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|Video Games Played:||TF2, Tribes: Ascend, BC2, Check my steam profile out for the games I have|
|Date Signed Up:||6/28/2011|
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|#9 - About Einstein's report card, cause I'm bored and Swiss (Einst…||04/12/2015 on Historical pictures||+8|
|#16 - Ah, I did know how structs work since I've been using plenty o… [+] (1 new reply)||02/04/2015 on Object-oriented programming||0|
|#10 - Weren't structs implented in C after the whole OOP business, t… [+] (7 new replies)||02/03/2015 on Object-oriented programming||0|
#14 - Fgner (02/04/2015) [-]
#85 - Fgner (02/04/2015) [-]
You mean C++ class vs struct? A class is private by default and a struct is public by default.
You mean a C++ class/struct vs C struct?
> C doesn't support visibility restrictions.
> C doesn't support methods, although they can be implemented via function pointers.
> C doesn't support inheritence. Which, combined with above, excludes virtual methods for sure.
> C doesn't support constructors or destructors.
|#19 - It's also kinda the plot of FFXIII. So yeah. We s…||01/19/2015 on Tattoos||-1|
|#1093484 - Blizz seems to just tip the scales, like you said especially i… [+] (1 new reply)||11/09/2014 on Video Games Board - console...||0|
|#1093477 - Really wouldn't be surprised if HotS flops, though I enjoy it … [+] (4 new replies)||11/09/2014 on Video Games Board - console...||+1|
#1093484 - dispensa (11/09/2014) [-]
Blizz seems to just tip the scales, like you said especially in WoW.
Can't say anything about SCII because I'm really not an RTS guy,
but seeing how I've never seen something big complaining about its balance, I guess they got that sorted out.
HotS seemed quite alright the last time I played, except for Murky who can just bumrush lanes and is even encouraged to do so.
It puts the enemy on a clock and even if the penalty of dying as him is pretty much non-existant, it's still not something fun.
But yeah, WoW.
Seems like they just throw a dart to see which one'll be the OP class of the week/month.
I know balancing is really hard. But let's just say balancing 12+ classes in so far 2 gamemodes is a bit much, even considering all the experience Blizzard has.
|#9 - Which is the animal of the canton (state) of bern, where Toble… [+] (1 new reply)||11/02/2014 on Ah, Google||+2|
|#13 - Right, my mistake. Thumb for correcting silly old me.||10/24/2014 on Reboot, Reset, Hard Reset,...||+3|
|#6 - Concussive maintenance. [+] (2 new replies)||10/24/2014 on Reboot, Reset, Hard Reset,...||0|
|#1079967 - Picture||10/23/2014 on Video Games Board - console...||0|