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Nmenth

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    Making games, cartooning, writing novels.

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  1. PCG Poll: Create the perfect RTS

    I was a little surprised to see that one in there, I must admit.
  2. PCG Poll: Create the perfect RTS

    Many of those listed I have never played at all or very much. Nevertheless, of those I am familiar with, C&C really is the best among them. That said, I think C&C holds an advantage in that it covers three different universes and has spanned a good number of years, giving it a lot of opportunities to be better in any given aspect.
  3. Windows 3.0 File Manager released

    I wish the picture was larger so I could actually see what has really changed. I never used Windows 3 myself, went from DOS to 95.
  4. It is the first Monday of April, so it is time for another article from Nmenth's Research Lab. This month, we will explore the Tesla Coils of Command & Conquer and see how they compare with reality. A new technology will be explored in Nmenth's Research Lab on the first Monday of every month. Return next month on the 7th when I take a closer look at Railguns.
  5. Investing in Kane Coin is not a wise move for faithless investors, as it is intended for those loyal to the messiah. In zones with a low tiberium density due to over harvesting, it might be useful as an alternate war fund though. Kane Coins are everlasting and so are incomparable to gold or diamonds; which is worth more, a hard chunk of rock or true dedication to the Brotherhood? Placing value on a Kane Coin is pretty irreverent. It is obviously more valuable than any GDI units, even 100,000,000 Mammoths are worth about 0.0002% of one good Black Hand.
  6. It is the first Monday of March, so it is time for another article from Nmenth's Research Lab. This month, we will explore the Hovercraft of Command & Conquer and see how they compare with reality. A new technology will be explored in Nmenth's Research Lab on the first Monday of every month. Return next month on the 2nd when I take a closer look at the Tesla Coil.
  7. More like generic bug aliens. I think if you aggregated all alien body templates and found the most frequent depiction in films, it would be human-form aliens.
  8. Pic of the Day

    Ah yes, of course one should point out the frequent use of anti-materiel rifles in school shootings, where a massive ~14.5kg Barrett sniper rifle can easily be concealed in a backpack and the ease at which one can walk off a gun range carrying one they only paid $29 to shoot - less than the value of a full 10-round magazine.
  9. Does anyone here invest in Bitcoin?

    He makes a really dumb argument against it. And his claim that it caused deaths in a "direct way" because it can be used to buy illegal drugs is not only a complete failure to comprehend the meaning of the word "direct," but could also be said about normal hard currency.
  10. Interesting choice for someone who claims loyalty to the Brotherhood.
  11. I think something to note about large companies and their profit goals when compared to indie developers, is the existence of shareholders. Indies get to put 100% of their net income back into their project and their pockets. However, a portion of profits is siphoned out of big company sales right into the pockets of the shareholders, requiring them to make even more money just to break even. Plus the shareholders will be constantly demanding more profits, after all, that is why they bought the shares in the first place. I do not think EA is being entirely truthful about how cutting loot boxes won't affect profits. Ultimately, they will probably figure out a new income to replace them (meaning it won't hurt profits in the long run), but they need to satisfy the eternal greed of the shareholders before they start losing faith, so EA will tell them whatever it is they want to hear. Small indie developers have a pretty distinct advantage here, allowing them to make a lower quality game and still walk away with a fatter wallet. I'm not saying this to counter any point brought up here specifically, I think this is just something you need to keep in mind.
  12. Jim Sterling on anger and corporate bullshit

    The silent majority's money isn't doing much to stop the ridiculous overreaction to loot boxes.
  13. The mainstream news and politicians latch onto the most irrelevant things all the time, that's why a word like nontroversy exists in common parlance.
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