Games that deserve a "2nd chance"

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Re: Games that deserve a "2nd chance"

Postby GAA1992 » Thu Feb 07, 2019 9:40 am

Deadlines are the WORST enemies in any kind of job.

if you can't reach your bosses to tell them how insane the demand is, surely things will go down. Of course, i am not including lazy people in this conversation. We always have a lazy workmate to push things back, but you get the idea.
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Re: Games that deserve a "2nd chance"

Postby Enjay » Thu Feb 07, 2019 4:28 pm

"I will always choose a lazy person to do a difficult job because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it."

(Often attributed to Bill Gates (who may have used it) but the saying predates him by at least around half a century.)
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Re: Games that deserve a "2nd chance"

Postby Apaul27 » Sun Feb 10, 2019 2:03 pm

It might get petty wried, but...

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition

The original version of Skyrim was awesome, but sadly it was replaced by the "more system requirements demanding" Special Edition version. I want the original "legendary" version of Skyrim for free, much like with No One Lives Forever.

Project Spark

Even I don't play Project Spark that much anymore, but this introduce me to Conker The Squirrel. But not only that, there's a small but humble fanbase. I think the creators of this game did a great job on making the game, and they should make a sequel to it.
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Re: Games that deserve a "2nd chance"

Postby PlayerLin » Tue Feb 12, 2019 12:01 pm

Apaul27 wrote:It might get petty wried, but...

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition

The original version of Skyrim was awesome, but sadly it was replaced by the "more system requirements demanding" Special Edition version. I want the original "legendary" version of Skyrim for free, much like with No One Lives Forever.


I don't think Beth. Softworks would like put it for free...since the original non-DLC version still on sale in Steam(just not search-able but buy button works, I never try if it can be check out as I already had it) for some reasons(most likely because of Enderal: Forgotten Stories. Yes, it's will release on Steam and required the user has Classic or LE version for running it. And Enderal SE won't happens soon...at least before the Steam version is stable.)

LE(it's just Classic + all DLCs, nothing special) still on there but just too expensive to get (Classic and all DLCs' price also stuck on 19.99USD for some reasons, it's just like that since SE happened) and maybe it may changes when Enderal : FS released...? :?

For heavy modder, LE version is better since not all mods ported to SE, the author just disappeared/do not want port to SE/whatever else reasons or some engine license problems(HDT-PE won't happens unless the problem about "Lack of Havok engine 64bits license on SE[it's not free...]" problem fixed, and HDT-SMP won't works on many HDT-PE mods, not all PE mods can be converted to SMP), but also the engine just easily went unstable and limited even with SKSE memory patch, EMBoost(EMB but no effect mods, just performance patches/tweaks) and many mods fixing Freezres/Crashes and ILS(Infinite Loading Screen) problems, it's still can be so buggy enough to pissed you off sometimes, oh and the DX9 and 4GB limitation by 32bits executable.

Even though if you know how to tweak and installed patches, it still possible has no crashes/ILS/freeze happened with 100 or 200+ mods installed, but no guarantee.

For normal user and lightly modder, SE is much better.
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