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  1. Paul_cz

    Valve announces the SteamDeck

    Played Horizon Zero Dawn at work today for about two hours. Runs and looks awesome on Deck.
  2. Paul_cz

    Looking for a new single player game. Don't know what one. Ideas?

    Imagine liking singleplayer RPGs, owning Witcher trilogy, not having played it, and asking what to play No offense but that's wack
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    Valve announces the SteamDeck

    My RMAd Steam Deck is on its way finally. Fingers crossed the whine will be a thing of the past.
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    Square Enix is selling Tomb Raider, Deus Ex, and its Western studios

    Squeenix lost about 100M USD on Avengers, and neither Tomb Raider nor Deus Ex nor Guardians made any significant profit, sadly. All great games, but way too expensive to make and for some reason not as successful as some first party games. For example, in my opinion Deus Ex or Guardians are...
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    The Sinking City - Gameplay Trailer

    Well, I finished it (24 hours) and frankly...it is too long for its own good. Great atmosphere, but it is repetetive. 5/10
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    The Sinking City - Gameplay Trailer

    Anyone played this? I have 8 hours in and it is pretty good.
  7. Paul_cz

    Valve announces the SteamDeck

    Yeah the whine noise is utter frakk up by Valve. It made steam deck truly unusable, and all because of a stupid fan not having proper spacing... As for my RMA, according to shipping info my Deck arrived back at Valve Netherlands on 15.4., but the status on Steam site for my Deck still says...
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    ***The High-Res Screenshot Thread!***

    First, take a guess :)
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    *** Guardians of Galaxy ***

    I played it for about four hours. It was...another soulslike, of which I am tired of after finishing DS1, DS2 and Bloodborne. I stand by my opinion, don't mind you having different one, but mind you acting like a jerk about it.
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    *** Guardians of Galaxy ***

    Weird and yet true :)
  11. Paul_cz

    Kingdom Come: Deliverance / Open-World RPG / Medieval History

    Hah, I meant more as having some patience and be willing to learn the game's mechanics, but sure that would be interesting too :p
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    Kingdom Come: Deliverance / Open-World RPG / Medieval History

    Warhorse/Deep Silver actually released three different Collector's Editions. One in kickstarter, one in retail, and then another in retail with all the DLCs. I own all three. And the gorgeous art book. You should play it. Hardcore mode + open mind is the way to go.
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    Kingdom Come: Deliverance / Open-World RPG / Medieval History

    Feel like going back to my throne in my kingdom
  14. Paul_cz

    What PC games are you playing?

    Same here, apparently some DX12 bug https://www.reddit.com/r/lifeisstrange/comments/plu0uw/all_cant_change_the_resolution/ I just use DSR to increase my desktop resolution, the game then launches in that higher resolution and I don't have to mess with anything.
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    *** Cyberpunk 2077 ***

    With latest patch you can modify DLSS sharpness right in the menu.
  16. Paul_cz

    *** Guardians of Galaxy ***

    I am glad I bought it on release. Totally worth it, gorgeous game in every way.
  17. Paul_cz

    Valve announces the SteamDeck

    I actually just today shipped my Steam Deck back to Valve for a replacement. The high pitch noise made it unusable for me. They agreed with RMA so hopefully in couple weeks I will get whine-free Deck..
  18. Paul_cz

    Valve announces the SteamDeck

    ah, ok.
  19. Paul_cz

    Valve announces the SteamDeck

    Steam Deck's linux is fine. I can play games, browse net, watch netflix (or...other stuff), easily copy files between my windows PC and Steam Deck, work with libreoffice. It is perfectly fine. I see zero reason why I would want to install Windows, considering they have no suspend/resume, no...
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