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  1. i have got iPhone 5 Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post Don't forget to press the thanks button
  2. Hi guys I just bought a Surface windows 8.1 RT and is nice but I don't like it because you can't use the desktop apps Only the apps that you buy from the Store...I've read that with Windows 8.0 RT you could use a jailbreak to use the desk apps Any way I would like to know if you have this tablet what do you think about it
  3. I play guitar, bass, drums, and keyboard. But mainly guitar.
  4. Should you keep your last name after getting married or change it? The question is more complicated than you think especially when considering all the possibilities keeping your maiden name, taking your spouse's last name, using your maiden name as a middle name, taking two last names, hyphenating the two names to create a joint surname and others. Please Share your thoughts
  5. Online content pirates are regularly labeled 'thieves' by entertainment industry companies. However, we're now seeing genuine customers being branded as "criminals", simply because they access Netflix from another country using a VPN. Talking to customers like this is not only offensive, but arrogant in the extreme. For many in the Internet community the occasional download is not only a petty matter, but in some cases entirely justifiable. File-sharers are often people who turned to unofficial sources thanks to a content vacuum created by Big Media and following abusive pricing practices that took advantage of the supply monopoly. While not excusable, their actions should hardly come as a surprise. But despite the fact that most downloading is a civil issue that the majority of courts have little to no time for, efforts to characterize the act as ‘criminal’ and to label participants as ‘thieves’ persist. However, since Joe Public accepts that file-sharing of copyright content must be “wrong†on some level, he understands why people might be upset and grudgingly accepts the label. Recently, however, (and perhaps in response to piracy) prices have been falling. Content is more readily available online too, brilliantly so in the case of music, less so in the case of movies. But things are getting there, there’s little doubt about that. The reasons to become a “criminal†are happily becoming fewer. Of course, people still pirate. Some exclusively so, others to augment their legitimate supply of Spotify music and Netflix video. The first group might never pay, but the latter is getting the idea. They’re enjoying having access to tens of millions of streaming tracks and the ability to conveniently binge-watch TV. They’re signed up paying customers, a fitting “Hollywood-ending†to a pirate career. And then they get shit on again. Users of Netflix outside the U.S. are beginning to realize (if they haven’t known forever) that by using a VPN they can get access to more content than they can normally. They’re paying for the service, what’s wrong with that? Well, apparently something called ‘licensing’ forbids them from doing so – as if any Netflix customer anywhere gives a damn about that? In most other environments, when one legitimately buys something from overseas – Internet services in particular – there are no issues. You pay hard cash, the supplier gets paid and everyone is happy. But with Netflix (through no fault of theirs) the proverbial hits the fan. Paying customers who use a VPN to access the service are now regularly accused of a myriad of offenses, from breaching Netflix’s license to being morally corrupt. Worst still, and like their Pirate Bay-using counterparts, they too are being labeled as criminals by elements of the entertainment industry. Just this week Bell Media chief Mary Ann Turcke described her own 15-year-old daughter as a “thief†after learning she’d accessed U.S. Netflix from Canada. Her own daughter. A thief. A criminal. A menace to society. No better than someone who downloads movies for free and doesn’t pay the industry even a single dime. Come on! Is this really the route we want to go down? What can possibly be achieved by using the same aggressive terms to describe a shoplifter, a Pirate Bay user and someone who actually pays to use a legitimate service? Earlier this week, Andy Archibald, deputy director of the UK’s National Crime Agency’s Cyber Crime Unit, described the downloading of films, music and games as a gateway to more serious crime. “That’s criminality. It’s almost become acceptable,†Archibald told the Infosecurity Europe conference in London. “That’s the first stages, I believe, of a gateway into the dark side.†Ok, stop right there. If file-sharers are thieves on their way to the dark side, then are Netflix VPN “thieves†on their way to the dark side too? Of course not, they’re paying customers who, if people like Mary Ann Turcke is lucky, will turn a blind eye to being insulted by the very people whose pockets they are lining with money. It has to stop now. Shoplifting = theft. Piracy = copyright infringement. Netflix+VPN = cross-border shopping in a free market – get used to it or adapt.
  6. On June 16th 2015, Parliament will vote on how EU copyright reform will develop. On the table are all the sensible proposals: legalize file-sharing, promote peer-to-peer, enable technologies to be transparent and understandable. But all the non-sensible proposals are there as well: stricter laws, punish the people! If the people wont be punished – punish their service providers until their service providers cages them in prohibitive technical standards and digital locks! The pro-copyright lobbies are the best organised in the world. Second only to the tobacco lobby. They gather up employees and contractors and tell them real people and real internet users are bad people who want to harm them. When I was in the Parliament, I was at one time visited by a young mother of two who wondered why I was trying to put her children without food or education on the streets. She was a script-writer for tax-payer-financed French-German TV station ARTE. Even if I understand that her wages don’t come from copyright licenses, even indirectly, and even if she appeared not to have thought of that, it was uncomfortable to be accused of harming someone else’s children. Had I not been 10 years younger than her, and convinced that there are ways for her to make money that don’t include destroying the internet or putting file-sharers out of their homes, I may have opted to change my political opinion because of her heartfelt accusation. Many individuals like her are currently visiting our legislators. Many politicians are presently being accused of harming children should they consider progressive copyright proposals. What these politicians aren’t hearing, are the stories of those people who get cease-and-desist letters, get sued, or put through criminal trials or get handed damages so large they can’t reasonably be paid off in a life-time by a single individual. They’re not hearing the stories of those who’ve built networks for millions of Europeans where, for want of better words, cultural affinity arises. File-sharing and peer-to-peer culture, like no other culture in modern times, has created a common cultural base in Europe. Although I hope that even without my idealistic formulation of these matters, you’re all convinced copyright at least somehow needs to change. Politics too often gets stuck in the realm of the possible. It is possible that a 35-year-old mother could have her income impacted by a legislative reform that in no way influences her employer. It is not possible, but real, that many individuals in the European Union every year are caused heavy, even impossible, costs due to file-sharing trials and cease-and-desist letters. It is not possible, but real, that copyright laws are increasingly forcing technology companies to innovate to the disadvantage of the freedom of the users. The European Parliament needs to be taken back down to reality, and away from the realm of possible dangers before June 16th. If you are presently in the European Union, or if you can reach out people in the European Union, in any way at all: this is the time to ask them to contact their representatives in the European Parliament. Tell the Members about yourselves, your lives, your children and the world in which you want to live. Give them a taste of the reality which exists away from the speculative possibilities of professional lobbies. Whenever we’re too tired or too scared to tell our politicians what is important, whoever has the resources will weave them stories of realms of possibilities instead. The future of copyright, and of all of the Internet, is too important to leave in the hands of such story-tellers. Go to and figure out the specific demands you want to place to your MEP, but remember – your biggest asset is that you’re real, and the lobby stories mostly aren’t. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Amelia Andersdotter represented the Swedish Pirate Party in the European Parliament between December 2011 and July 2014. She’s an expert on topics related to the Internet, intellectual property and IT-policy.
  7. The purpose of public libraries is exactly the same as the effect of file-sharing. You cannot defend one while opposing the other. Public libraries started appearing in the mid-1800s. At the time, publishers went absolutely berserk: they had been lobbying for the lending of books to become illegal, as reading a book without paying anything first was “stealingâ€, they argued. As a consequence, they considered private libraries at the time to be hotbeds of crime and robbery. (Those libraries were so-called “subscription librariesâ€, so they were argued to be for-profit, too.) British Parliament at the time, unlike today’s politicians, wisely disagreed with the publishing industry lobby – the copyright industry of the time. Instead, they saw the economic value in an educated and cultural populace, and passed a law allowing free public libraries in 1850, so that local libraries were built throughout Britain, where the public could take part of knowledge and culture for free. In other words, they made explicit exceptions to the copyright monopoly for the benefit of public access to culture and knowledge. In most copyright monopoly legislation today, it says explicitly that monopoly holders to not have any kind of right to object to their works being displayed, read, and lent from public libraries. This can be traced back to the insights of 1850. So how is this different from file-sharing? From manufacturing your own copies of knowledge and culture from others’ sources? Is it different at all? Yes, it is different. It differs in efficiency. Where public libraries can educate one citizen at a time from one original book, file-sharing has the potential to educate millions at a time with the same effort spent. Libraries and file-sharing do not differ in payment to copyright monopoly holders. You would frequently hear that authors are paid royalties when their books are borrowed from a library. This claim is not true. Authors do indeed get some slush money in most European countries, and this is based on library statistics, but it is no form of compensation for that library activity. The difference is crucial. Rather, that money “from libraries†is a unilateral cultural grant that happens to use library statistics for data. It is not true that authors get money when their books are borrowed from libraries. In some cases, they do, but that’s mostly a coincidence. When Harry Potter in Swedish is borrowed from a Swedish library, for example, J.K. Rowling does not get a single penny for that. (The translator does, though. It’s a grant to promote culture availability in the local language, not to reward the author.) So the equivalence – the connection between lending and compensation – can be trivially disproven through examples. Libraries and file-sharing do not differ in principle. The purpose of libraries was – is – to make culture and knowledge available to as many as possible, as efficiently as possible, for free – simply because of the greater socioeconomic benefit of an educated and cultural populace. How is this not file-sharing? So we can observe that public libraries and file-sharing differ in scale and efficiency – and only in scale and efficiency. Quite a bit, even. But that’s a quantitative difference, not a qualitative difference. I sometimes hear people trying to defend the copyright monopoly by saying that file-sharing makes public libraries too efficient, and therefore cannot be allowed. I can’t do anything but shake my head at that. That has to be a first in the public debate: Are those people actually standing up and demanding that public services, such as public libraries, be made less efficient, to have less output for the tax money spent on it? No. That does not make sense. And they deserve to hear it, to hear the absolute silliness of their own argument. You just cannot defend public libraries and oppose file-sharing at the same time. They are one and the same phenomenon. One is just vastly more efficient. In a quote from the 1850s that went past my information flow in February 2009, I noted that a publisher of the time had argued, paraphrased, that “you cannot possibly allow people to read books for free! If you pass this law, no author will ever make a penny from books again! Not a single more book will be written if you pass this law!†(Sadly, I have lost the source of that quote. If somebody recognizes it, I would love to re-source it.) Indeed, no book has been written since 1850. And no movie or piece of music has been created since large-scale file sharing with the Internet arrived around 1999. Either that, or these arguments are completely bogus, and there are only gains to be had from enabling the largest library ever created. History does repeat itself. As do the people trying to defend obsolete guild-like privileges, even across centuries. We have built the most amazing public library ever created. All of humanity is able to access the collective culture and knowledge of all of humanity, twenty-four by seven, as well as contribute to that collective pool. All the tools are already in place, all the infrastructure already rolled out, all the training already completed. Not a single tax penny needs to be spent to accomplish this. The only thing we need to do is to remove the ban on using it. Why are we letting a cartoon industry stand in the way of this? ABOUT THE AUTHOR Rick Falkvinge is a regular columnist on TorrentFreak, sharing his thoughts every other week. He is the founder of the Swedish and first Pirate Party, a whisky aficionado, and a low-altitude motorcycle pilot. His blog at focuses on information policy.
  8. In recent weeks customers of UK ISPs have received letters from copyright trolls demanding settlement for alleged downloading of movies. Today they can fight back. Southampton-based lawyer Michael Coyle informs TorrentFreak that if the accused make a charitable donation in support of his London Marathon run, he will provide his time for free. Early March, US-based company TCYK LLC began demanding cash from customers of the UK’s second largest ISP, Sky Broadband. In 2014 TCYK monitored BitTorrent swarms for individuals sharing their movies without permission and eventually forced Sky to hand over the alleged file-sharers’ personal details. Virgin Media customers were targeted by an almost identical wave of letters shortly after, this time sent by well-known copyright troll outfit Mircom. Representing several overseas porn companies, Mircom also want cash to make supposed lawsuits go away. This week the latter case provided a sinister twist. After TF revealed that Mircom was trying to hide its identity from its domain WHOIS, a reader reported the company to domain registry Nominet. Soon after revealed its true operator to be GoldenEye International, another copyright troll outfit that had featured in previous UK cases. Emails currently being sent to letter recipients also confirm that GoldenEye are handling their claims. The apparent murkiness of these cases only adds to the anxiety of letter recipients, but today they have some good news. Michael Coyle of Southampton-based Lawdit Solicitors informs TorrentFreak he will give his time for free to defend those accused. Coyle is one of the most experienced UK-based solicitors in the file-sharing arena. Since 2008 he has spoken with or acted for more than 700 individuals who have received so-called Letters of Claim, including those involved in the infamous ACS:Law case that ended with solicitor Andrew Crossley being severely disciplined. Coyle says he expected that affair to signal the end of ‘trolling’ in the UK but recent events have sadly proven him wrong. “I am a Copyright Solicitor and regularly enforce copyright where it has been infringed. People should respect the copyright of third parties. However, are some copyright holders abusing the great British public?†he questions. The general consensus to that proposition is yes, most likely. And according to Coyle there is serious money involved. “The amounts are quite staggering. In the most recent campaign 2500 letters were sent out. Typical sums demanded are in the range of £500 to £1000. If everyone pays say £700.00 this would generate £1,750,000 which is not bad even for the porn industry.†“The tactic is to scare people into paying the sums by threatening to issue court proceedings. If this does not work, proceedings are not normally issued,†says Coyle quoting Justice Arnold who dealt with previous cases. “This is because the economic model for speculative invoicing means that it is more profitable to collect monies from those who pay rather than incur substantial costs in pursuing those who do not pay in court. Where proceedings are issued, they are not pursued if a default judgment cannot be obtained.†By now this strategy is relatively common knowledge to those following these cases, but for those targeted the experience can be a painful one. “The whole process is indiscriminate and causes immense worry and suffering. It’s frustrating and brings the whole concept of protecting your copyright in to disrepute,†Coyle says. So, with this in mind, he’s stepping up to help level the playing field. “I’ve decided to act [by offering time for free] and hopefully my small input along with consumer groups can persuade the Courts to prevent such conduct. However I suspect that it will require parliament to effect any change,†he adds. So, faced with the dilemma of whether to go it alone, pay up, or seek legal advice, those in receipt of a letter can now take the latter option for free, albeit it with a minor string attached. Coyle is a regular runner of the London Marathon and has raised thousands for children’s charities while doing so. If people want his help in these cases they’re going to have to get generous via this year’s donation page, located here. It’s a rare thing to be able to fight trolls and support a charity all at once so anyone with a desire to contribute to the fun is invited to do so, letter recipient or not. Michael Coyle can be contacted on michael.coyle[at]
  9. I have OVH with 500GB space, how about you guys?
  10. From everyone here on PtN we would like to thank all you guys who have downloaded and uploaded movies over the past month to recover alot of the torrents we sadly lost, You have done an amazing job in getting us back up there. The competitions are now closed and the gold has been issued to the users who posted in the forums and corsair given to the winners Winners #1 tekcat013 #2 Hannibal #3 tintin2096 Thank you everyone
  11. Is it a specific game? Consistent online connectivity? More Sequels? More innovative titles? After the last few days, more consistent online connectivity is certainly high on my list, but I am also looking forward to more innovative games – the kind of games that will sneak up on me and surprise me. Of course, there are a lot of sequels I am excited about as well, like The Legend of Zelda Wii U, Batman: Arkham Knight, and Halo 5.
  12. Activision and Sledgehammer Games today released a teaser trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's upcoming zombies mode, Exo Zombies. The trailer sets up the story, and reveals that the four survivors you'll play as are none other than virtual versions of John Malkovich, Bill Paxton, Rose McGowan, and Jon Bernthal. Check out the trailer above to hear Malkovich deliver an emotional monologue. Activision says the four survivors, who are members of the fictional military company Atlas, are "untrained and unpreprared." That's unfortunate, considering they're about to face off against a pack of nasty undead. The first episode in the Exo Zombies season is included with January's Havoc expansion, which you can get through Advanced Warfare's $50 DLC pass or by itself for $15. The expansion also adds new multiplayer maps and weapons to the game. This isn't the first time Activision has enlisted the help of celebrities to sell Call of Duty zombies DLC. Actors who played movie mobsters, including Ray Liotta, Chazz Palminteri, Joe Pantoliano, and Michael Madsen, have all appeared in past Call of Duty zombies content.
  13. Remarkable stunts and beautiful city life showcased by talented YouTubers. There's something so relentlessly enjoyable about roaming the urban and rural landscapes of Grand Theft Auto 5. The sheer freedom to experiment with its vehicles, people, and constructions, has resulted in a game with near-limitless potential on how much fun you can make for yourself. Now the game's developer, Rockstar, is putting the spotlight on undiscovered YouTubers who have created some of the most beautiful and bamboozling user-created videos for the game, from impossible stunts to professional-grade music videos. These new videos follow GTA 5's release on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and expect more to follow when the game ships for PC on January 27. Rockstar's collection of nine fan videos can be found here, and below we've highlighted what we consider to be the best five: Los Santos by Night, by The XXI, offers a wonderful montage showcasing how GTA V is beautiful for all its little details. GTAV Online, from PS3 to PS4, by Kokonitos, is possibly the most unflatteringly generic title for this wonderful music video piece. The meticulously arranged footage features wonderful pop culture nods, such as the Terminator 2 chase scene, and is infused with mauve and purple hues. The music, a Daft Punk cover by indie folk band Daughter, makes for an excellent choice too. Freestyle Daytage, by Fishy Dizzle, is quite extraordinary. It's BMX stunt riding across the city, sometimes in third-person and sometimes in first, which makes ingenious use of Los Santos' many rails and platforms. The trick pulled off at 2:16 makes all that vulgar dubstep in the background completely worth it. Now for something completely different, called GTA5 Next Gen Skydive, by Ash0191. This is a highlight reel of improbable skydive stunts pulled off with god-like precision. As Woody once put it, this is falling with style. First Person Scorcher Tower Wallride, by VaNilla, is a quite possibly the coolest thing ever done in GTA V. We won't spoil it for you, but how this trick was even conceived is mind-boggling in itself.
  14. Google adds games to its Knowledge Graph. If you Google search a video game, Google's Knowledge Graph will now offer more details related to that game, like its release date, developer, publisher, and more. If you search for Civilization: Beyond Earth, for example, you'll see a panel on the right with screenshots from the game, its Metacritic score, a short description via Wikipedia, the series it belongs to, and what platforms it's available for. The search works for both specific game titles and game series. First introduced in 2012, Google's Knowledge Graph enhances searches by offering these summaries of movies, books, places, people, food, and more. Video games are just the latest addition. “We always want to help people find the best answers to their questions – fast,†a Google spokesperson told VentureBeat. “With today’s update, you can ask questions about video games, and (while there will be ones we don’t cover) you’ll get answers for console and PC games as well as the most popular mobile apps.†Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  15. After her recent residency at London's Hammersmith Apollo, her first full fledged shows in 35 years, Kate Bush has thanked fans in a personal letter. Tickets for all 22 shows sold out in fifteen minutes. Bush concentrated her shows around two albums, 1985's The Hounds of Love and 2005's Aerial, with tracks from other sets occasionally mixed in. Sparkling visuals highlighted the show while critics were impressed with the performance. Bush has now posted a heartfelt thank you to her fans and all the others involved with the shows on her official website: Hi there, Now all the shows are over, it's pretty difficult to explain how I feel about it all. It was quite a surreal journey that kept its level of intensity right from the early stages to the end of the very last show. It was also such great fun. It was one of the most extraordinary experiences of my life. I loved the whole process. Particularly putting the band, the Chorus and the team together and watching it all evolve. It really was the ultimate combination of talent and artists, both from the music business and the theatre world. I never expected everyone in the team to be so lovely and we all grew very close. We became a family and I really miss them all terribly. I was really delighted that the shows were received so positively and so warmly but the really unexpected part of it all was the audiences. Audiences that you could only ever dream of. One of the main reasons for wanting to perform live again was to have contact with that audience.They took my breath away. Every single night they were so behind us. You could feel their support from the minute we walked on stage. I just never imagined it would be possible to connect with an audience on such a powerful and intimate level; to feel such, well quite frankly, love. It was like this at every single show. Thank you so very much to everyone who came to the shows and became part of that shared experience. It was a truly special and wonderful feeling for all of us. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post Very best wishes, Kate x
  16. The most talked about UK star of 2014, Tulisa, makes her hugely anticipated return to the world of music this December with her stunning new single 'Living Without You', released via AATW Records/Universal. 'Living Without You' welcomes Tulisa back to her first love ' her music, and sees her confidently reclaiming the dance floor as if she has never been away. Her first release in two years, 'Living Without You' begins with a piano-led intro, before an electro beat kicks in to an instantly memorable, contemporary dance track. Contrasting garage influences and pop synths with lyrics about desperation and heartbreak. Tulisa's powerful vocals and emotive delivery soar on this unmissable club tune that effortlessly demonstrates why she became a household name as a chart topping pop star. The track is produced by STL, the same team behind Tulisa's No.1 single 'Young', Tulisa shot to fame first as a member of N-Dubz, during which time she achieved two platinum albums and won 4 MOBO Awards. She has since established herself as a star in her own right, with a smash No.1 solo single and a successful stint as judge on The X Factor where she mentored two of the shows biggest success stories, Ella Henderson and Little Mix. After a tumultuous year and a half, emotionally documented in her hit BBC show 'Tulisa: The Price Of Fame', Tulisa announced her return to work this September by becoming arguably the toast of this year's X Factor series so far, when she guested at Judges' Houses, emerging from the sea in Bermuda in THAT bikini. 'Living Without You' is released on 7th December through AATW. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  17. LA's OK Go are thrilled to announce the release of their glorious new single 'I Won't Let You Down'. Taken from the forthcoming album Hungry Ghosts, 'I Won't Let You Down' is released 8th December or available instantly for free if you pre-order the album: The space-age, dance-floor ready banger, 'I Won't Let You Down' will soon be accompanied by unbelievably creative new visuals, set to follow the triumphs of their previous groundbreaking viral videos. The futuristic funk of the new single see's OK Go push their sound to gratifying new heights ' something which continues throughout the forthcoming fourth album. Of the track, singer/guitarist Damian Kulash says: 'I Won't Let You Down' is the closest that spaceship OK Go has come to the planet disco. We were playing around with beats and grooves and stumbled upon one of those moments of alchemy where a ball of light just jumps out of the sound. Suddenly there was a flash of Jackson Five and Diana Ross and we knew we had something worth chasing.' OK Go will return to the UK for a one off show at London's Koko on 13th February 2015 ahead of their album released on 16th February 2015 via Paracadute / BMG. Tickets are available now from Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  18. "PlayBook 4" lets you bring your console with you wherever you go...for a price. From the enterprising modder who brought you the Xbox One "Xbook" comes a similar creation focused around Sony's PlayStation 4. Self-taught engineer Ed Zarick this week posted a video of what he calls the "PlayBook 4," which is essentially a PlayStation 4 laptop. The PlayBook 4 (via Eurogamer) features the PS4's guts inside a 3D-printed and laser-cut plastic case. The screen is a 22" Vizio 1080p LED LCD display, which fits snugly inside the system's lid. It comes in multiple color configurations, and pricing is as follows: PlayBook 4 -- $1395 (extra $50 for HDMI out) PlayBook 4 (you provide a PS4) -- $1095 Shipping -- $75 flat rate for anywhere in the contiguous United States (international is extra). To order a PlayBook 4, you'll need to pay a $750 nonrefundable deposit. Zarick says it takes around 2-3 weeks to finish a unit. You can choose to have the system made in black or white, and you also have color options for accents and corners, including black, red, yellow, blue, green, copper, silver, grey, orange, white, purple, and pink. Zarick adds that he can even do "full graphic customization" if you want, though this will cost extra. He also points out that you'll void your PS4 warranty by having your console modded in this way, but he includes his own 30-day warranty to fix any problems not related to user abuse. Finally, Zarick ensures potential buyers that the PS4 units featured in PlayBooks are not altered in a way that would get you banned on the PlayStation Network. You can read more about the PlayBook 4 on Zarick's website. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  19. Ubisoft says "One Life" rule will emphasize teamwork, tactics, and tension. During multiplayer matches in 2015's Rainbow Six Siege, you will have one life. If you die, you won't get to play again until the next round. Now, developer Ubisoft Montreal has explained through an in-depth blog post why it decided on this approach for the game. "When designing the game, we found that above all else, the No Respawn rule touched the three main pillars of what we want in this game: teamwork, tactics, and tension," the developer said. "Not only are these three pillars at the heart of Tom Clancy's video game series, but they’re arguably absent from the FPS market today. Even when playing on a team, run and gun titles emphasize twitch reflexes while neglecting other skill sets, and you may feel disconnected from the action and all alone in your plight. With Siege, that's not the case." Ubisoft did experiment with allowing players to respawn in an earlier build of the game, but the developer moved away from this concept because it allowed very strong solo players to carry their teams. When the No Respawn rule was implemented, this changed, and the game became more balanced as a result, Ubisoft said. "When you're not allowed to respawn during a match, twitch reflexes aren't the only skills that keep you alive," the developer added. "Teamwork, map awareness, planning, adaptability, communication, and leadership become just as important to win. To be completely straightforward, the game became a lot more stressful… It went from everyone leaning back in their chairs trash-talking, to being on the edge of their seats carefully coordinating tactics." Game designer Chris Lee said that Ubisoft did not think at first that the No Respawn rule would work, adding that he thought it would only appeal to "the most hardcore players." However, the opposite turned out to be true. "It turned out that it really opened up the game to many different types of players," he said. "The developers who were longtime FPS players initially found it difficult because they were only good at reaction time. They weren't communicating, playing tactically, or thinking about the consequences. Their K/D ratio was high before, but after introducing One Life, they stopped thinking about K/D ratios and more about how each player could work together for the win." On the other side of the coin, Lee said: "Developers who weren't as good before played slower, thought carefully about the situation, and ended up doing better on the leaderboard. Because One Life rewards this kind of behavior, it puts well-rounded players at an advantage over pure run and gunners, which is what the Tom Clancy's franchise is all about. They utilize a complete skill set and the rest of the development team really liked that, since going back to its roots is what we wanted to do and the rule stuck. It wasn't something we predicted, and we were really happy with how it turned out." When you die in Siege, you'll enter what Ubisoft calls Support mode. From here, you can use visibility tools such as drones and security cameras, or even a helicopter, to help keep your team informed about where the enemies are. And you don't need to worry about being away from the boots-on-the-ground action for too long, as Ubisoft says Siege matches are "short." So even if you die right at the beginning of a match, you'll be back into the mix in around three mnutes. For more on Siege--which will run at 60fps across Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC--check out GameSpot's previous coverage. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  20. On Thursday, you'll be able to claim your free copy of the heist shooter. Later this week, you'll be able to download a free copy of Payday, the heist-themed shooter from Overkill Software. This month marks the three-year anniversary of the game (and, by extension, the series), which debuted on October 18, 2011. Overkill has been trying to attract players to join the official Payday 2 group on Steam, offering various in-game rewards as milestones were reached. This includes "secret stuff" that remains in development and will be given away for free once it's ready. Because the goal of 1.5 million was reached sooner than expected, Overkill will give away the original Payday sooner than it was planning. Beginning at 10am Pacific on Thursday, October 16, you'll have 24 hours to claim your free copy of the game from Steam, where it ordinarily costs $15. As a very good co-op game, being able to get the game for free means you and your friends won't have any excuse not to make Payday a part of your Steam library. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  21. It's the "largest and most comprehensive" DLC offering in franchise history, 2K Sports says. Paige is exclusive to the WWE 2K15 DLC pass ($25)2K Sports today outlined the wealth of add-on content coming to WWE 2K15, which will make up what the publisher calls the "largest and most comprehensive" DLC offering in the history of the professional wrestling franchise. The content on offer spans new single-player offerings, bonus playable characters such as Paige (only for people who buy the DLC pass), and lots more. You can see a roundup of the WWE 2K15 DLC below. All WWE 2K15 DLC will be available for the game's four platforms: Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, andPlayStation 4. 2K Sports did not announce specific release dates for any of the packs, but mentioned that all should be released by early 2015. A $25 WWE 2K15 DLC pass, as rumored, will also be available for players, representing a 20 percent savings over buying content packs individually. WWE 2K15 DLC will include the following (descriptions courtesy of 2K Sports): Accelerator ($2) Players will gain instant access to all unlockable content available in the game (excluding downloadable content); 2K Showcase: One More Match ($10) Story focused on the rivalry between WWE Superstars Randy Orton and Christian in 2011; Playable WWE Superstars: Christian, Randy Orton, Edge, Mark Henry and Sheamus; Playable arenas from 2011: SmackDown®, Extreme Rules, Over the Limit, and Capitol Punishment; 2K Showcase: Hall of Pain ($10) Story focused on top matches for WWE Superstar Mark Henry; Playable WWE Superstars: Mark Henry, Big Show, Kane, Jey Uso, Jimmy Uso, Sheamus, The Great Khali, Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan, and Ryback; Playable arenas: SmackDown (2011), Vengeance (2011), and WrestleMania 29; 2K Showcase: Path of the Warrior ($10) Story focused on the career of WWE Hall of Famer Ultimate Warrior; Playable WWE Hall of Famers: Ultimate Warrior, Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, and Sgt. Slaughter; Playable WWE Legends: Honky Tonk Man, Rick Rude, Macho King, and Colonel Mustafa; Playable WWE Superstars: Undertaker and Hunter Hearst Helmsley; Access to WWE Hall of Fame ring announcer Howard Finkel and WWE managers Jimmy Hart, Bobby Heenan, Paul Bearer, Sherri, Sid Justice, and General Adnan; Playable arenas: WrestleMania VI, VII and XII; SummerSlam (1988, 1990, and 1991); Saturday Night’s Main Event XXIV and Madison Square Garden; WCW Pack ($8) Playable WCW Superstars: Fit Finlay, Lord Steven Regal, Bam Bam Bigelow, Diamond Dallas Page, and Lex Luger; NXT Arrival ($7) Playable NXT Superstars: JBL, Adam Rose, and The Ascension (Konnor and Victor); Playable NXT Diva: Emma; New Moves Pack ($4) Moves Pack: More than 30 new moves, including an alternate version of Sister Abigail (performed from the ring corner and made popular by Bray Wyatt) and Multiple Gut Wrenches (made popular by Cesaro); WWE 2K15 DLC Pass ($25) Access to exclusive playable WWE Diva Paige; Accelerator (access to all unlockable content available in the game); Access to all three 2K Showcase stories (One More Match, Hall of Pain, and Path of the Warrior) WWE 2K15 releases October 28 for Xbox 360 and PS3, while the Xbox One and PS4 versions arelaunching on November 18. Earlier this week, 2K Sports revealed the WWE 2K15 soundtrack, which was curated by none other than coverstar John Cena. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  22. 2K announces the details of the upcoming wrestling game's soundtrack. WWE 2K15's soundtrack has been curated by none other than cover star John Cena. The man whose gimmick was once being a rapper who would freestyle before matches is now the one who will shoulder any blame (or receive any praise) for the upcoming wrestling game's soundtrack. 2K today announced the first details about the soundtrack. A press releases lists Cena's qualifications as "cover Superstar and music enthusiast," and reveals he's collaborated on two new songs with Wiz Khalifa, which will be available exclusively on a companion soundtrack album. The soundtrack consists of music from a variety of artists who "transcend several music genres, including hip-hop, rock, and country." The album, however, will only include 10 of these musicians' tracks: Wiz Khalifa & John Cena -- "All Day" B.o.B -- "Ready" (Feat. Future) Rudimental -- "Free" (Feat. Emeli Sandé & Nas) Wiz Khalifa -- "We Dem Boyz" Flo Rida -- "Wild Ones" (Feat. Sia) [WrestleMania 28 Version] Knife Party -- "Bonfire" Big Smo -- "Workin’" (Feat. Alexander King) Mystery Skulls -- "Ghost" Royal Blood -- "Come On Over" Wiz Khalifa & John Cena -- "Breaks" Both of the Cena-Khalifa songs are exclusive to the album, which releases on October 21. Four other songs will also be present in the game: Avenged Sevenfold -- "This Means War" Dizzee Rascal -- "Heart Of A Warrior" (Feat. Teddy Sky) Florida Georgia Line -- "This Is How We Roll" (Feat. Luke Bryan) Rise Against -- "Zero Visibility I guess Cena isn't a big fan of Chris Jericho's band, Fozzy. WWE 2K15 launches for Xbox 360 and PS3 on October 28 in North America and on October 31 in Europe.Xbox One and PS4 versions will then follow on November 18 in North America and November 21 in Europe. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  23. Take a tour of one of the regions you'll explore in Far Cry 4. Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Far Cry 4, the first in a series that introduces you to the open-world game's new setting: Kyrat. Part one of the series focuses on the lowlands, a "massive" region between the rolling hills and wetland marshes made up of a web of mountain roads spreading across the planes. The big bad guy in charge of this area is Paul Depleur, a drug runner and the leader of the royal army belonging to Far Cry 4's main villain, Pagan Min. If you've played the previous Far Cry games and especially Far Cry 3, you'll know that the landscape and the animals that inhabit it are one of the game's defining features. Far Cry 3 was set in an Asian-Pacific archipelago called the Rook Islands, and Far Cry 4's Kyrat seems largely inspired by Nepal. Far Cry 4 launches November 18 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. In Europe, Sony and Ubisoft have teamed up to offer PS3 and PS4 Far Cry 4 hardware bundles. For more on Far Cry 4, check out GameSpot's previous coverage Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  24. Check out the list of minimum and recommended PC specs for upcoming professional soccer game here. Publisher Konami has published the minimum and recommended PC system specifications for November'sPro Evolution Soccer 2015. You can see the both lists in the image above, which Konami shared on Twitter. PES 2015 launches November 11 for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4. The FIFArival features World Cup hero Mario Gotze on its cover. In September, Konami revealed that the PS4 version of PES 2015 will run in 1080p, while the Xbox One version comes in at 720p. For more on PES 2015, check out GameSpot's previous coverage. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  25. hello' personally i like Xbox and i am a big fan of Microsoft because its secure to play Please leave your opinion as well Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post