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Posted on 19-06-14, 11:30 (revision 1)

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‘Trials of Mana,’ a Full HD Remake of ‘Seiken Densetsu 3,’ Unveiled

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Posted on 20-03-11, 11:44
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*bump*

Following last year's "Panzer Fucking Dragoon remake" announcement, Sega celebrated the series' 25th birthday this year by announcing PANZER FUCKING DRAGOON VR.


I can think of few flatscreen games that would port to VR as well as Panzer Dragoon(seriously, just set the camera to the rider's head, and you're basically done), fewer still I'd like to just step into thje world of, and I want to be really excited about this.
On the other hand, the recent Space Channel 5 VR was a joke by most counts.
On the third hand, PANZER FUCKING DRAGOON. The hype is real.

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Posted on 20-04-03, 18:26

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Wow. So spoilers are coming out, and I finally realized that what I thought was a Final Fantasy 7 remake was actually “Final Fantasy 7: Remake”, a new game in the FF7 series of media. Apparently the “remake” part is in reference to the plot, not having to do with redeveloping the original game.

I still have no interest in getting it, though.
Posted on 20-04-06, 22:20

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I've got it preordered digitally, and am curious where exactly this new story direction will be going. From what I'm hearing-
Which could be interesting, but needs to be executed well. Definitely has a bit of that "modern Nomura" style to it; I can see how people would feel mislead by the "Remake" subtitle, too.

They're also incorporating characters from an obscure spinoff novel named "Final Fantasy VII: The Kids Are Alright".
Posted on 20-05-17, 01:58
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From your nice friends at Denuvo, guess who are back from the dead:
https://games.slashdot.org/story/20/05/16/1848204/doom-eternal-is-using-denuvos-new-kernel-level-anti-cheat-driver
Kernel-mode (aka Ring 0) DRM! But this time, now disguised as "anti-cheat" software.

Can't wait for the security researchers and skript kiddies around the world to have fun with this cool backdoor security flaw waiting to be exploited!

I'll take COVID-19 over Denuvo any day of the week, thanks.
(Cheaters should also take the China pest and die, but that's no excuse to pull a XCP over my PC!)

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Posted on 20-05-17, 04:54
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Isn't Doom Eternal a single-player game?

The ending of the words is ALMSIVI.
Posted on 20-05-17, 13:36
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Isn't Doom Eternal a single-player game?

you don't have doom without multi-player.
Posted on 20-05-17, 15:10 (revision 2)
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Sadly enough, most players either don't care, don't know, or drank the PR kool-aid, when you see threads like this one:
https://steamcommunity.com/app/782330/discussions/0/3606765810634903751/
Fortunately the "vocal minority" (AKA people with half a brain left) are raising awareness, and the negative review bombing (and furious, deceived gamers asking for refunds that Valve may not give out) in Steam is at full blast.

Mind you, while Doom Eternal had Denuvo since day one (although the launch day version even shipped with an unprotected executable due to an oversight at Bethesda), the kernelmode driver fuckery was just introduced two days ago. Oh, this also breaks the game for those playing under Proton/Wine (since Wine will never allow for kernelmode stunts for obvious reasons).

Irdeto (the same guys behind frequently broken sat TV CAS solutions built over -sometimes- stolen code) now owns Denuvo, and their PR drivel claims that:

- They're not the only ones doing kernelmode, but "ours is invisible and harmless!" (hint: Ring 0 code is rarely harmless, if ever!)
- Their kernelmode junk is "not a rootkit"
- Their kernelmode junk only runs when you start the game and stops when you quit (hint: DRM developers are rarely careful with kernelmode development, so starting and stopping a kernel driver goes from "routine operation" to "system crashing flaw" depending on the extent of their low-level hooking stuff - ask the XCP and Starforce guys)
- They "respect your privacy" and "want your trust" (HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAnope)

Where in the world is Mark Russinovich?! He would have a blast dissecting this bag of MALWARE.

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Posted on 20-05-17, 23:05
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In fairness, they aren't lying when they say they want our trust. They don't want to EARN or RESPECT it, but they want it.

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Posted on 20-05-21, 13:37
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Well, apparently voicing your concerns and VOTING WITH YOUR WALLET made Bethesda "listen to their audience", as the kernel-mode Denuvo fuckery is going away with the next patch:
https://gbatemp.net/threads/id-software-to-remove-new-denuvo-anti-cheat-from-doom-eternal-after-major-backlash.565635/

Oh, they're also backpedaling because Denuvo murders performance, not aliens.

Cheaters are vile scum that must be removed from the gene pool, but infecting OS kernel of paying, honest customers with buggy spyware is NOT the answer!

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