pittsoccer33 wrote:Why weren't they (or at least some of them) ready at the launch?
Mario 64 and Pilotwings 64 were both important to show how 360 console games would work
Wii Sports was important to show how the motion controller would work
canaan wrote:Sarcastic wrote:canaan, are you getting a PS4?
i believe so, but maybe not at release...well see what i can talk the wife into. the wiiU might have ruined me for a while.
This is pretty interesting about how the Xbox One's used game/DRM has no real legal precedent"The facts of a 1996 case regarding EULA's are so out of date we might as well be debating whether or not tyrannosaurs have a right to eat leftovers of a stegosaurus left back a pack of velociraptors."
I'm trying to remember exactly, but wasnt Stegosaurus a jurassic period dinosaur, and the others were cretaceous?
pittsoccer33 wrote:honestly with the games that were shown off at the event I think the Wii U looks like the best "new" system to buy over the next 18 months.
eddysnake wrote:pittsoccer33 wrote:honestly with the games that were shown off at the event I think the Wii U looks like the best "new" system to buy over the next 18 months.
I'm going to be in big trouble, it's been a month and I'm 5% through Lego Batman, I need to make some serious life changes in preparation for the new games coming out.
pittsoccer33 wrote:Steam offers sales, Steam offers discounts. And most importantly Steam has competitors.
People that buy used games don't really want used products. They want cheaper ones.
tifosi77 wrote:Got everything up and running and started Last Of Us this morning.
Holy crap, that opening was......
She'sTheFastest wrote:Leisure Suit Larry II: Looking for Love in all the Wrong Places
I'm hoping mine is not, i Know it connects early in the morning to look for updates. I think I have to install them though myself. We shall see. Won't be happy if it's messed up.
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