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it is legitimate strategy
Not anymore. If the rules of the games say that "strategy" is considered cheating or is otherwise against the rules, it's not legitimate.And I take issue with calling it strategy at all, because that implies that it was a well thought out plan requiring some level of intelligence, when in reality campers just google the best camping spots, go there, wait for victims and then act like they're the most skilled player ever.
Agreed.But it'll only change if someone does something about it. Which they won't. Because developers rarely actually listen to the players, FPS developers in particular.
But this thread is about Microsoft doing something about it...
Except they won't. They'll claim they did, will do, etc.After all, this is Microsoft we're talking about. The company that made a game console that specifically does everything it can to push gamers away.And the whole thing with Windows Vista... and Windows 8.
Also the company who realized their mistakes on both the console and operating system, has shown greater ability to listen to the consumer base and make improvements to their products based on that feedback than they've displayed in the past, all without actually being in a rough financial position, or are you one of those people who don't bother to keep their opinion up to date?
When did people take ReviewTechUSA seriously
Then how come compatibility mode still doesn't do a damn thing?
When people figured out they can watch and enjoy a video without agreeing with all of the opinions of the person who made it. It's not that hard, you should try it sometime.
Because "compatibility modes" aren't a realistic feature to have in the first place and rarely works on ANY operating system.
Sorry for not tolerating fake sources, shame on me.
'Cuz yeah, who'd ever think that it's reasonable for something that came out months before the new operating system to work on it? The reason why it doesn't work is because they don't try to make it work.And really, Microsoft never owns up to their mistakes.Remember the whole Red Ring thing with the 360?They tried blaming it on everything except their own stupidity.I know that most companies are like this, it's not just Microsoft.For that matter, I vastly prefer Windows to the Mac OS (what is it called? I can't remember...).But it's irritating when something like Baldur's Gate, a game from the late 90s runs on Windows 7, but I need a patch to play a 2012 re-release of Fallout 3.I don't think it's unreasonable to want compatibility mode to actually do something.
Fake sources huh. Every news outlet uses fake sources occasionally so have fun with that.
Two wrongs don't make a right.
Why doesn't my N64 play NES games
Also, Bill O'Reilly is a buffoon.