Haha nice video editing :D It wouldn't be physically possible to do it for real considering the cats' weight.
I don't care, VT3 was the last Virtua Tennis I bought. Top Spin is just a much better game if you're looking for a good tennis simulation.
Nah...Opera is better. Try Opera 11 and you'll see.
Nice, the new version 11 really got me into using Opera exclusively. Now finally it's much better and faster than Firefox or Chrome in my opinion.
@thereapersson You cannot compare a 2010 with a 2011 score, standards keep changing.
Like Gears 2?
Square can redeem themselves with this game, hopefully they don't mess it up!
"In the US" No surprise, Microsoft always gets a free pass there for being a domestic company.
Amsterdam? Nice. That'll help to convince people of the 3D effect even more.
Mod win, video fail.
If it really was perfectly good, it wouldn't be so easy to bypass it.
You guys don't know what you're talking about. "Lost their case"? Based on what?
If you're intellectually able to specify why you find this comment stupid, you might do so now. Otherwise your statement applies to yourself.
Hilarious. Just put them all in one bag and let them have a rage quitting competition. The one who pulls faster wins the duel, just like in the old days.
It might be a nice proof of concept, but why would anyone use laggy Kinect for a game that requires fast reaction and finesse? It's almost like using it for Street Fighter, makes no sense.
Sony is not the law. Them breaking your console for breaking their TOS would be illegal in many countries.
If this has any consequence it will be that we will see more casual and low budget games and less blockbuster titles. I doubt they will charge more than 60 bucks, which by the way is not expensive compared to older gens (Neo Geo anyone?).
Not a big deal.
On this site whenever there's new about a Kinect hack everybody cheers but when it's about the PS3 jaibreak, people go mad. Hypocrites. And don't say it's different, both are hacks that are not wished by the company.
Buying a laser on ebay and doing it yourself is even cheaper.
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