> "Your hips always point the way you are running, because that's how legs work," Sullivan wrote in an update from Wednesday. He bemoaned the lack of ways to securely or neatly track a person's hip position in VR systems thus far, but until such systems are developed, he came up with a neat (if slightly uncomfortable and certainly awkward looking) trick: put an HTC Vive controller down your pants.
As far as I've seen, it seems like Torbjorn's turret doesn't need to placed in a specific direction like TF2 and Dirty Bomb, so that's not an issue.
What I'd like to know is if it has a cutoff range, or does all it need is line of sight?
Meaning, could I place it on a high position that's far u...
> Yes, it’s the Austen Cinematic Universe, with characters from various novels making cameo appearances in other adaptations and post-credits stingers that reveal truly shocking acts of discourtesy that are in the planning stages. Wait until the fanboys see who’s playing Lady Dalrymple!
@Robotnik There's a difference between "hey, I remember a character like this, do they exist?" and "hey is there character like x that exists?".
Kind of like how there's a difference between "I remember a game where I was a guy with huge wings and a sword, but can't remember what it is" versus "Are there any games where you play as a character with huge wings and a sword?"
@GodEmperorDune The point I was trying to make si that they're just looking for a recommendation. IF the question was "I want to play a Doom game where the main character is female. Does one exist?", would you close it?
@GodEmperorDune and I'm sayingt hat pokemon sphinx question is the same thing
The person has no idea if that cahracter exists, they just saw some random joke on the internet and thought "huh, I wonder if any pokemon DOES match that sphinx riddle!"
> Questions that ask for recommendations of games, servers, software, or hardware are off topic. For more information on why these sorts of questions don't work here, see "So, what actually is a Game-Rec?" and "Q&A Is Hard. Let's Go Shopping!"
> Questions asking for help identifying a game, whether based on a description, or feature list, or any other set of criteria are off-topic; this blog post might help. We allow an exception for identifying games based on an actual piece of the game, such as screenshots or audio clips.
@GodEmperorDune It's really not. That's just the specific question that sparked @Robotnik to make that .Yes, he's trying to get that question reopened, but his primary concern was the more general case of "Identify this character" questions and the "No Fun" attitude some folks have
> And I'm hoping I can change that viewpoint, or at the very least, share my perspective and show where I (and others) are coming from when we say questions like Is there a Pokemon evolution line that fits the Sphinx's riddle? are on-topic.
well "I'm not sure" would probably be more accurate. His meta seems to primarily addressing the case where you think something exsits, and just need some help remembering it (And also that he feels folks shut down legit questions just because they think it's fun"
@GodEmperorDune All of the example questiosn given, including the meta he linked,is about helping users track down a character they already think exists. That's not true for the Pokemon question. The asker has no idea if such a Pokemon exists, and wants us to tell them.
@GodEmperorDune I'm aware of what our rules are, I'm saying this Pokemon question seems to be an outlier which our rules never really considered before, and I'm not sure if it make sense for the rules to apply there
> Questions like this are superficially similar to the game identification questions, but they have one important difference: they can be answered by an exhaustive search in a reasonable amount of time.
@GodEmperorDune I don't think they are, though, since that slight wording difference conveys a completely differnet intent, just like how there's a completely different intent between a Game Rec and an ITG.