I'm not concerned anymore. While backing up the other HDDs I realised that the stuff I cared about was not on the faulty HDD. Aside from my Video Editing files nothing was lost except games & porn, both of which can just be redownloaded
Snake the data is still there its just the mechanics in the hard drive that failed. If you really want your data back you can send it to someone and they will take the platters out and send you the data
I dont think its it, It shows up under My computer so I dont hink its COMPLETELY dead, it just doesnt display how much data is on the drive, and when I try to click on it to browse the files on the HDD it freezes the window.
So my day is off to a great start. Wake up and boot my pc to be greeted with a "dead" 500gb HDD. All my video editing files are assumed to be lost because the HDD, while appearing under My Computer, will not load or display any files. FML
If you remember space there was a burn card called "prosthetic legs" where in the description it said there was a doctor modifying pilots to be faster by chopping off their legs and replacing them with bionic ones
ya this is a movie im skipping the reviews, for lots of people this is first time ever hearing of warcraft n they review it. also snake think that was real, they got more tease trailers leading to tomorow [link]
Yeh i wrote that last part wrong. Just meant that being a good team game doesnt exactly make it a comp game. It needs updates, balancing, support, private servers and matches... can still be fun as hell to play casually
Don't confuse when I say competitive gaming with elitist pro gaming circuits. That is entirely a different beast. Most games that make it a focus tend to be popular by both casuals and elite for one reason. Game balancing and continued support.
TF1 wasnt designed to have a lot of players, Space. It was meant to be more small scale like CS, Halo, Cod, etc. It was a great game, and lots of fun, but it just didnt last with FIST due to various reasons.
If Titanfall 2 is actually good. I will be happy but shocked. I just do not see how it will work unless the game gets a complete rework. Just too small for me. As usual. I like big maps. Prolly why I dig PS2 atm. I see new things daily.
Cleaned up the shoutbox, its public and we don't need this sort of bashing from anyone. If you have any issues with someone abusing our system please report the incident(s). If you just don't like what someone else is playing. Just leave it be.
On Sunday, June 12, EA will host Battlefield Squads, a 64-player match that’ll include known YouTubers, streamers and other special guests. The show will be livestreamed at 2pm PT / 5pm ET / 10pm UK / 9pm GMT.
@Rygar, I know where u r coming from, in the old days I was into those shooters too! Though I still like Overwatch a lot. I was only in open beta, didn't know about previous matchmakings, but now it's good, only takes 20-90 seconds to matchmake.
Gameplay preferences aside, Overwatch is extremely well optimized upon release and the "beta" was the full game. That might be something we should expect, but that isn't how it is with other games these days.
i hated the downtime in RB6 as well. That was not a fast paced game at all. Blizzard touted Overwatch as the return of the 90s shooter. I was hoping for something like Unreal Tournament or Quake. True skill gap games.
Plus the characters move sooooo slowly it removes a huge portion of the twitch feel. It seemed like wins or losses come down to who can save up their Ultimate for the right time. I really dislike round based games. Not a CS player, and
Well in BF I dont spend 10 minutes in matchmaking, another minute in the "planning stage" and 5 minutes playing the game. Instead its check server browser, find populated server, play 30 minutes, map switch, play 30 minutes. No downtime.