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  1. If there's an impending western release, you can usually count on Australia's Classification Board to leak the details prior to an official announcement. Atlus has submitted the Nintendo 3DS title Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth to be rated, which, as of today, it has received a M, a typical rating for games in the Persona series. Thus, it's safe to say that a western release reveal is imminent. Persona Q2 is a sequel to 2014's Etrian Odyssey and Persona mash-up, Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. The sequel will focus on the cast from Persona 5 interacting with characters from 3 and 4, as well as the feMC protagonist from Persona 3 Portable. Koch Media is listed as the publisher on the Australian page, likely meaning that its subsidiary Deep Silver will be in charge of publishing the game in European and Australian territories. SOURCE
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    request Catherine Full Body Demo (nonpdrm)

    @nanashi89 here you go
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    request Catherine Full Body Demo (nonpdrm)

    On it give me some time will be up shortly @nanashi89
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    Toxic Masculinity by Gillette

    This clip from Daria from the 1990's literally explains what Gillette is doing @[email protected]@fixagel
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    news Windows 7 enters its final year of free support

    I find putting /s on the end of a post might help sometimes. I can't tell whats a joke and whats not a joke sometimes
  6. MENLO PARK, CA—Facebook has hired the fierce warrior Drax the Destroyer as its new Head of Satire Detection to help the company and users at large distinguish between satire and fake news, the social network announced at a press conference Friday. The notorious literalist will comb through viral stories rapidly spreading across Facebook and flag stories as satire or fake news using his impressive ability to properly interpret the subtle meaning of metaphors, allegory, and satire. “No satire goes over my head. My reflexes are too fast. I would catch it,” Drax said to a crowd of reporters at Facebook headquarters. “I am very excited to work with this company. Now, where is the book filled with human faces for me to start combing through with this comb that was mentioned?” When Drax’s handlers explained that Facebook is actually just a website, he nodded sagely. “Ah, a location filled with the webs of deadly spiders. Where are they, so I may kill them?” He then spotted a cobweb in the corner and lept at it savagely, crying out, “METAPHOR!” as he stabbed the “website” to death. At publishing time, Drax had flagged every news story and satire article on Facebook as fake news after taking every single one of them 100% literally. The company was said to be “very pleased” with his performance so far. SOURCE
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    Toxic Masculinity by Gillette

    Also @Ravenstorm if you paying insane prices for razor blades instead of using Harry's Idk what to tell you
  8. After teasing a couple of possible designs for their upcoming Mad Box console, Slightly Mad Studios' CEO Ian Bell revealed via Twitter the design that the company has opted for. If you were following the recent flow of design concepts shared, then you will recognize it as the fourth render, the futuristic-looking rectangular shaped one that supports three orientations: horizontal, vertical and wall mounted. It also features a front touch screen that supports slide, click and tap actions while displaying what is currently being played. Ian Bell further adds that the design "might be slightly amended over time...". The company's founder later posted another tweet with a concept video teasing the console running games and other media: Do you approve of the console's design? What would you like to see changed or improved in the final look?
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    Toxic Masculinity by Gillette

    Corporations don't give a crap about anything other then making much money as possible. In these "Woke" Times they thought this would get them the most amount of money. supposedly worked for Nike so they needed to try it too. it's a totally BS add that only works with the "Woke" Folks. I mean try doing the same AD but replace toxic masculinity with toxic femininity and see how that goes over with the PC crowd.
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    news Windows 7 enters its final year of free support

    @Ravenstorm @MobCatit's the same with with any old product. You can't expect it to be updated forever. if that was the case we would still be on windows xp because in 2014, 13 years after its release it was still the second most used OS after windows 7. And windows 7 is turning 10 years old. Only after discontinuing support did it finally die. Yea you might prefer windows 7 over 10. But for most people Windows 10 is fine if not even better due to all the new and amazing features that come with it. You can disable all of the telemetry if you really wanted to. Just like windows xp. you guys can't expect a 10 year old OS to still be supported. Just imagine if Google or Apple still supported the launch OS that came with the iPhone or the first android phone
  11. Licensing and support lifecycles are not really the easiest topics to illustrate. Windows 7's five years of extended support will expire on January 14, 2020—exactly one year from today. After this date, security fixes will no longer be freely available for the operating system that's still widely used. As always, the end of free support does not mean the end of support entirely. Microsoft has long offered paid support options for its operating systems beyond their normal lifetime, and Windows 7 is no different. What is different is the way that paid support will be offered. For previous versions of Windows, companies had to enter into a support contract of some kind to continue to receive patches. For Windows 7, however, the extra patches will simply be an optional extra that can be added to an existing volume license subscription—no separate support contract needed—on a per-device basis. These Extended Security Updates (ESU) will be available for three years after the 2020 cut-off, with prices escalating each year. As an alternative, Microsoft is offering all three years of ESUs to customers of the new Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) service at no extra cost. This service offers cloud-hosted virtual machines running Windows 7 plus whatever applications are needed, and those virtual machines will continue to be patched into 2023. WVD uses existing Windows Enterprise E3 licenses, and it runs on the full range of Azure virtual machines, with no additional costs incurred. This includes, for example, GPU-equipped VMs, meaning that WVD should be usable for a wide range of workloads, just as long as running them in the cloud in the first place is acceptable. Office 365 ProPlus—the name given to the continuously updated subscription version of Office—will continue to be supported on Windows 7, but only with the ESUs applied. Similar policies exist for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2. These also drop out of free support in one year. For on-premises deployments, customers will be able to buy the Extended Security Updates, but workloads in Azure will receive all three years of fixes for free. SOURCE
  12. The Epic Games Store has updated its refund policy to one matching the terms of the Steam marketplace, providing for unconditional refunds of games within two weeks of purchase and less than two hours played. The news came this morning on Twitter from Sergey Galyonkin, Epic’s director of publishing strategy. For pre-ordered games, the return window is until 14 days after the game’s launch date. Both the two-week timeframe and two-hour trial period are features of Valve’s return policy, which it implemented in June 2015. Galyonkin said Epic is in the process of developing a self-service form for filing and receiving refunds. For now, players who want their money back will have to open a ticket with Epic Games support. Further down the Twitter thread in which he announced this, Galyonkin said that the Epic Games store will one day add user reviews. However, developers will have to opt-in to having reviews of their products on the storefront. “Plus we want to have a solution against review-bombing,” he added. The store, which launched in December, now supports a total of 130 countries in 30 different regions for regional pricing, Galyonkin said. The process of adding regional currencies and listing games according to local prices will take some time, according to him; for now, they are being sold in dollars. The refund change is not related to, but does follow the Better Business Bureau of Eastern North Carolina doling out an F rating for the Fortnite maker, based on scores of unanswered complaints lodged with the bureau. Most of those complaints involved unauthorized or improper charges, and poor response to customers resolving their accounts. The BBB said Epic had received 279 total complaints in 2018, 247 of which had gone unanswered. A news release noted that Epic did not respond to the BBB’s request for its side of the story here. The Epic Games Store is just two months old, but it’s swiftly spinning up as a competitor to Steam, which has dominated the PC digital market for more than a decade. Epic Games started by offering a more favorable rate to developers — 88 percent for them, as opposed to the 70 percent they get on Steam. And earlier this week, Ubisoft announced that March 15’s Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 will launch for Windows PC on UPlay and the Epic Games Store, skipping Steam entirely. SOURCE
  13. Those that have access to Nintendo Switch Online are likely familiar with the included NES titles with the subscription. Though Nintendo adds a handful of new games to the lineup each month (Zelda 2 and Blaster Master are Jan. 2019's new additions) many fans have been clamoring for Super Nintendo games to also be added. While nothing has been officially stated at this time, it seems a datamine might have let the cat out of the bag a little early, as Twitter user KapuccinoHeck has discovered a list of 22 SNES games within the data for the NES Online app, which were reportedly added in the last Switch software update. The 22 titles are as follows: Super Mario Kart Super Soccer Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past Demon's Crest Yoshi's Island Stunt Race FX Kirby's Dream Course Pop'n Twinbee Star Fox Contra 3 Kirby Super Star Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts Kirby's Dreamland 3 Super Metroid Super Mario World Pilotwings F-Zero Star Fox 2 Super Punch Out! The Legend of the Mystical Ninja Super Mario All Stars Breath of Fire 2 This list manages to differ from what the SNES Classic offers, with Final Fantasy VI, Super Mario RPG, Castlevania IV, Donkey Kong Country, Mega Man X, Earthbound, and Secret of Mana missing from what would supposedly be given through the Nintendo Switch Online service. However, these titles could be planned for future monthly updates rather than being rolled out all at once. Presumably, since the NES games have extra features, such as online play and save states, these would be carried over to the SNES games as well. At the time of writing, though, nothing is concrete, and the list is merely a datamine with unconfirmed information. SOURCE