iamnsuperman (User)

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You no what is bad is 4chan has done the right thing and the supports of The One We Shall Not Name/the big sites haven't. 4chan lives and breaths on trolling or doing dark stuff. But they are doing the right thing here. Those supporters and other sites should be ashamed they are being outclassed by 4chan #1.1.1
115d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
"There are a lot of people questioning whether or not Hardline is a true Battlefield game,” Papoutsis admitted in...... “I could say, ‘Of course it is..... "

Isn't that the issue. The game feels too much like a battlefield game. It few like a mod (not a great one at that) for battlefield 4. Hardline should feel different. It should feel like a cops and robbers game #2
115d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Because R* doesn't care and they aren't the most communicative company out there. They release a game every year which makes the loads of money. They rarely do any major announcements a long time in advance either #2.1
115d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
The biggest question I want to know is did I have to buy it? It was on Plus a while ago. Would it know any different. I am sure it does but one can always hope for a loop hole. #1.3.1
115d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Kevin Spacey has been a bankable star for years. Way before House of Cards. I think the reason why house of cards is so popular is because people were intrigued that a huge star is going on a Netflix series #4.1.1
115d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
I agree. I don't see it coming close to GTA. I mean it is the most pre order new ip not game Also other games and the genre the game is will drive some sales away. Destiny will be big and break some records but not every record. It will need to do a lot more to beat GTA #1.1.1
115d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
A DDOS attack wouldn't put your personal information at risk but I think Sony is being cautious (something the author has forgotten) as DDOS attack can be used to mask other, more malicious, hacks. At the end of the day protecting fully against a DDOS attack is almost impossible it just depends on how intense or extreme the group has decided to do. I wouldn't call these guys hackers. Just opportunist #1.1
116d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
It is very difficult to tell since lulzsec denied everything someone was arrested but a lot of people got Internet bans and jail time (a lot seemed to be coming from the UK). Of course these people deny being apart of the group (for several reasons but mainly playing the too young to do this card) but I think one can assume that some (if not all) of those involved with the group was caught. #1.2.1
116d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Perhaps not how they view they game they are playing but I don't see an issue with not supporting a developers for various personal reasons. Take fish. That guy is an arse. He is offensive to everyone around him (even his own fans) and he is a bit melodramatic. By supporting his games I am supporting the individual (especially when it comes to indies). He isn't a nice person especially for someone who is currently a one hit wonder. I look at other developers like the Thomas Was Alone... #1
116d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
He/she has called himself famedgod. That is all we need to know about his ego. What is funny is his reasoning makes no sense. So he wants to show Sony is vulnerable by doing a ddos attack? That type of attack takes down a lot of services because it is difficult to really defend against. But the data is still secure. People uses ddos to mask hacks. Not as a main attack to prove it is compromised. Usually people actually hack and get information to prove that point. It is like amature hour #1.1.2
116d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Well someone is going to jail #3
116d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
You don't really know the scale of it though nor if the PSN has had other attempts. I suspect a lot of teenagers try this type of thing but fail. #1.1.1
116d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
In a way this is a fortunate turn of events as they have now done something that can easily mean jail time. A bomb hoax is not a joke. It is sad people are supporting them but at the end of the day law enforcement has a legitimate reason to find these guys #2.1
116d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Well they havn't taken this a step to far. I hope they enjoy jail time because that is what they are going to get. BOMB hoaxes are no joke #3
116d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Exactly. Ddos is one of those things you can try and mitigate against but at the end of the day they are not 100% safe considering what type of attack it is (note it is an attack not a hack as it is designed to flood servers not access information) #2.1
117d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
They can't from a ddos attack. Also the author is now making stuff up. #4.1
117d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Would be difficult to achieve that with a ddos attack. It isn't how they work. Just them blowing hot air. Move on #51.1
117d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
They are not hacking. Merely crashing servers. Making attention to themselves is the most idiotic move to make. It shows a level of amiterish that will get them caught. #1.5.1
117d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
What is sad is with increased notoriety means the likelyhood of being arrested/fined/criminal record increases. Just by looking at how they act on the twitter page it is safe to assume they/him/her is young. I do wonder if these "hackers" later on in life feel a bit embarrassed by something so petty #1.2
117d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Because Fez has big/long term market value /s. It is an indie game that can be easily replicated and overshadow by another game. Like an STD this this guy will be back. By the way I don't condone the hack. #3
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