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[–] MeatsOfRage 12 points 6 hours ago (4 children)

Any reason to think this would be a probable takedown? Mods on Bethesda games have historically been a thriving community unless they directly infringe on another company's copyright.

[–] MeatsOfRage 34 points 7 hours ago* (last edited 7 hours ago) (6 children)

If you're unaware of the recent history of this project, the big Fallout 4 update that came out a few months ago broke this project. GOG worked with them to build an installer that would downgrade Fallout 4 to the required version to run this (hence the GOG logo at the start). Good guy GOG to the rescue.

[–] MeatsOfRage 18 points 1 day ago (1 children)

Correction, a small computer and color LCD have been stuffed into a VMU plastic shell to play Sega Genesis games

[–] MeatsOfRage 2 points 1 day ago

This guy wrote a game that can fit in a QR code

[–] MeatsOfRage 3 points 1 day ago

Upgrading your PuurrrC

[–] MeatsOfRage 10 points 2 days ago

PC gamers be like "framerate dropped to 675, unplayable"

[–] MeatsOfRage 5 points 2 days ago

I second this. The loot system is really good in this season.

[–] MeatsOfRage 41 points 3 days ago (3 children)
[–] MeatsOfRage 43 points 3 days ago (1 children)

Without the result this video is a nothing burger.

[–] MeatsOfRage 1 points 3 days ago

I feel like they were dipping their toes in this with Nomi in No Time To Die, then all the feedback instead was Ana De Armas needs her own Bond spin-off.

[–] MeatsOfRage 12 points 3 days ago (14 children)

I've wanted to try Evangelion but I have no idea what's the right way to watch it 😂

submitted 1 month ago* (last edited 1 month ago) by MeatsOfRage to c/albumartporn

Basically as the title says. We have semi frequent power outages where I live. The noise machine in my daughter's room goes out and wakes her up. If I were to buy a USB powered one, plug it into a power bank like one of those 10000ma ones you get for charging cell phones, would it have continuous power. Basically like a cheap UPS

submitted 3 months ago* (last edited 3 months ago) by MeatsOfRage to c/pics

We were traveling through Malta in 2018 when I came across this. According to the locals it had crashed up on shore about a month prior. They didn't know what to do so they tied it off until they could come up with a solution. My personal favorite of the photos I took. The two guys below were exploring the ship. Thought it would ruin the shot but it ended up adding some good scale.

submitted 5 months ago* (last edited 5 months ago) by MeatsOfRage to c/selfhosted

I'm thinking about moving my PC out to the living room and streaming back to my office when I need to. I've used a number of moonlight clients with mixed results.

Apple TV and Xbox Series X, terrible with massive lag.

Android with Nvidia shield pro or Chromecast with Google TV, not bad but not amazing,

MacOS client on MacBook pro and Google pixel 6 pro over wifi 6, perfect feels like it's on the same machine.

Before I go through all the effort of setting up the Raspberry Pi 4 just wondering if anyone has any first hand experience on the quality of the stream


Most of my collection is just the movie rips of just the video that play fine in Plex or Jellyfin. I've got a couple of full disc rips though that have the menus and features and all just like you would if you put the disc in. I can open these in VLC on my computer by choosing the folder.

My living room setup is an Apple TV as the primary streaming device but I also have an Nvidia Shield pro and Google TV Chromecast.

Is there any way to stream these over the network into some kind of app on any of these devices?


After some looking around Kodi might be able to do what I want. Going to investigate further.


The Kodi repo with the required addon (HEVC kodi bluray addon) seems to be down, maybe permanently :/ Still looking for a solution


Ok so here's the rules

  • I just bet on red every time
  • I start with 1 dollar
  • every time I lose, I triple my previous bet
  • every time I win I restart

I'm going to simulate 10 games

  • Game 1 - Bet $1 Lose
  • Game 2 - Bet $3 Lose
  • Game 3 - Bet $9 Win $18
  • Game 4 - Bet $1 Lose
  • Game 5 - Bet $3 Lose
  • Game 6 - Bet $9 Win $18
  • Game 7 - Bet $1 Lose
  • Game 8 - Bet $3 Lose
  • Game 9 - Bet $9 Lose
  • Game 10 - Bet $18 Win $36

In this simulation I'm losing at a rate of 70%. In reality the lose rate is closer to 52%. I put in $54 but I'm walking away with $72, basically leaving the building with $18.

Another example. Let's pretend I walk in with $100,000 to bet with. I lose my first 10 games and win the 11th.

  • 1 lose
  • 3 lose
  • 9 lose
  • 27 lose
  • 81 lose
  • 243 lose
  • 729 lose
  • 2187 lose
  • 6561 lose
  • 19683 lose
  • 59049 win $118098

$88573 spent out of pocket, $118098 won

Walk out with roughly $29525.

I get most casinos won't let you be that high but it's a pretty extreme example anyway, the likelyhood of losing 10/11 games on 48% odds is really unlikely.

So help me out here, what am I missing?


This feels like a common courtesy I don't see enough, particularly the second point. In a conversation circle, always try to keep your side vision open to people trying to find their way in. It can be awkward to try and find your own way in so giving them a spot tells them they're included then drop a quick brief on the conversation "We're talking about pineapples on pizza, good or bad" gives them context to jump in immediately.


I'm looking for some game recommendations. I feel like a ton of these games exist but they're riddled with IAP. I don't mind paying a little to buy the game. I have the play pass but so many of these games are active involvement and landscape orientation. I like to have an extra hand free and landscape requires both hands on. But really want passive engagement. Like as soon as I stop playing the game is waiting for me. Example games:


Magnet Balls

Free Cell


Card Thief

Knights of Pen and Paper

Games like Slay the Spire (but portrait). Although I've never really found a Slay the Spire-like that didn't feel like a watered down version of STS

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