pat_11_5 (User)

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"Technology editor at Postmedia's @CanadaDotCom @canadacomTech"

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Sensationalist? To that I'd respond with one simple fact, the company posted $240 million in loses for 2013.... The numbers don't lie. #6.1
211d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
What qualifies you to be an expert on what constitutes journalism? I'm curious.

Did you actually read the story, or at least glance at the first paragraph before completely discounting it?

I cite facts, conducted research and put a fair amount of work into this article. Nintendo isn't going anywhere any time soon, but the company needs to change its business practices now before it's too late. That is simply all I'm saying. Even blind fanboys... #4.1
211d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
I'm not sure if I want to see Nintendo go third-party, but at some point, it just might have to happen. #1
211d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
I really liked Liberation on the Vita. It's a shame the issues with the Vita version are still around in console port. #1
212d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
That's exactly how I feel.I'm hoping Titanfall gets me interested again. #6
216d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
I don't even think that would help them at this point. Just 4 million units in a year? That's disastrous. And this is coming from someone who loves the Wii U. #5
216d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
I still don't ever see this happening... #1
216d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
Sometimes I wish I could still compete in the genre, but I guess I just don't play FPS games any more. #1
216d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
Yea, it's a lot of fun. Sometimes I think the AI is a little too agressive though. #2
216d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
I wish I knew about this a few months ago. #1
218d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
Not really, that's what it is. It's going to adopt a similar to business model to Netflix and you don't actually own the games, you just pay to access them (exactly like Netflix). #6
223d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
I think PlayStation Now is awesome, but until we know more about it, I'm on the fence. Price is everything for me with this one. #1
223d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
Really? I had no idea you could do that. This doesn't work on the Xbox One though right? Because it doesn't have an internet browser. #20
225d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
That's what I want to do. Sending individual files doesn't cut it for me. #17.1
225d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
This interview was done way before CES (about two weeks). Definitely don't consider it a response to PlayStation Now. #4.3
225d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
Those features will get added eventually. #1.2.7
225d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
I didn't know about this. I did a bit of research and it definitely is possible. The functionality pales in comparison to what the Xbox 360 could do though. #7
226d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
He stuck to talking points but it's cool to hear how committed Microsoft is to improving the console, particularly its operating system. #1
230d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
I don't have a cable subscription but I know a lot of people that are waiting for the premium features to get released in Canada before actually buying an Xbox One. #6
231d ago by pat_11_5 | View comment
I wish they'd just reach an agreement already, I want to see this feature in action. #1
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