I'm not that good, and pretty sure you can find docs in English.
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So apparently, the game is narrated by Guy Nadon, who usually provide French dubs for Morgan Freeman. It does make for a great voiceover, kinda like in The Stanley Parable. Or every movie with Morgan Freeman.
No seriously, he did a great job on that one.
« on: March 28, 2017, 02:06:10 am »
Woah, that looks pretty cool.
EVE is kind of a tactical MMO and require at least some strategy to get around with your spaceship and the economy, it's not for everyone, but if you like it, good ^_^ Personally, I played it like 3 times during a 21-day trial someone gave me a few years ago, so yeah, probably not for me, although driving around with a spaceship was kinda fun. Reminds me back in high school (around 2005-2006) when everyone was playing OGame, a browser-based MMO where it takes hours to build ships to attack others, everytime I login to use my ships they were all destroyed already, that and the fact it requires you to be active every 30 days, it was pretty uninteresting. I wonder if it still exists.
EDIT: It still exists. Welp. Although the number of universes peaked around 70, looks like they merged most of them together because people left.
Last time I played a MMORPG (not counting Legends of Equestria which isn't publicly open yet), it was Onigiri, it looks pretty nice, there's cute stuff and you can run around.
Warning: may contain cute fox girls who may or may not be barely clothed
« on: March 23, 2017, 01:13:58 am »
There's actually a few additional features you get by registering WinRAR (other than removing the nag), but they're not really useful for anyone, really. The people who buy WinRAR are mostly companies who really care to stay legal, and this is where they get the most money with. This is exactly why this helped making it one of the most popular piece of software ever: piracy is low since you don't need to hack it and this give them free publicity to get them in companies who care about legality where they make money.
Also for those reasons the pay what you want model is the most successful model for small developers because people who buy it genuinely care that you did a good job and not because they had to throw money to get access to the content, they might even give you $1000 because they have a lot of money and they think you deserve the $1000 and that might pay for 100 users who had no money to buy it in the first place.
So yeah, people might hate that feature of a program, the feature of actually buying it, but if used wisely, it's real good.
Planet Takeover Guy might like most of the parties in Canada and the US. They're mostly to the authoritarian right, or at best, in the center. On that note, I don't know if it's like this in Europe, but elections are coming soon in France and each candidate are clearly left or right, so the last round of the presidentials is usually a battle between the left and the right. There's even candidates in the extreme left! In the US, good luck having any vote at all. Bernie Sanders was pretty much the last hope in the left, but guess the establishment in the right didn't really like him.