- Jun 3, 2020
Well duh, as it's not set in the PUBG universe, no Calisto Protocol preorder discounts!Preordered Midnight Suns, in the ultragigadeluxe edition cuz i trust to Firaxis to deliver on a high budget Slay the Spire clone.
BUT AT LEAST THAT HAD A DISCOUNT; HUH PLAYERUNKNOWN? MORE LIKE PLAYERUNDISCOUNTED
Why the fuck in 2022 we still use these things as a connector. So much pain trouble shooting why the damn power button did not work... Good luck!I build my new PC. Sorta. Kinda.
Cable management apocalyptic.
No usb on the front because motherboard is incompatible.
Half of the front cables not labeled. No idea where to plug them.
Playerunknown’s Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds: The Callisto Protocol.Guys, they updated the storepage for Callisto Protocol, what does that mean???
Funny, my $425 X670 Asus motherboard doesn't come with that. Would have been nice.ASUS mobos has one of these things that makes it easier. No idea if other mobos have it as well, though.
Yeah, it's a bit curious. I was researching mobos for my next round of upgrade, and the one I'm looking at (TUF z790) doesn't come with one according to its manual. I would've thought that the TUF series which has superseded the Sabertooth series (my current mobo) should come with one.Funny, my $425 X670 Asus motherboard doesn't come with that. Would have been nice.
Surprisingly I didn’t have that many connectors to plug, less than in the pic, which, uh, troubles me.Why the fuck in 2022 we still use these things as a connector. So much pain trouble shooting why the damn power button did not work... Good luck!
My gigabyte one had something similar, more like a sheath you put the connectors into and it lines them all up on the board.ASUS mobos has one of these things that makes it easier. No idea if other mobos have it as well, though.
You can the previous ones here:Are these usually any good, or just filled with bundle filler?
Yes, I honestly agree with what you say about the game. The game is obvious a low-budgeted effort. The combat is simple, even though some fun skills in later classes, most of them having the dash (not really dodge) and introduction of critical attacks after chapter 3B, it simply couldn't reach the level of character action games.I'm enjoying harvestella for what it is but I can't help but think that it's a wasted opportunity by square-enix. The game has promise but you can feel the low budget just about everywhere. Towns are more static than most jrpgs and while there's plenty of interiors there really isn't any reason to go in any that aren't marked as stores, there's nothing to interact with or loot in them. There's no VA at all (not a huge surprise for a farming/life sim sadly) and the combat is pretty rough and could have used some more time in the oven. For example in the 5 classes I've unlocked so far there is no way to dodge or block anything and they all have a basic 3 hit combo and that's it outside of special abilities you have to unlock. The lock on is also pretty useless too as it will disconnect if you do just about anything but look straight ahead at an enemy.
The farming itself is pretty basic but I don't think that's a budget issue. It feels like that's how it was intended to be and the game wants to focus more on the (surprisingly interesting) story and party members. If you look at it as a jrpg with some light farming instead of a harvest moon style game it works fairly well it just needed a bit more support by SE.
Oh I thought I shared some stuff about this before.Im more confused that Teslas would even have a x86 based infotainment system where you could run Steam/PC games... I assumed it'd be something arm-based / android-based?