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10-20-2009 @ 2:08PM
With a setup like that, this guy's anything but a casual player.
10-20-2009 @ 2:12PM
Not necessarily. I know many, many people who have a similar setup for watching movies in their home theater. This is just hooking up your PC to it and using it to game. :)
10-20-2009 @ 2:20PM
Actually, he probably is a casual player, although the definition of casual varies person to person.Most people view casual wow player as someone that doesn't raid alot, doesn't PVP alot, and sometimes has a plethora of alts. What I see is this guy being bored one day and trying something different, and it worked. Its not like he set this up with wow in mind, he set it up to watch TV, movies, play console games, and wow was just an after thought it seems.Really cool, I kinda drooled a lil when I saw his rig.
10-20-2009 @ 6:14PM
Wow. 'I have a big TV' is worth a '15 minutes of fame'?Time to wrap this column up I think.
10-20-2009 @ 7:16PM
@Agerath Sorry but you're officially a tool.. Point of writing an article: to convey something that others will find interesting. I found it interesting, so did others. Personally I did because I work with technology and haven't yet had time or the cash to manage what he has, so it's nice to see a finished product. Others might have never considered that something like this could be done.. thus interesting for them.Just cause it didn't overly interest you, you declare it a waste of time?
10-21-2009 @ 9:21AM
@Agerath- This is the first "15 Minutes of Fame" that I have read all the way through"... It is called "15 Minutes of Fame", not "I PWN U"
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