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  • Would I get in trouble if I said I want to be a serial killer online?

    Best answer: You have a friend??
    23 answers 1 week ago Video & Online Games
  • Why are gamers cool?

    50 answers 2 weeks ago Video & Online Games
  • Ps4 survival games?

    I love games that have survival in it with base building etc. any suggestions?
    26 answers 1 week ago Video & Online Games
  • How to get rid of a dead hooker, QUICK!!!?

    Best answer: grab your old lady by the feet
    And just lay her out in the darkest street
    And by morning, she's just another hit and run
    9 answers 1 week ago Law Enforcement & Police
  • What types of video games do you like?

    Best answer: I suppose I enjoy the Motor Racing games the most. I have the add on steering wheel and pedals too.
    27 answers 2 weeks ago Video & Online Games
  • How much is a 1960 L.50 Italiana Repubblica coin worth?

    5 answers 2 weeks ago Hobbies & Crafts
  • I need help...?

    Best answer: Well, take a look at the movies and YouTube videos that appeal to you. Do they have a common theme? As a kid, I liked Disney films and anything with the Peanuts gang. I didn't start enjoying movies with real actors until I saw the Macaulay Culkin starrer "Home Alone," and also, "Beethoven."

    You can diversify by watching different genres of movies. You're only 17, but that doesn't mean your selection should be limited. If you enjoy sports, I suggest "Coach Carter," "Facing the Giants," and "Goal!" If you enjoy drama that is poignant and moving sans the too-sentimental elements, watch "Finding Forrester" and "The Dead Poets' Society."

    You can take a break from movies and try watching a series, or anime. You can alternate anime by reading manga, or how about magazines about programming, coding, or PC repair?

    If you wish to deviate away from video games, test the waters first by attempting an online version of Sudoku, dominoes, and Scrabble.

    I regularly watch YouTube, too, but my tastes are varied, so sometimes I'd look up tutorials on crafts, painting, and cooking, on some days it would be interviews with celebrities, and on other days it would be about fashion or makeup.

    You can also incorporate something that's a bit physical into your routine, since all your hobbies make you sedentary. Take up walking or jogging, or ride a bicycle, since these are some of the easiest to do.
    10 answers 2 weeks ago Hobbies & Crafts
  • How many times in row can a favorite lose? It wins about a third of the time.?

    9 answers 2 weeks ago Video & Online Games
  • Careers that give enough time to have video gaming as a hobby?

    Best answer: I've never had a problem finding time.

    There are 168 hours in a week. Subtract 56 hours for sleep and 40 hours for a full time job. There's still 72 hours left over... That's almost TWICE as much free time as work time in a week. You can spend 40 hours a week gaming and still have 32 hours left for all the chores that need doing.
    10 answers 2 weeks ago Video & Online Games
  • Do I need a gaming license?

    I want to make a Visual Novel and I hopefully want to try and sell it, but I don't know if I need a gaming license. Does anyone know if I need a gaming license to make it?
    10 answers 2 weeks ago Video & Online Games
  • Is it strange that I, a lifetime gamer am finally getting sick of video games?

    Best answer: You'll know the answer to that more than me, even though my circumstamces arn't miles different, the 2600 best looking game console ever jeje...i mean has any other had a wood venier finish?

    Perhaps you're as much bored with playing the same genre of games as you have always done, but there are so may different game experiences now, i mean i got bored with platformers except for the occasional title years ago flashback was prob the last platformer i really enjoyed, and had the only video games now been like all the ones of the nintendo, i would of found something else to do.....
    13 answers 2 weeks ago Video & Online Games
  • Is it immature for a 22-year-old to play Minecraft?

    38 answers 3 weeks ago Video & Online Games
  • Is it weird that I still prefer older games like for PS1 and PS2?

    As well as a few old Sega games like Sonic games, Golden Axe, etc. And some old Mario games from the NES and SNES era.
    14 answers 2 weeks ago Video & Online Games
  • Why do all casinos have the same games?

    Best answer: Casinos have games that have a set house advantage so they can determine how much they will win over time even if the player makes no mistakes.

    A game where a skillful player can consistently win money from the casino would be dominated by skillful players and would cost a casino money. Casinos cannot stay in business if they do not make enough to cover their operating expenses.
    15 answers 3 weeks ago Gambling
  • Can Xbox One and PS4 Play together?

    Best answer: To answer your questions, albeit in a different order than asked...

    4) Cross-Platform support is a reality. This was originally done as console-PC cross-play, but has expanded to cross-console play. Here's a few noted titles with cross-platform support.

    * Sea of Thieves -- XBox One / PC (Windows 10) Support -- The game runs on the Universal Windows Platform, making the porting process easier & more natural for Rare to allow PC players to interact with XBox One players via the XBox Live network.

    * Minecraft: Bedrock Edition -- XBox One / PC (Windows 10) / Mobile (iOS / Android) / Switch Support -- As part of the "Better Together" Update, it unified all the platforms under ONE engine to make things easier to update for all the platforms as well as networking. The PS4 version does NOT run on the Bedrock Engine.

    * Rocket League -- XBox One / Switch / PC, PS4 / PC Support -- Rocket League on PC has the widest cross-platform support has it can play with all the major consoles. HOWEVER, a PC Player CANNOT play with a PS4 user & an XBox One OR Switcher user at the same time. Psyonix is working on creating a unified user system for their game.

    * Fortnite -- XBox One / Switch / Mobile / PC Support, PS4 / PC / Mobile Support

    1) Playstation 4 users can play with PC & Mobile users, but NOT with other consoles. Sony doesn't seem to have issues allowing their user to play with non-console users, but NOT with the rival consoles. This has become a marketing point with Nintendo & Microsoft with Minecraft... as both companies (at least in the US) are practically neighbors (if you look at the map of Redmond, WA... you can see how close they are to each other).

    Rocket League & Fortnite already has the infrastructure in place to allow the PS4 to play with other consoles, but Sony execs are the ones who are blocking this. Their current thought process is "We're the best console to experience these games & we don't want to sully this by mingling with lesser systems" (This is not verbatim, just a high generalized & oversimplified explanation). Microsoft has mentioned their willingness to open up online gameplay with other systems, which Nintendo has eventually joined with the Switch (the 2/3DS family remains separate, but that's more on a technical level).

    2) This isn't applicable, but once Sony "comes to their senses" & change their mind to allow cross-console cross-play, Rocket League & Fortnite will IMMEDIATELY become available for this. Mojang would most likely add the PS4 support to the Bedrock Engine of Minecraft in the foreseeable future (might be a few months, but it would happen).

    3) Finding friends on other platforms is one of those trickier aspects with cross-platform support as there's no unified method to do so. Using the examples above...

    * Sea of Thieves utilizes the XBox Live network, which makes it seamless for XBox One users. PC users have to use the XBox App to manage their friend list & handle out-of-game communications.

    * Rocket League is creating their own "Rocket ID" system that will give every player on all platforms a unique ID to use within the game. There may be some notation on platform(s). PRIOR to this, players only know they're in a cross-platform match is that other players have the "PSY NET" logo as their avatar picture instead of whatever they selected on their system... this is mostly done for compatibility & a minor concession to avoid offensive avatar images leaking through (as PC players can use practically anything they want, as long as it abides by Steam's ToS).

    * Fortnite utilizes their own Epic Games account system to handle the friends list stuff. Users link their platforms to their Epic Games account so you don't have to add multiple usernames for one person. Please note that accounts linked to a PS4 CANNOT be linked to an XBox One nor Switch AND VICE VERSA due to Sony's current decision against cross-console cross-play, so it's possible for one player to have two separate accounts as a result (with two different set of assets).

    There are bound to be more games to include cross-platform support, but Sony users will most likely be left out of it until the execs change their mind.
    5 answers 3 weeks ago Video & Online Games
  • Give me one good reason why Ninja being kid friendly for his stream is a bad thing?

    I just don't undersand the hate for this. He is still entertaining regardless, so what's the problem? If anyone can give me any sort of intelligent reason why it'd bad, i will gladly debate with you
    5 answers 2 weeks ago Video & Online Games
  • Can I use the same oven toaster for food and for polymer clay?

    I bought an oven toaster for my polymer clay creations, but I've only used it about 3 times and baked small crafts (about the first line in your thumb). I haven't used my oven toaster in a while and would like to use it for food instead, so that it won't go to waste. Is it okay if I use it for food? Will the food become toxic? Is it gonna be safe to eat?
    11 answers 2 weeks ago Hobbies & Crafts
  • Will Fallout 76 have a story mode? PS4?

    Best answer: Yes, but not like a standard Fallout game would have. There will be quests in the game for you to do in order to level up your character and get some loot. But there will be no main storyline like in Fallout 4. The main "story" is to survive in the wasteland and try to build a settlement and defend against other players or NPCs.
    8 answers 2 weeks ago Video & Online Games
  • What should be on the GameCube classic?

    My list: 1 super Mario sunshine 2 Zelda the wind waker 3 Zelda twilight princess 4 luigi's mansion 5 super smash bros mele 6 metroid prime 7 metroid prime 2 8 f zero gx 9 Kirby's airride 10 Mario kart double dash 11 Zelda four swords adventures 12 paper Mario the thousand year door 13 fire emblem path of radiance 14 super Mario strikers 15 Mario party 6 16 pikmin 17 pikmin 2 18 animal crossing 19 eternal darkness sanity requiem 20 Pokemon colosseum 21 Mario superstar baseball
    5 answers 2 weeks ago Video & Online Games
  • Is the setting of "Final Fantasy 7" cyberpunk?

    Best answer: No. It's more steam-punk / diesel-punk, maybe magi-punk.

    Cyberpunk implies that computers are ubiquitous - to the point where they're even implanted inside of people. While there certainly is technology in FF7 there really aren't any computers.
    4 answers 2 weeks ago Video & Online Games