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  1. I really wanted to do something for this, but other things got in the way I have the sad face now
  2. just a little more info. I *think* lacie uses WD drives in their externals. And WD is my go-to for drives. Nobody else :3
  3. I'll backup LaCie. I have 2 1TB external LaCie drives, and they have always worked 100% and ive had them for a good 3+ years now.
  4. The album sold quite well at Acen and I am quite happy about it. Posted up the link to Purchasing info! http://www.djsbx.com/?page_id=309 There is also a bundle for if you havent bought the first one yet
  5. Well, I'd like to happily announce me and DJ MesoPhunk's 2nd album. Featuring UK Hardcore/J-Core/Funkot/Makina/Trance/Psy-Orch/Trancecore Featuring some great Remixers and 12 whole unreleased tracks, this album is sure to out do the last one in many ways. Title: The Royal Sampler Vol. 2: This Time It's Personal Catalogue No.: MDSBCD-002 Format: CD-R Pre-Release Date: April 27th at Anime Central, being sold at the MyDJSoBad Booth. Release Date: May 2nd is when anybody can order a copy from myself. Track Previews: (no soundcloud embedding ) http://soundcloud.com/djsymbiotix/the-royal-sampler-vol-2-this How to Purchase: http://www.djsbx.com/?page_id=309
  6. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA That's actually a joke me and some friends have going. That being said.. the english translation for that song is horrendous!
  7. He's right. The bass is too fucking heavy.
  8. Well, my first passion was Compsci. While in highschool I started doing the music thing, and got *really* into it during university. I'm graduated now, and work as a.. sort of everything kind of guy (as far as comp sci goes). So now I do music during most of my spare time, and I have a career that funds it. 2 Years ago, I bought some DJ gear, and I spin at clubs/Anime Cons/etc here and there whenever I get a gig. I'd love to make music/DJ as a living. But until I got really well known it definitely wouldn't pay as well as my current job, and that kinda sucks, but that's the industry, and there isn't too much you can do about it.
  9. Really cool track Currently working on an album, but if my time predictions work out, I should hopefully have everything worked out by the end of the month, or 2 weeks into April, leaving me with *enough* time to make a remix for this.
  10. SenPi

    On-Disc DLC

    it's funny to me because a company could technically complete a shit ton of DLC before a game goes gold, but hides it and releases it a while after the game comes out and all of you would be completely happy with it. The only difference here is that you know about it. Also, this chart is somewhat relevant, while not 100% relevant to the on disc dlc thing. http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/17eig06xukt8apng/original.png (I hope you guys enjoy people losing jobs just so you can get content after the game comes out ) As a customer I want all companies to give everything they make for free. I don't care what goes on in the background. I don't care if/how they make money. I want it all for free. Those are my expectations, and it's their responsibility to meet those expectations, end of story.
  11. SenPi

    On-Disc DLC

    define *fine* Also, I'm allowed to argue Micro-Biology even though I know nothing about it? Awesome! My main point I guess, is it's fine to talk about how this affects you, and how you feel about it, but when people start saying things like "who cares if they originally decided it was DLC, if it was done before hand they should just give it to people for free", then I'm going to introduce the fact that they don't know what it's like to plan, schedule, budget, etc, etc, etc a game like that. When you budget for certain things it's not easy to just go "oh well, we should just give it to them for free", just because it was finished a little early. The budget was already spent on creating this extra content, and so because they were efficient and finished it early, they should be penalized for it? (using the "something was completed ahead of schedule" example). People like to pretend that every company is out to get them. While I agree that some companies pull some bullshit, people like to lump EVERYBODY in to that category, without trying to put their feet in the companies shoes, or without thinking of possible situations that these companies go through.
  12. SenPi

    On-Disc DLC

    I like the part where everybody in this thread owns a video game company that puts million and millions of dollars in to their games and knows about all the monetary implications of the industry.
  13. http://soundcloud.com/djsymbiotix
  14. SenPi

    On-Disc DLC

    *shrugs* I just use the broad term since I learned a broad range of things in the field. Wouldn't really make sense to say "I'm an X(specific term), and as such I should know about datamining", when datamining probably doesn't quite fall in to the X category. While using the broad term makes more sense to me. p.s. aaaaaand.. lets stop discussing this in this thread
  15. SenPi

    On-Disc DLC

    Is that not the proper term? Compsci = Computer Scientist what do all these other people you know say?
  16. SenPi

    On-Disc DLC

    imo only if it refers to companies making you pay for core/critical content.
  17. SenPi

    On-Disc DLC

    Somebody mentioned Day-1 dlc, so I was just offering my counter argument to that point. And perhaps here is another explanation as to why SFxT has on disc DLC. Expanding on Malaki's post a bit. Lets say the studio says "Ok we're going to have X and Y in the game, and Z will be DLC". Maybe the people who were working on Z got it done quicker than usual, or X and Y took longer than anticipated. It was *already* planned that Z was going to be DLC, and they aren't just going to include it for free if it was already planned to be paid content. The revenue was already planned for, and if they just included it, then that is lost revenue. So maybe they said, "well lets just put it on the disc so we dont have to waste bandwidth, and so users dont have to waste so much time downloading it" Of course, this is all speculation. I'm just trying to point out that there may be other reasons then "lolololololololololololol money!" p.s. DLC is what the industry is heading to. Get over it, and quit bitching. p.p.s. I will also agree with people who are mad about having to buy *critical* parts of a game. p.p.p.s. money is the new cheat codes
  18. SenPi

    On-Disc DLC

    Yeah, I have some friends that use the term like you did, and couldn't help from giving a correction. Seems to be one of those somewhat widely spread terms that isn't used correctly Edit: and so I can actually add to the conversation. Day 1 DLC (the kind that's online) doesn't necessarily mean the content was done before/as the game went gold. There is a period of time between gold and release where companies could make some dlc. Edit 2: in response to XZero about how we used to have to accomplish certain tasks to unlock characters. Think about it this way. What if somebody really really likes a character and wants to use them, but unlocking that character is too big a feat for them. Now they can just pay to unlock that character instead of wasting countless hours trying to do an 'old skool' unlock. As lazy as that sounds, I'm sure there are people out there. Like the re-release of street fighter 3: third strike for instance. You could either beat the game with *every* character to unlock Gil, or you can buy him, if you don't feel like doing all that.
  19. SenPi

    On-Disc DLC

    And just because I'm a computer scientist and actually did a project on datamining. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_mining tl;dr: datamining does not mean looking through data and hex editing stuff to unlock it, or whatever you kids are doing these days
  20. I wouldn't say that the galactic soccer was very hard, but lockstep definitely. At first I couldn't watch it because the background changing screwed me up lol. Honestly the hardest one for me on the DS was the ping pong one. As for this one, things get a bit harder later on. Remix 10 is a bit of a beating actually.
  21. damn it.. I wish I had more experience in C++, and 3D stuff. Ive only ever dabbled in 2D stuff
  22. and what was that file? As far as I know, google ignores all that junk either way, or something..
  23. haha well actually. I was playing the japanese version on my US Wii, and the US Wii doesn't have any japanese characters installed, so whenever there was dynamic text (i.e. not pictures), it would just show nothing, or a question mark. Good times
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