See what I mean? Always informative. This site is awesome. I'm all about keeping it anon on the net. Privacy invasions are killing the internet. Can't really tell the bad from good anymore.
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Seriously, I can't even access your site with peerblock on. That tells me volumes. This is a site reporting on cutting edge tech both software and hardware. So no doubt its administrators are well aware of the rampant and despicable breaches in the privacy of billions of internet users every single day. I would like to believe that anyone involved in this world would find such breaches distasteful and not wish to partake in such borderline criminal activity. I am probably not alone in wondering why sportsline wants to look at my computer. If you allow them to do that surely you can give your users the reason why.
I have been on your site for a number of years now. While the content is wonderful and often insightful (keep it up folks and give me a job please), your videos on the other hand are unwatchable. By that I actually mean I cannot watch a single clip off your site without constant chop and frequent freezes. How does a website depicting cutting edge tech have trouble streaming a video? You mirror off of youtube more often than not so really what is the deal? It's not my internet ive had 2 isps yet the issue remains. It's not my computer I use 2 and the issue is persistent. There is really no excuse for that. I hope you fix it.
You don't make an Assassins Creed game without a hidden blade. It is the game's heart really. Take that away and in an instant it is no longer Assassins Creed. Halo's multiplayer was the game's centerpiece so to speak. That centerpiece's heart was its split screen multiplayer. Even co-op campaign was better with split screen. It would therefore stand to reason split screen is Halo's heart. Take that away in an instant and what do you have but the same drekk activision produce every year called Call of Duty. A cesspool or campers, snipers, and otherwise unsporting players looking to shoot you in the back. Worse still they charge 80 bucks a year for such a "privilege" and god only knows how much for all the DLC i certainly don't know.. Halo will joining these dime a dozen games. I for one will not be supporting the developers I will buy it used.