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If it were that simple, lottery wouldn't be gambling because you'll get the lottery ticket (physical item) in exchange for your money.sayuu said:By law in Belgium for a game to be considered gambling one must be able to lose one's money ( the wager)
so online casinos and more recently CS:GO item wagering is considered gambling in belgium because one can lose what they wager and walk away with nothing
in loot boxes one never walks away with nothing, one can get something undesirable, but one will always get something.
so by current law in belgium loot boxes are not gambling. . .
You've likely already seen in demos how hard it's for RSI to make it so that object don't seem to pop into existence too late when you approach the planet from space.Erillion said:It was my understanding that the 2 GB mentioned above was an abitrary number by @MaxBacon
The art itself could be much less. And you only need the first part for "arrival". You can load in the rest in the background while you are on planet. That reduces the 40 Mbit/s net connection requirement you mentioned.
If you buy a SSD, then it's easy enough to store most important information on that SSD and keep the old disk for storing less important stuff.Quizzical said:Getting an SSD strikes me as most of the point of this upgrade. Replacing an eight year old hard drive is also a good idea, as by now it's living on borrowed time and should not be relied upon. If you continue to use the old hard drive, make sure it's only for things where it wouldn't be terribly bothersome if it abruptly died and the data was unrecoverable.