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  1. Siri

    Destiny 2 PC players

    None of the PC players have admin, bud - login to Bungie's site here and request to join: https://www.bungie.net/en/ClanV2?groupId=2113424 As for Discord, join here: https://discord.gg/bf8wvZ
  2. Siri

    Destiny 2 PC players

    ... As it turns out, anyone can generate invites, including myself. Oops. https://discord.gg/XJDEqW As before, I don't think any of us can control the clan itself outside of @tnman, as we share our roster with the Xbox folk. At the very least, I can provide the clan page - requesting access should ping something to our fine friend. https://www.bungie.net/en/ClanV2?groupId=2113424
  3. Siri

    Destiny 2 PC players

    (replace 'loyal subjects' with 'Tesco car park fuck party') (Don't ask)
  4. Siri

    Destiny 2 PC players

    @tnman should be able to fire you an invite and/or verify the join request on the bungie side of things. As for the discord, I should be able to ask @Karde to poke his royal nose in here while Oz is off. A lot of the clan are currently burnt out of the solstice event (or just didn't bother, like myself), so the discord had generally devolved into sending @Larsen B videos from Clickhole. I'm certain that will change as we go into next week, mind.
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    Steam

    They've now released the beta version of Steam Play that involves this Vulkan-based implementation of WINE (which they are calling Proton). From their announcement thread: Windows games with no Linux version currently available can now be installed and run directly from the Linux Steam client, complete with native Steamworks and OpenVR support. DirectX 11 and 12 implementations are now based on Vulkan, resulting in improved game compatibility and reduced performance impact. Fullscreen support has been improved: fullscreen games will be seamlessly stretched to the desired display without interfering with the native monitor resolution or requiring the use of a virtual desktop. Improved game controller support: games will automatically recognize all controllers supported by Steam. Expect more out-of-the-box controller compatibility than even the original version of the game. Performance for multi-threaded games has been greatly improved compared to vanilla Wine. They've also released Proton on Github, as it's open-source like WINE. There's also a wishlist to vote for games you want looking into. Compatability is obviously scatty as there's 24,000 games on Steam according to Steamspy, with some titles not working when they do on Standard WINE, but there's plenty of success stories reported by users, so there's something there. More Vulkan mindshare for future development is always welcome!
  6. Siri

    Destiny 2 PC players

    Spark of Light does come with a copy of Forsaken, thankfully. and unlike (?) D1, it skips the campaign allegedly. And you won't need Year 1 guns and armour because they'll all be garbage in five minutes of Forsaken's campaign!
  7. Siri

    Challenge breaking mechanics

    Jury Rigging perk in Fallout: New Vegas. Aka. the art of repairing .50 Hand cannons using the shitty .22 handguns you get at the start of the game, and buying out entire shop inventories because of selling the newly repaired hand cannons. Between that and winning your money back playing Caravan, you basically stitched up the dude at the dinosaur shop for infinite ammo. And all his caps.
  8. The GDEmu clone that I ordered from AliExpress has come through the post. It seems as though it's the revised clone with the fixed oscillator, as the PCB is black as opposed to green. Probably have to wait until the weekend to give it a blast, as life is generally in the way - in the meantime, it's probably a good time to research into hooking it up via HDMI. It's gonna be one sick Sega Swirl session happening when I'm off work
  9. Siri

    Destiny 2: Forsaken. No raid spoilers please.

    You can find out in your Bungie profile - There's a specific page that you can log into, and normally a little hyperlink underneath that breaks down what you haven't done. Did all the redux missions with Moodmon - They're all well paced (with the exception of Payback, which felt like you'd be better off blowing up the tanks with Whisper/DARCI these days), offer a decent level of challenge, and offers a couple of surprises. Very good start to the event - And at least, unlike the faction rallies, you have a good month to chew through it.
  10. Today on Warframe: - Got a credits booster, ran Seimeni until my eyes bled and walked away with 800k - Pulled an Attica out of the oven, bolted a recently acquired Thunderbolt mod to it and now I'm Hank Scorpio - Found out all of my frames have space aids (warning: spoilers about The Sacrifice in that link), all but two (which are incubating) now have been stabbed in the neck because of it All before lunchtime! Now it's time to get Nova and Nyx out of the oven and BLOW MORE SHIT UP.
  11. You'll also want to have a look at the alerts menu and look at invasions, in case there's any that is currently winning and will reward you with Fieldron. If there are, run those missions three times to get the loot. Compared to making Fieldron from samples, it's miles easier AND cheaper. But you'll want to collect it. For reasons. Done The War Within this afternoon. Now I've basically gone around and picked up every side quest that gives you a frame at the end of it, so I can have a steady stream of new frames to play with until I get to Eris - currently waiting on the next steps for Limbo and Mirage.
  12. Definitely. I've now got Valkyr and Nova parts in the oven. Also jammed a bunch of secondary guns into the oven because I've ran out of things to master and forgot about it while enjoying the luxury of having a portable flamethrower. Oops. Also started dabbling in the invasion missions where you fight for a faction -seems to be a very good way to earn full-fat Fieldron for Lenz, and I've somehow walked away with being one neuropics away from Nyx, which is nice. Need to get back on the plastids hunt for Nezha, too. I might even get back to a story mission soon
  13. Didn't do an awful lot yesterday - finished levelling Ember so I've swapped to Volt, got a bit bored of Burston so I've gone over to levelling Cernos (strictly for MR, and then getting the Mutalist version), and spent most of the time playing the first five waves of Seimeni, over in Ceres. It's always funny to see newer players write 'only five waves :/', when it's the only place in the game where you WANT to just do five waves, because it's 25,000 credits for roughly four minutes of work. Protip for other new players: because of the way standard reward rotation works, means that you should expect to be in a defense mission for 20 waves, four extractions, or 20 minutes in a survival. Obviously, if you're with another player, you can override whatever you want, but you're probably better off writing in chat what time you're expecting to be in the mission before you get ten minutes deep and the pub starts acting like a dickhead. Obviously, don't do this in Seimeni. You'll get laughed at. Probably. Hopefully I'll get through War Within this weekend. I'm going to need new frames soon, and I'm thinking of Saryn or Valkyr. Depends what's easy, mind.
  14. Early neurodes, you're best off doing the capture mission on earth, similar to the Cephalon Fragments - roll in, demolish the capture target, and then spend the rest of your time in the mission scoping out nooks and crannies that you know of - container looks like what only could be described as a potato sprouting out. It's not perfect, but it does the job when you only need one or two.
  15. Still waiting on that 75% off plat daily. ...to go with the platinum I bought with the 50% off daily this weekend. IT'S FREE REAL ESTATE!
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