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Melbourne is nice, but... I still love it here, in Adelaide. It sort of has a charm to it for me. Maybe it's just because it's my home.
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Hai :3
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Just checked, DICE made this wonderful game! :P
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I must know the video in the thumbnail, it's also at 1:06 - 1:25.
I am rofl.
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The true reason for these 'next-gen' consoles is to add more memory (RAM) an allow for a greater amount of floating point operations per second (FLOPS) also more polygons. I own a PC, Mac, PS3 and Xbox 360 so I can say this without bias, there was nothing wrong with the Cell processor used in the PS3 and the Xbox 360's Xenon Processor. They could have gone the same route (Power Architecture) for these systems, but that is the initial reason the PS3's and Xbox 360's price was so high, and therefore moved to x86-64 also RISC instruction sets like Power aren't necessarily great but can be worked with as we know with ARM (x86 emulators) but you could just as easily write the one instruction and call it multiple times. The only thing it did was bump the specs (They don't really need (8GB RAM, unless your crazy and running a hypervisor like Xbox One and even then it's a bit over the top) and add a better set of graphics features.
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I'll have to visit some day, I live in Adelaide.
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Awesome video as always!
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Other youtubers have had this issue too. All they usually need to do is send a counter claim quoting the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

This is what I use for my site that explains it to them in simple detail, despite me living in Australia:

This parody is permitted under the DMCA, under fair use.
http://fairuse.stanford.edu/overview/fair-use/what-is-fair-use/

If they send you another infringement notification after, they are breaking the law.
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Cool! Dat crazy tho.
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Does anyone know what the outro song is?
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せんぱい は、 ばかですね。

That roughly translates to:
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Hi, I'm Josh, nice to meet you!

I am a software developer, not as a job (yet) but more of a hobby.

I'm still in High School but have aspirations to do well later in life. I have this weird habit when learning things, I try to tackle everything at once. Bad idea if you ask me as I don't really learn much from things due to my mind being a total tangles mess of languages and syntax. 

Languages I know (* Means Uncomplete):

  • Lua
  • Java
  • C++*
  • HTML
  • CSS*
  • PHP*

Java is my bestie, it does everything I want it to do. I want to learn OpenGL(ES as well) but I have to figure out what to do first.
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3DS Emulator - Play 3DS Games on Your PC
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3DS Emulator (eMu3Ds) New version updated! 2.0.1.2 released - 3DS Emulator 2.0.1.2 Update Released! - Doesn't freeze anymore when you try to

Application Fundamentals | Android Developers
developer.android.com

Quickview. Android applications are composed of one or more application components (activities, services, content providers, and broadcast r