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Apr 28th 2009 5:29PM The only thing that worries me about the ending of this is that, if they're expecting the show to be renewed, but they've killed the Buy More as a part of the show, how are they going to replace all that product placement revenue? Those opportunities are probably good arguments for keeping the show on the air despite only moderately good ratings.
Seems like they can't let go of that if it gets renewed, so does that mean the show is going to somehow go back to the Buy More? I can't really think of a way for that to happen story wise that would be satisfactory, given what's happened in these past couple episodes.
Nov 20th 2008 10:40AM It was a joke that directly addressed the Sun as if it were a person with feelings, so I would expect that instead to be your first and foremost criticism as a crusader for truth -- but touché nonetheless, my good man!
Nov 3rd 2008 3:27PM D'oh! Everyone's human. Thanks!
Oct 23rd 2008 11:03AM Depends on which SKU you buy. US models: 80 GB with no bundled software is $399, 160 GB with Uncharted: Drake's Fortune is $499.
Oct 21st 2008 8:32PM Whoops! Fixed, thanks.
Oct 21st 2008 9:46AM Fixed. Thanks! Momentary brain damage.
Oct 17th 2008 2:23PM Also, if you live in a big, expensive city like New York or Chicago, you could definitely spend close to 100 for dinner and a movie just paying for yourself.
Movie snack/drink: $10.00
Two glasses of wine: $16.00
It ain't quite 100, but bring a family or a date and it gets very expensive very quickly. And if you have a car, it ain't cheaper -- parking is just as expensive as a cab, maybe even more so.
Oct 13th 2008 3:29AM Thanks. Noted and corrected. I apologize.
Oct 8th 2008 1:57AM @AutumnBringer:
Correct! You win 120 Engadget points. Sadly, such points don't actually exist, but feel proud anyway.
Sep 25th 2008 10:03AM To be fair, both the 360 and the PS3 have 21 buttons plus two analog sticks, and that's not counting things like pressure-levels on the triggers on the 360 and and on the triggers and the four face buttons on the PS3, or the Sixaxis functionality on the PS3 which is also analog (more or less infinite input possibilities on each analog item, like a mouse).
And that's not accounting for functionality when using two or more of those buttons at the same time.
I'm just sayin'. ;)