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  1. @Vila ah that's nice to hear lol! I was in the same boat for all PlayStation consoles up till the PS4 and nowadays the Switch keeps making me regret getting that console with my change in tastes and the news regarding censorship that wasn't on the Nintendo ports (which is hella ironic and I love it hehe). With mates, everyone rolled the 360 and One here so I was mostly left out in the multiplayer department but eh
  2. Yea, this is really upsetting as a course for the future regarding Google's monopoly on the web but oh well, there's always Icecat and external DNS blockers on my side and I'm very glad I made the switch. I support what Firefox stands for regarding an open-standard internet but it's really unfortunate that Mozilla is slowly creeping to the same status with their sponsorship money and directly serving malicious add-ons and ads disguised as experiments to its vanilla users. I really hope that does come to an end.
  3. Not even, you just need a signin if you want online features, but you don't need internet to play games offline thankfully.
  4. Yes, the Xbox One X version is the most superior hands down but that's a given because its specs are far higher than the competition and predecessor, and the PS4 Pro uses a kind-of bad checkerboard method for 4k while the X is near native. Still isn't gonna stop me from having fun on my base PS4 lol ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  5. Although it wasn't a super strong summer, I nominate Cells at Work.
  6. @mcmxcixmm I never implied 'anti-Firefox propaganda' (lmfao) in this post, I am anti-Mozilla for sure, as you already know who takes rather large donations and subsidiaries from Google and friends whom would like to spread an ideology in the years to come, as do many organisations of this stature. I run and will continue to use GNU Icecat Quantum for the years to come because I feel it's the best open source has to offer that provides total freedom for its users. As of today, Brave has finally released a beta build of the degoogled-chromium browser but I'm not feeling it yet really, and as more pressing days pass, it seems less and less relevant as a bastion of freedom and more monetary gain as always, so I do concede with your sentiment and retract my statement about it. This still doesn't mean that Mozilla isn't halting from beginning to turn to a darker leaf and I seriously hope they don't, for the better of everyone. 22/10/2018 EDIT: Oh no, Mozilla just partnered up with ProtonVPN to provide their services easily within the system
  7. On an unrelated note, as much as I always would love to advocate for the free-er and thus superior option, I wonder how long Firefox will really last under the helm of Mozilla. They use proprietary blobs in Quantum which makes it difficult to remove and revise in forked browsers (or some just outright refusing to adopt Quantum due to the adoption of Rust and the complexity of said implementation), they force install addons without consent which so far have been alarming in nature whereas not even Chrome would dare attempt to do, and they explore new ideas every month to implement history tracking, feed recommendations and even OS-side snooping for advertisements (thankfully most ideas were shutdown) and lastly (not Mozilla's fault) Google services not working correctly or slower on Quantum, but that's expected from competition and scummy. I'm personally waiting for Brave to release to 1.0 next year and will move from Firefox for good. It's the best of both worlds with a monitored addon store, privacy-centric first, completely de-Googled Chromium and you can even support your favourite sites and content creators with BAT if you wish to. Until then, I seriously hope Mozilla doesn't go and pull a wild 360 for the better of everyone
  8. and on top of all that, you don't have to use mpv as a frontend, it's already being used in a few projects as a selectable backend so you can get a similar look and feel with projects like SMPlayer and all the pros of mpv. It's a really amazing project.
  9. Hey man! It seems to have been a while since you visited the site or done any projects it seems, you doing good?

    1. NeutralHatred


      He.. he hasn't logged in for almost 9 months.

    2. Scyrous


      Yeah I don't think he's gonna reply anytime soon lol

    3. Ka44tsUU


      yea lol but hey, if he does then at least he'll see this 😅

  10. ah no probs, imo paying a little extra for the C2 over the Pi 3 would be worth it in the long run just for the VPU, until a new model comes out in the meantime tho lol
  11. I've got an ODroid C2 set up for home media, I'd def. recommend that if you can get it by you, its VPU handles up to 4K HEVC flawlessly although some really nice encodes from this forum in 10-bit H.264 did stutter (720p was fine tho), everything else is exceptional. Also coupled with Plex, then you've got everything else covered.
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