From a PDF that was inadvertently put up on the lawsuit fileserver (googly eyes probably just from the tweet I stole this from), which has since been pulled down, here are Epic's efforts to get first party titles from Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo on their store:
Sounds like that's basically what Elon has just now said.
With Bezos stepping away from Amazon, that could be precisely what happens, though he's intending to get more involved running a number of his other initiatives as well.
I love the idea of it, and nostalgia usually gets the best of me so I roll a bard and... never leave Greater Faydark before quitting again.
Just wish they were doing more with the IP than expansion n+1 and ruleset servers.
Seems like the Paramount properties have denied his, may just be a game or something.
People are being randomly invited to the PC / iOS beta, you can access it here if you've been given access - Introducing cloud gaming on Xbox.com (Beta) | Xbox
Sounds like it's not in a great state yet.
I'll probably never see that screen, unless I get rolled in the beginning of a game or something. When I play I tend to start a new game, play it for several hours over a couple days and then gaming ADD hits and I don't touch it for months.
Your Vive or your Quest? Vive worked fine, but I need to replace a Lighthouse, and the Quest works so damn well wirelessly that there's largely no going back. If I need to buy more infrastructure to improve my VR setup I'd rather get another Unifi AP instead of a Lighthouse.
Quest 2 bundles are $50 off at Newegg. Went ahead and pulled the trigger on one w/ strap, going to pack up my Vive and dump it on Facebook for whatever I can get for it w/ one bad lighthouse. Interested in how a couple of them run on the same wifi network (have a v1) and tinkering w/ some...
Suddenly just overrun with technical problems. Game likes to start on my second monitor randomly, and having issues with the mouse remaining visible while playing. This then leads to inevitably clicking outside the game, which windows and shrinks the horizontal resolution to like 1/3 the...
I think the timing works for Spacex because it will take a while to certify starship for human flight to/from Earth, while a lander is actually a bit simpler in a number of ways w/ no flaps, no belly flop maneuver, etc.