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@naryanrobinson: Last time? Do you hand out terrible advice regularly and remember the people who call you out for it?

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@naryanrobinson: Amazing wisdom there. I suppose, by extension, you could save yourself $9000 by not purchasing it at all! Do you have any more completely useless consumer advice?

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@Icarian: In my experience, cooling problems in laptops are usually caused by the user resting the laptop on a soft surface (like their bed) which obstructs the vents and prevents it from cooling properly. It's a problem caused mostly by user error.

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@naryanrobinson:That's the best you can come up with? You didn't even try that time. I guess finding a list of everything Microsoft has done wrong and saying "There, see, because they've screwed these things up that means they'll screw everything else up" is all you've got.

Keep up with the 4chan-esque attempts at condescension though. There's no substance to your comments, but the style might earn you a thumbs up from a fellow basement-dwelling curmudgeon.

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They really need to do something to balance the demolitionist class. Having the game completely dominated by the first person to get the RPG isn't particularly fun.

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@naryanrobinson: http://www.pcworld.com/article/2030120/microsoft-caves-to-office-2013-licensing-backlash.html

Sounds like you haven't done your homework either. And that is why you lose the argument.

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@santinegrete: I've been using Microsoft operating systems since Windows 95. Like any other company, they release good products and bad products. People like you who only remember the bad stuff are lacking in experience and understanding, not me.

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@naryanrobinson: They're not reasons. They're points that you've selectively picked to give the false impression that Microsoft are consistent. Microsoft have been screwing up, flip-flopping, and releasing great software for years. To suggest they have any predictable pattern of behavior that would justify your pessimism just exposes the fact that you're a cynic.

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@naryanrobinson: Trying to flip it around and claim that I'm the one with no argument isn't going to work either.

You claim that Microsoft have a pattern of behavior that would lead you to feel shocked if they didn't limit this feature to games from the Windows Store. They don't have a pattern of behavior that suggests they'd do that though, and you can't come up with anything to contradict my claim.

TL;DR: you have no argument and you lose. Come again.

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@naryanrobinson: So you can read my thoughts but I can't read yours? Great argument.

You may want to Google "DirectX 12" if you mistakenly think that Microsoft have a recent pattern of releasing updates that only improve games from the Windows Store.