I have the more expensive edition of the madcatz SFIV stick and it has been a great stick. You are also incorrect that they only work on their own console. They also work as a USB PC joystick. I actually use mine more for MAME these days than playing street fighter.
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Has Harmonix mentioned how many players you will be able to have on the 360 at the same time? There is a potential of seven (Guitar,Bass,Drums,Keyboard,3 vocalists) can the 360 even handle that many controllers?
I now have only the essentials on my keyring. One house key, one car key, car remote, bottle opener. Makes life seem so much easier every time I pull the keys out of my pocket.
I work in a cheese warehouse that keeps the temp at 38 degrees.
SAP is worse. At least MSFT and Apples software sometimes works like it is supposed to. SAP....not so much.
For those of us geeks that like anime try http://www.otakubooty.com/ to find people in your area.
Did it have a pain in the diodes on its left side?
From the comments at Gizmodo there was a post that explained how to opt out from your web account
Sign in to the Verizon website.
- On the red bar near the top, hover over "My Verizon." Click on "My Profile." (Don't go over to the sub-menu that pops up.)
- In the second section down, under Phone Controls, there's a link to "View/Edit Privacy (CPNI) Settings." Click on that.
- Voila! Click on the button that says "Don't share my CPNI." Remember to hit the save button before you leave.