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  1. I can see a lot of suspensions being for those very reasons. Sadly public lobbies from what I hear are pretty much the same. Thankfully it makes life easier having mute and block features. Life savers right there. I also make sure to report anyone using slurs and hateful speech if I catch it happening in a lobby I am in. Now I'm curious to know how many accounts they banned. Most do. It's kinda rare that any users are banned by mistake. It has happened, but usually they ban you after having definite proof of wrongdoing. I used to report a lot of people on Xbox 360 back in the day, so much that Xbox sent a thank you note to me on Xbox live a couple times lol. If you have an offensive name, profile, say anything offensive, it's easy to file a report against someone. And I imagine Xbox has a way to see exactly what a user does on Xbox live and in games. Like I said in my point above, most bans/suspensions are investigated before they are finalized. It's very rare that anyone banned or suspended, was by accident or mistake. Most bans/suspensions are thoroughly investigated I hear. Some mistakes do happen, but most are legit and warranted from what I hear. You can fight the case with Xbox when a ban/suspension happens, but for the most part, they never lift them.
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  2. Giving AI freedom to do what it wants becomes viral like and will end up breaking its own game. You would have to set limits, and when you do that it becomes regular programmed AI like what we are used to. How can they create different story paths? That would end up being some random wacky shit that throws the whole story off. Unless it's a free roam open world with no story, then the AI can generate random quests. But a whole story? I don't see it being possible. I think the closest that comes to that is AC Odyssey where every village has message boards that has a bunch of side quests you can choose to do. And new ones are updated every day. Then when you do the quest, the AI randomly places a bandit camp on the map you go and attack. But to be able to instantly create a city or major story arc, the game will probably need to constantly be updated and our internet speeds and system speeds aren't up to the task yet. And reading other comments, I can agree that it would make the NPC's too challenging for the game. In a horror game, the sentient AI would be extremely scary, which is a good thing. You can even have a camera attached and the AI can see your room and say, "I will jump through that mirror next to that glass table, and strangle you with those shoe laces." I wouldn't be able to go to sleep after that.
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  3. Shagger

    New Console

    Because game streaming is the future, like it or not, I really doubt a major company is going to throw thier hat into the ring and come out with a new console now, it's just not worth it.
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  4. Justin11

    Horror Movies

    That sounds pretty interesting , I saw the trailer of Annihilation sometime ago but I didn't really thought about seeing the movie. I would check it out and hopefully get to see it for myself too.
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  5. Akun

    A Simpler Time

    I wouldn't trade my Internet for watching tumbleweeds. Part of that is because I was raised that way, spoiled by the modern age. If I had grew up in the Wild West, I wouldn't miss any of this, of course. Plus, I'm pretty sure Singapore was still under British colonial rule in the 1880s. No thanks.
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  6. Finding a chair and sitting down, while I look for my keys so I can go home. I'm a boring bitch.
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  7. Techno

    Batman is dead

    Kevin Conroy is dead. He was the voice actor of Batman for BATs, Beyond, Arkam series, and nearly every Batman project expect for the live action movies. He was the best Batman, may he rest in peace. https://www.ign.com/articles/kevin-conroy-voice-of-batman-in-animated-series-and-arkham-games-dies-aged-66
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