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[eurogamer.net] Eurogamer Reviews Overlord II 8/10 eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
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[ign.com] Dark Void Video A second developer diary video. ign.com gamingeek
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[computerandvideogames.com] New Duke Nukem in  development computerandvideogames.com gamingeek
[computerandvideogames.com] Overlord Dark Legend NGamer review 7.5 It's too short computerandvideogames.com gamingeek
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[gamesindustry.biz] Gamestop: Wii and PS3 pricecuts expected. gamesindustry.biz SteelAttack
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[eurogamer.net] L4D toolset and user maps coming this week. Backpedaling through raging zombie fans. eurogamer.net SteelAttack
[eurogamer.net] Namco finishing Splatterhouse for 2010. eurogamer.net SteelAttack
[eurogamer.net] Mortal Combat 9 in the works. Is sick. Or so they say. eurogamer.net SteelAttack
[eurogamer.net] Lars Von Trier Antichrist to become a game. Dead kids? Check. Nudity? Check. Graphical violence? Check. eurogamer.net SteelAttack
[eurogamer.net] GTA Chinatown Wars for PSP. eurogamer.net SteelAttack
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[gamasutra.com] Release This: Premiere Stateside releases Week of 22nd June 09 gamasutra.com gamingeek
[eurogamer.net] Virtua Tennis 09 Eurogamer re-review 7/10 "VT2009 is a great tennis game, especially in multiplayer" eurogamer.net gamingeek
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[gamekyo.com] Moonwalker 2 coming to PS3 and Wii? gamekyo.com gamingeek
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[eurogamer.net] Overlord Dark Legend Eurogamer review 7/10 "superior controls and less frustration, but no challenge" eurogamer.net gamingeek
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[eurogamer.net] XBLA Tales of Monkey Island possible. Says Telltale Games director. eurogamer.net SteelAttack
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[edge-online.com] Benefit Denial Activation technology coming Thieves wont get the benefit edge-online.com gamingeek
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[ign.com] Conduit IGN review 8.6 ign.com gamingeek
[gamespot.com] Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings review Gamespot 3.5 gamespot.com gamingeek
[gamespot.com] Tales of Monkey Island video preview gamespot.com gamingeek
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[eurogamer.net] Battlefield Heroes finally goes live Web-based and free! Tally ho! eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] Serious Sam HD also coming to PC CDV doing the honours this autumn. eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] PS3 Fallout 3 DLC is nearly done "Finishing touches" now, says Hines.   eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] First Serious Sam HD screenshots "I eat resistance for breakfast!" eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] EA: we will still publish Rage Deal not affected by id acquisition. eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] Reeves to speak at GamesCon Germany Former SCEE boss looking for freedom. eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] Croteam making Serious Sam for XBLA HD revamp this summer for 10 quid. eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] The Path developer doing Salomé game It's heading our way this October. eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] Last Remnant PS3 hopes fade further Square Enix has to consider profitability. eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] Zeno Clash to be half-price this weekend Buy it ! eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] Brand new exclusive Trials HD shots Wheelie good. Engine-uinely excited. eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] Gearbox trademarks War Hero Four titles in the bag, suggests franchise. eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] Original Beatles advising on Rock Band McCartney's been heckling the designers. eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] Romero initially outraged by id acquisition But has now calmed down and is "positive" eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] Square Enix being sued by FFXI player For allegedly concealing monthly fees. eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] Carmack was "tired" of publisher deals Acquisition sees id become own boss. eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story Preview Eurogamer eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[eurogamer.net] Eurogamer Reviewa Another Code R 6/10 eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[officialnintendomagazine.co.uk] Another Code R NOM review 84% officialnintendomagazine.co.uk gamingeek
[eurogamer.net] Eurogamer hands-on Sin and Punishment 2 Only hardcore need to apply eurogamer.net Iga_Bobovic
[gametrailers.com] MySims Racing gametrailers Review gametrailers.com Iga_Bobovic
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[ign.com] id Deal Doesn't Affect Wolfenstein, Rage Activision and EA say their games with id are still a go. ign.com Iga_Bobovic
[ign.com] Free-to-Play is Here to Stay A look at the latest trend in the MMO market ign.com Iga_Bobovic
[ign.com] Welcome to Mytheon Petroglyph and True Games tell us about their upcoming persistent online game set in mythical Ancient Greece. ign.com Iga_Bobovic
[ign.com] Fallout 3: Point Lookout IGN Review Hillbillies and swamp gas invade the wasteland. 8.5 ign.com Iga_Bobovic
[ign.com] Kodu Nails Down Release Date? The game creation tool is nearly here. ign.com Iga_Bobovic
[ign.com] Facebook, Twitter on 360 only used by girls and girly men ign.com Iga_Bobovic
[ign.com] Rumor: Halo 3: ODST Achievements Leak Still three months away, Halo fans can start making achievements plans. ign.com Iga_Bobovic
[ign.com] Overlord II IGN Review More frustrating than fun. 6.0 ign.com Iga_Bobovic
[ign.com] Superstars V8 Racing screens ign.com Iga_Bobovic
[ign.com] Dynasty Warriors 6: Empires IGN Review Adding a much-needed pinch of strategy to the recipe. 6.8 ign.com Iga_Bobovic
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[ign.com] Final Fantasy Hits Japan The remake of the original is now avaialable for download. ign.com Iga_Bobovic
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[arstechnica.com] Arstechnica Conduit review Verdict: BUY "The Conduit brought an actual, honest-to-goodness, high-class first-person shooter title to a system that badly needed it." arstechnica.com gamingeek
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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 10:30:14

aspro73 said:

Ravenprose said:

BTW, is that really what it's like to play a new game on PS3? If so, then that sucks! It's very rare when I have to update a 360 game.

That is not the case in my exp.

honestly i had to download crap for over 4 hours before i could play burnout paradise

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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 10:35:09

gamingeek said:

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gamingeek said:

Yeah, so my 360 is dying now. I checked it with another game other than RE5 last night and yeah, it's freezing up frequently now, within a few seconds of starting the game. Even on the home menu. Even on the boot up sequence.

It's all the more suprising given how infrequently I use it. This is the first time I've turned it on in a few months. This is atrocious. I had 3 original Xboxs and now the 360 conks out on me. How do MS expect to build any brand loyalty when this crap happens? They better pay for the repairs for free, including postage or I'm done.

That sucks. If it's out of warranty, I'd just let it run until it (hopefully) gives you either an RRoD or E74 error. Those are the only two system errors that Micr$uck will fix after the first 90 days; The 3 Year warranty extension only applies to those two errors, I believe.

One thing is for sure. This will be my last Micosoft console. They couldn't build reliable hardware to save their own lives.

Oh no. The 3 year only applies to those? Sad What is the E74 and what does that look like?

 From Wikipedia's Xbox 360 technical problems:

An E74 error is when the lower-right quadrant of the ring-piece indicator flashes red and displays an error message in multiple languages: "E74 System Error. Contact Xbox Customer Support". The error is caused when there's a video problem, either because the audio/video cable is broken or when the Xbox 360 hardware scaler chip is damaged.[67] As of April 14, 2009, the E74 error is now covered by the three-year extended warranty, and customers who previously paid Microsoft for out-of-warranty service to correct the E74 error will receive a refund.[68][69]

It is worth noting that the E74 error is displayed in the Screens of Death article as a "Green Screen of Death" because early versions of these errors had an almost jet-black background with a hue of dark green.


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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 10:36:43

bugsonglass said:

aspro73 said:

Ravenprose said:

BTW, is that really what it's like to play a new game on PS3? If so, then that sucks! It's very rare when I have to update a 360 game.

That is not the case in my exp.

honestly i had to download crap for over 4 hours before i could play burnout paradise

 Damn! GASP

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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 10:45:06

Ravenprose said:

bugsonglass said:

aspro73 said:

Ravenprose said:

BTW, is that really what it's like to play a new game on PS3? If so, then that sucks! It's very rare when I have to update a 360 game.

That is not the case in my exp.

honestly i had to download crap for over 4 hours before i could play burnout paradise

 Damn! GASP

 Wow, my decision to buy a gaming PC once I have money is sounding more and more logical. The HD consoles are getting way too close to the PC, might as well buy a PC then!

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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 10:45:56
Thanks Raven. At the moment I get the red and white checkered screen or just a complete freeze.

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Hey:


LMAO

UPDATE - It looks like there's not one, but TWO Tingle games. The second title is a full-out Tingle title for DS, and it looks to be a lot like a sequel to Title's first DS outing. Check out the scans here.

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Nintendo has let loose another surprise on gamers. The Tingle title they were teasing ended up being for DSiWare, and it's available in Japan right now. We don't have any details on what the game is right now, but perhaps you can pull some details from the pics above. Thanks to NintenDaan for the heads up!

More screens here
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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 11:12:23

Wow, Garnett Lee on Conduit controls again:

@MitchyD all that customization only amounts to a cry for help trying to adapt the Wiimote to something it just doesn't do all that well

Wow. What a tool.

This is funny from the Gamepro review, a user mocked this up:

You know you can complain about many things when it comes to this game, from old design to genericness or whatever, but controls complaints are a joke.

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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 11:29:15
1UP has not released their score yet for Conduit. Right?
http://www.1up.com/do/gameOverview?cId=3168043

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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 11:33:04

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1UP has not released their score yet for Conduit. Right?
http://www.1up.com/do/gameOverview?cId=3168043

Nope, but you can tell it will be like a D or C-.

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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 11:37:43

Iga_Bobovic said:
Wow, my decision to buy a gaming PC once I have money is sounding more and more logical. The HD consoles are getting way too close to the PC, might as well buy a PC then!

 Yeah, that sounds like a good idea, Iga.

One of the reasons why I'm a console gamer is to get away from having to download patches and other irritating nonsense just to play a game on PC, but it looks like Microsoft and Sony are both headed in that dreadful direction. Sad

I'll become a full retro gamer before I put up with stupid crap like 4+ hour patches and faulty hardware. My Atari 2600 is over 20 years old, and it still works like new. I wonder if any of the current gen home consoles will still work 20 years from now?

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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 11:44:37

Gamesradar Conduit review is quite funny to read.

If you’re reading this than we’ll assume you’re a seasoned gamer who knows his or her shit. As such, you’d be completely within your right to say that most third party Wii developers have all but abandoned fulfilling the needs of traditional gamers, and left the console an exclusive dumping grounds of dog-and-pony fashion shows, talking candy, and Majesco.

Above: Killing Mama

But remember: The Wii had always promised a different experience, one free of complicated button interfaces and the latest processers, so as to melt our faces off with something we’ve never seen before. Like it or not Johnny Hardcore, Nintendo has - to some extent - delivered on that promise. However, there was an indirect assurance made towards a specific genre that has gone woefully unfulfilled.

Not only had the Wii Remote and Nunchuk seemed poised to revitalize the console First-Person Shooter, some of us thought this was our chance to finally tell the PC mouse-and-keyboarders to STFU… Yet here we stand nearly three years later with nothing but a single FPS worth recommending and that genre seemingly having thrown in the towel. Then, there was Conduit.

“It’s pretty good… for a Wii game.” That’s a qualifier we’re sick of hearing, yet one that’s nearly impossible to escape when talking traditional Wii offerings. Luckily, it’s one we don’t really need to apply to here, since Sega and High Voltage appear to have nominated themselves as the Wii’s hardcore torchbearers. It feels great to say it: The Conduit is fun, controls well, and is, at times, quite beautiful… yes, for a Wii game.

Oh, in case you’re not familiar with how to control an FPS with a Wii Remote, it’s all about "The Dead Zone."


Above: How The Conduit works

LOL


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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 11:47:42

Oh LOL, it was the gamesradar review that wrote this. Gamepro owned.

Stuff that sucks about reviewing games #475: You jot down a poignantly hilarious aside, heroically skewering a game for a specific fault… then you check the menu and realize that it’s optional/adjustable and you look like an asshole for not being thorough. The book hasn’t been written on how Wii FPSs should work, so The Conduit leaves you free tailor the interface to your specific liking.

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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 14:16:59

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Iga_Bobovic said:
Wow, my decision to buy a gaming PC once I have money is sounding more and more logical. The HD consoles are getting way too close to the PC, might as well buy a PC then!

Yeah, that sounds like a good idea, Iga.

One of the reasons why I'm a console gamer is to get away from having to download patches and other irritating nonsense just to play a game on PC, but it looks like Microsoft and Sony are both headed in that dreadful direction. Sad

This is one of the biggest reasons that I avoid modern PC gaming (I still pick up 10 year old games and enjoy the hell out of them though).  I like being able to plug in a console and play. Plug-and-play. That's one of the reasons consoles became popular in the first place.  There was no checking specs, no typing in run codes, just put the game in and play.  And it saddens me to see the PS3 and 360 trying to become PC lites.  Just hope Nintendo keeps avoiding that in the next gen.

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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 14:26:10
Hey for those of you who've spent time with The World Ends With You, can you answer a quick question for me?  Does the game ever start to feel less chaotic.  I've only been through the first chapter, but after playing it I kind of felt more like I was just mashing buttons at time and was barely in control of what I was doing.
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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 15:16:59
As a platform, PC will always be the superior one, on many counts, provided you are willing to invest the time, effort and money into it. However, the HD consoles are nowhere near the complexity of a gaming PC. Not even lite ones, whatever the fuck that means. Having to go through updates sometimes when you first boot the game or go through the occasional patch has nothing to do with the kind of crap dedicated PC gamers have to go through on a constant basis, with virtually every single fucking game released. But those are the lenghts you are willing to go if you want to play your games the way God himself commanded you to. Don't want to have to download patches and updates? Unplug the Ethernet cable, or don't hook up your system to your wireless network. Problem solved.

We want more complex systems, and more demanding games, but we won't take the shit that unavoidably comes with that jump. Even the Wii has system and game updates, so Nintendo hasn't exactly been avoiding it. Raven said that his 2600 system still worked after 20 years, well, no shit. The system is now barely more than a fucking toaster in terms of complexity. Outside of a dedicated gaming rig, consoles are probably some of the most complex pieces of electronics you are going to have in your household, unless you have some weird shit like the Haptic dildo or whatever. They are bound to crap out. And this is not me saying that shit like what Microsoft pulled off with the 360 is a-ok in my book. Their shitty engineering and rushing to launch a console that had no fucking Q&A whatsoever cost them over 1 billion, and a crapload of brand loyalty.

This trend of updates and patches on online enabled consoles shows two important aspects that reflect the current state of modern console gaming. One is the undeniable fact that many game developers and publishers choose to release games that are not finished, in their rush to recoup dev costs as quickly as possible. The other, is the undeniable advantage that having an online enabled console gives those developers when trying to fix errors and fuckups that with earlier consoles would have ended up with a game fucked up without any possibility of repair. You can't have all the sweet stuff without tasting shit from time to time. We've become whiny bitches. Nothing more, nothing less.
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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 15:35:24

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Hey for those of you who've spent time with The World Ends With You, can you answer a quick question for me?  Does the game ever start to feel less chaotic.  I've only been through the first chapter, but after playing it I kind of felt more like I was just mashing buttons at time and was barely in control of what I was doing.

i played the game to completion and then some more to pick up story bits etc.  .  by chaotic i believe you are referring to the combat on the top screen?  well to be honest with you after a short while i gave up trying to navigate through the arrows in order to build combos and i was just pressing the d-pad left or right (depending on which side your enemies are) as fast as i could.  more often than not i would pull off combos without worrying about it or trying.  this strategy worked for me through the entire game.  it lets you concentrate on the bottom screen where you should be well in control of what you're doing and on the top screen you are attacking much faster than you would if you let the game AI do it for you completely.

it's also very important that you experiment a lot with pins.  find not just the good ones but the ones you enjoy using, and also have a good mixture (like one deffensive one which will boost your health if need be, one which you can use many times until it needs charging, and a really powerful one etc).  the game is also very generous with its levelling up so you need to manually slide your level down a good bit to ensure the enemies are dropping a lot of money and rare pins otherwise you'll be earning next to nothing.  hope this helps you at the beginning at least.

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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 15:53:41

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robio said:
Hey for those of you who've spent time with The World Ends With You, can you answer a quick question for me?  Does the game ever start to feel less chaotic.  I've only been through the first chapter, but after playing it I kind of felt more like I was just mashing buttons at time and was barely in control of what I was doing.

i played the game to completion and then some more to pick up story bits etc.  .  by chaotic i believe you are referring to the combat on the top screen?  well to be honest with you after a short while i gave up trying to navigate through the arrows in order to build combos and i was just pressing the d-pad left or right (depending on which side your enemies are) as fast as i could.  more often than not i would pull off combos without worrying about it or trying.  this strategy worked for me through the entire game.  it lets you concentrate on the bottom screen where you should be well in control of what you're doing and on the top screen you are attacking much faster than you would if you let the game AI do it for you completely.

it's also very important that you experiment a lot with pins.  find not just the good ones but the ones you enjoy using, and also have a good mixture (like one deffensive one which will boost your health if need be, one which you can use many times until it needs charging, and a really powerful one etc).  the game is also very generous with its levelling up so you need to manually slide your level down a good bit to ensure the enemies are dropping a lot of money and rare pins otherwise you'll be earning next to nothing.  hope this helps you at the beginning at least.

Yeah that was my concern.  I'm starting to "get it" though and while I was hestitating at first now I'm enjoying the game.  I'm getting a little better at the dual screen battles, but I still suck in general in the fights. So far I'm scoring at the E and D level.  Oh well, I'm sure I'll get better as time moves on.  

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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 18:56:05

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As a platform, PC will always be the superior one, on many counts, provided you are willing to invest the time, effort and money into it. However, the HD consoles are nowhere near the complexity of a gaming PC. Not even lite ones, whatever the fuck that means. Having to go through updates sometimes when you first boot the game or go through the occasional patch has nothing to do with the kind of crap dedicated PC gamers have to go through on a constant basis, with virtually every single fucking game released. But those are the lenghts you are willing to go if you want to play your games the way God himself commanded you to. Don't want to have to download patches and updates? Unplug the Ethernet cable, or don't hook up your system to your wireless network. Problem solved.

We want more complex systems, and more demanding games, but we won't take the shit that unavoidably comes with that jump. Even the Wii has system and game updates, so Nintendo hasn't exactly been avoiding it. Raven said that his 2600 system still worked after 20 years, well, no shit. The system is now barely more than a fucking toaster in terms of complexity. Outside of a dedicated gaming rig, consoles are probably some of the most complex pieces of electronics you are going to have in your household, unless you have some weird shit like the Haptic dildo or whatever. They are bound to crap out. And this is not me saying that shit like what Microsoft pulled off with the 360 is a-ok in my book. Their shitty engineering and rushing to launch a console that had no fucking Q&A whatsoever cost them over 1 billion, and a crapload of brand loyalty.

This trend of updates and patches on online enabled consoles shows two important aspects that reflect the current state of modern console gaming. One is the undeniable fact that many game developers and publishers choose to release games that are not finished, in their rush to recoup dev costs as quickly as possible. The other, is the undeniable advantage that having an online enabled console gives those developers when trying to fix errors and fuckups that with earlier consoles would have ended up with a game fucked up without any possibility of repair. You can't have all the sweet stuff without tasting shit from time to time. We've become whiny bitches. Nothing more, nothing less.

There are various reasons why I am planning to buy a gaming PC.

1) My laptop is breaking down. The joints are both broken and it crashes sometimes. So I need a new PC laptop, so might as well buy a gaming ready machine

2) There was always need to upgrade PC's to play the latest game, but Crysis is two years old and it's still the best looking game. No game comes close. This says to me that there is no economic incentive to increase the graphical fidelity of games. I guess it's just too costly. I am betting if I get a state of the art PC, I could easily get more than 5 years out of it with no upgrading at all!

3) Old games, besides games like Crysis I am planning to buy old PC games like FallOut 2, Planetscape Torment, and Vampire game (Bloodlines something). I will look carefully to avoid games that have DRM. If they have it, I will wait patiently until they are taken off. I will then buy game and install all the needed mods to make the game more enjoyable. Another thing the PC is better at, I do not have to wait until a developer gets of his ass to fix some bugs. I can just download some mods to fix it. So I will only buy games after I know there is no DRM, and I know where to download some mods. I will not buy games at launch, that just asking for problems. 

4) Time, I will not buy a PC soon, there are still an assload of Wii and DS games I need to buy. I will watch the development of PC's carefully.  

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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 19:19:37

Yeah that sucks about your 360 GG. Hopefully and most likely it will RRoD or E74 and then you'll get a free fix which may end up being a replacement model and since the 360's these days are of much better reliability because they run less hot that would be best. The cost of this this gen has surely been significant to Microsoft so I'm 99% sure it won't be something they repeat next gen.

As far as needing to update my games for the 360 when it's needed it literally takes like no more then a few seconds so that's hardly something that bothers me. The reason I prefer console gaming over PC is that the selection of games on the console side is overwhelming superior. Not that there is some great games on PC that I'd love to play just that there is waaaaaay more on consoles that I can choose from.

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Wed, 24 Jun 2009 19:41:44

This generation stinks in reliability. I've had broken DS Lite hinges that I have to pay to replace. I mean what? Nintendo makes them crappy and I have to pay for it to get fixed? Then I get red and green dots on the Wii thanks to an overheated GPU. Thank God it only happens occasionally and that the games still run at least. And now my 360 has packed in.  

What happened to consoles that last?

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