"7 Days To Die" isn't listed, which is another good Kickstarter game on sale.
Websites like www.cheapshark.com are nice to use for all sales (Steam, GOG, Amazon, GMG, Gamersgate, etx.), as you can filter the sales by price, percentage off, and by deal rating (however that's gauged).
Good news for 21:9 monitor owners! Jeff Kaplan (Overwatch Game Director) has confirmed via the official forums that they are working on it with a possibly late July implementation!
Any disagrees are just butthurt... too funny! Overwatch will look AMAZING on my Acer X34!!! :)
YES!!!... YES YES YES!!! Jeff Kaplan (Overwatch Game Director) has finally spoken!!! 21:9 Aspect Ratio is being implemented in late July (give or take)!!
One of the easiest ways to see all the Steam sales, filtered by percentage off or price: https://www.cheapshark.com/
My 980ti is just good enough for 3440x1440p, and good enough until the 1080ti is released. From what I've seen on the 1080, the 1080ti should be a HUGE step up from the 980ti! Can't wait!
This article is the perfect example of someone searching for something to be offended by just for the sake of being offended. It's a damn video game!! DICE is a company trying to lure potential buyers... you do that with excitement and gameplay (explosions and virtual death). They would of been horribly patronizing to expect us to think that they cared about the "horrors of history" over showing up competition. Before you go and accuse me of being "insensitive" and &qu...
This looks amazing! October seems so far!
Definitely one of the best Kickstarter games to be made. Happy to have backed it in August 2013... and happy to see how well it has turned out! One of the best zombie survival games to date!
Although I prefer nVidia cards, I'm happy to see that AMD is trying to support/appeal to the casual PC gamer (and elitist if AMD is your high end preference). The more options, the better the market. Hopefully this card is true to its performance, which would be good for all us gamers.
I'm surprised that it took this long.
double post (damn phone)... but I guess I can add to my previous comment. I just do not think the unfair advantage argument holds as much weight when they support it in their other competitive games.
30% more is an issue for Overwatch, but not for Heroes of the Storm... interesting hypocrisy.
If the reason is due to an unfair advantage, why did Blizzard add the 21:9 support to Heroes of the Storm? If an unfair advantage is what Blizzard is inferring in their official response (which really only states that you will see things off the screen not intended to be seen), I'm puzzled by the hypocrisy. HOTS is a pretty competitive game, in which you could assume a larger FOV would provide an advantage.
Reviews hold good value if they can appear objective (though truly difficult) and are thorough. I take little care in review scores, since no two reviewer scales are the same. Pros, cons, and conclusion is what holds weight to me. But like Yukes said above me, scores matter too much to developers and publishes, which unfortunately drives sales. Remove all scores I say!.... never going to happen though...
I love how ESPN keeps posting eSport articles on social media, like Facebook. The comment sections are full of so many haters! lol ... They just cannot seem to accept that the (E)SPN stands for Entertainment.
It may be for the competitive reason. I know that I sound petty not supporting them however, it's pretty damn annoying playing with two huge black bars on both sides lol. First world problems, I know. :( Hopefully they patch it in. The game let's you select [email protected].. but only 16:9/10. It's just weird.
With your name, I wouldn't expect you to understand. But "Seriously..." if you look further than N4G, plenty are pissed about it.
The game looks good... it's optimized... and most importantly, it's fun. However, it sucks Blizzard refuses to support 21:9 aspect ratios. It may sound like a petty reason but, it's significant enough for me. I'm going to have to pass on this one. :/