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10-20-2009 @ 2:10PM
WIN!My 32in monitor fails in comparison to that one :( and I thought I was doing good...
10-21-2009 @ 4:52AM
Not trying to be a buzzkill, but I really never got the point of overly huge televisions.I play on a 22" monitor, and when I'm playing the game, I don't notice the edge of the screens or anything. The bigger the tv the bigger that picture is, but it's the same picture just stretched further..For movies and maybe split screen games I could see this being useful for, not so much a game most people play primarily alone (not counting the millions of players IN the game.)Also from the few shots from where he sits, I'm assuming, it almost looks like the game text would be a bit hard to read, at least the way he had it set up. And once you start increasing the size of things to see it from far away you are effectively shrinking your actual viewing space...But more power to him I guess :)
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