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  1. Er, what? The graphics card isn't important? For a gaming computer!? Anyway, from what I read, it's a mid-range card and can actually run a lot of games on medium settings at play-able frame-rates. If you want to have 60+fps, you're probably going to have to play on low settings on a lot of new-ish games, but you can still play them. That's what I got for the small amount of research I did into the 660m, but you should probably do your own and ask around a bit more before you decide. sources: http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-GTX-660M.71859.0.html http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/video_lookup.php?gpu=GeForce+GTX+660M
  2. According to Wikipedia, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc was released on November 25 of 2010, about a month after the first episode of MLP:FiM aired. I seriously doubt the one(s) responsible for designing Ibuki saw FiM one day and decided to make her hair resemble Twilight Sparkle's a month or sooner before the game's release just for the hell of it, but I can't say for sure.
  3. It's a reality show about a bunch of rednecks that are rich. What more is there to say about it? It's nothing but trash, just like every other reality show.
  4. If you game on a PC, yeah, you're pretty much just going to have to purchase digitally. There are hard copies of PC games, and some games that only came out as hard copies(Silent Hill 2), but for most games, you'll be downloading digitally and probably through Steam. That said, there is reason to believe Valve is developing a lending system for Steam, and it could be coming soon with future updates. And, yes, the future of gaming, console included, is almost certainly going digital, but, for now, hard copies still have a significant presence in console gaming and for good reason. As for your question regarding the 3DS and WiiU, I have no clue.
  5. Create a Fimfiction account, and post it there. Fimfiction's FAQ(scroll down to the "Stories" section for relevant assistance): https://www.fimfiction.net/faq
  6. ^That I've read countless yuri fanfics and crap that I find on Anon-kun and /u/, watched anime series(SFW and NSFW alike), and played yuri games(lots of fluff and NSFW-ness). I don't know what it is, but it isn't sexual. I just have an unhealthy obsession with any and all things depicting lesbians, regardless of form and, a lot of times, regardless of quality. I'm not particularly embarrassed by just liking it, I'm embarrassed by how obsessed I am with it.
  7. How much does it cost? I followed the buy link, but, apparently, you have to have an account and be signed in to view the buy page. And, you can't create an account right now because their servers are down for whatever reason. I skimmed the rest of the website and didn't see a price anywhere, so.
  8. Happy birthday Андрей!

  9. I'm not sure what your budget for a gaming rig is, but, if you want, I can share some of the builds I know of for moderate prices. Shoot me a PM, if interested.
  10. Yeah, that's the smart thing to do. There's a lot of myth around PC gaming that it takes a lot of knowledge to build a PC and play games on it, but that's really not true. Anybody can build a PC, the hardest part is finding out what parts to use, but there are all kinds of guides for people that aren't so knowledgeable when it comes to hardware. As well as countless forums where you can ask questions about it. I plan on using a guide to build my first PC pretty soon for around 500-600 dollars.
  11. Honestly, this "Console War" doesn't interest me. I am not a Sony fanboy by any means at all, and, for the longest time, I was an Xbox fanboy. I played 360 all day and condemned everyone that played PS3 for years. Now, I'm a PC gamer, but it's just sad to see Xbox going in the direction it is and Microsoft being so anti-consumer. I don't plan on buying either console.
  12. Very good, valid points. They say you can turn off all the data-collection, it will alert you when it is spying on you, and that it is your data, etc. but I'd really like specifics. How do I turn it off, how does it warn you, when, why am I collecting my own data, etc. I guess I won't know until it comes out and people talk about it, though. It's all just unsettling to me.
  13. For one, that's Wikipedia. For two, that wasn't really dismissive of everything I said. It wasn't really precise on my points on the issue. However, what is concrete is that, no matter what, if you want to use your Xbone, the Kinect has to be plugged into the Xbone and powered. I'm not sure how it is the user turns off the sensors via the software, but I don't buy into that it is 100% off and not capable of spying on you.
  14. Don't know why you'd be in favour of not owning something you paid for, but whatever. What I want to know is where did you hear that about the Kinect? I can't say I know what I said before to be certain, but every article I've ever read and every person I've ever heard talk about it all say the same as I do. But if you have evidence to the contrary, I'd certainly like to see.
  15. Your point about the PS3 vs. Xbox 360 is valid, but not relevant. Sony has seemed to learn from their mistakes, and know that being anti-consumer and anti-developer will only bite them in the ass. Microsoft, however, has become completely anti-consumer and only cares about the bottom-line. They didn't remove all the DRM from the Xbone because they were listening to consumers, they did it because they realized it would cripple their bottom-line(and probably because of backlash from Gamefly, Gamestop, and other bigger companies/services that their DRM would've screwed over, but that's just speculation). And your point on the Kinect isn't right, either. I can put tape over my webcam, I can unplug it and throw it away, and whatever else I want to make it impossible to spy on me. You can't do that with the Kinect, if you want to be able to use your Xbone. It has to be on and functioning while the system is, or else the system will not work. As to when the system's off, I'm confused about what's been said about the Kinect. Supposedly, it can be "turned off", but it will remain partially active to listen for when you tell it to turn on. Not sure what's up with that, but I've heard the only way to really turn it off is to actually unplug it.