I totally agree with you. Just look at Need For Speed Hot Pursuit. The requirements state that you should have an Xbox360 controller for your PC, to play it. WTF!!! I have a $300 G27 wheel why would I use and XBOX360 controller. And the game is made for the controller. Its just a shitty console port. I got a refund it was sooo bad. But this is what we are seeing more and more of. games developed for the console and then ported over to PC.
Come on Steve....you are not fooling anyone. We know its you.
As opposed to every other channel. News flash! All TV channels want ratings. Its like saying that a restaurant doesn't want customers. I only go to those restaurants that make food no one else wants. Those are the best.
Yes and they took the top for most energy efficient because energy costs so much. My 850 square foot apartment cost me almost 3 times as much to heat and cool as the 1950 square foot townhouse i rent now in eastern Washington. My energy bill in Concord Ca. which is in the bay area was $250+ a month. Here in eastern Washington. $85-$105 a month.
Yea I have to agree, the first thing I though was that this lady planned this to get $ out of a settlement. In the article the lady says that she trusted the tech and felt that he had her best interest in mind. Really!!! You trust some random guy from India that you have never met. It all just seems fishy to me.
I have a ATI 5970 and a 28in monitor. My e-penis is so large, I should do porn.
I agree with this to some extent. It really depends on the game. FPS games I really only like the MP. SP seems to be so repetitive and boring. The AI just sucks compared to a real person. On a game like GTA the single player was the best, although the MP was fun. I was pleasantly surprised with Dirt 2. The single player was fun, but wow the MP just blew it away. After 200 hours of MP, if I try to play SP then I have to turn it up to the hardest difficulty and even then I just smoke the AI. I still think MP is where it is at, no matter how good AI is it will never compare to playing against "real" people. And I use the term never loosely, because I am sure one day it will be able to compete.
A man is known by the company he organizes. -- Ambrose Bierce