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Privay Policy Update

We’ve updated the Tripwire Privacy Notice under our Policies to be clearer about our use of customer information to come in line with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules that come into force today (25th May 2018). The following are highlights of our changes:

We’ve incorporated the relevant concepts from the GDPR including joining the EU and Swiss Privacy Shield framework. We’ve added explanations for why and how Tripwire processes customer data and the types of data that we process, as well as information about your data protection rights.

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The following is a list of some things that MAY be considered "offensive" by the moderators and the team. This is NOT an exclusive list and it does depend very much on context.

Crossing the line into "offensive" territory is likely to get you asked to change your name, sig or avatar or to withdraw/delete posts. This will be done politely by the moderators. If you refuse to comply further action WILL be taken once started, ultimately leading to banning from the forums.

A key point: please attempt to use your brains. What is mild humour to you may well be deeply offensive to others. While we have no intention of acting as politically-correct "thought police", we are on the lookout for those things that can cause offense and, in some cases, are actually still illegal in some jurisdictions.
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  6. Use of symbolism and regalia recalling Stalinism.
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So people get the idea, some examples that would be considered offensive, numbered as above:
  1. "Hitler", "Beria"
  2. "NKVD Blocking Detachment", "Einsatzgruppen"
  3. This one should be pretty obvious...
  4. So should this - and it includes calling all Germans "Nazis" and all Soviets/Russians "Commies". It got boring 50 years ago, so stop it.
  5. Use of swastikas, fasces, SS-runes and so on for the Axis.
  6. There is actually very little overt symbolism from the Stalinist era; the hammer-and-sickle isn't offensive per se.

A simple rule-of-thumb: many Europeans find Nazi symbolism of any sort offensive; many Americans still find Soviet symbolism offensive. Engage your brain before using.

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  • #31
    Originally posted by Amit1256
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    • #32
      Originally posted by Gregs2k2 View Post
      We bagged another exclusive Q&A, this time with the Co-founder of Stainless Games. We probe about the state of their recent release of Carmageddon: Reincarnation.
      Kind of disappointing review, didn't really ask any relevant questions just shat on them and kept asking them if they were gonna fix their game and make it better, then the interview was over after like 5 questions. Would have liked some questions like: Are the new cars nearing completion, where's the Iron Maiden in the soundtrack, how happy are they with the overall game, anything they're planning to add to it?


      • #33
        It wasn't a review, it was a Q&A with a view to answering the most frequently asked questions on the Steam forums. It was aimed at performance mainly as that's the main thing crippling the game.

        And as for "shatting" on them. That wasn't the aim of the Q&A. It's a no-nonsense, no sugar-coating interview, which Nobby was very happy to partake in and am sure he appreciated. It's not like we were calling him or his staff incompetent fools or idiots. As for the cars and soundtrack, I think they need to focus on fixing the game first before even thinking about additional content.
        Last edited by Gregs2k2; 07-23-2015, 03:22 PM.


        • #34
          I must be one of the few people who didn't find the framerate issues with Carma Reincarnated to be an issue, at all. I've got a pretty beefy rig but....I don't expect flawless 60FPS all the time always. I think they got an unreasonable amount of **** for the game's performance. The only real problem it has IMO is loading times. Maybe people figure dropping $1k+ on a gaming PC entitles them to ***** a blue streak over performance. Arkham Knight has performance issues worth *****ing about. Carma Reincarnated doesn't even come close to that.
          Map design is really just a mild form of insanity.


          • #35
            I get good performance with Carmageddon as well, not any real complaints. And no, it's not additional content, it's part of what was promised. Project X and the Heinzmobile are supposed to be coming out, vehicles with tank track mechanics. Anyway I didn't realize it was fan questions I thought it was interviewer questions so that's different. But don't take my critiques personally, no sugar here either but that doesn't mean I'm ****ting on you hehe.


            • #36
              Originally posted by Oy The Destroyer View Post
              But don't take my critiques personally, no sugar here either but that doesn't mean I'm ****ting on you hehe.
              Absolutely not my friend. It's nice to hear other people's opinions. The game does run OK (not amazing) on my rig (GTX 970, 12GB DDR3 RAM, Intel i7 960 CPU) but I have to leave settings as they are or even dial things down slightly.

              It's healthy conversation, it's all good.
              Last edited by Gregs2k2; 07-24-2015, 04:43 AM.


              • #37
                Well, the whole interview I made was about the concerns about the performance and the low graphics, content comes second if the game is being refunded in such a high rate, if they don't earn money with the game because people are getting refunds because it runs so badly on most pc's then they wont be able to add anything new to it, only a few has a pc capable of running it over 40 fps, in a racing game, and especially one that looks like a game from 2005 people expect it to run nice on all systems, that's the main flaw of the game, the average gamer around only has a mid range system, a game can be heavy and run poorly but in exchange it has to deliver massive eye candy so people are happy with it, but Carmageddon doesn't have it.


                • #38
                  Well I hope they can use this experience and make a better sequel, cause Reincarnation is pretty good other than the framerate issues.


                  • #39
                    After a bit of a break, we bring you an impressions video of Avalanche's Mad Max game.



                    • #40
                      Thought it was time I dipped my toe into the video review pond. Feedback is welcome, as always. - there's even some KF2 footage in there as well.



                      • #41
                        Our third video hardware review, AOC's G2460PF gaming monitor. Enjoy.



                        • #42
                          More content. This time here's some closed beta footage with thoughts and system settings of Rainbow 6 Siege.



                          • #43

                            We're giving away 3 beta keys for Ubisoft's upcoming team based tactical combat shooter, Rainbow 6 Siege.

                            The Closed Beta has been extended through the rest of the weekend, ending on October 4th. In order to be in with a chance to snag a key, enter the the comment "HURT ME BOSS" in the announcement comments - first come, first served.

                            Good luck!

                            1 key has gone already - congrats to [IJC] Ivan. Have fun!
                            Last edited by Gregs2k2; 10-01-2015, 12:49 PM.


                            • #44
                              Our fourth hardware review is up! BenQ's XL2730Z gaming monitor.



                              • #45
                                You could do a hardware review with the topic HDMI-cable vs. Steamlink
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