It took me a while to download all 12GB of the game or what ever it was. It was a big download that’s for sure. I started playing with a Sith character which I am rather enjoying, I have a nice fit sexy slave helping me out, not sure if I really want to take her off the shock coller know!
Graphics are quality and I have put settings on high and have matched my screen res. At times I am not sure if my computer can cope with the game, it seems to run smooth, then may crash later. So I ran a disk check, seemed okay, clicked on exit after I finished another hour or so of game play and it crashed again.
This game does seem to hog the computer resources, but I am not sure what was going on, but when I am playing without the lag and problems, it’s a great game for sure.
I was trying to find out how Conway’s Game of Life became an Easter Egg on Zarlor Mercenary for the Atari Lynx. I couldn’t find any answer in my web searches. So I message the origional progammer of the game on facebook and got a responce.
Chuck Sommerville “Life was one of the first programs I wrote in apple basic when I was a teenager, probably about 1978, so I was always fascinated by it. I liked adding fun Easter eggs into my Lynx games. Chip’s Challenge had a Mandelbrot explorer. My good friend Steven Landrum had written the Life program as an exercise to push the limits of the hardware bit blitter in the Lynx. It was so cool, that I asked him if I could include it. Since he was also on the Zarlor team, he said yes. By the way, I think he also wrote the Mandelbrot explorer too.”
I love tech based films, hacking, coding ect.. But I really can’t believe I am watching this one. I am not into horror and I just felt sick at some of the scenes. Do people really like that style? I’ve never watched any of the Saw films, nor will I ever. I rarely watch horror, maybe some of the oldies when they were done right. Horror these days are so wrong, it’s just written by people who need psychological help.
I was going to play some MW2 and BlackOps, only to find out that I couldn’t connect. Took me awhile to find the notice online.
Seems storm Sandy has decimated some of the virtual worlds on the net.
And they want to make a few more Star Wars films, this cames on the back of George Lucas retirement and sale of his assets. LucasFilm, along with the Star Wars franchise and his other brands for $4.05 billion (£2.5 billion)
He understands and wants the legacy to continue and the Disney corporation maybe the best alternative to him. Very few other companies have the ability to keep what George has built over the years and hopefully it will be in the right hands.