I guess 60mil(and counting) people secretly don't care.
Cool! Now let me go break out my Voodoo Radeon 9800 card and enjoy this game in all it's splendor.
Some games still can't run native 1080p yet. 900p here, 720p there...upscaled of course. So yeah, wait till 2020 when 4k TV's are $300-500.
Take all the time you need...just not too long plz.
What is this? Sega doing financially well...is this 1992?
After that "need a cell phone app to connect with other players" . I think it's DOA.
Thanks for the heads up mate.
I don't read books, but I would kill, to have a chance at starring in a movie based off a book. The book has pictures, right? We're good.
I kinda feel sry for those who bought the Wii U.
Getting Sonic 3 and S&K will always be a problem. I think it's because Michael Jackson co-produced most if not all the music on those games. That's why if you play the PC versions, some stages have the music changed. Legal headaches.
I can't stop laughing at that pic of the Xbox version.
Sonic 06...Mighty no.9 Is a masterpiece compared to that train wreck. And let's not forget sonic boom(shutters).
You see "console" in the title, and PC gamers still peeking over the fence.
Please, no gimmicks or extra characters.
I understand what you mean. But what I was trying to get at was, if l bought product "A", only to be told later down the line that product "A" was incomplete. And the only way to trully enjoy "A" at its full potential, was to buy "B" and "C". Either it be an add on, or a different SKU.
The point is, if you were an early adopter and already spent $499 on the system only for them to turn around and say "Hey, we f--- up the hardware and made it to weak, so here's the same system with a little extra juice. But you'll have to give us another (maybe) $299-349 dollars for it." No thanks.
First they make the kinect obsolete, now the whole system. Good job Microsoft. The last company to bring out a slightly more stronger system along side their original was Atari with the 7800 model and Sega with Sega CD and 32x. And that didn't end well.
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