Can a general purpose PC do MASSIVE DAMAGE?
I understand why you're posting AC. Sadly,
#1 is bullshit. With XNA, it's WAY easier for indies to develop for xbox than any other console.
Are you that pompous ass at every party who feels the need to brag to everyone "I don't even OWN a TV"?
Have you seen the proposed specs on the PS4 and next Xbox? They seem pretty powerful to just be targeting "soccer moms".
Nintendo has built an empire out of dead horse beating
I think I have a new signature.
using some proprietary format is just plain idiotic because of the overhead costs.
I'm actually kind of surprised MS didn't just buy up the old HD-DVD patents and re-task that format for game discs.
In the next gen, poor Kratos will be down to killing gods from minor cults in western China.
Somewhere, a Nintendo exec is opening a bottle of Jack Daniels to pour a toast to the one year they had a current gen console.
But seriously, any word on the optical drives for the new consoles? I imagine Sony will stick to a blu-ray drive (I just hope they lose the bluetooth remote and include an IR sensor this time). But will MS swallow their pride and go bluray (widely viewed as a Sony technology), or develop some proprietary optical drive, or use some sort of SSD-type technology--or take the REALLY bold, and risky, step of going download only? I think they would be better off swallowing their pride and going blu-ray myself. But, then again, I say that as someone who has a lot of blu-ray movies and who would really like one console to watch all my stuff instead of several.
It means our white kids are as good as your white kids.
While the price and features of the Redbox service are similar to what's offered by Netflix, its library is smaller and focused mainly on the most popular Hollywood fare, which Strickland says are the movies that "really matter in the marketplace."
Well, that pretty much rules out my tastes, then. No thanks.
Wish there were a +1000 insightful mod.
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