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    Hello there, individuals my age! I'd want to hear your thoughts.

    Although I am not a hardcore gamer, I have been playing since I was a child. Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town prompted me to purchase a switch a few weeks ago. Harvest Moon: Back to Nature was one of my favourite games on the PlayStation 1 when I was a kid, and I wanted to play it again. In a nutshell, I bought it for the sake of nostalgia. I also got Crash Team Racing the other day for nostalgia's sake. Although I enjoyed SoS, I didn't enjoy CTR as much as I had hoped. I believe it's primarily due to the fact that I'm not as good at it as I was when I was younger. So I'd have to play it over and over just to finish a level.

    Anyway, I've been looking for new games to play, but the most of them seem to be geared at children and teenagers. I'm considering Witcher 3 because it appears to be geared more at adults than children.

    What other games do you think are more suited to adults than to children? (While some may claim that games can be enjoyed by both children and adults, I believe that some continue to target one audience over the other.) I'd love to hear what you have to say!

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  • Neha
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    Test Gamer


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  • justinguma
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    Hope your doing weel!!

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    For testing purposes only

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  • kiwibird
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    Hi TC Helicon,

    Go XLR mini user here. I am enjoying the product and have had it since launch, it's working well, and the updates and support have been great so far.

    I would like to request a feature for the Go XLR App, a setting to have the App start minimized to system tray. My experience is that when I first start Windows the GOXLR App always pops up, but the reality is I just want it to start up in the background. It should only show up if I need to take an action, like the device wasn't detected. I don't normally need to change anything each time I start Windows, so there's no need for it to pop up each time

    You could slot this option into Global settings. It could be labelled "Start GOXLR App minimized to system tray".


    Bonus suggestion, to optimize Windows startup time, it might be possible to use a delayed startup for this app. I doubt that this App is the first thing users would need to use on startup, and delayed startup would be fine. I haven't looked into feasibility of that, so not sure what's involved, or if it's feasible (normally its an options for services rather than executables)

    And Bonus bug fix, I use a minimalist lighting scheme where I have the lights On when a button is active. e.g. If mute is on, the light is on, if it's off, there is no light. The bug is, on Windows startup the microphone mute button shows on, but it's not actually muted. Pressing the mute button to toggle it off, and back on does apply the mute. Not a major issue, but fix it if you want to. I would attach the profile, but your form only accepts images.




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