Left 4 Dead & Mass Effect 1 are produced by EA and are exclusive to the 360. SIM Animals, Boom Blox, Need for Speed, etc. are produced by EA and are exclusive to Nintendo consoles. What exclusive game have they made for the PS3?
2 off of the top of my head... Left 4 Dead and Mass Effect 1 for the 360. Then there's a ton on the Wii, and PC. In fact, PS3 is the only one that has not had an exclusive from EA.
Just saying for anyone who doesn't know yet, in the demo, you can get the StA14 Rifle from the marksman on top of the roof on the second part of the demo when you are inside the fortress. Headshots = Decapitation with it.. and it is quite gory.
Yar, I experience it as well.
So then what is reliable? Because I'm pretty sure this is the SECOND review where you guys are saying to wait rofl.
Well.. lets look at the releases.. Q1-Q2: 2 Unannounced Titles Halo Wars Star Ocean: The Last Hope Ninja Blade Splinter Cell ConViction (maybe) Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost & Damned vs. Killzone 2 InFamous Q3-Q4: 2 Unannounced Titles Alan Wake Forza Motorsport 3 (maybe) Halo 3: ODST Mass Effect 2 (maybe) Velvet Assassin vs. <...
Too Human isn't a JRPG moron. Pretty sure the PS3 cant really justify itself to having better RPGs.. I mean, there's how many exactly?
Hmm... pretty sure that Last Remnant isn't an exclusive. Not sure why you guys are using that lolz.
I'm sorry but that last comment from Ryuk was one of the funniest comments I have read on this site.
Those are the exact same words we said about the Famitsu review..
Did he say anything about the graphics being bad? No.. they're phenomenal.. But, I am pretty sure no one would give a damn about Killzone 2 if it weren't for the graphics.. it would probably be a unknown title to the mass public just like Disgaea 3 is.
I haven't found anything wrong with Halo 3 either..
No.. pretty sure Lost Odyssey has sold more.
Blockbuster offers no instant streaming.
In computing, the term stream is used in a number of ways, in all cases referring to a succession of data elements made available over time. To download is to receive data to a local system from a remote system, such as a webserver, FTP server, mail server, or other similar systems. There's a big difference lol.
Just one is lightning speeds faster than the other.
"-You can stream a movie from PSN while it downloads...no wait. It is pretty quick too." rofl no... it's not quick at all. It can only "stream" what you have downloaded.. meaning it can get cut if pretty quickly. Streaming means that the files are being stored in a cache file and are viewable instantly.. If you were downloading a movie and streaming it at the same time, it would constantly have to buffer due to the fact it doesn't store a damn thing and can on...
1. Blockbuster does not offer a instant streaming service. Only downloading, which would put either the Blockbuster service, or the Sony Video store service out of business. And would, generally, be a waste of a contract deal. 2. The number of members it is relating to is the number that use Netflix OFF OF THE 360. Not just Netflix in general. 3. I'm able to download, stream, blah blah whatever about twice as fast on my 360 than my PS3..
You realize there's pretty much 1 exclusive game for the PS3 for the first half of the year correct? There's about 4-6 on the 360. Then another 4-5 in the second half of the year.
Going by that logic, they obviously know more than PS3 fans.. considering the 360 has a multitude of games now from every genre, and an exclusive in each one.
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