@chocolatefossty False advertising is illegal. This isn't really "advertising" and it's arguable enough that a court case probably wouldn't be able to proceed.
@avie It comes down to the implementation of Denuvo in the specific game. For some games that may be true. For many games it's not. Their statement is overbroad (intentionally).
It's also got an ebook of "myths" about Denuvo that's just "well actually if it's pirated that's what happens" with no citations on either side of the fence. Because, you know, propaganda.
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This one, on the other hand, is provably false.
This one is true! Technically. But it dosn't say it's true for *Denuvo*.
@fincs I can definitely notice the difference between 1080p and 4K...when I'm on a computer. I have a 4K TV and I...can't really notice the difference there.
@mary I feel like we've gotten past the point where phone upgrades matter anymore. There are really only three things that might make me want a new phone, barring my old one breaking:
- USB-C on iPhone goddamnit
- Real optical zoom (there's work on using mirrors to make movable lenses on a longer axis)
- Bringing back the audio jack (lmao)
Everything else is just "nice to have"
I have some choice words for whoever designed this cartridge. Those words include "did you end up sourcing the TLCS MCU just because you'd already sourced this specific RTC and then found that interacting with it directly from the game was too difficult??"...since that seems like what might have happened.
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