I'm not laughing when I see games like these on the ipod http://n4g.com/comments/rel...
Yea Real gamers do want games but gears and halo are not the only games that are playable. A real gamer wouldnt make a big deal on exclusives. They play good games and if they happens to be exclusive, great
I've seen the fire for years my friend
I'll believe that when I can simply insert and play.
Yea but DVDs are cheaper and have faster reading. I prefer disc swapping over mandatory installs. But then again, I can play my 360 while my ps3 installs the game
If only we have a maulers flail. Imagine one of them yelling charge.
I loved ff13 but people seem to hate it.
Technology is advancing DAILY. In 1995 could you ever imagine the kind of phones and computers we have now.
No offense but i don't want to hath to deal with mandatory installs on a "wii"
The submitter is somewhat of a troll.
Hey as long as the gameplay is fun and addicting, I'm completely happy with the current generation of graphics.
If I get my gears, my red dead, my mass effect, my In game music, my portal, my final fantasy and dozens other, than I'm happy with my xbox. It's not like mp games aren't worth buying.
I know where their coming from and the solution is simple...just go with it. The author seems to over exaggerate the problems of the touch screen of gaming. But I've gamed enough to know that you can easily get used to the controls if you allow yourself too. It's that easy.
Please...Sony Fanboys have been giving us crap since before the launch of the ps3 their stubborn then and their stubborn now. We just had more of a fighting chance back then.
Okay, okay I get it...everything Microsoft and xbox does gets bashed on and hated. Ok I get it.
its on its way for ios and android in the future too.
xbox had in-game dashboard and in-game music from day one too, one of those the playstation still doesnt have.
That pretty much sums all of N4G i'm afraid. N4G isnt taken seriously because of all the fanboyism.
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