That headset seems to have all the bells and whistles at a relatively good price.
  12. Yes, the license is not tied to a specific PC. It's too bad you just missed a sale though. But there will be more.
  13. No - TrackIR first came out in 2002, while WW2 ended in 1945, which is 57 years earlier.
  14. Aerofly FS2 is a good light civilian flight sim. Easy to pick up and fly, can learn vfr if you want. No damage model, so it is very forgiving. Not combat, obviously.
  15. That's helpful. But if I'm reading the section under Samsung, #3, why is it setting the res at 1080x1920? Then if I understand correctly, it's supersampling in the SteamVR utility? Edit - or is that the resolution of the image on the monitor, and not the headset?
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