Steam. Sure, they dont have every game out there, however having them all in one place is far easier.
I've bought a few games off D2D, GoG, etc. But if i want to redownload a game, i have to remember which website I bought it from, my username/password for that website etc. Having a list of games on steam, makes it far easier if my HDD fails, or I decide to reformat.
Long story short; since steam released the 3d realms bundle, I've been thinking about all the PC games i used to play as a kid. Though there's one I cant remember the name of, and it's starting to frustrate me. Hoping some fellow PC gamers might remember it, even if I dont remember much.
What I do remember:
It was 1st person point and click adventure, with 4 character portraits on the screen. IIRC the portraits were similar to those in system shock
Each character had an inventory.
It took place on a spaceship or space station.
There was a lot of puzzles; I remember there being a door with a broken keypad, you had to find a wire and use it on the door so it would open.
I dont remember there being combat; though with 4 characters (whom my sister believes could die), It's possible the game did have combat.
I suppose mentioning this game would have released around 1994-98 might help
It's not like we even have the child's name, or the victim's name, or when it happened. A doctor "witnessed" this at one point in time, but he's dead now; so we cant get any details.
Without any facts being presented, it's hard to determine if this is a true story or not. Though it's probably fake, because if reincarnation was real, we'd have more than one story, and at least one with some details we can verify. And yes, I went and read the linked article, which doesn't give much more credibility by saying "This has reportedly happened to children before" Great, Who? When? Where?
Vague stories are often vague because they're fake, and the less details, the harder it is to disprove.
There has to be some history between the man and the police, because holy shit that is beyond excessive force for no apparent reason. That's like... lolwut?
The old man could barely catch his breath after walking down his driveway, but officers say he assaulted the 4 of them, and resisted arrest. He's also being charged with "Elder Abuse", because he was helping his elderly wife get to the road when he saw the emergency lights.