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The review is okay and I wouldn't call it biased. Too bad they won't be able to review Kinect though - the classic game room is obviously way too small for Kinect.



i love this guys reviews



Playstation All-Stars is one of the best games I've played this gen, and is the most fun I've had in a game this gen.

Love Classic Game Room.



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I always like Classic Game Room reviews, they are better than any review site out there.



Above: still the best game of the year.

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Ajescent said:

Eventhough they were just fooling around with it, they did make some good points like with projectors and so on.


I dont have speaker right now, what are they saying about projectors? Doesnt cause any problem here.



Icyedge said:
Ajescent said:

Eventhough they were just fooling around with it, they did make some good points like with projectors and so on.


I dont have speaker right now, what are they saying about projectors? Doesnt cause any problem here.


They were saying if you have a projector or a really large tv, because the wire on the camera is short it might be difficult to place the camera in a place that's A: Central to the screen B: at the same time within reach of the PS3 because not everyone has their ps3 right next to screen.

Also the camera wire is too fat and can sometimes move the camera out of place when you finally get it into a perfect position, same thing I've experience time after time.



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Ajescent said:
Icyedge said:
Ajescent said:

Eventhough they were just fooling around with it, they did make some good points like with projectors and so on.


I dont have speaker right now, what are they saying about projectors? Doesnt cause any problem here.


They were saying if you have a projector or a really large tv, because the wire on the camera is short it might be difficult to place the camera in a place that's A: Central to the screen B: at the same time within reach of the PS3 because not everyone has their ps3 right next to screen.

Also the camera wire is too fat and can sometimes move the camera out of place when you finally get it into a perfect position, same thing I've experience time after time.

Ah, I see, all of that is in fact problematic. Luckily I have a center speaker right below the middle of the screen. I used double face tape to fix the camera. I also had to  purchase a 15 feet extension USB cable.



Ajescent said:
Icyedge said:
Ajescent said:

Eventhough they were just fooling around with it, they did make some good points like with projectors and so on.


I dont have speaker right now, what are they saying about projectors? Doesnt cause any problem here.


They were saying if you have a projector or a really large tv, because the wire on the camera is short it might be difficult to place the camera in a place that's A: Central to the screen B: at the same time within reach of the PS3 because not everyone has their ps3 right next to screen.

Also the camera wire is too fat and can sometimes move the camera out of place when you finally get it into a perfect position, same thing I've experience time after time.

I have experienced the wire moving the cam before, but the cord isn't really that short.  I mean I have a 52" screen TV and my PS3 sits on a stand that's a good foot to foot & 1/2 from my TV, but I can still get the cam to sit in the middle of my TV.

@ OP

I love watching CGR.  And really, I'm surprised it was picking up his movements when he was that close to the TV.  I'm usually 1-2 feet back farther then he was.



He sounds like Ray romano