• wallmenis
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    8 months ago

    I wish gamers found a new respect for their privacy and stopped demanding anti-cheat systems that are invasive. Then we can have the most compatibility we can.

    Edit: typo

    • @OrnateLuna@lemmy.blahaj.zone
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      128 months ago

      I don’t think gamers are demanding invasive anti-cheats they just don’t want to see cheaters in their games which is a different thing

    • Drew Belloc
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      88 months ago

      No one like anti-cheats, some games even run worst with them, and because of that people who pirate the game get a way better experience most of the time than the ones who pay for they games. Also some anti-cheats lock you from playing in multiples devices in a short period of time, so if you share your library with your family/friends orif you like to play on different devices, you may be locked out of the game for a few days

  • @thenamesmas@aussie.zone
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    138 months ago

    Still waiting for the Deck to become officially available in Australia, but I’m pleased to see the progress recently in Linux gaming in general.

    • Drew Belloc
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      68 months ago

      Same here on Brazil, it cost my two eyes to buy it from a reseller

      • Anarch157a
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        18 months ago

        Yeah, anything tech related here in Brazil is insanely expensive. I’m lucky to have been born with two kidneys, so I could afford my Deck.