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    Archive password is PCGW Black Bars FIX: Depending on aspect ratio replace AC4BFSP.exe and AC4BFMP.exe in the game folder Ultra/Super-Wide (21:9/32:9) Specific Solution & Issues Black Bars FIX: Depending on aspect ratio replace AC4BFSP.exe and AC4BFMP.exe in the game folder Eyefinity / Surround Specific Solution & Issues Forced triple wide version: Replace AC4BFSP.exe in the game folder
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  2. On the 11th anniversary of Saints Row 2, Volition announced on their Twitch stream that Saints Row 2 on PC is finally getting fixed. Lets go back 11 years to understand what happened to the PC port of Saints Row 2. The story behind Saint Row 2's PC port The PC port of Saints Row 2 was handled by CD Projekt Black. When the port was released, it was a complete mess. PCs at the time couldn't run the game well, crashes, speed-up issues, and a huge list of issues were reported with this port. However, this port was never fixed by CD Projeck Black, and while Volition was making updates, an
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  3. To be honest, it likely needs to be assessed on a per-title basis, especially for games released after the rise of digital distribution. For older games, it seems more cut and dry as to whether it would be allowed or not, though there are still some areas that would require discussion. As I posted in the Discord, (where this is copied from, though this is cleaned up a bit more,) I'm thinking we could categorize content unlocking into a few categories: Do not mention: -Unlocking paid (nor previously paid and now delisted) content. -Unlocking content directly included in the game
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  4. I'm all for unlocking of "on disc" content for everyone. You paid for the game as it is; if there's content that's arbitrarily locked "on-disc" (on release) unless you pay an additional cost for, then that's anti-consumer and the publisher shouldn't be respected for it, as they're not respecting their customers. If paid DLC comes out after the release of the game and was not in the game files on release, then sure, it can stay locked away even if it can be unlocked via file editing (which seems to be 50/50 in my experiences, sometimes patches include all the content, other times DLC cont
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