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#631 Carlmundo   Worthy Adversary CAGiversary!   1039 Posts   Joined 9.9 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 04:02 PM

Also, forgot to mention, some deals for today:

(Posted on my Steam deals group)

 

BioShock Infinite £10.19 / $13.59 
http://getgamesgo.co...oshock-infinite 

Legacy of Kain titles 75% off 
http://www.gamersgat...=kainweekend 

Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising £1.49 / $2.24 
http://getgamesgo.co...on-rising-steam 

Retro City Rampge $3.75 
https://www.humblebu...page_storefront 

iShooter Gamer Bundle $4.99 (All Steam keys) 
with: Tower Wars, Sanctum, Bleed & Cubemen 2 
https://exclusives.m...ac-gamer-bundle 

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#632 travathian   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   1890 Posts   Joined 14.0 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 04:03 PM

Is there a reason you would NEED all of the weapon mods? Is it the situation where people are mad about a game like Marvel Heroes costing hundreds upon hundreds of dollars to unlock everything, but only a crazy person would actually want more than 10% of the money unlocks?

 

There are 4 groups of skillsets in PD2, and each has a couple weapons they specialize in. Different weapons offer different playstyles and different mods can further benefit those playstyles. The difference between a base weapon and a fully specialized weapon using mods is incredibly significant. The more mods you've gotten via drops, the more playstyles you've got available and they become much more potent.

 

Do you need all of them? No. The problem is, it is random. So the one you want may never, ever, ever drop. Which is lame. There is no way to spend in game money, even at a ridiculously high price, to just buy the mod you want. Half the community gave up and left once they hit the higher levels and realized they had trillions of dollars and nothing to do but grind for weapon mods.

 

Oh, and not to mention, a significant amount of content that the devs promised still has not been released for the base game, and the first DLC just landed.

 

Like I said, next Fall, pick up the base game + all dlc for $10. By then all this stupid shit will be changed for the better.



#633 pasports31   New Year's Resolution = Make a Dent in my Backlog CAGiversary!   8300 Posts   Joined 5.3 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 04:06 PM

 

Easier said than done.

 

EDIT:

 

 

Yep. And b/c I am lazy and don't like re-installing stuff; games that I know likely will have DLC and/or will have more patches coming; and any kind of official support - I'm likely not uninstalling those.

 

Some examples for MysterD:

It was easy to uninstall and back-up something like RAGE PC even despite its 24 GB size - b/c we knew Scorchers was it for DLC; and that Id was moving onto something else. Once I finished Scorchers, off it went.

 

I ain't removing Bioshock: Infinite yet - they still releasing DLC for that thing.

As for something like Sleeping Dogs, Skyrim + Dishonored - I don't own ALL of the DLC yet.

 

Vampire: Bloodlines - no way, I love that game too much to uninstall on my current modern-PC. That's my most reinstalled-game ever on my previous PC - that was back in the days, when I was fiending & fighting w/ my HDD for space! Whenever Wesp pumps out a new unofficial patch or Halloween comes around, it's back to Bloodlines for at least a few hours. Ahhhh, I love this game...

 

 

 

I've been coming close to running out of space recently, as well. I don't like uninstalling games either, but there's a pretty easy way to determine what to uninstall and what to keep - it's called the "Will I Ever Come Back to This (Realistically)?" method. Will I come back to Skyrim? check. Bioshock? check. Torchlight 2? Fun game, but not one of my favorites. I'd LIKE to play it again at some point, but w/my backlog, and the fact that it's not a game I LOVED, I realistically probably won't play it again, at least not anytime soon. Uninstalled. It sounds simple, but it's easier said than done. Another thing you can do is wait to install games until you're ready to play them, and then if you like the game enough, keep it installed. If not, get rid of it.

 

Having game OCD really gets in the way of both of these methods, though. But having limited space and limited funds to upgrade your space forces you to compromise your OCD ways.

 

 

Edit: Rogue Legacy is five bucks on GOG right meow, go get it if you want it. I'm waiting for 3.75 doe

 

Dubble Edit: How do you guys decide what you're playing next? I always have trouble w/this whenever I finish a game, and wind up playing binding of isaac or something for a few hours or something.


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#634 travathian   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   1890 Posts   Joined 14.0 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 04:14 PM

The only thing keeping me from installing all of my games is my monthly ISP bandwidth cap. Drive space is just too cheap right now. I keep a few high performance games on my SSD, the rest go on my 2TB WD Black drive.



#635 seamoss   CAGadversary! CAGiversary!   1932 Posts   Joined 7.8 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 04:38 PM

You know that scene in Fight Club where they "blank" all of the videotapes in Blockbuster with an electric magnet thingy... does that work on hard drives?

 

Not sure if you're asking seriously, but what you want is a disk degausser.



#636 MysterD   37 Year Old Birthday Toaster (Oct. 25th) CAGiversary!   23566 Posts   Joined 14.5 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 04:54 PM

I've been coming close to running out of space recently, as well. I don't like uninstalling games either, but there's a pretty easy way to determine what to uninstall and what to keep - it's called the "Will I Ever Come Back to This (Realistically)?" method. Will I come back to Skyrim? check. Bioshock? check. Torchlight 2? Fun game, but not one of my favorites. I'd LIKE to play it again at some point, but w/my backlog, and the fact that it's not a game I LOVED, I realistically probably won't play it again, at least not anytime soon. Uninstalled. It sounds simple, but it's easier said than done. Another thing you can do is wait to install games until you're ready to play them, and then if you like the game enough, keep it installed. If not, get rid of it.

 

Having game OCD really gets in the way of both of these methods, though. But having limited space and limited funds to upgrade your space forces you to compromise your OCD ways.

 

 

Edit: Rogue Legacy is five bucks on GOG right meow, go get it if you want it. I'm waiting for 3.75 doe

 

Dubble Edit: How do you guys decide what you're playing next? I always have trouble w/this whenever I finish a game, and wind up playing binding of isaac or something for a few hours or something.

 

When doing what's next, I try to NOT do the same series (especially that); genre; & anything similar and whatnot in a row. I try to mix things up. Doing TOO much of the same in a row can bore the hell out of you. Breaks up the monotony & whatnot. Space things out.

 

Also, after doing LONG games, I might be looking for something SHORTER, as well. Some of these games, doing long games in a row can be a haul.


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Motoki: If you were MysterD you would wait for a 75% off sale. And tell everyone about it. Repeatedly. 
 

MysterD: We don't play games on CAG; we backlog 'em. No wonder we have no time to play games! All we do is keep buying games; run games idly for cards; keep backlogging games; & talk about games on CAG Forums + gaming forums like it.

 

 


#637 icedragon15   Banned Banned   3450 Posts   Joined 5.4 Years Ago  

icedragon15

Posted 15 November 2013 - 04:59 PM

When doing what's next, I try to NOT do the same series (especially that); genre; & anything similar and whatnot in a row. I try to mix things up. Doing TOO much of the same in a row can bore the hell out of you. Breaks up the monotony & whatnot. Space things out.

 

Also, after doing LONG games, I might be looking for something SHORTER, as well. Some of these games, doing long games in a row can be a haul.

mysterd is bad wild boy  i usualy play main games idle on rest and talk here allot


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where the insane message button do snakey bro spanking you is message that message right eheeh 

 

They're all message buttons!   :bouncy:

 

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https://en.necessary...take-action/EFF


#638 pasports31   New Year's Resolution = Make a Dent in my Backlog CAGiversary!   8300 Posts   Joined 5.3 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 05:12 PM

When doing what's next, I try to NOT do the same series (especially that); genre; & anything similar and whatnot in a row. I try to mix things up. Doing TOO much of the same in a row can bore the hell out of you. Breaks up the monotony & whatnot. Space things out.

 

Also, after doing LONG games, I might be looking for something SHORTER, as well. Some of these games, doing long games in a row can be a haul.

I thought I had decided - was going to download Black Mesa mod for HL2 (I've never played the original Half Life GASP), then it started downloading, said it would take 2-3 hours. Wish I had that Comcast Blast you have. So I decided on the original Deus Ex, which I've also never played (GASP again). 


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#639 MysterD   37 Year Old Birthday Toaster (Oct. 25th) CAGiversary!   23566 Posts   Joined 14.5 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 05:23 PM

I thought I had decided - was going to download Black Mesa mod for HL2 (I've never played the original Half Life GASP), then it started downloading, said it would take 2-3 hours. Wish I had that Comcast Blast you have. So I decided on the original Deus Ex, which I've also never played (GASP again). 

 

Oh, the original Deus Ex is great game. Classic. Hope you enjoy it. :D

That one's been on many "Best Games Ever Lists" - rightfully so, IMHO.

In my Top 10 Games/Series List, for sure.


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Motoki: If you were MysterD you would wait for a 75% off sale. And tell everyone about it. Repeatedly. 
 

MysterD: We don't play games on CAG; we backlog 'em. No wonder we have no time to play games! All we do is keep buying games; run games idly for cards; keep backlogging games; & talk about games on CAG Forums + gaming forums like it.

 

 


#640 Eldredpe   Disconcerted CAGiversary!   2560 Posts   Joined 9.0 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 05:29 PM

Oh, the original Deus Ex is great game. Classic. Hope you enjoy it. :D

That one's been on many "Best Games Ever Lists" - rightfully so, IMHO.

In my Top 10 Games/Series List, for sure.

 

Post all these lists you so often bring up.

 

I want to judge you.



#641 icedragon15   Banned Banned   3450 Posts   Joined 5.4 Years Ago  

icedragon15

Posted 15 November 2013 - 05:37 PM

Post all these lists you so often bring up including ur top 10 reason no 3rd party DRM on other client not limted to mysterd 

 

I want to judge you.

fixed! pasports cheaplikefox wants u to send jenna haze to spank him btw


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where the insane message button do snakey bro spanking you is message that message right eheeh 

 

They're all message buttons!   :bouncy:

 

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https://en.necessary...take-action/EFF


#642 Blade   Imminently Punchable CAGiversary!   13782 Posts   Joined 13.0 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 05:38 PM

Post all these lists you so often bring up.
 
I want to judge you.


I just want to make a list of your lists ranked by credibility.

#643 MysterD   37 Year Old Birthday Toaster (Oct. 25th) CAGiversary!   23566 Posts   Joined 14.5 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 05:55 PM

Post all these lists you so often bring up.

 

I want to judge you.

 

PC Gamer - Top 100 PC games (as of Feb 2011) had Deus Ex at #1 -> http://www.pcgamer.c...of-all-time/10/

PC Zone - in 2007, they had it also at #1 -> http://www.gamesindu...ame-of-all-time

 

 

My own list personal list is coming.

I will put "Reasons" for anytime I list a specific franchise for the specific games that I deem as "awesome".

 

So, here's my own personal list for my Top 10 Favorite Series/Games, in no particular order whatsoever:

Spoiler

 

Honorable Runner-Ups/Mentions, in no particular order whatsoever:

Spoiler

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Motoki: If you were MysterD you would wait for a 75% off sale. And tell everyone about it. Repeatedly. 
 

MysterD: We don't play games on CAG; we backlog 'em. No wonder we have no time to play games! All we do is keep buying games; run games idly for cards; keep backlogging games; & talk about games on CAG Forums + gaming forums like it.

 

 


#644 Detruire   Would have finished the dark skin first CAGiversary!   5329 Posts   Joined 5.6 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 06:02 PM

Today's "Daily" Deal:

Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures (-50%) $14.99 $7.49


Selling Indie Gala bundles.
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#645 Blade   Imminently Punchable CAGiversary!   13782 Posts   Joined 13.0 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 06:10 PM

PC Gamer - Top 100 PC games (as of Feb 2011) had Deus Ex at #1 -> http://www.pcgamer.c...of-all-time/10/
PC Zone - in 2007, they had it also at #1 -> http://www.gamesindu...ame-of-all-time
 
 
My own list personal list is coming.
I will put "Reasons" for anytime I list a specific franchise for the specific games that I deem as "awesome".
 
So, here's my own personal list for my Top 10 Favorite Series/Games, in no particular order whatsoever:

Spoiler

 
Honorable Runner-Ups/Mentions, in no particular order whatsoever:
Spoiler


Hmmm...

1. PC Gamer list - I used to read that magazine
2. MysterD's Honorable Mentions list - because The Longest Journey, really?
3. MysterD's Top 10 Favorite Games/Series list - The Witcher and Bad Rats should've been on this, 2/10 would not bang
4. PC Zone list - who?

#646 MrNinjaSquirrel   Emo Blogger CAGiversary!   12143 Posts   Joined 5.4 Years Ago  

MrNinjaSquirrel

Posted 15 November 2013 - 06:17 PM

PC Gamer - Top 100 PC games (as of Feb 2011) had Deus Ex at #1 -> http://www.pcgamer.c...of-all-time/10/

PC Zone - in 2007, they had it also at #1 -> http://www.gamesindu...ame-of-all-time

 

 

My own list personal list is coming.

I will put "Reasons" for anytime I list a specific franchise for the specific games that I deem as "awesome".

 

So, here's my own personal list for my Top 10 Favorite Series/Games, in no particular order whatsoever:

Spoiler

 

Honorable Runner-Ups/Mentions, in no particular order whatsoever:

Spoiler

If they are in no particular order, why did you put numbers :shame:


Hey, you look like you have a lot of money; how about donating some of it to my Extra Life drive?


#647 Foxhack   Bad Hombre CAGiversary!   8707 Posts   Joined 12.1 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 06:30 PM

I have a binder full of backed up Steam games. I even have them listed on a spreadsheet and the discs have number codes so I can locate the specific archives quickly. I do this because my download speed is pretty unstable so downloading a 20+ GB game can take days.

 

Okay, confession time: I used to download a frigton of pirated music, comics and videos. I have spindles upon spindles of the stuff. I also have a really large CD library which I've been ripping to digital files for the past seven years. Much of this stuff is backed up to DVD-R but these days... I really don't buy many CDs anymore, I don't pirate much stuff either (I have a ton of games and movies, and the current state of comics has left me burned out.) So having all these backup discs is pointless.

 

I know I have a problem. I've actually been thinking of going through these discs and throw out anything I don't need at all, which would mean hundreds of discs would go in the garbage.

 

Blargh.



#648 MrNinjaSquirrel   Emo Blogger CAGiversary!   12143 Posts   Joined 5.4 Years Ago  

MrNinjaSquirrel

Posted 15 November 2013 - 06:37 PM

I know I have a problem. I've actually been thinking of going through these discs and throw out anything I don't need at all, which would mean hundreds of discs would go in the garbage.

You don't have to do that, :idea:


Hey, you look like you have a lot of money; how about donating some of it to my Extra Life drive?


#649 seamoss   CAGadversary! CAGiversary!   1932 Posts   Joined 7.8 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 06:59 PM

I also have a really large CD library which I've been ripping to digital files for the past seven years. Much of this stuff is backed up to DVD-R but these days... I really don't buy many CDs anymore, I don't pirate much stuff either (I have a ton of games and movies, and the current state of comics has left me burned out.) So having all these backup discs is pointless.

 

A few years back, over a period of a few weeks I went through my entire CD collection and ripped it to FLAC. I then copied the FLACs to my home-built Linux XBMC server for listening through my audio system and transcoded them to OGG/MP3 for portable devices & streaming. I also backed up the FLACs to DVDs since I have no idea how long the original CDs will last (not that I actually play CDs much at all these days, and I have 25 year old CDs that still work fine unless I actually scratch them).

 

For my DVD movies, I've ripped & shrunk them to MKV H.264 (using Handbrake) and also put them on XBMC, and backed up the MKVs to DVD (though I'm thinking of getting a BD writer for backups now).

 

Yes, it was a lot of work, especially with the CDs, but it was worth it - the wife and kids love the easy & instant access to music, movies, photos, etc. The fact that I'm on Linux makes things quite a bit easier since I could script the entire process for ripping, tagging, transcoding, etc.



#650 msdmoney   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   2848 Posts   Joined 14.6 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 07:01 PM

Orbweaver Update

I'm not sure why I did it, maybe I just wanted to test another game with the Orbweaver (it is high on my playlist) but I installed Painkiller: Black Edition and the Orbweaver works with it... Still cannot get it to work with L4D2 or the bulk of my games...

Anyhow, I emailed/contacted Razer via their website sometime yesterday or what not... Will see if I get any sort of response within their 24 hours... (I'm sort of doubting it.)



I was thinking about getting one of these to replace my Nostromo but now I am hesitant. Do you mean that the keys don't work at all in game or it isn't switching the game profile correctly? My nostromo just functions as a keyboard so the game doesn't matter since I usually change the game key bindings rather than the Nostromo. Then I don't have to try to get the software to recognize when a specific exe loads.

#651 DrR0Ck   Grammar Ass CAGiversary!   1627 Posts   Joined 12.0 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 07:03 PM

I thought I had decided - was going to download Black Mesa mod for HL2 (I've never played the original Half Life GASP), then it started downloading, said it would take 2-3 hours. Wish I had that Comcast Blast you have. So I decided on the original Deus Ex, which I've also never played (GASP again). 

 

Take a look at the New Vision Mod for Deus Ex if you have not already.  It updates textures to make the game look more up-to-date.



#652 pasports31   New Year's Resolution = Make a Dent in my Backlog CAGiversary!   8300 Posts   Joined 5.3 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 07:09 PM

PC Gamer - Top 100 PC games (as of Feb 2011) had Deus Ex at #1 -> http://www.pcgamer.c...of-all-time/10/

PC Zone - in 2007, they had it also at #1 -> http://www.gamesindu...ame-of-all-time

 

 

My own list personal list is coming.

I will put "Reasons" for anytime I list a specific franchise for the specific games that I deem as "awesome".

 

So, here's my own personal list for my Top 10 Favorite Series/Games, in no particular order whatsoever:

Spoiler

 

Honorable Runner-Ups/Mentions, in no particular order whatsoever:

Spoiler

We have pretty similar tastes. Hoping Deus Ex lives up to the hype

 

 

Take a look at the New Vision Mod for Deus Ex if you have not already.  It updates textures to make the game look more up-to-date.

 

Got it already :)


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#653 msdmoney   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   2848 Posts   Joined 14.6 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 07:16 PM

Why are you backing up your games...? I can understand saves but no one has 29 GB of saves in Max Payne 3... I mean if steam sucks the big fat one and dies (completely) I suspect we all get bigger issues than game back ups...

Yep, I wouldn't have the patience to back up my entire steam library of hundreds of games. I just download the games I am actually going to play. On a 1 tb drive I can download a ton of games without needing to delete anything. Since it's a one time download the speed doesn't kill me. I only backup my saves. By the time I fill up a drive with 60 plus games over years it is time to reformat again because I am building a new system or doing a maj or upgrade.

#654 Foxhack   Bad Hombre CAGiversary!   8707 Posts   Joined 12.1 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 07:26 PM

A few years back, over a period of a few weeks I went through my entire CD collection and ripped it to FLAC. I then copied the FLACs to my home-built Linux XBMC server for listening through my audio system and transcoded them to OGG/MP3 for portable devices & streaming. I also backed up the FLACs to DVDs since I have no idea how long the original CDs will last (not that I actually play CDs much at all these days, and I have 25 year old CDs that still work fine unless I actually scratch them).

 

For my DVD movies, I've ripped & shrunk them to MKV H.264 (using Handbrake) and also put them on XBMC, and backed up the MKVs to DVD (though I'm thinking of getting a BD writer for backups now).

 

Yes, it was a lot of work, especially with the CDs, but it was worth it - the wife and kids love the easy & instant access to music, movies, photos, etc. The fact that I'm on Linux makes things quite a bit easier since I could script the entire process for ripping, tagging, transcoding, etc.

 

Don't think backing up my DVDs is worth doing since it takes a lot of time for my crappy machine to transcode video. But CDs... I started using FLAC years ago and never looked back.

 

I do have several CDs that have begun to rot. I tend to find older releases so I rip those as soon as possible.



#655 Naked Snake Eyes   What would Snake do? CAGiversary!   6462 Posts   Joined 10.2 Years Ago  

Naked Snake Eyes

Posted 15 November 2013 - 07:29 PM

In my opinion it's crazy to be backing up games to blu-rays instead of an external HDD. I use a 2TB Western Digital Passport. Could not be more convenient and they're significantly cheaper than when I got mine. They also come in more colors, wish I had the blue one but they only sold it in black back then.


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#656 inm8num2   The result is quite fresh and quality. CAGiversary!   2778 Posts   Joined 6.5 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 07:41 PM

I use zip disks for backups.


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#657 kingtopher   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   345 Posts   Joined 14.9 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 07:58 PM

Just a quick comment on BD players for PC. I got a laptop a little over two years ago with a BD player and an HDMI out port. It seemed like a good idea because any movies I've bought in the last few years have been on BD and the laptop makes a nice portable player if I go on vacation or somewhere without a BD player. Unfortunately, the Cyberlink PowerDVD software that came bundled with the laptop is a limited time license and stopped working after what I assume was two years, making it useless as a BD player. What a crock of shit. That's information that they definitely don't tell you when you buy it. They release a new version every year or so and apparently the older ones stop working after so long.



#658 Neuro5i5   pʎslǝxıɔ CAGiversary!   10330 Posts   Joined 5.6 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 08:04 PM

Just a quick comment on BD players for PC. I got a laptop a little over two years ago with a BD player and an HDMI out port. It seemed like a good idea because any movies I've bought in the last few years have been on BD and the laptop makes a nice portable player if I go on vacation or somewhere without a BD player. Unfortunately, the Cyberlink PowerDVD software that came bundled with the laptop is a limited time license and stopped working after what I assume was two years, making it useless as a BD player. What a crock of shit. That's information that they definitely don't tell you when you buy it. They release a new version every year or so and apparently the older ones stop working after so long.

You sure it just doesn't need updating? I'm still using PowerDVD 7.3 that I got with one of my drives a few years back.  It's given me headaches occasionally, but that usually means there's an incremental update or patch for it.  I've never seen time limited OEM licenses that weren't blatantly advertised as such. 


Sleed neep.

#659 Foxhack   Bad Hombre CAGiversary!   8707 Posts   Joined 12.1 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 08:07 PM

Ah yes, on the topic of Bluray on PCs:

 

Don't bother using it for movies. Period.

 

The DRM system that they slapped on top of the discs makes it a pain in the ass. You're better off buying a standalone player than trying to wrestle with the ridiculous licenses AND the crap software. If only it was as easy as DVD playback, but nope. They couldn't make it that easy.



#660 Neuro5i5   pʎslǝxıɔ CAGiversary!   10330 Posts   Joined 5.6 Years Ago  

Posted 15 November 2013 - 08:11 PM

Ah yes, on the topic of Bluray on PCs:

 

Don't bother using it for movies. Period.

 

The DRM system that they slapped on top of the discs makes it a pain in the ass. You're better off buying a standalone player than trying to wrestle with the ridiculous licenses AND the crap software. If only it was as easy as DVD playback, but nope. They couldn't make it that easy.

I'm using AnyDVD HD and aside from maybe one new release since I've had the software, DRM hasn't been an issue.  Maybe that helps with my lack of issues with PDVD as well?


Sleed neep.





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