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Bun, meat, salad, tomato, onion, Cheddar.

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Nintendo is suing the makers of the Switch emulator Yuzu, claims 'There is no lawful way to use Yuzu' ( www.pcgamer.com )

Nintendo is suing the makers of the Switch emulator Yuzu, claims 'There is no lawful way to use Yuzu'::Nintendo of America is suing the maker of the Nintendo Switch emulator Yuzu, saying it "unlawfully circumvents the technological measures" that prevent Switch games from being played on othe

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Moving into the EU is probably not that hard, but to be extra safe you'd have to gain EU citizenship somehow and renounce your US one.

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Breaking DRM is legal in the EU.

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As if Nintendo would actually do this. They'd do it like other Japanese developers 15 years ago: windowed 1280x720, no graphics settings, no keyboard support, no quit-to-desktop button.

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I got it on an email address linked to an account that was banned in 2020.

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useless solution to a fictional problem

So they invented the blockchain?

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Also the one time when spez updated someone's comment directly in the database.

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Most likely never. Unlike other exclusives, this game was entirely funded by Epic.

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.eus is the top-level domain for the Basque language. The abbreviation eus comes from the Basque endonym euskara, meaning "Basque language".

TIL

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Resident Evil 4

Final Fantasy 7

Elden Ring

Tears of the Kingdom

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Gaming publications should automatically retroactively set their score to 0 in this case.

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I don't buy games until the publishers announces it will be delisted.

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OP can't edit their blocks after adding them. Sounds like a massive skill issue.

Passkeys might really kill passwords ( www.theverge.com )

Passkeys: how do they work? No, like, seriously. It’s clear that the industry is increasingly betting on passkeys as a replacement for passwords, a way to use the internet that is both more secure and more user-friendly. But for all that upside, it’s not always clear how we, the normal human users, are supposed to use...

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In the EU they have to use something stronger if available. SMS is only used if requested by the user.

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Why can't Estonia send them elsewhere in the EU?

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It's really baffling how there still isn't a single good One Piece fighting game. Burning Blood was terrible, and the Grand Battle games are meh and 20 years old.

Where is One Piece Budokai Tenkaichi?

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That was Google. Facebook did use XMPP but never advertised it.

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Skate 3

I'm almost done with it, I only have two challenges of the Maloof DLC left. Definitely the worst one, the map is so boring...

Also, to Hell with online achievements. Servers for the game are very unstable and only a handful of people still play. Two achievements are simply impossible because it's no longer possible to upload replays, and designing a logo requires going to a website which no longer exists.

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Funnily enough this is the only legitmate use for this technology, but will never happen because capitalists will never let it.

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Why? You also buy licenses from GOG, despite their and their shills' best efforts to make you believe otherwise.

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US is financing genocide and China is committing genocide.

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Plenty, but you tankies refuse to acknowledge it.

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Just download one smh

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This happened with a version of Denuvo. Someone leaked an unobfuscated cracked version of a game (I think it was Need for Speed), giving Denuvo the opportunity to study how their protection got cracked.

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You'll get worse quality. Widevine doesn't let you play 4K content on unapproved systems. It's also way less convenient. Obviously, pirates are not affected because they can just download Star.Wars.XII.Galactic.Boogaloo.WEBRIP.4K-DarkNaruto69.mkv, it's only an issue if you try to watch content legally for some reason.

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I miss the era of 10 minute videos. Nowadays, everything is either 50 second long or 3 hours.

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The text is surprisingly readable for AI art!

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Pas d'email pour moi. Je suis chez CIC.

A fake recording of a candidate saying he’d rigged the election went viral. Experts say it’s only the beginning ( edition.cnn.com )

A fake recording of a candidate saying he’d rigged the election went viral. Experts say it’s only the beginning::Days before a pivotal election in Slovakia to determine who would lead the country, a damning audio recording spread online in which one of the top candidates seemingly boasted about how he’d rigged the...

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Vocal chord implants which sign whatever you're saying and emit the signature with ultrasound.

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You can configure it to use MS' extensions marketplace.

No, 3 million electric toothbrushes were not used in a DDoS attack ( www.bleepingcomputer.com )

No, 3 million electric toothbrushes were not used in a DDoS attack::A widely reported story that 3 million electric toothbrushes were hacked with malware to conduct distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks is likely a hypothetical scenario instead of an actual attack.

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This sounds like a powerful but very situational weapon.

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