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Black Friday gaming laptop deals: find yourself a cheap portable powerhouse this winter
It's been a weird year, but one way to inject some excitement would be these Black Friday gaming laptop deals
Black Friday gaming laptop deals 2020: find yourself a cheap portable powerhouse this winter
As we approach the end of October, it's about prime time to think about the Black Friday gaming laptop deals we can look forward to next month. In fact, retailers are already - predictably - getting ahead of the date itself and offering some early Black Friday gaming laptop deals.
Black Friday gaming laptop retailers
US: Best Buy | Dell | Amazon | Newegg | B&H Photo | Adorama
UK: Amazon UK | Currys | Argos | Overclockers UK | Laptopsdirect
The Black Friday deals weekend - including the Cyber Monday deals (yup, it's relentless) - will see bargains galore on portable powerhouses. It's generally a great time to get one of the best gaming laptops at a more affordable price, and you can even find a genuine bargain on powerful machines.
While you will see a host of tech deals across the sales weekend from gaming PCs to gaming headsets (and maybe even some Black Friday PS5 deals), there's historically been swinging cuts in gaming laptops that make it the perfect time to strike.
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Also, if you prefer your screens bigger but like the idea of retaining the portability, you'll need to peruse the deals to see if you can get one of the best gaming TVs or best gaming monitors cheap to team with your new machine. It really is possible. And don't forget: give the best antivirus software going a look just to make sure your brand new gaming laptop is well protected.
We will be regularly updating this page as we approach the big day, sprinkling in some of the best early Black Friday gaming laptop deals as we get them. To kick things off today, we have picked out some great models that are at the more affordable end of the spectrum.
EARLY BLACK FRIDAY GAMING LAPTOP DEALS - US
Acer Nitro 5 | 15.6" 1080p | i5-10300H CPU | GTX 1650 GPU | 8GB RAM | 256GB SSD | $699.99 at Best Buy
This is one of the best-value laptops we've seen this week; an Acer Nitro 5 with a respectable 1650 graphics card at just under $700. Even though it won't play the most advanced games on high settings (the processor won't cope with that), it's a very respectable starter build that's great value for money.VIEW DEAL
HP Pavillion | 16.1" 1080p | i5-10300H | GTX 1660Ti GPU | 8GB RAM | 512GB SSD | $899.99 at Best Buy
This is a very respectable laptop for mid-level gaming, and the standout is the 1660Ti graphics card. The processor may not be the strongest, but the GPU makes up for it. It's also sound value for money.VIEW DEAL
ASUS TUF FX505 | 15.6" 1080p | Ryzen 7 3750H CPU | RTX 2060 GPU | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | $916.54 at Amazon
ASUS makes some of our favorite laptops and have recently been the ones really making a positive go at getting laptops that are ray tracing-capable down to around or below the four-figure mark. This is a great example of that, and a high-value deal - but hurry, there's only one left (at the time of publishing)!VIEW DEAL
Dell G5 15 | 15.6" 1080p | Intel i7-10750H CPU | RTX 2060 GPU | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | $1.440 $1,175.99 at Dell
With well-specced ray tracing-capable laptops still hovering around the four-figure mark, this model with a 2060 graphics card, a brand new Intel processor, 512GB SSD, and 16GB of RAM is an excellent proposition.VIEW DEAL
EARLY BLACK FRIDAY GAMING LAPTOP DEALS - UK
Stateside readers don't get all the fun, and those in the UK can enjoy some early Black Friday gaming laptop deals too right now.
HP Pavilion 15 | 15.6" 1080p | i5-10300H | GTX 1650Ti | 8GB RAM | 512GB SSD | £799.99 at Amazon
With a 1650 Ti graphics card, this particular laptop manages to squeeze even more value out of an already affordable range. As such, this HP Pavilion is great bang for buck. Better still, you're getting the latest Intel processor generation. A fab machine at a great price.VIEW DEAL
Acer Nitro 5 | 15.6" 1080p | i5-10300H | GTX 1660Ti | 8GB RAM | 512GB SSD | £949 at Amazon UK
Acer's Nitro laptops are rightly some of the most popular in cheap gaming laptop land, and this model exemplifies that perfectly. A brand new 10th-generation processor lies in this excellent 1660Ti build.VIEW DEAL
Lenovo Legion 5i | 15.6" 1080p | 15-10300H | RTX 2060 | 8GB RAM | 256GB SSD | £999.95 at Overclockers UK
A ray-tracing laptop for under £1,000 at Overclockers. What's more to like? It's got a brand new processor too, as well as being from a solid maker in Lenovo, and a solid gaming range in their Legion series. Compromises are present, but this is excellent value for money.VIEW DEAL
Razer Blade 15 (2019) | 15.6" 1080p | i7-97050H | GTX 1660Ti | 16GB RAM | 256GB SSD | £1,130.10 at Amazon UK
A premium Razer laptop for this price is excellent. Benefiting from the 2020 range now being available, last year's selection still packs a punch and can handle anything. Plus you're getting one of the best designs and builds in the business.VIEW DEAL
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2020.10.27 09:23 Bragior Как узаконить перепланировку квартиры 2020 самостоятельно hp pavilion
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2020.10.27 08:05 Flexbar Как узаконить перепланировку квартиры 2020 самостоятельно hp pavilion
I posted a few days ago about getting a laptop around £2000.00, this budget has improved. but im still stuck at what to go for, going down a rabbit hole.
OMEN 17-CB1003NA NVIDIA RTX 2080 SUPER, 16GB, 17.3" 144HZ FHD, INTEL I7-10750H GAMING LAPTOP £1999.99
PREDATOR TRITON 500 NVIDIA RTX 2080 SUPER, 16GB, 15.6" 300HZ, I7-10750H GAMING LAPTOP £2499.00
GE66 NVIDIA RTX 2080 SUPER,16GB, 15.6" 240HZ FHD, I7-10750H GAMING LAPTOP £2599.99
17.3" MSI GE75 Raider 10SFS-418UK, 240Hz FHD, i7 10875H, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD, 8GB RTX 2070 SUPER, Win10 Home
Razer Blade Pro 17 Core i7 16GB 512GB SSD RTX 2070 MaxQ 17.3" Win10 Home Gaming Laptop (2020)
Lenovo Legion 7i Core i7 16GB 1TB SSD RTX 2080 Super MaxQ 15.6" Win10 Home Gaming Laptop
I know the RazeGE75 is 2070 super max-q compared to the rest, but I'm after lower thermals/noise.
If you had to choose between the above what would be your preference?
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2020.10.27 07:55 OLQVE Как pavilion самостоятельно перепланировку квартиры hp 2020 узаконить
2020.10.27 04:23 DrMacintosh01 Как узаконить перепланировку квартиры 2020 самостоятельно hp pavilion
Hello, I booted up my 2020 13" MBP running macOS Catalina 10.15.7 today and was greeted with a macOS dialog box saying what's in the title of this post. The dialog box would show up every few seconds after dismissing it. Ran a scan with Malwarebytes and no threats were detected.
Did some searching and came across this HPForum post: https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Printing-Errors-or-Lights-Stuck-Print-Jobs/Message-quot-HPDeviceMonitoring-framework-will-damage-youtd-p/7824355
Guy by the name of IronBadger (alleged Employee of HP) provides a link to download HP Easy Start which you can then use to remove existing HP software from your Mac. I uninstalled everything and after a restart the warning went away. Iron Badger claims that the issue is the result of out of date software (the security certificates have expired).
Hopefully anyone else who is experiencing this can find this thread and move on.
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2020.10.27 03:40 jerk0400 Как перепланировку hp самостоятельно узаконить 2020 квартиры pavilion
I've been lurking online at component lists for the past 6 months as my HP z420 was getting really long-in-the-tooth. I'm super happy with my new system and I thought I would share my build in case it helps anyone out.
Build is primarily for DaVinci Resolve Colour, Online Editing, and Fusion Compositing, and teaching these subjects at the college level. I also capture my screen using OBS while using these apps for training videos.
I'm also using Media Composer, Premiere, Photoshop, and Gigapixel
It's late at night and I have to get an episode up (25 min show) on Frame.IO for client review and my complete mixed bag of SD, HD, 2k, and 4k footage (Sony XAVC, GoPro, DJI, H265) which I had to absolutely cake with noise reduction and super scale and the final export was 7 minutes. It's taken me longer to write this post than the render took to complete.
During Resolve exports - CPU usage in Task Manager is pegged at 100%, GPU peaks at 70% but hovers around 40%
I bought a generic gaming PC pre-built by Canada Computers and upgraded a few components. Affordably added a 3-year warranty to everything.
Blackmagic Decklink PCI
Deepcool Macube 310P case (very quiet, not MacPro quiet but nearly)
Gigabyte B450 Aorus Pro Wifi Mobo
1TB M.2 WD Blue (boot)
500GB M.2 Kingston A2000 (disk cache)
500GB SSD (media)
2TB Seagate Green (media)
For workflow, I'm connected over 1 gig/e to a 20TB Drobo (11TB usable). The Drobo will be retired very soon. I'm looking at a QNAP or a Synology in the future. I dump media onto the Drobo first. Then I copy over show media to either the internal SSD or platter and change the folder path in Resolve for a fast relink. So the Drobo is pulling double duty with ingest and archive.
If I am really in a pinch, or get DPX sequences, I put those on the 2nd M.2 drive or create optimized media on the M.2 drive.
This is the box that was my starting point. I upgraded the RAM and had the 3 additional drives already and installed them myself. https://www.canadacomputers.com/product_info.php?cPath=1446_1448&item_id=171187
A few weird things with the motherboard. The first M.2 slot runs at x4 speeds but the second runs at x2. That makes my second M.2 drive slower. So the boot drive can do 2100MB/s / 1800 MB/s Read/Write but the cache drive only does about 1250MB/s / 1250MB/s.
Another weird thing is that for every M.2 slot that is in use, you lose 2 SATA ports on the motherboard. So I have 6 physical SATA ports but can only use 2 of them since I have 2 M.2 drives.
Both of these measures are to control the PCI-lane usage on the CPU. I wasn't familiar with this and was planning on loading up more physical drives in the case (just random mechanicals I have laying around from old builds). I was so used to working with old Xeon machines that I forgot about keeping PCI lanes in mind.
No Thunderbolt but it has USB-C and USB 3.2, and (obviously) PCI slots. I may add a 10-gig/e card over PCI or a 5-gig/e card over USB-C next year.
Was the 3700X worth it? I'd say yes.
You could go with the 2700X if the sale price is good and lose a little bit of speed. Or, bump up to the 3900X and gain 4 more cores, but the cost shoots up pretty quickly. I mean, an encode heavy show exporting in 7-minutes is amazing, having spent more and have the render run in 5-minutes would not impact my life in a meaningful way.
If you are strictly a Premiere user, there are some really compelling benchmarks that show Intel can be a bit faster, since the export engine relies on the Intel integrated graphics in a way that it does not with Ryzen. However, I don't use Premiere as my primary encode or editing tool.
64GB RAM - I never max out the RAM but I do regularly use over 40GB just running Resolve and Power Point. If you wanted a no-dollar wasted build you might do with 48GB? But, 64 is working great for me.
It's really nice working with M.2 drives. I don't really need two of them but I like doing my caching and exports to a separate volume, it makes file management easier. I can also really comfortably work with image sequences now. Before, I would try to strongarm my clients into using ProRes4444 for VFX plates and outputs because I didn't want to deal with DPX. Now it's not an issue.
I like being able to access the drives myself and add components as I need them. M.2s are very affordable and very fast.
Liquid Cooling is damn quiet and temperatures are really under control. I was locked at 71 degrees Celsius during the whole render with the CPU at 100%.
I couldn't wait for the RTX3070 as I had to buy this in August for a job. And, Ryzen 5000s are around the corner. But, that will make my current build drop with clearout coupons for a while.
I would prefer to be on MacOS, but Windows 10 is quite fine.
Canada Computers was a decent vendor. They are very close to me and I have 3-year coverage so I take comfort in being able to take the rig over to them if there is a problem and have them deal with it.
I have built PCs in the past and had compatibility issues. I will never build my own PC again. Paying for a warranty is critical when it comes to business machines.
I was holding my breath for the 2020 27" iMac and it came out and... while it's a decent bump all around, the prices are just too much for me to go for. It has upgrade issues, heat issues. Basically issues with taking a laptop/desktop hybrid and sticking it in an aluminum monitor stand, which I don't need in the first place. I'm open minded to the new ARM based machines, and I very occasionally get offered FCPX teaching work so a new Mac might get added to my setup sometime next year. Maybe the bare minimum ARM Mac to run FCPX in 2021-2022 will also get added to the setup.
EDIT - COST
Base price was $1799 (on sale). After RAM, 3-year warranty, and Ontario sales tax price was $3050 CDN. I already owned the other drives and the Decklink from previous builds which was a selling point for getting another tower.
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2020.10.27 02:09 StuckInTheSwamp Pavilion квартиры hp как перепланировку 2020 узаконить самостоятельно
With the latest console releases around the corner, I'm wondering if now is the time to liberate myself from Sony and build (or purchase) my first gaming PC... but a $500 price point on the PS5 is compelling. Ideally, I want a unit that takes advantage of my Vizio M558 4K TV (60fps limit) and will run AAA titles on ultra/high settings and a few mods (a big reason I'm considering PC over the PS5).
DISCLAIMER (I think?): this is probably contingent on me getting an RTX 3070 for $499.
It's my first time assembling, so I'm hoping to pick up suggestions on parts, prices, and whether or not this project makes sense. $1.5K is really where I want to max out, and I would feel much better being in the $1-1.2K range. That being said, here's what I'm thinking for a build so far:
[PCPartPicker Part List](https://pcpartpicker.com/list/WZWNQD)
**CPU** | [AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/QKJtt6/amd-ryzen-7-3700x-36-ghz-8-core-processor-100-100000071box) | $309.99 @ Amazon
**CPU Cooler** | [Cooler Master MASTERLIQUID ML240L RGB V2 65.59 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/fLFKHx/cooler-master-masterliquid-ml240l-rgb-v2-6559-cfm-liquid-cpu-cooler-mlw-d24m-a18pc-r2) | $69.99 @ Newegg
**Motherboard** | [Asus TUF GAMING X570-PLUS (WI-FI) ATX AM4 Motherboard](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/dmGnTW/asus-tuf-gaming-x570-plus-wi-fi-atx-am4-motherboard-tuf-gaming-x570-plus-wi-fi) | $179.99 @ Amazon
**Memory** | [Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/p6RFf7/corsair-memory-cmk16gx4m2b3200c16) | $68.98 @ Amazon
**Storage** | [Crucial P1 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/pxKcCJ/crucial-p1-1tb-m2-2280-solid-state-drive-ct1000p1ssd8) | $94.50 @ Newegg
**Case** | [SAMA Sama-3D ATX Mid Tower Case](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/CcjNnQ/sama-sama-3d-atx-mid-tower-case-sama-3d) | $59.98 @ Newegg
**Power Supply** | [Corsair RM (2019) 750 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/6Y66Mp/corsair-rm-2019-750-w-80-gold-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-cp-9020195-na) | $124.99 @ Corsair
**Operating System** | [Microsoft Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/wtgPxmicrosoft-os-kw900140) | $108.78 @ Other World Computing
**Keyboard** | [HP Wireless Classic Desktop Wireless Standard Keyboard With Laser Mouse](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/93h9TW/hp-keyboard-lv290aaaba) | $23.99 @ HP
**Custom**| 3070 RTX| $499.00
| *Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts* |
| Total (before mail-in rebates) | $1550.19
| Mail-in rebates | -$10.00
| **Total** | **$1540.19**
| Generated by [PCPartPicker](https://pcpartpicker.com) 2020-10-26 21:51 EDT-0400 |
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2020.10.27 02:05 VIPEREYEZD Как узаконить перепланировку квартиры 2020 самостоятельно hp pavilion
In the upcoming weeks, I am looking to build my first PC after having gamed on an Xbox for the past decade. My budget for the build is somewhere around $1500 up to $1700. With this PC, I am looking to play various FPS games (such as Overwatch, which I know isn't too demanding) and possibly stream on Twitch. Not sure if this is important to include, but I currently own a hp 25x24.5 led fhd monitor. I do, however, want to purchase another monitor, so please give me a suggestion for a good budget 1440 or 4k monitor (do not need to include in the budget).
I also came up with my own build here, so feel free to critique it: PCPartPicker Part List
|CPU||AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor||$309.99 @ Amazon|
|CPU Cooler||Corsair H100i RGB PLATINUM 75 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler||$129.99 @ Best Buy|
|Motherboard||Asus TUF GAMING X570-PLUS (WI-FI) ATX AM4 Motherboard||$179.99 @ Amazon|
|Memory||Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory||$77.98 @ Amazon|
|Storage||Samsung 860 Evo 1 TB 2.5" Solid State Drive||$114.96 @ Amazon|
|Storage||Seagate Barracuda Compute 2 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive||$54.99 @ Newegg|
|Video Card||Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER 8 GB WINDFORCE OC 3X Video Card||$719.99 @ Amazon|
|Case||Corsair 275R Airflow ATX Mid Tower Case||$79.98 @ Amazon|
|Power Supply||Corsair RM (2019) 750 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply||$124.99 @ Corsair|
|Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts|
|Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-10-26 22:02 EDT-0400|
2020.10.27 00:48 AutisticLoli Как узаконить перепланировку квартиры 2020 самостоятельно hp pavilion
So someone shared the all too familiar "It Just Works" song by the Chalkeaters. I like the song, I think it's well made and expresses the mood/thoughts of the community, but there's a lot of deets that are either overblown, incorrect, or misunderstanding the cause.
So, I broke down every verse of the song and ranted about it. Here's the copy paste of the chat log, enjoy!
Me: Ha, I never get tired of seeing that reposted. I don't know if Todd has seen it, but I do know Pete wasn't too happy. Which I can understand, the song isn't really 100% accurate with what actually happens, but I think it does a good job at explaining how the community feels.\
Them: It is 100% the truth "Heres the game, fix it for us"
Me: Well, I guess I'll break down the song verse by verse and explain
Them: Theyve released Skyrim what, 6 times? And the bugs are fucked every time
Me: Technically only twice, The rest were just releases on other platforms. No wait, 3 times, VR counts cuz its a different engine.
So first up, 76 was an experiment that went wrong. It was outsourced to a new studio they had worked with in the past that they now owned, and it was to help teach the new studio how to use the creation engine dev tools. Their real mistake was trying to market it like a full game. But I blame zenimax for that, not Bethesda. Literally, Bethesda maryland had nothing to do with it.
As for the bugs, well Bethesda isn't lazy, they're just incompetent. They lost all of their good coders after Morrowind because of what happened to Julian and Chris Weaver. If you don't know that story, Julian was the chief engineer when Bethesda was founded by Chris, and the Elder Scrolls was his project, he made it based on a DnD game he had with his friends. He and his friends made TES 1, and TES 2, but the company started going through troubles so he worked on some side projects, like Battlespire, a TES spinoff game. But by the time work on TES3 had started, he learned that they had basically started it without him, and he basically got super offended and left, among the reason that the general culture had changed.
Chris' story is a lot more.... hostile. So Chris founded Bethesda, then when he realized the company was going under after TES2, decided to make Zenimax and Bethesda Softworks, rebranding Bethesda as Bethesda Game Studios. So basically, there are 2 bethesdas, and zenimax owns them both now. He did this so people wouldn't buy Bethesda and they could maintain their autonomy, pushing a structure that made Zenimax take care of the business stuff, while BGS focuses solely on making games. Softworks exists to publish their games, and only has like 3 employees. All three of which also work for Zenimax except Pete Hines, but Pete doesn't show up till later. Anyways, so Chris kind of realized he wasn't the best at business stuff, so he found this guy called Robert Altman to help him out. To make a long story short, Altman is a total dirtbag, who ended up pushing Chris out of his own company by hiring a board behind his back and firing him. Altman is also a convicted felon for white collar crimes, FYI. He did some shady shit with offshore banking or something I don't remember.
Anyways, so with Chris and Julian gone, pretty much everyone at Bethesda except Todd left, because they hated the way things were going. This meant they lost a lot of talent, which is why every game after Morrowind has been a total trainwreck internally. Its not that bethesda is lazy, its just that they've lacked talent and have been building on the work of the original people who worked there. I mean, if they knew how to fix the bugs, they would have lol. But, they're also on record saying they intentionally leave some bugs in, which is actually a verse later on in the song.
So moving on, the Nylon Bag fiasco. So, I dunno why people don't understand this, but all of Bethesda's merch is outsourced by a company called... shit I can't remember. Anyways, it's also not Bethesda doing that stuff, it's the company they hired to handle their merch, who also handle CS complaints too, which is where that quote came from.
Them: The fact they didnt check the quality of the product they outsourced pins the blame on them.
Me: I mean why would they? For 10 years now they have done fine. If you're the kind of person to micromanage a partner you've been with for 10 years, you're going to piss off your partner.
So the next verse talks about the Creation Engine. People always like to say "omg the engine is so old, BGS needs to get a new one." Like dudes, anyone who says that does not know how a game engine works. The Engine Halo ran on? Yeah same once since Halo 1, in fact Infinite is the only one using a new one. Source Engine? That shit old, but Half Life Alyx just came out, and it still uses the same engine since half life 2. The problem with Creation isn't the age of the engine, it's the competence of the engineers. Which like I said before, is pretty low ever since the Julian and Chris drama. In fact, technically Creation engine is brand new and has only been around since Skyrim :>
Netimerse, the engine they've been using, is fine. A lot of companies still use it for RPGs. Bethesda got netimerse, which was then known as Gamebyro, for Morrowind, and gave it a total facelift for Oblivion. Then, they gave it another facelift for skyrim, and since little of the original gamebyro remained, they rebranded it as Creation. What's that one boat thought experiment? Where if you replace all parts of the boat, is it the same boat? They took the old boat of netimerse and gave it a motor propeller, took down the sail and replaced it with a roof, removed all the wood and replaced it with metal, and that's what you have now. The thing is, there's a lot of holes in the hull because when they replaced the wood, they didn't know how to properly seal the metal. That's Bethedsa's engine situation in a nutshell.
Like the renderer in fallout 76 for example. It's a great piece of software, it's brand new, and allows for amazing lighting and distant scenery without FPS hogging. But, whoever implemented it just kinda shoved it in, and didn't synergize it with the LOD generation, so you have the sun fucking shining through hills. Fixing it is pretty easy, you just patch the renderer to take into account shit loaded by the billboards, but when they implemented it the engineer obviously didn't take that into account and didn't notice it during the heavily controlled tests either. So again, the engine is fine, the engineers aren't, which is why they're currently hiring for that position.
Them: how wouldnt they notice it?
Well when they playtest, they do it in controlled environments. I learned this when talking to Pete about fallout 4's production cycle. I'll get into this more later.
Aight, so the next verse in the song, the DLC bit. Ok so this one I'll actually blame Bethesda for all the way. Ok not all the way, Zenimax has a lot of fucking with this too. So fun fact, Bethesda is why we have DLC in literally every game now lol. Back when they were making Oblivion, Bethesda partnered with Microsoft to get it on the xbox 360. Back in Morrowind, the devs would create mods, some of which ended up being expansions or DLC, but it was all for free. Then Microsoft did the 360, which came with xbox live, and allowed you to buy things through the store, from the console, no need for discs. And they were all like, "Yo, Bethesda, test this out. Make some skins or something." So Bethesda made the infamous horse armor DLC. It was literally just armor, for your horse, that some NPCs would comment on. I think they also gave them a bonus to HP or something, but it was a simple mod that microsoft wanted Bethesda to sell as downloadable content (thats what DLC stands for, just in case you're totally new to gaming).
It's actually funny, cuz Bethesda was going to see it for like, $0.10, Then Microsoft is all like "Yo, we sell desktop screensavers for more than this" So they bumped it up to $2. Thus, they started selling all of their DLC. Except the other DLC were too big to download so they had to do it via discs again. Other companies took note, and started doing DLC seeing how widely successful Bethesda was with Oblivion and Fallout 3/NV. A lot of people say Bethesda does DLC right, because you have your base game, you can have fun with it, then later down the road the devs make more content for the game and sell it to you, and it's generally worth the price to get another storyline in another region or something. Then Ubisoft and Activision and EA really started to fuck with the concept of DLC by doing things like day 1 DLC, or making their games really bland and empty with the "real game" behind paywalls. So now everyone hates DLC because companies realized they can sell you a cheap game that isn't worth the $60 price tag, then sell parts of the already made game for $30 each
But, I say Bethesda isn't innocent because a few years ago, they tried to do this thing called Creation Club. So modding has been a thing in TES since morrowind, and it isn't the only game to do modding at that time, but it got pretty popular. And it only grew with Oblivion, Fallout, and Skyrim. In fact, I think Skyrim is one of the biggest modding communities ever, contested by only Minecraft. So Bethesda was all like "Yo, these talented people are putting hours of work into making free shit. They should be getting paid." But, unlike Half-Life, which literally just hires modders and helps them make a full game, Bethesda decided to go a different route. They created this thing called Creation Club, where you could submit mods, Bethesda would approve them based on quality, then sell them for you. Bethesda would get a cut, of course. This is where is starts to sound less good on paper
The idea though was always terrible, because the thing about mods is they were always free. DLC came around and we only accepted paying for it because it came from the actual developers. So charging people for something that has always been free really pisses them off, especially when the prices of these mods didn't really seem fair. $5 for a set of armor that you have to spawn in with console commands? Doesn't really seem like quality. Plus, with todays market of gamers already being pissed at the Nickle and diming of the way bigger companies are handling DLC, it just seemed like more bullshit you have to pay for. So yeah, people revolted, Steam realized it was a bad idea and pulled their support, but Bethesda went ahead with creation club anyways, rebranded as creation club. Anyways, the paid mods fiasco was partly bad planning, partly good intentions, and partly corporate greed. I tend to push all the corporate greed stuff to Zenimax, but I'm p sure Bethesda spearheaded this operation since Zenimax is full of people who don't even know what a mod is.
So the next verse in this song is the train head thing. People make fun of it like that's just Bethesda Incomitance Manifest. In reality, that's actually a good workaround for an engine that doesn't support trains. The following verse is about the memes generate from bugs. I mentioned earlier that bethesda purposefully leaves in bugs they think are funny because it adds to the experience. And this isn't them being out of touch, they actually removed the Giant Space Program bug, but the community demanded they add it back in because it was a hilarious bug. As for the spaceship with a dragon animation line, that's a jab at the reuse of skyrim assets in fallout 76 And fallout 4. Reusing assets isn't laziness if you do it right. Games like COD that make brand new assets for every level and almost never use anything twice are why those games have giant fucking file sizes. And take forever to make with staff many times larger than Bethedsa's.
god I'm only half way through this song....
Aight, so looting useless junk. It's probably a throwaway line, but useless junk is important for the game economy. Part of the fallout experience is literally digging through trash to find something useful, it really makes you feel like you're in a wasteland. As for skyrim, the power of a daedric sword would be null if you didn't have a cheap-ass iron dagger to give it relativity. The graphics argument.... ehhh, graphics is really subjective, but I thought fallout 4s graphics were p nice. I mean yeah, anything before Skyrim looked like melted plastic, and even Skyrim hasn't aged well so you need some mods to bring it to 2020. Something to keep in mind though about graphics is that bethesda games are unique sandboxes where everything interacts with each other. It's not like the Witcher where you pick items off a menu, you can actually drop shit, kick them around the game world, and etc. Little is actually baked into the environment because you can interact with everything, which is a huge FPS hog. So fallout 4 looking as good as it did was pretty cool, and I loved how the hair had animations and wasn't just stiff, and how the characters actually looked human. But it wasn't enough for a lot of people, so meh.
Them: The problem with 4 was the story and lack of options that the other games had (Excluding 3).
Me: Yeah I had a lot of issues with 4, graphics wasn't one of them
Finally nearing the end of the song. So now I can finally start agreeing and dissing on BGS. Half dozen peasants with the same ugly face. That's a legit complaint, because Morrowind had scores of NPCs. Oblivion had to dial it back because of the dynamic AI and RAM restrictions of the 360. In fact, a lot of people blame the 360 for all of the tech restrictions of oblivion. And the faces were super ugly, I don't think anyone can defend that. The towns are small, but again that's tech restrictions. Sorta.
One huge difference between TES2 and TES3+, which you can also say a difference between Julian and Todd's game philosophy, is Julian wanted full sized worlds with an actual population of NPCs and full sized cities. Todd on the other hand, made the choice in TES3 to scale back the world, and focus on quality over quantity. Now, here is where I can actually agree where Bethesda is lazy. In Skyrim, they used copypasted caves/dungeons. Few were actually unique. This might be because of the 11/11/11 release date, but the total lack of imagination really killed the dungeon grind.
Now onto infinite quests. Yeah they kinda suck. Procedural quests was a selling point of Skyrim that really underwhelmed people. Then Fallout 4 took that to 11. It worked better in Skyrim because of the way the sandbox worked, but there was totally room for more dynamics. The procedural quests basically created 1 of 3 different kind of quests per guild, and some would randomly pick an AI from the town to go rescue or something. In fallout 4, you had 2 kinds of quests, shared across each faction, and now they're even less unique because they all boil down to "go kill everyone in this building" According to my talks with Pete, this was an oversite because those quests were placeholders that accidently made it into the final game. They were there to test the new combat engine, play testers would take a quest then go shoot up a place and report any bugs. They were supposed to flesh them out with more dynamics, but forgot because the note to do that got lost, and from the design POV the quests were fully developed and functioning. So it totally flew under the radar. Next verse!
So anyways, the perk tree bit was a jab at the lack of role playing aspects in bethesda's roleplaying games. This is a legit complaint because Bethesda is trying to steamline their games to reach wider audiences, but are alienating their hardcore fans in the process. Thats all I have to say about that. Wait, I think that was the last verse. Yup, that was it. Well, except for the little lies bit In the chorus. People accuse Todd of lying a lot, when really he wasn't. Like the chess club bit, that was a joke. Everything else were about features that were intended to be in the game, but cut for various reasons. Todd doesn't know when/if features are going to get cut, so it's unfair to say he's a liar when they do. That's also why they aren't talking about Starfield or TES6. At all. They're sick of being called liars because things they want in the game get axed.
Whelp thats everything! If you actually read everything, get a life lol.
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