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Wow, what an obnoxiously elitist attitude. Gatekeeping gamers like you make gaming worse for everyone. Try being inclusive, your life might just be happier.
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What’s up with the gatekeeping? Difficulty sliders are a good thing, it allows more people to enjoy the game. That also means more sales, meaning you’re more likely to get another Metroid. I don’t understand this elitist attitude.
Nintendo has always been at least half a generation (for lack of a better phrase) behind when it comes to power of their consoles
Not always. Since the Wii, yes this is true they’ve been less powerful. But prior to that, Nintendo often had very competitive hardware. The Gamecube was more powerful than the PS2. The N64 was more powerful than the PS1 or Saturn. It wasn’t until the Wii they changed their strategy and stopped competing on hardware capability.
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Nope. The EU specifically said that a device that uses wireless charging would not have to include a USB-C port. Apple would be free to sell portless phones in the EU under this rule.
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Hahaha this. We need an expose on the bike light manufacturers!
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"Instead of redesigning everything, they may just include a Lightning to female USB-C adapter for whichever product they are forced to support USB-C in the EU market."
Um, no. Apple has already done that in the EU. This law would specifically require them to have the USB-C port in the device, an adapter dongle wouldn’t be allowed.
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