- A 35 year old male gamer
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- Joined on January 31st 2010, last online on 27 April 2017.
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You pick up MW3? Make sure you read this if you want some quick Xp!
"Interesting PS3 numbers [...] cooking the books over at Sony." Just a reminder of your post, dude you can't be that stu... serious can you? -_- 314 to 402k is a range that we put because it was at most 28% up (402k) but at least bigger than march 2010 (314k). Understood?
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bugrimmar said: Digital Distribution: +Your games will never disappear, you will always have the ability to repossess them in the event of a disaster +You can get games from your house if you didn't want to go to the store. +You can save space in your house. +You can access any of your games at a touch of a button, without having to switch discs. +You are not using any physical resources...
Here is the deal for me. It has nothing to do with GPU, CPU or RAM. One console is created by gamers and for gamers. The other console is created by corporate suits who want to spy on you by remotely activating the Kinect camera and/or microphone to do "consumer research" on your living room. Personally, I have an Xbox 360 Slim. I see very little reason to get an Xbone. I see all the reasons...
Centralized action from an entrenched interest only gets you so far. The question I would ask is how does Europe and the civilized world incentivize those capable workers who have willingly left the work force? How do you get those minds into your organization to push it to the next level? I believe that we are living in a poverty of imagination. Those who are invested are anything but creative...
Eye colour: Blue
Hair colour: Blonde
Zodiac sign: Leo
Relationship status: Single
Favourite Games: The most influential on me:
2. Warcraft 2
3. Deus Ex
4. World of Warcraft
Favourite Music: Stevie Ray Vaughan, 2Pac, Freddie King, Albert King, James Brown, Tito & Tarantula, Buddy Guy, Rory Gallagher, Bad Company, DMX, Too $hort, and many more.
Favourite Films: I have watched many and own more than a few. This being said, I am not a movie buff like others I know.
Favourite Books: I am not even going to begin after being asked what are my "Favourite Films." Long story made short: I have quite a few, but the most impressionable on me has been Lord of the Flies by William Golding.
Favourite Food: Traditional Mexican. If the beans are not refried with lard, then it is nuevo mexicano crap, which I will not give my money to.
About Me: I am not here to make friends. I am here to get my view across be it the most reasoned or the most unreasoned and pathetic like a 4am phone call to an ex-girlfriend. I will offend you, I will support you, and I will surprise you.
I do have my biases. Having begun my video game career with Nintendo, I am hardest on Nintendo because my most fond and impressionable memories come from their games. Sony was my junior high and high school system in the late 1990s and early 2000s. I gave my PS2 away during my sophomore year in college. The last Sony console game I played was Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. As for Microsoft, I am softer on them as they are the new kid on the block and need to have fail or succeed miserably for me to lay into them.
PC gaming is a mainstay for me. I can only play console games before going back to a game like Minecraft. I do not own a "tricked out" PC. I have a 3 year old gaming PC that I bought after my "going to college" PC pooped out after 7 years and a couple thousand of dollars I invested into it 2009. Yes, I owned the same gaming rig for 7 years. Longer than any console I have owned.
Frankly, I have forgotten how I got rid of my SNES, N64, and PS1. I am pretty sure a couple got lost in moves and the last one, the N64, was sold for money saving up for the PS2.
Other than that, I can drink you under the table and still be sober enough to call for a cab and escort you home.