Conversely, that also gives you the right to eat it in the restaurant, as that is implied in the transaction.
A quarter? It's a pound in the UK, that's like six quarters.
Perhaps the fact that he needs to ask for recommendations for MMOs suggests that he's actually bored of the genre but wants people to convince him to keep playing them.
Way to link to an article with no text or evidence, just a headline. Way to prove your point. Also it's a Murdoch rag, way to be taken seriously.
That the Wii U is a flop is a matter of fact, not opinion. Just look at the sales figures, it's selling worse than the Gamecube.
Trans-fats are not used for flavour, they're used as a preservative. You honestly thought they were putting that shit in for your benefit? Could you tell the difference in a blind test?
Or you could ban trans-fats and TBHQ. No, they don't have to replace it with something else. They could just not stuff food with artificial substances. People would just have to eat real food like we did up until a few decades ago.
"Oh but personal freedom". Sorry but corporations don't have freedom, they're given all sorts of priveleges by the government, and the government can tell them what to do. Those corporations aren't putting that shit in for your benefit, this has nothing to do with civil liberties so you can drop that libertarian bullshit.
How can anyone possibly need artificial trans-fats? Is there some personal health issue which requires these modern substances which we managed without for thousands of years? If so, they can get it on prescription.
You mean have half a dozen champions, with each champion picking and choosing his matches, and champions giving up titles if they challenger isn't worth playing?
Or do you mean having results subjectively decided by judges?
Personally I'm waiting for dinosaurs to make a comeback.
Wages as a proportion of GDP are much lower than they used to be. House sizes are irrelevant, and only really in America, yet the trend for mass unemployement and low wages is common across the developed world.
I don't think it's ever been easier to hook a computer up to a TV via HDMI. The main problem is no-one wants a big noisy clunking desktop computer with all its peripherals in their living room, and PC games rarely have multiplayer.
I'd imagine that most PC gamers who are interested in indie games on Kickstarter or Greenlight already have a controller for their PC. The Xbox/Dualshock layout is pretty standard now on PC so it's easy for games to support them via xinput.
The Japanese market ain't that important anymore. Btw that all other systems combined includes the Wii U, which is selling worse than damn-near everything.
You could have said the exact same thing about the PC vs consoles for the past 30 years, and yet, consoles keep on kicking.
Maybe 15 years. In the olden days, your PS2 had a DVD drive when your PC had just got a CD drive, and your PS1 had a CD drive when having one on your PC meant you were a millionaire.
Your SNES was running Star Fox and Mario Kart when your PC could just about play Civ 1 with 16 colours and the sounds were bleeps from a speaker in your computer case.
How exactly are Nintendo always on top? The Wii U is selling less than the Gamecube, and that was a total bust. When you think about it, three out of Nintendo's last four home consoles were flops. Four out of five if you count the Virtual Boy. Even the SNES managed to lose millions of sales in a growing market.
They're basically kept alive by the handheld division, and the 3DS is selling worse than the DS as mobile games start to nibble into their market.
Where exactly do you see Nintendo in five years? The Wii U sells so badly investors force them out of the home console market, the handhelds lose more and more market share, their core franchises become less and less relevant as fewer people have the platforms to play them.
Their only option will be to become solely a software developer, and release their games cross-platform. Then they'll be one of those third-party developers they've been shitting on since the 80s.