Over 700,000 of them sold in one day on black Friday, so yes, I'd say that qualifies as popular.
Sprint's 4G network is uncapped. (it's actually run by clearwire).
Their 3G is capped at 5GB a month though.
Sprints 3G is capped at 5 Gig, their 4G is uncapped.
Yes like my ipod touch, that for one update i had to PAY to get the upgrade, and now is completely un supported. Yep... apple rules. Oh no, wait.. the suck. And that's why I bough an android phone.
And you don't have to root your phone to get an update, but you CAN.
*my ac post got downranked for some reason.. so logged in*..
I'm not sure where they got those figures, but they were dead wrong. At any given time the past two weeks, there were maybe 300 people on my server. And there were only 2 NA servers. So.. 600 people in the entire country playing.
Also, they had an in game way, to sell in game cash for RTW points which you used to pay for the game. So after buying the game I never put another cent into their pockets as I could sell a nights's worth of cash farming for a month's worth of play time.
I loved the game, and am sad to see it go, but I've been calling that It was going to die for the past month or so.
There is already one that I know of. http://www.actiondistrict.com/
0*. Buy new graphics card, ram, and cooling fans to be able to run latest game.
0.1* Patch game several times, and download drm crack so that the game runs correctly.
2.1* Game crashes. download latest drivers for video card.
3.1* Game crashes again, new patch is not compatible with old saved games. Start game over.
7* Realize 15 years later that you can't run said game because their drm servers are no longer running and you can't find a copy of the drm crack.
I could keep going.
Not really, most pc games take advantage of the extra power by not bothering to optimize their games to the hardware at all, thus you have games on the 6 year old 360, looking nearly as good as on a brand new 1K machine because they've spent the past 6 years wringing every ounce of power out of it, instead of saying, meh.. they can buy a new graphics card ever year.
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