JamieLinux

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  1. I think people are just passionate , everyone just wants them to enjoy there game with the most amount of people . I personally am not hostel to anyone and respect others view points even if we do not agree and cannot see eye to eye. If it seems that way by my posts I just want to re assure you I am not .
  2. Yeah it is your opinion you assume they are right. Just like you offered your opinion that you assumed that court case was like this and it's not. As I said we can agree to disagree and leave it at that. Good day to you sir / madam. Please do not Assume I am personally attacking you when I was not. I was just pointing out it can work both ways. I would not personally attack anyone for there view point. I respect your view point and leave it at that.
  3. Honestly you are right, there will be a few outcomes we get an official statement, on the stance, sometime down the road every dev opens up there owns streaming service and it becomes Netflix and launcher gate all over again , or it eventually goes to court and the court decides. Not saying TLD or Nvida is going so sue, do not assume I mean that. I am just saying some time down the road there maybe a lawsuit and then the courts decide what is legal and not when it comes down to it.
  4. You are right there is no point in trying to show you the other side of the coin, you can ASSUME I am claiming it as fact , and or do not fully understand how the service works., you also you seem to close your mind that they could be wrong. We are just going to agree to disagree and leave it at that. Thank you for your time and your input. Just like you ASSUME the developers are right. You also assumed that I was saying it was fact. When I did not.
  5. I never said it was fact , I said there has not been legal precedent, there is not . I remember that case however unlike Aereo who was giving them content that they had no right to give to there subscribers Geforce Now does not. Seriously you want to talk about doing homework , why don't you do some research on VPS, and virtual desktops then comeback with a different prescriptive. As I said I respect there rights to control what PLATFORM there game is on, if Nviida or any other company was just giving away free copies with there service, and or making the PC version and Steam work on Xbox
  6. Here let me put it another way . I can stream it anywhere in the world on my xbox, xbox one x, ps4 or pro . No issues dev doesn't care. However gfn which is a service on a pc platform ....they take issue with only after 2 years of it on gfn., and only after Nvidia started a 5 dollar a month paid service for hardware access.. mind you it's still on steam nothing else changed.... Yeah would really love a explanation for that one .
  7. I got tired of fighting with my Samsung's auto corrections
  8. Not necessarily. There is no legal precedent set at the present time so everything going on is within the realm of unlawfullness. Nvidia is trying to stay on side with devs so their policy is to remove any game that is requested, but they could just stop obliging and put the matter to the courts, who will likely take all facts into account and rule against the publishers and studio's since the only reason they are against it is because they can't double dip on profits The Long Dark doesn't have a 3rd party EULA - if you purchase it on steam it uses steam's EULA. The steam EULA mention
  9. This , hinderland really does need a pr person to handle these questions and twitter really is not the best way to pose your stance .
  10. Nvidia removed it because they still have to work with developers. Not because what they did was wrong . Secondly this remains to be seen as gfn is a service not a platform. PC is still the platform there is some other issues that need to be worked out . Are they actually violating customer rights by removing the game being able to be streamed via gfn. Because the customers paid to pay a pc game on steam via there pc of choice. That choice happens to be a geforce vps .
  11. You are welcome, and thank you for the catch on the developers part , I fixed it, that was actually an auto-correct issue.
  12. OK , The Long Dark was added to GFN 2 years ago. @jeffpeng, only after Nviida started charging for GFN did they take issue with it, and so did Blizzard and a few others, mind you Act-Blizzard, has a clause in there EULA that specifically states they do not allow cloud based computing access, it has been that way for awhile, I assume it has to do with the amount of botnets that were in wow for awhile spamming gold selling . Far enough, however them choosing to enforce it now instead of before was kinda suspect. Anyways . The Long Dark never had such an Eula, actually, I cant seem to find a
  13. as far as displaying a logo and saying something works with another product , that would be up to a court to determine if it was infringement or not . It would be hard to say it is infringement considering most manufactures of anything use another companies logo and or part of there artwork to display that there product will work with another product or service. Example how many times do you see Netflix , Youtube, IPTV or some other logo on another device , BD player, or TV. Yes Strada = Platform, Xbox , PS4, Wii U, Switch , PC (this includes Mac and Linux) are Platforms. Dis
  14. The difference is xbox and ps4 are diffrent platforms like strada is a platform . Gfn is a service that rents pc hardware . Steam is the distributor. You rent VPS from nvidia to attach your weaker PC to so you can use there good hardware to play your legally owned and paid for products. You are not trying to play it on another platform. Using the modded xbox and or ps4 is irrelevant as they are already extablished consoles . Also we were not talking about nodding them . But hey you wanna try to mod an xbox one and make pc games run on it more power to ya. I wouldn't want
  15. Honestly read this article, while Nvidia is not rosy, I really do think it comes down to Hinderland studios does not understand what GFN is. https://www.forbes.com/sites/erikkain/2020/03/03/why-the-long-dark-developer-is-wrong-to-pull-the-game-from-geforce-now/#22c6f8f0ad2d Snippit: “Sorry to those who are disappointed you can no longer play #thelongdark on GeForce Now,” writes Lierop. “Nvidia didn't ask for our permission to put the game on the platform so we asked them to remove it. Please take your complaints to them, not us. Devs should control where their games ex