Not too long ago my PS account was hacked and in order to get a refund (that was meant to pay my rent) I had to lose my account and the thousands of dollars in games that went with it.
My choice would be the Sega Master System for sentimental reasons. It was February 89 a young budgetgamer was at a birthday party and a friend got one with Out Run and Phantasy Star. I had a 2600 at the time and my one of my favorite games was Pole Position, so when I saw them in action I knew I needed one more than oxygen. So the next day I went out and started shoveling driveways, walking dogs and whatever I could do for extra money. Couple of months later I had just enough for the console...
Where ever the hell they want.
I love playing games on my computer, I hate Windows more than I could ever tell you.
Gold Jerry! Gold!
I really like the first Uncharted but some things did bug me. For example why are the bad guy almost bullet proof.
The PS2 helped but ultimately it was Sega that caused their own downfall. They splintered their own fan base by supporting the Master System, Genesis and the Sega CD at the same time, that led to many top publishers abandoning them. EA being the biggest. Then they released the Saturn out of no where surprising everyone, including developers and reatail partners. By the time the Dreamcast was released publishers and gamers had had enough.
I wonder if they do "win" the holidays if they will go back on their statement of shipped units not being important.
Still waiting for one with Master System.
That makes me feel old.
I kind of like it, the controller not so much.
Some of the best games I have played over the past nine years have been indies. Too many blow everything up games for mr, they bring a nice balance.
I have been guilty of unplugging the controller from the console while losing. Can't do that any more.
Those cars are made of flint and gasoline.
I do enjoy saving.
I want to buy this so bad, have never bought a collector edition but would so fast with this one. It all depends.
Did you sell your 360 but keep all your games?
Or you can just continue playing them on the 360.
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