CoreyLaddo, back at it again with the tremendous use of Half-Life: Alyx assets in Source Filmmaker. This time, he’s enlisted the assistance of one JapaneseBushBaby who has an amazing G-man voice. It’s not quite Michael Shapiro, but it’s absolutely close enough!
Source Filmmaker truly is the gift to machinima that keeps on giving.
I’m just going to repost this here, because Inside Gaming is a great channel and I enjoy it and it’s good. On top of that, I have to say, they referred to blitzchung’s ban, because who hasn’t forgotten about that? (Actually, I did because it’s rngStone.)
It seems like Facebook can’t handle a few moments of not being in the limelight. Reporting from The Verge indicates that FB will be deprecating support for standalone Oculus user accounts in the near future. New users will be required to associate their device with a FB account, while existing users will be prompted to merge their Oculus account into a FB account.
Nobody should be surprised by this, given the company‘s history of forcing “external” services to integrate into the umbrella of the main FB service. This is par for the course when it comes to management of user information spread as a corporation grows and wants to either create new systems or persuade users to give another more modern system a shot.
In the case of Oculus, it’s a bit more complicated than simply merging a couple of databases, as the Oculus account method doubled as an entire digital rights management system complete with financial credential holding. If Facebook wasn’t already in possession of your financial details, this change will definitely give them access.
Most users who just want to continue to use their device are either going to pile into the ‘who cares, stop bugging me’ camp or the ‘fuck FB’ camp—and given the recent Epic vs. 30% developments, the latter camp might gather a few more loyalties than it might have at another time.