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Submitted by lifesanrpg 445d ago | opinion piece

The five biggest no-brainers in gaming

GameZone writes, "Every gamer has their holy grail, that one beautiful thing that would bring with it total satisfaction and bliss, if only the powers that be got their crap together and made it happen! And so, we’ve compiled a list. Below you will find the five most obvious and frequently fan-requested things in the world of video gaming that, if they ever existed, would just absolutely succeed. Each one of them will make your heart hurt. Ladies and gentlemen, the five biggest no-brainers in gaming" (Final Fantasy VII, GameCube, PS3, Retro, Virtual Console, Wii, Wii U, Xbox, Xbox 360)

caseh  +   445d ago
PSN+ has shaped up quite nicely, I wasn't convinced at first when I saw the games that were available but recently its stepped up quite nicely.

It has the added bonus that never seems to get highlighted, but if you download a title it is still available to play once its been replaced by newer titles. So I still have Streets of Rage 2 available to me going way back to when Sony gave 1 months free access for the PSN bodge up they made. :)
Dwalls1171  +   445d ago
I completely agree , playstation plus is probably the best thing you can buy in gaming right now
contradictory  +   445d ago
yeah, psn+ is quite good all things considered.
i haven't regretted one day subscribing.
LightSamus  +   445d ago
What most impressed with lately are the Vita offerings. As someone who doesn't own a Vita yet, the instant availability of 7 or so games so far if I purchased is damn tempting.
DigitalRaptor  +   445d ago
Yep, it would suck if you only get to play what is available each month rather than everything you've downloaded since becoming a subscriber.
Kingthrash360  +   445d ago
Yeah thos 5 points are pretty much what's needed ( or due ) in the gaming world right now, XBL with ps+ features and a remake of ff7 would never fail. Even tho square as we all know has been smoking some bad weed after making ffX so a remake is not in the cards.
Speaking of remakes, sup with rival schools Capcom? No sequel? I see somebody's been sharing blunts with square....
caseh  +   445d ago
Capcom released the Rival Schools sequel (Project Justice) on the Dreamcast a loooong time ago. Wasn't as good as the original but I wouldn't object to a HD remake of both games. If they really pulled their act together they could pull the Evolution disc from the original RS out of their arse and include that as well.

Saying that, this is Capcom we're talking about here. It would probably be on the disc and unlocked via a cash deposit into their bank account. :/
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Karpetburnz  +   445d ago
I agree with what it was saying about PS+

It offers so many great deals and features, Its a no brainer that Its the best service for any console. Microsoft need to step up their game.
black911  +   444d ago
Online is killin gaming.
Godmars290  +   444d ago
No, that's one of the arguable points no one will agree on.

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