The Return of the [paper] King

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It's a tragic day for all of us

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The cost of fixing Cyberpunk 2077 is "irrelevant" compared to restoring company reputation, says CDPR - CDPR promisses to fix the game at any cost

When asked about the costs of patching the game on consoles Michal Nowakowski, member of the board for publishing, said, "The cost of patching the game is irrelevant [compared] to what we have at stake at this moment, so there is no question about it. We definitely want to fix the game, we made our promise to gamers, and we will be doing everything to stick to it."

Adam Kiciński, CD Projekt Red co-CEO, began talking about only showing the game on certain platforms before launch, saying that this caused the loss of gamers' trust and the reputation that they've been building through a big part of our lives. He said, "That’s why our first steps are solely focused on regaining those two things. We are concentrated on fixing Cyberpunk on last-gen consoles." 

Kiciński also reiterated from a previous statement that was released yesterday regarding the current state of console versions, saying, "The first substantial set of fixes was released over the weekend. The next set of fixes will be released within the next 7 days. Big updates are planned for January and February, together with smaller fixes. Of course, PC gamers will also be getting regular updates and fixes. We'll do everything possible to prove that we stick to our values. We truly hope that our efforts will let us rebuild the trust we have lost."

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Three days in, and the family hasn't noticed yet.

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Bismuth crystallization

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I never get around to change it

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I wasn't allowed to use a notebook at my cashier job, so I started writing my book about bullying on printed out receipts. This year, after transposing hundreds of receipts, I finally published my novel.

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[Image] Believe and you will achieve

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Parents who force their teens to pay rent should have to follow the same rules as regular landlords

I have heard so many complaints from teens who are forced to pay rent about their parents still entering their room without permission, looking through their stuff, taking their stuff and limiting use of utilities even though their parents charge them for them anyway. It really isn’t fair.

If you’re making your kids pay rent, treat their room and property like a real landlord would and anyone who doesn’t should face legal penalties.

I also believe that once kids are being charged rent, they should be free to make their own decisions, eg. Going out whenever they want or inviting friends over.

And if any of you are getting ready to comment about how they should move out if they don’t like the rules, this isn’t an option for everyone especially kids aged 14-16 who are being charged rent but aren’t old enough to live anywhere else.

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I will never get bored of crocodiles just floating around

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