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They need to put in chat bubbles and fix keybind labels on abilities...

Chat bubbles take away from immersion, so they said they won't have them. That was awhile though.. no idea if it's still the same case.

Keybinds labels still don't work in GW1. Don't expect anything different, since they are using the exact same input methods. Disappointing I know.
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Ah.
I remember in 2004 / 2005. I was told by tech support to downclock my CPU & GPU as some games were very picky about OC's.
Always thought it was garbage. But yeahh, if you do it wrong, it will have bad effects...still. It's pretty hard to not do it right.
I'd say it'd take more effort to do it wrong.
Some old games assumed they ran at a specific FPS rate, and didn't adjust to higher or lower speeds. This means that time, as far as the game was concerned, moved slower or faster relative to the FPS they thought it would run at (since the game doesn't count time in seconds, but in frames -- modern games adjust everything according to FPS - e.g. you move faster at a lower FPS, since you get fewer "steps" per second).
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1 hour 20 minutes.

This sums up my reaction perfectly:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MiVjitccnE
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Some old games assumed they ran at a specific FPS rate, and didn't adjust to higher or lower speeds. This means that time, as far as the game was concerned, moved slower or faster relative to the FPS they thought it would run at (since the game doesn't count time in seconds, but in frames -- modern games adjust everything according to FPS - e.g. you move faster at a lower FPS, since you get fewer "steps" per second).

I played some old games and got stuck because a event happened when it wasn't suppose too.. basically because I was running 300+ fps when the game assumed 30fps. Had to reload saved game with fps capped to 30fps. Needless to say, at the time I was very surprised at this.

I believe the game was Red Faction 1.
Edited by Murlocke - 4/27/12 at 10:42am
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My reaction:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1248845/ncsoft-sucks-the-big-one-again

No offense man, I know your having a tough time but i'm kind of tired of hearing about it all the time. We all know NCsoft screwed you over, but I still feel there's something your not telling us. A company just doesn't terminate your account and your pre-purchase, without refunding you, just because your account got hacked. It would be illegal.

I feel you should keep calling them, ask for a manager, and threaten legal action instead of complaining on these forums. If you are telling the truth, worse case, call your credit card company and tell them you want to file a charge back on the credit card you used because they refused to give you the product you paid for.

I still don't understand what the problem was. You just needed to simply change your NCSoft master account password, and your GW2 password at the same time. If you kept getting hacked after that then it WAS a keylogger even if you want to claim you don't have one. It's possible the guy accessed your email too, which would allow him to reset the password and change it again, which is why you should of changed that too.

If NCsoft closed your account, it was probably because they determined the problem was on your end and that it would keep getting hacked. I'm sure they'd reopen the account if you asked, but until you fix the problem, it will just keep happening again. Just because nothing is detecting a keylogger doesn't mean it's not on there.
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