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    Article 13 and the future of our internet

    UPDATE: There are some very important news about the article, which you can read here. Apparently, our voice has been heard and Article 13 as it is has been rejected by the majority of Governments in January. We shouldn’t play the victory fanfare just yet though. Changes can still be made and I doubt they’ll give up on the law that easily. Keep spreading your voice and oppose against it until it’s fully over! I’m sure you have seen this topic over and over again pretty much everywhere in the past month or so, but it’s probably one of the most important and serious matters ever discussed online. Article 13…

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    Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition: Ansel, Performance and Mods

    Final Fantasy XV has finally arrived on Windows in its final state, along with an additional pack for console users (Royal Edition) containing a completely remade Chapter 14 and a few special additions along the playthrough. What PC gamers were fearing before the final release was a poor optimization with mediocre performance despite the time they took to polish it, but owning the game myself and running it on a 3yo system I can say Square Enix did exactly what we were promised in the beginning: they allowed older computers to handle it better than any other port from console, although they had to release a new patch afterwards in…

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    Life Is Strange: The Chaos Theory

    “For every action there is a reaction.” Did you ever wonder what would happen if you could rewind the time and change a specific event to your advantage? How would you feel if you could go back and remake a school test you previously failed, say the right thing to that person you accidentally hurt? Life Is Strange is about time manipulation, where every different action could lead to a different universe. The ‘Chaos Theory‘ is the main theme in this game, which I will describe and analyze today according to my own impressions and speculations.