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#1 Edited by TransvormerSCol (192 posts) -

Hi there,

I've noticed that within the embedded live streams sometimes an option is given to follow those, which will then become added to the user's following list. However, in order to stop following these, it is required to hit the button again, similar like on the games (see image below).

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the "Notify Me" button is on the bottom left

Now on the older links, for example the E3 2015 Press Conferences, this special follow button on the stream is not existent, unable to stop following these older videos, as the "Notify Me" apparently only shows during the time they're airing within the embedded live streams as shown above. In addition, this button seems to appear also only during the time when the stream is off air, it won't show up while the stream is live.

Some could say now, "who would care less about this?". Well, the problem is that the user's following list will stack up resulting in objects following which cannot be 'unfollowed' any more:

I don't think that this was intended, or perhaps I missed a function somewhere, being able to stop following objects (including videos) the user doesn't want to follow any more?

In The Following List there is no option given to stop following them. For games it is required to open the corresponding game-site of Gamespot to hit the blue following Button there. But for videos this button is not existent.

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@SingletreeAve: So what now? You say that DLCs are no good, but consoles are more worse. This is leading to nowhere.

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Dynamic Resolution? DLC politics? This is not a step to future, this is a step back to dumbing down of society.

It is not about announcing paid DLCs before release, it is just about even announcing such paid DLCs! These destroys game development purposes.

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It's not perfect, but I like it. Nice job out there.

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You guys don't understand!

There will be no sequel for The Witcher anymore. This Story has been concluded on an excellent trilogy setting. The Witcher had a very good beginning and a very good ending, making it not to extended and not to short, meaning that it does not push you with a lot of sequels where the story was concluded long ago, making the story talking about something which has nothing to do with the original work!

There will be no sequel for The Witcher and this is good! Cyberpunk 2077 will be a new project which will bring us a new setting and completely independent content. In other words: a brand new game.

EA is a company who exactly doesn't give a sh't about this issue! They push games to the market which of some has a good start, but afterwards making the meaning of their games to have no relevance but pushing it to the market only for sales! That's the only reason why EA is still existing and making money, because people buys their sh't.

Since that virus-like-digital-object-thing called "Origin" was part of EA's politics, there were no games released by them I missed in any way. And most of those genres I really do like (e.g. Shooters, RPGs, Strategy Games etc.), and I own a lot of EA games from times before they became corrupt, but I really don't see any progress in EA's intentions. EA was also one of the beginner of paid "DLC" content for games which destroyed a large share in software development, CDProject is one of the least companies, who still supports their game's content for free, except for primarily developed add-ons of course, like oldschool.

EA want's people to forget that, bringing brainwashing news and trash-talking nonsense! Plus, they're trying to buy all game companies who have potential in being a competitor to EA.

They fear that CDProject may bring back oldschool software development back to life, because competition like Activision or Ubisoft are already like EA and they're spreading the same garbage!

Therefore of course it would be bad, if EA is going to takeover CDProjekt! But I am confident, CDProjekt won't let them to do so, because CDProject is independent and doesn't need to be bought.

They have a lot of supporters, for example the Collector's Edition of Witcher 3 was completely sold out some weeks after it's official announcement and availability. (At least the PC-Version).

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The Xbox360 version is not 720p. Besides for some arcade games, the Xbox360 could never address 720p resolutions. I don't think that the Xbox360 Version is 720p upscaled up to 1080p how it is shown in the beginning of this comparison. It is more likely 480p or 520p upscaled to 1080p. The PS3 was the first gaming console supported 720p HD games thanks to its Bluray-Disc support and the memory capacity of BDs. However the Xbox360 does only support DVDs.

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This outfit looks... different. I am looking forward to it.

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#8 Posted by TransvormerSCol (192 posts) -

Glad to hear that. Thank you! :)

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#9 Edited by TransvormerSCol (192 posts) -

Well, the lack of being able to rate with positions after decimal seems to be converted for everyone. I don't think that Gamespot will undo this change, what a pity.

As for me, there is one more issue regarding to the rating system. I noticed that when rating some of the games linked in my game stacks, the rating will not update inside the stacks but the game's website. Is this a known issue?

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