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  1. price—specifically, that the Fallout Script Extender (FOSE) no longer works, and so all of the many mods that rely on it have also stopped working. Oops. That's a pretty big problem, made worse by the fact that the creators "do not have a timeframe for when FOSE can be updated to this new version" of the game. Enter the Fallout Anniversary Patcher, by mod maker lStewieAl, which restores FOSE functionality by downgrading Fallout 3 to the pre-update version 1.7.0.3, while maintaining the removal of Games for Windows Live dependences. It also automatically loads FOSE when Fallout 3 is started (if it's installed) and enables the game to use 4GB of RAM: Some older Bethesda games, including Fallout 3, have a 2GB limit on RAM usage, and patching that up to 4GB can have a very positive impact on performance. The patch will work with both the standard and Game of the Year editions of Fallout 3 on Steam or GOG. Once it's installed you can boot the game however you like—through Steam or GOG, the launcher, or any mod manager—but if you want FOSE to auto-load you'll need to do it with the Fallout3.exe directly, so you'll probably want to create a shortcut. The patcher doesn't include any copyrighted files so you'll need a legitimate copy of Fallout 3 to use it, and it should not be used to install Tale of Two Wastelands 3.2—use this downgrader instead. It's a bit odd that Fallout 3 would shed GFWL at this very late juncture, although as Shaun speculated when it happened last week, Microsoft's still-relatively-new ownership of Bethesda may have had something to do with it. Whatever the reason, it's good news for fans, who are still playing Fallout 3 in surprising numbers: The average concurrent player count over the past 30 days is 347, which is awfully impressive for a 13-year-old singleplayer RPG with several sequels in the intervening decade-plus.
  2. https://edition.cnn.com/2021/10/21/entertainment/rust-film-accident/index.html Director of photography killed, movie director injured after Alec Baldwin discharged prop firearm on movie set By Sandra Gonzalez, CNN Updated 1359 GMT (2159 HKT) October 22, 2021 EAST HAMPTON, NEW YORK - OCTOBER 07: Hamptons International Film Festival Chairman, Alec Baldwin attends the World Premiere of National Geographic Documentary Films' 'The First Wave' at Hamptons International Film Festival on October 07, 2021 in East Hampton, New York. (Photo by Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images for National Geographic) Liz Cheney accuses Bannon of planning capitol insurrection Video shows dramatic aftermath of Texas plane crash Ex-FBI agent shares why cadaver dogs were at Laundrie search Father of Ahmaud Arbery calls death of his son a 'lynching' The Facebook "like" sign is seen at Facebook's corporate headquarters campus in Menlo Park, California, on October 23, 2019. Stelter on Facebook: Months of scandal, then a name change? NORTH CHARLESTON, SC - JANUARY 14: (L-R) Neil Cavuto and Maria Bartiromo, moderators of the Fox Business Network Republican presidential debate speak to the audience on stage at the North Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center prior to the debate on January 14, 2016 in North Charleston, South Carolina. The sixth Republican debate is held in two parts, one main debate for the top seven candidates, and another for three other candidates lower in the current polls. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images) Fox News anchor credits Covid vaccination for saving his life Queen Elizabeth cancels trip to Northern Ireland Ford Mustang Mach-E GT The all-electric Mustang Mach-E GT lives up to the name EAST HAMPTON, NEW YORK - OCTOBER 07: Hamptons International Film Festival Chairman, Alec Baldwin attends the World Premiere of National Geographic Documentary Films' 'The First Wave' at Hamptons International Film Festival on October 07, 2021 in East Hampton, New York. (Photo by Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images for National Geographic) Alec Baldwin fired prop gun that killed 'Rust' crew member Biden: I think we are going to have to fundamentally alter the filibuster New details of what was found with remains of Brian Laundrie Fahim Masoud Two months after the final plane left Kabul, families are still stuck in Afghanistan WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 19: U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) speaks during a United States Senate Committee on Finance hearing to consider Chris Magnus's nomination to be Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection on October 19, 2021 in Washington, DC. The hearing for Magnus's confirmation comes after it was delayed for several months by Chairman Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), who called on the Department of Homeland Security to release documents related to the involvement of DHS in the street protests in Portland, Oregon. (Photo by Rod Lamkey-Pool/Getty Images) Five of Sinema's advisers criticize lawmaker as they resign US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy speaks with CNN's John Berman after the White House unveiled its plans to roll out Covid-19 vaccines for children ages 5 to 11, pending US Food and Drug Administration authorization. WH unveiled plans to vaccinate children. Hear from US surgeon general Fired officer curses governor in final sign off to colleagues School shooter apologizes in court. See the reaction of victim's father Liz Cheney accuses Bannon of planning capitol insurrection Video shows dramatic aftermath of Texas plane crash Ex-FBI agent shares why cadaver dogs were at Laundrie search Father of Ahmaud Arbery calls death of his son a 'lynching' The Facebook "like" sign is seen at Facebook's corporate headquarters campus in Menlo Park, California, on October 23, 2019. Stelter on Facebook: Months of scandal, then a name change? NORTH CHARLESTON, SC - JANUARY 14: (L-R) Neil Cavuto and Maria Bartiromo, moderators of the Fox Business Network Republican presidential debate speak to the audience on stage at the North Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center prior to the debate on January 14, 2016 in North Charleston, South Carolina. The sixth Republican debate is held in two parts, one main debate for the top seven candidates, and another for three other candidates lower in the current polls. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images) Fox News anchor credits Covid vaccination for saving his life Queen Elizabeth cancels trip to Northern Ireland Ford Mustang Mach-E GT The all-electric Mustang Mach-E GT lives up to the name EAST HAMPTON, NEW YORK - OCTOBER 07: Hamptons International Film Festival Chairman, Alec Baldwin attends the World Premiere of National Geographic Documentary Films' 'The First Wave' at Hamptons International Film Festival on October 07, 2021 in East Hampton, New York. (Photo by Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images for National Geographic) Alec Baldwin fired prop gun that killed 'Rust' crew member Biden: I think we are going to have to fundamentally alter the filibuster New details of what was found with remains of Brian Laundrie Fahim Masoud Two months after the final plane left Kabul, families are still stuck in Afghanistan WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 19: U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) speaks during a United States Senate Committee on Finance hearing to consider Chris Magnus's nomination to be Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection on October 19, 2021 in Washington, DC. The hearing for Magnus's confirmation comes after it was delayed for several months by Chairman Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), who called on the Department of Homeland Security to release documents related to the involvement of DHS in the street protests in Portland, Oregon. (Photo by Rod Lamkey-Pool/Getty Images) Five of Sinema's advisers criticize lawmaker as they resign US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy speaks with CNN's John Berman after the White House unveiled its plans to roll out Covid-19 vaccines for children ages 5 to 11, pending US Food and Drug Administration authorization. WH unveiled plans to vaccinate children. Hear from US surgeon general Fired officer curses governor in final sign off to colleagues School shooter apologizes in court. See the reaction of victim's father (CNN)A film crew member has died and another was injured after actor Alec Baldwin discharged a prop firearm on the set of the movie "Rust" in New Mexico on Thursday, according to a law enforcement statement provided to CNN. Director of photography Halyna Hutchins, 42, was transported to the hospital via helicopter and pronounced dead by medical personnel at University of New Mexico Hospital, according to the Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office. Director Joel Souza, 48, was transported to Christus St. Vincent's Regional Medical Center by ambulance for care. Details on his condition were not released. A distraught Alec Baldwin lingers in the parking lot outside the Santa Fe County sheriff's offices after being questioned Thursday about a shooting on a local movie set. A distraught Alec Baldwin lingers in the parking lot outside the Santa Fe County sheriff's offices after being questioned Thursday about a shooting on a local movie set. "According to investigators it appears that the scene being filmed involved the use of a prop firearm when it was discharged," the statement said. "Detectives are investigating how and what type of projectile was discharged." The incident happened at approximately 1:50 p.m. local time, investigators said. "Rust" is a Western film set in the 1880s that stars Baldwin, Travis Fimmel and Jensen Ackles. The story is about a 13 year-old boy "who goes on the run with his long estranged grandfather after he's sentenced to hang for the accidental killing of a local rancher," according to a description of the film on IMDB. Who was Halyna Hutchins? Tributes paid to director of photography killed by prop gun Who was Halyna Hutchins? Tributes paid to director of photography killed by prop gun Email requests for comment sent to the film's production company and representatives for Baldwin and Souza were not immediately returned. Baldwin was also a producer on Souza's 2019 film, "Crown Vic." The Sheriff's Office said the investigation "remains open and active" and no charges have been filed. It's happened before It's not the first time people have been killed by what were supposed to be harmless guns on a movie set. While filming the movie "The Crow" in 1993, actor Brandon Lee, the son of Bruce Lee, was killed when struck by a bullet from a gun that was supposed to have just blanks, but had a bullet lodged in the barrel. Even blanks can be deadly if fired at very close range. In 1984, actor John-Eric Hexum was playing around with a gun on the set of "Cover Up: Golden Opportunity" and died after putting the gun to his head and pulling the trigger. "They all contain a charge, a powder that creates the noise and the explosive, the visual blast, and usually it's some kind of wire or something that explodes out of the weapon when it's fired," Daniel Oates, former police chief of Miami Beach and Aurora, Colorado. "These weapons can be very, very dangerous," Oates said on CNN's "New Day" Friday.
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  4. Windows 11 finally has the highly anticipated support for Android apps which Microsoft promised upon first revealing the OS – albeit just in testing for now, and only certain Windows Insiders can benefit from it. As you may recall, the ability to natively run Android apps on the Windows 11 desktop – or at least some Android apps, namely those provided by the Amazon App Store, via the Microsoft Store – was hoped to be present at release, but the feature never came. The best Android apps of 2021 Check out all the best PC games We'll show you how to build a PC Now, at least, we can see Microsoft is progressing towards its realization with the introduction of the Android apps experience to testers in the Beta Channel (Windows 11 Build 22000.xxx series) who are in the US. Dev Channel testers won’t get Android support yet, but Microsoft says they will do “down the road”. Microsoft reminds us that this functionality is driven by the Windows Subsystem for Android, which eligible testers will find under the Start menu (and they can tweak relevant settings from there). Like the Windows Subsystem for Linux, it runs in a Hyper-V Virtual Machine From the user experience point of view, Android apps can be treated just like common-or-garden Windows apps on the desktop. They can be pinned, Alt-tabbed between, snapped side-by-side to run more than one app, plus Android apps are supported in the Action Center with notifications, and you can cut and paste clipboard material between Android and Windows software. The idea, as you might expect, is for things to be as seamless as possible, and Microsoft also makes it clear that accessibility is high on the priority list, noting that “many Windows accessibility settings apply to Android apps and we are working with Amazon to deliver more improvements”. Android support is live now, in theory, for the aforementioned testers, but the link Microsoft provides in its instructions to get going is actually missing. We expect that’ll be remedied very soon, though. Analysis: Not a surprise, but great to see nonetheless The arrival of native Android app support is no big surprise given that there was a very recent leak of the feature being tested internally at Microsoft, so it was expected to be here soon. Maybe not quite this soon, but hey, the sooner the better, obviously. With testing now fully underway in the Beta Channel, the prospects for a more timely arrival in the release version of Windows 11 are looking brighter. Naturally, the addition of more apps to the armory of Windows 11 users is a good thing, but the initial selection for testing is small as you might expect. There are 50 apps to begin with, but new software will be coming as the months progress. The initial offerings include the Kindle app, Lego Duplo World, and mobile games including Lords Mobile. Of course, it’s early days, so don’t expect smooth sailing when playing around with Android apps. Indeed, Microsoft has highlighted a bunch of known issues, including camera glitches in some apps, bugs around apps coming out of modern standby, and performance slowdown when running multiple Android apps. While only US testers can get involved at the moment, presumably that will open up to other regions as time progresses, too.
  5. AMD was long the dominant force in budget graphics cards and often able to sweep the charts in contests of performance-per-dollar versus Nvidia. As of late, however, neither company has focused all that much on the cheaper side of things (thanks, global chip shortage) and that's left us with a growing void of cheaper chips. But there are some that straddle the ephemeral concept of 'entry-level' today. AMD already offers the $379 RX 6600 XT and Nvidia's cheapest is the $329 RTX 3060. Both far from entry-level as we once knew it, but that's what we're working with, and what AMD is up against with the RX 6600. AMD RADEON RX 6600 SPECIFICATIONS What are the AMD Radeon RX 6600 specs? The Radeon RX 6600 neatly fills a gap beneath the Radeon RX 6600 XT in the red team's RX 6000-series line-up, and it's safe to say there are few, if any, real surprises here when comparing the two cards. There are a few differences to note between the two, though, those which make it all the more important to consider stretching to the extra bucks of the XT model, if possible. First off, the major similarities. AMD's RDNA 2 architecture is the company's best to date, and it's already found its way into an impressive line-up of graphics cards, including the impressive Radeon RX 6900 XT and Microsoft and Sony's latest consoles. It is, of course, also the architecture powering the RX 6600 XT and RX 6600. If you want to read more about the RDNA 2 architecture, I recommend you check out our Radeon RX 6800 XT review. That's where we explore its changes and improvements in more detail. AMD Radeon RX 6600 graphics card on colourful background. This architecture's inclusion is a good thing, generally, as the RDNA 2 architecture has proven itself an impressive step up over AMD's first-generation RDNA. For the RX 6600 specifically, the RDNA 2 architecture comes in handy when it comes to pushing performance per watt, which as you'll see later in this review, falls in the RX 6600's favour versus the RTX 3060 12GB. RX 6600 SPECS GPU: Navi 23 Compute Units: 28 Stream Processors: 1,792 Infinity Cache: 32 MB Memory: 8 GB GDDR6 Memory bus: 128-bit TBP: 132 W MSRP: $329 The RX 6600 comes with a 132W TBP (total board power), and AMD recommends it be paired with at least a 450W PSU. That's lower than Nvidia's RTX 3060 TBP of 170W, which it recommends gets paired up with a 550W PSU. In some circumstances, then, that could be a helpful money saver. On the power front, then, all is rosy. But these modest power demands come at a larger cost elsewhere, and are seemingly down to a reduction in core count and clock speed. The RX 6600 is a far cry from the 5,120 cores of the Navi 21 chip found in the RX 6000-series top card. Instead, it comes with a pared-back version of the same Navi 23 GPU as the RX 6600 XT. The RX 6600 comes with 1,792 cores (28 CUs), down from 2,048 (32 CUs) in the RX 6600 XT. It might not seem like much, but four CUs at this grade can make for a sizeable loss in performance, and the RX 6600 loses out in other ways to its XT sibling, too. For one, it's not as blisteringly fast as we're used to seeing. The RX 6600 comes with a reference boost clock of 2,491MHz, which is also the max boost clock for our Powercolor review unit. The Game Clock—which is the clock speed AMD expects you to hit while gaming—is set to a more modest 2,044MHz. That's still impressively over the 2GHz mark, which has been a feat all RDNA 2 GPUs have achieved through some careful and clever tinkering. Though it is shy of the RX 6600 XT, which manages 2,589MHz boost and 2,359MHz game clock. Under actual gaming conditions, we saw the RX 6600 easily smash its Game Clock, regularly hitting 2,337MHz, but that's still around 300MHz slower than the actual in-game clock speed of the RX 6600 XT. What this all means is that the RX 6600 slips behind the RX 6600 XT in-game by a decent margin, as you'll see in the performance graphs below. However, potentially one upside to the RX 6600's slimmer specs is this could allow for more slimmed-down coolers from AMD's partners—even the relatively minimal cooler on our reference Powercolor Fighter manages to keep this card at a surprisingly low temperature during operation. I'd like to think that will mean more RX 6600 graphics cards at or around MSRP, but in today's wild west of graphics card retail that's not something I can say with any real certainty. It's also worth noting that both the RX 6600 and the RX 6600 XT use a PCIe 4.0 x8 connection, and what this means is the graphics card only has the physical pins for an 8x connection, not the amount required for the more standard x16 one. That's no issue if you're running a PCIe 4.0 compatible PC, but plug this card into a PCIe 3.0 slot and it may drop some performance. There's unlikely to be much in it, a frame or two, but just keep this in mind when comparing scores, especially at 4K. Pair this card with any modern AMD Ryzen CPU and you are set to benefit, and you'll also be able to notch your performance upwards a touch through the use of Smart Access Memory (SAM). For the record, our test bench is powered by an Intel 10th Gen gaming chip and Z590 chipset, and thus does not offer PCIe 4.0 compatibility.
  6. Played for about a day made it to level eleven thought I’d enjoy the game, I was wrong. You have to have gold to get guns, you get about 7 gold for every 30 seconds of adds you watch. Every good gun costs over 1000 to 2000 gold!!! Not to mention all the other attachments and ridiculous things you need to keep up with that cost gold. You need weapon points to upgrade your guns and armor points to upgrade your armor; once you run out of your limited starter points though expect to be using your gold for armor and weapon points...just another thing you need to do to stay competitive unless you like losing...all in all the game is overwhelming and will take a huge investment of time and money just to enjoy it. Concept of game is great graphics are great clan system is a good idea but haven’t even felt like I was good enough to get there. Don’t play at night the game will pair you with the one night owl who pays to play and you will get crushed. It would be great if infinity wars simplified a bit and made rewards not so add and money based. Seriously 7 gold for watching an add?!?!? (And they are long long adds btw.) I wouldn’t recommend this game without some serious fixes
  7. Activision Blizzard has filed a motion to temporarily halt proceedings in the lawsuit filed against it in July by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing. The publisher wants a time-out to collect evidence in relation to a surprising allegation against the DFEH that could give the company an advantage when the case proceeds. The allegation, made last week, doesn't primarily have to do with the content of the DFEH lawsuit, which claims that Activision Blizzard has for years harbored a culture of sexism and harassment. Rather, it has to do with the lawyers who filed the suit. According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, a US federal agency that recently proposed a settlement with Activision Blizzard over similar claims, the DFEH lawyers behind California's suit used to work for them, and actually investigated Activision Blizzard on the federal level before taking up the case again in California, where they objected to the EEOC's settlement terms. Our article from last week goes into more detail about why the agencies are in conflict, but the short of it is that you're not allowed to do that. Activision Blizzard, a public company with a market capitalization of $60 billion, would surely be violating some natural law if it passed up the opportunity to improve its tactical position in the suit, and wants to see the evidence cited by the EEOC. RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU... video en cursoThe PC Gamer Show 160: Fortnite and crunch, Apex Legends' longevity, the state of Anthem Separately, the Call of Duty and World of Warcraft publisher wants the case to be designated as "complex." Ironically, "complex" is one of the few legal terms that is simple to define: It literally means that Activision Blizzard wants the case moved to a court that's set up to handle the really tricky ones. Aside from the alleged DFEH ethics violation, Activision alleges that the California bureau has made other errors which complicate the case, including destroying information. The DFEH has also accused Activision Blizzard of destroying information, and has likewise requested that the case be designated as complex. "We look forward to resolving the case with the DFEH fairly in an appropriate court," an Activision Blizzard spokesperson told PC Gamer. Activision Blizzard is also being investigated by the US Securities and Exchange Commission over its handling of July's allegations. Today, the company published a recent internal email in which executive VP of corporate affairs Fran Townsend described a vision for workplace improvement. The statement noted that in recent months more than 20 em
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