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WiiU Pros -$300 with two games, fully backwards compatible, great exclusives, no online fees, innovative control schemes Cons -Few third party games, slightly less graphical fidelity than the other two PS4 Pro -$400, best graphics on a console at the moment, great third party games Con -Pay for online, no backwards compatibility XBO Pro -$350 but cheaper on sale, great third party...
If you have read this far into the thread I doubt you are worried about spoilers so... Was anyone else bothered by a gravitational slingshot around a star/black hole/plot device for travel to an in system planet? For those who don't know, gravitational slingshots try to translate angular velocity of the planets into a velocity gain for the space craft by dipping into the gravity well. ...
Spoiler alert: Despite visual effects, which were not bad, clearly there was some kind of budget for this movie, this like any modern Shamalan piece of crap (yup I know he was not the director) suffered from a few terminal illnesses. Terminal logical falicies were abundant, the 'artistic' direction actually gets in the way of enjoying the movie, and Mathew McCantbelievetheycasthim...