| 07:55:57 20 January 2018
On forum: 09/07/2009
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You guys ever try using Razer Surround with your headsets? If you haven't id suggest trying it and its free unless you want the pro version ($20.00 ) Gives great surround sound for headsets. |
I have a few headsets but my favorite by far is the Astro A-40, little pricey but well worth it. HyperX Cloud II are also very good.
| 17:33:08 20 January 2018
On forum: 09/22/2007
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Yeah, Win 10 is picky about the DRM on many disc's. The problem is a security hole in the DRM software so Win 10 blocks it 100%. Lucky for us gamers, GOG exist Even better, GOG doesn't exhange $$ to €€ 1:1, instead they place the difference in your GOG wallet. Just remember to add a little money to your GOG wallet. Problem is for legal reasons, GOG can only keep the "difference in price money" (the $:€) for a year, if you add some of your own money you don't loose anything. GOG kindly told their customers this little trick as they don't like people feeling they get cheated. GOG also supports more than 2 currencies:|
The currencies that we support are AUD, BRL, CAD, CHF, DKK, EUR, GBP, NOK, PLN, RUB and SEK - which are available in supported countries - and also USD, which is available everywhere.
They don't do any exchange tricks on any of the currencies.
What music and movies go, I prefer having them on a disc, luckily my laptop has a Blu-ray drive and I also have a Blu-ray drive in my PC.
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| 07:08:24 22 January 2018
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On forum: 05/12/2007
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Shadow of Chernobyl on a Laptop ( 1.0006 )|
Yes, I googled it and found where in Windows 10 I could go to disable it.
So, some may wonder why play SoC on a Laptop? Well, I could say I never need a reason NOT to play SoC but my thinking was I wanted to focus on getting used to "using" a Laptop and I thought I could do that better with a Game I was familiar with and already knew what to expect.
That way, I wouldn't be sidelined with learning a new Game and paying more attention to that. As I've mentioned I have intensely been playing the Team Epic "Call of Chernobyl" Mod testing the 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4 versions for the past 2 years. Most recently after playing as a Loner in all three versions, I tried the Monolith Faction in 1.4 and thoroughly enjoyed that way more than I was expecting. It's truly the best Stalker Mod I've played in 10 years.
Back to SoC, since it's been two years and after playing CoC, one cannot helped having that Mod affect my playing style. That's the great thing about all the Stalker Games and the many Mods is that the Player gets better, tries new things, expands his ( or her ) understanding of how things work and it never feels like doing the same thing you did before...or at least that's my opinion of how I see it. However since my last play though involved a really long game ( 1 year game time to reach Pripyat ) I'm definitely not going to repeat the hard, slow route again. Sorta been there done that. For that reason I thought I would add some tiny Mods.
More on that next time...
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