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rhcocker

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  1. Is an arcade cabinet the only way to play this? Would be a shame if so.
  2. Thanks for the post. I have a strange love for these types of games and I definitely have to look into this one.
  3. I don't program for retro consoles so this might be a naive suggestion, but could you just approximate it with its 5th degree taylor expansion? if x is between 0 to pi/2 use tan x = x + 1/3 x3 + 2/15 x5 if x is between pi/2 to pi use tan x = x-pi + 1/3 (x-pi)3 + 2/15 (x-pi)5 (= is approximately here) any error should only be noticeable very close to pi/2
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  5. Any new keys? I might have some more to trade.
  6. I've tried logging out and logging back in, but still the same problem
  7. I went to preorder at this link, but everything I try to add to my cart says "The products marked with *** , are not available in the requested quantity. Please decrease quantity for marked products. Thank you" Any suggestions?
  8. Thanks for making this. I'm am following the thread. If you think about it, post here when it is available at Good Deal Games
  9. I can't tell if this post is sarcastic so I will refrain from commenting on this statement.
  10. The ps4 could be considered both a console and multimedia machine. The CD-I could be consider both as well. Seems like the discussion is over semantics and not the OP friendly post about a machine that he has a fondness for.
  11. I think this statement helps prove the OP's point that the CD-I is misunderstood (i.e. it was not intended as a "videogame machine"). While I have played games I like on the CD-I, I would never defend it as a gaming console. It completely sucks in this regard. I am a big fan of documentaries/nature programs and I have spent a ton of hours soaking in all the edutainment media that the CD-I has to offer. I also get a kick out of all the retro 90s pop-culture videos in the CD-I library. If I'm in the mood for an active game, I wouldn't even consider the CD-I. If I am in the mood for a more passive gaming/learning experience, then the CD-I is a great option.
  12. Purchased a physical copy as well. Heads up all... If you buy it on Lulu you can get 15% off if you use the promo code FIFTEEN at checkout!
  13. Wongo and I traded some Steam keys and everything went great. I even got a 3 of his keys for 2 of my keys. Awesome!
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