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Lewie Procter
A guy on the internet. I used to run .
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Lewie Procter 17h
Replying to @SanatanaMishra
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Lewie Procter 17h
Replying to @SanatanaMishra
Eyes Wide Shut.
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Lewie Procter 21h
Replying to @HoegLaw
Lol revoking a users dev mode access would be more likely I imagine.
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Lewie Procter 21h
Replying to @HoegLaw
I dunno if they want the headache of policing usage of developer mode, nor do I think they want to implement potentially complex technical measures targeting emulation specifically. I don't see an easy solution from their end, even though they'd likely be ideologically amenable.
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Lewie Procter 21h
Replying to @HoegLaw
Were there a straightforward "revoke permission" option from MS's end I'd agree, but I think the system is implement in a manner that doesn't require permission from MS on a case by case basis.
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Lewie Procter 21h
Replying to @HoegLaw
But my understanding is that from a technical standpoint, the developer mode as currently implemented will allow to run essentially any code that can be compiled as an UWP app. There's no MS approval required (much like Windows software).
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Lewie Procter 21h
Replying to @HoegLaw
What mechanism do you think would even be used to limit this happening? Given the infrastructure MS have setup, I imagine C&D from Sony/Nintendo to Retroarch would be the most obvious way. Which I could see Retroarch fighting.
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Lewie Procter 21h
Replying to @HoegLaw
Aye, I saw it the other day. Very interesting.
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Lewie Procter 21h
Replying to @HoegLaw
To what extent do you think a YouTube/Twitch channel could constitute an "archive"? I also somewhat think an Emulator running on an Xbox to some extent is a mechanism for bypassing copy protection that the original (eg) PS2 hardware features.
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Lewie Procter 22h
Replying to @HoegLaw
But yeah this is a very curious situation, where the arguments aren't functionally all that different to Emulators on Windows, but the optics are of course very different.
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Lewie Procter 22h
Replying to @HoegLaw
Very much appreciating you leaving the screen paused on God Hand for an extended period of time.
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Lewie Procter Nov 29
There's a universe ending threat, some people get tortured, then there's a prolonged action sequence culminating in violent murder, and the cast shout at each other whilst running around a lot.
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Vincent D'Onofrio Nov 25
Sign this people, for Save Daredevil.
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Lewie Procter Nov 28
Replying to @LewieP
Genuinely leaning more towards a new Xbox over a PS5 because of (unofficial) PS1/PS2 support.
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Lewie Procter Nov 28
Xbox just beat PlayStation.
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Lewie Procter Nov 28
Replying to @DaveOshry
Proton for Mac when
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Lewie Procter Nov 28
"I am truly sorry for what I did 20 years ago." Thought this might have been him opening up about the work he did for Mossad and the CIA.
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Lewie Procter Nov 28
Rishi Sunak broke the ministerial code? I guess he's going to have to [suffer no consequences whatsoever].
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Lewie Procter Nov 27
Replying to @standardman
really the biggest downside is that they've not moved on much from the 16-bit era, when there are lots of Sega classics (esp arcade games) from just after that era begging for good modern rereleases.
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Lewie Procter Nov 27
Replying to @standardman
this is an excellent documentary
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