Dec 19th 2008 1:03PM I always thought that small portable devices would be the first viable consumer application of 3D screens (non-glasses type). Things like cell phones and portable gaming systems are usually only viewed straight-on, and by a single person, eliminating the difficulty that these early screens have of only giving their 3D effect in a small range. I imagine that cell phones may be a way off, but a new Nintendo DS successor or a PSP2 would be an excellent application of the technology.
Dec 19th 2008 12:53PM Usually I'm the one that ends up bloody...
Dec 5th 2008 6:56PM Regardless of how easy or hard you find this game to be, leveling from 70-80 requires a significant amount of time. At least 40-60 hours. Wrath has been out for only about 21 days, so that means that anyone at 80 has averaged 2-3 hours per day since release. Define "hardcore" however you want, but in my opinion, anyone who plays more than 15-20 hours per week is "relatively hardcore".
Nov 20th 2008 5:30PM C'mon engadget, this is really just a first-look peddled as a review. You even mention that you didn't have enough time using the device to run down the battery even once. How can you seriously review a device in such a short time? Maybe you should try using it for a week before forming an opinion. Most people can go to the store and play with this thing for 15 minutes themselves.
Nov 13th 2008 4:21PM awesome
Nov 7th 2008 1:45PM Comment...
Nov 6th 2008 4:44PM I'll take some of that action...
Nov 6th 2008 2:24PM Gimme a C!
Gimme an E!
What does that spell?
Nov 6th 2008 2:19PM Here's hoping I have a new mount for my collection!
Oct 24th 2008 12:13PM If they used scotch tape to wrap the wounded instead, they could take x-rays right on the spot!