I don't think that would work....what I would expect to see if they actually try to do this would be costing me more than buying the game. I play a game til I beat it...yes if i beat it in 2 days like I did Gods of War then it would be worth paying limited use fee (renting). On the other hand I still haven't gotten around to finishing FFX which I've owned for 2 years. In that case I would have come out cheaper buying the game out right.
That is awesome!
Yeah I agree to a certain extent. Speaking as an owner and avid player of Vegas 2 it is worth the money and highly enjoyable if you have friends and want to play Terrorist hunt or Versus.
I have the same issues with these companies not putting out a descent demo anymore. I usually wait til someone puts a torrent up and then I try it...if I like it I go buy it, if not then it gets deleted...what I had to do with Vegas 2 and with NFS Undercover.
Been using BitTorrent, BitComet, Azureus, OneSwarm for at least 10 yrs now and never had this problem. I have a standard cable modem running thru a linksys modem the entire time....never had any problems and I connect to more than 500 at a time...what OS are u running and what are your system specs?
Actually "wedges" was coined in the book Mother of Storms by John Barnes to refer to people's extracted memories.
Actually yes I have recovered usable data from a HDD that was wiped twice and had started on a third. I just installed my Ontrack Data Recovery Pro and let it run....granted the files weren't perfect and didn't recover many either but some jpgs, rtfs, and a few short mp3s survived.
Actually, and I'll probably be burned at the stake for this but Christianity, and to some extent Islam although I haven't studied it as much, has major roots from Judaism. The Torah, Koran, and Catholic Bible all contain the first five books Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.
Agreed but they have started taking down some of the movies that used to be available for Instant View and adding some of the newer ones. Just about every month now I get a notice saying some of my movies are no longer available for Instant View but look here these will be available starting next month.
No. I haven't had any throttling. I usually get 3 to 6 DVD's a week on a 3 at a time account. Might want to set your dog on the postman tomorrow. ROFL
Actually I've been using Netflix for over a year and they haven't tried to throttle me. I get 3 to 4 movies each week.
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