I think it is just worded wonky... I get the impression that they mean that PINBALL is the unlikely place in retro gaming that people would expect a resurgence.
Interesting. I guess I never realized that the PS3 controllers had this capability because I never played anything that apparently used this and also because there was no indication on the controller that they had analog button functions. I remember the old conrollers had that button that actually said, "ANALOG" on it, so there was no mistaking there.
Yeah, I guess you can call them seldom used... I never even knew the PS3 had controllers with those buttons. My PS3 controllers never had them.
In all fairness... most shows take a couple seasons to hit their stride. I still remember watching the first episode of Star Trek: TNG and thinking that it stunk and I completely gave up on the show at that point. I then rejoined the party in season 2 and ended up loving the series, for the most part.
Also, how many episodic things have the Wachowskis worked on? I can only think of the Matrix films. Maybe there are things out there I haven't seen yet.
Ditto! My m515 is also not holding much of a charge any longer. Still love that little thing, even if it is pretty old-school, at this point.
Imagine if he was 42... that would have surely been wild.
How does this bode for quantum encryption? Me thinks it makes it a bit less hack-proof. I guess the good news is that it sounds like Star Trek transporters are another tiny step closer to reality.
This new HDD is great... but now my dog is running in circles howling!
There is only one choice... Hypnotoad! O_o
Just be sure not to trade for the Trumbles! Oof! Big mistake!
Without treking around the universe and exploring, Star Trek isn't nearly as fun.
The same link applies to the press conference, which is about to start.
Here is the direct URL to Youtube, in case the Red Bull Stratos site isn't working for people:
Oh... I totally believe that was the case. And maybe the perjury thing too.
I can already envision the corny TV commercial hawking these things. If they showed the orcs producing the coins like they were churning out weapons in the movies, that would be pure perfection.