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 on: February 11, 2016, 06:49:30 PM 
Started by Dice - Last post by Andrew
People I've spoken to today have read the news and even all like "Wow, what an amazing discovery! This will totally change the way we look a the universe." And while I'm sure they're right, when I follow up with "So what does it do for us?" they shrug and look awkward. :P

 on: February 11, 2016, 06:47:15 PM 
Started by Dice - Last post by OrsonFury
I'm not a physicists by any means, but if you watch the video in the article above as well another one I found here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvJAgrUBF4w you can get a pretty good understanding or grasp I should say of mass, space and the distance between two objects. Or as Tesla is quoted in the beginning of the video: "If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration" - Nikola Tesla

 on: February 11, 2016, 05:46:29 PM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Klutz64
Finished Danganronpa. Or at least as far as I know I've finished Danganronpa, not sure if there's some kind of secret ending or not.

I liked it. In fact, I liked it a lot. The characters were all fantastic, and the plot, while not quite the mind-fuck that is the Zero Escape lore, was interesting enough to keep me hooked. In fact, it's going to be difficult to finish up some other games before jumping into Danganronpa 2.

 on: February 11, 2016, 02:57:04 PM 
Started by Dice - Last post by Aeolus
GameInformer is the definition of toilet reading wiper. They're not worth collecting at any rate. IIRC, Edge had a few neat articles, but I haven't really seen much of it since the start of the decade.

And in other news, http://gematsu.com/2016/02/3ds-action-rpg-ishi-sengoku-den-sadame-coming-west-february-25, a game that literally no one has heard of will be coming out for EShop later this month.

 on: February 11, 2016, 02:52:49 PM 
Started by Dice - Last post by Arvis
All of that is very good to know.

 on: February 11, 2016, 02:37:52 PM 
Started by Hathen - Last post by Aeolus

More patrons of Ms Velvet's Mild Ride.

 on: February 11, 2016, 02:07:53 PM 
Started by Dice - Last post by Aeolus
A good piece of advice is to give any Skell that has 1 insurance left to one of your AI teammates instead as they'll perfect their ejection every time (whereas giving them a Skell that lacks insurance means that you'll be paying for damages every time it gets wrecked no matter how well you do on ejection). If a Skell Frame has 0 insurance tickets left on it, then its time to fully retire it (it'll be far cheaper to just get a new one).

And yeah, the 60 Frames/Ares comes with 10 insurance tickets on them instead of the normal 3. But as long as you perfect your ejection QTE, your insurance will remain intact.

Meanwhile, I've finally finished up the Collectapedia. Sadly you do not get anything for fully completing the Collectapedia, but the regional rewards and BP are nice. In fact the total amount of BP within the Collectapedia comes up to 2 * 50 + 5 * 50 + 16 * 10 + 32 * 5 = 670 BP, and I believe there are 2 Storage Probes, 1 Booster Probe II, 1 Duplicator Probe and 1 Mining Probe 10 up for the regional rewards.

Now to start in on Holograms, and to finish up those Mission Board quests (barring the ones that are still being hidden by other sidequests) and Time Trials.

 on: February 11, 2016, 01:58:34 PM 
Started by Tooker - Last post by Tooker
Just wanted to let everyone know that we have noticed the performance issues on the forums these last couple of days.  I got in touch with our host this morning, and apparently they've had a power outage where their servers are.  They're working to get the issue resolved.  (Although if it's a power outage causing it, I'm not sure how much THEY can do.)

 on: February 11, 2016, 01:55:14 PM 
Started by Dice - Last post by Arvis
So on certain levels of reality, even "empty" space can behave just like fluid matter?

I have no idea what this really means.

 on: February 11, 2016, 12:07:33 PM 
Started by Dice - Last post by OrsonFury
Holy Moley! Scientists Have Confirmed the Existence of Gravitational Waves

Major breakthrough in physics. Excellent video included in the article breaking down how gravitational waves work.

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