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About VelivolusDas

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  • Birthday 03/23/1992

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    Apex: Legends

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  1. VelivolusDas

    Mortal Kombat 11

    Epic! Dat fatality was awesome.
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    The PS4 & Xbox One Thread - Part 2

    Basically Nintendo Direct for PlayStation.
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    The Virtual Reality Thread

    Oculus Rift S announced at GDC 2019.
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    Cyberpunk 2077

    🤔🤔🤔
  5. VelivolusDas

    The Google Gaming Thread

    While my demo wasn’t long enough to get myself into one of the massive, GPU-intensive battles I’d hoped to be able to test out, I managed to get into enough trouble to get in a couple of swordfights and to sink a couple of ships. I didn’t experience any noticeable input lag - or at least, not enough to make running around Mykonos or boarding ships in half less enjoyable. I will note that during some more graphically intense moments, such as destroying an enemy ship, it seemed like the stream did experience a dip in quality. Whether an unintentional fluctuation or a calculated change in resolution to maintain gameplay progress, I can’t say, but it clicked back into full 1080p quickly enough that I wasn’t too bothered by the effect. I also had the opportunity to slay some demons in 2016’s Doom. The visceral action was as gorgeously gory as ever, though I did notice a bit more lag than I had experienced in Assassin’s Creed. It was nothing as bad as the worst I’ve experienced on streaming services like PS4’s Remote Play, where I’ll sometimes see almost full-second delays on my commands, but it did not inspire great confidence when looking ahead to competitive shooters like Call of Duty or Battlefield, which rely on split-second timing and reactions. The issue was most noticeable when using a keyboard and mouse, but was still apparent when I ran through the same area using a gamepad (though decidedly less so). There were fewer graphical inconsistencies during this demo, which I will assume can be credited to the fact that AC Odyssey was being streamed to a Chromebook, but Doom was streaming on the “developer” version of Stadia to a desktop PC.
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    APEX Legends

    Octane is good. Played a couple of matches with him.
  7. VelivolusDas

    The Google Gaming Thread

    And so, it begins:
  8. VelivolusDas

    Anime

    Whoever said dreams do come true, was absolutely right. 😍 Dragonball Super: Broly The Movie is releasing on 29th March in select PVR theatres. Will surely watch it more than once. Cannot believe there's a DB movie to be shown on a big screen in India. *tears of joy*
  9. VelivolusDas

    The Google Gaming Thread

    Kinda useless, I think. The games look good and are smooth, no doubt about that, but it would've made more sense to show the controller and the inputs.
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    The Google Gaming Thread

    Even I have always been skeptical about the whole game-streaming thing, until I saw the wildly positive reviews for Project Stream. Google might just have an ace up their sleeve here. Obviously, it'll take time (about ~2 years) for us to know how successful it is (or not). But, for this to gain traction, Google really needs to make sure it has a near-perfect launch.
  11. VelivolusDas

    Wrestling fans

    What a waste. And here we were, thinking who would it be...
  12. VelivolusDas

    APEX Legends

    Battle Pass and a new Legend (not sure if free for all modes or if he's part of Battle Pass only) both releasing tonight at 10:30 PM IST. Misfits, outcasts, drifters, and grifters – the Apex Games welcomes them all. Keep your eyes on the skies for the Games’ newest Legend, Octane.
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