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Comment: Re:No cable, no problem (Score 1) 392

The Major Sports Leagues offer streaming services, but most of them black out local IPs for both teams, and essentially the whole country for national broadcasts (latter at least on NHL Gamecenter Live)

They even expressly forbid bypassing the blackouts (ie, VPN, proxies, etc) in their TOS.

Comment: Available on PSX (Score 2) 251

by Nexzus (#47069729) Attached to: It's Time For the <em>Descent</em> Games Return

A buddy and I had the game on our playstations, and it was one of the few the supported the Link cable on that system.

Two CRTs placed near each other, two PSXs , two copies of the game and the link cable made for awesome afternoons.

Played and controlled well enough, especially since the dual[analog|shock] hadn't been released yet.

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