@cocoasamurai Weird. Some other folks say they’ve heard it’s a process to check the existing game’s integrity or to see if any unofficial patches or hacks have been installed. But if it’s either of these things, does that really take ~ 10 minutes?
@peroty Sigh. True.
As a compromise, I would accept it if Nintendo bought Bungie and made Destiny 2/3 a Switch exclusive. 😄😈
@millenomi Yeah isn’t the OS crazy small, like < 300KB or something?
Granted, it does a lot less. The one big thing, IMO, being a lack of native party chat with friends.
But still. A pinnacle of simplicity.
Hi we’re Sony and we have a 9 gigaquad supercomputer PS4 that can calculate the universe in a nanosecond but it’s gonna go ahead and take six years to “copy” or install or whatever a 149 MB Destiny 2 update that should’ve automatically downloaded and installed itself earlier today so you shouldn’t even have to look at this update screen and no we don’t think anything is wrong with the broken promise that is our user experience why would you even ask that
@clutterandkindle Both times! Multiple times.
@clutterandkindle What if both.
@Are0h That's pretty great. Have you written much about it anywhere? Your goals, big features, etc?
@bigzaphod Wait is that legit? Did you do that?
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And they're following through on it 👌
@karanssh I don't follow. What do you mean?
@camh When I flip it around though, I think it's safe to say that most people hate wires. Or at least, tolerate them. In other words: maybe it's a worthwhile problem to work towards eliminating, like floppy/hard/CD disk drives.
@JPEG I get the sense that many app developers are in a similar situation to artists. They know their craft really well, but haven't had much or enough business training to think about the market, what their time is worth, the value of the product to its audience, etc. It's something I think about occasionally.
@JPEG Good. Worth it. It's a pretty good app so far.
@maxeddy I've talked to a not insignificant number of older iPhone owners who say they just stopped using Touch ID because it always gets flaky with their fingerprints. Their fingers dry out, change significantly enough with the seasons that the sensor just isn't reliable enough.
They much like the idea of Face ID better, "if it really does learn my face and keep up over time."