Pretty sure you can just use a mini-usb and plug it into the front USB slots. Might be wrong here though.
Nothing over $450 as an Australian. Considering a price tag of $500-$600 USD would be around $700+ to us, I would definitely not buy the PlayStation 4. I remember the PlayStation 2 coming out at $1000, which at the time was ridiculous. If anything, take Nintendo's pricing and I'll gladly pay the $450 at max.
This is quite a pointless petition. Achievements shouldn't even be required for a game to be good, they are a useless e-peen measurement system that gives nothing of value. Who cares if you have 100 points or 10,000, it isn't going to give you anything amazing. I like their current system, where the developer can offer achievements if they really feel the need, otherwise integrate it with Miiverse and have things like NSMBU which offers players the chance to post to t...
Probably because its a useless system that doesn't encourage anything besides sharing ones e-peen levels?
"...but the large update should have shipped on the systems and furthermore it takes up a large chunk of the basic system's 8GB internal HDD." But that's the thing, it doesn't. The update was roughly 1GB, which I don't really see as being a "large" chunk of an 8GB system (which by the way has multiple ports for an external HDD). I'm all for opinions, but at least get the facts straight.
The problem at the moment is simply that the games being showcased - Mass Effect 3 and Batman: Arkham City - are just ports. They are beginner ports from developers who spent max 6 months time to get their title finally onto a Nintendo console. If you look back, you'll see that launch titles for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 were atrocious and downright muddy. Just like how recently Rockstar said only now at the end of the line are good games being made, and that's ...
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