Apr 1st 2010 12:32AM Because it's easy to practice great multi-core programming on a cheap PC with 6 or more cores...
Aug 21st 2009 10:46PM My main concern is people like me who got the early editions with BC. What if they die, out of warranty and we have to replace them? Sony expects us to get a new PS3 and a PS2 to replace our old PS3... doesn't seem right. I have got over 2 dozen PS2 games since getting my PS3 and play them weekly...
Jul 22nd 2009 12:22AM Can't enter competition (Damn no aussie entries) but The Next Tetris on PS1... Best version of Tetris I have ever played and I have played a few... more time spent on that game against my brother than possible any game I have ever played before... and I played WoW for a year
Jul 10th 2009 12:00AM This game might be the only reason for me to get my first Nintendo Handheld since the original gameboy... currently have a PSP Phat
Jun 29th 2009 9:50PM It may be fine in America/Japan/Korea to have internet only play, but in other parts of the world trying to have a 4 or 8 player match over the one internet connection would completely fail due to link speeds and servers being in other countries. I'm in Australia and having 2 people on 1 internet connection can be slow at times. average ping is over 300ms... imagine that with 4 or 8 people on the one connection. Total fail.
Jun 28th 2009 6:46AM I hate this and if it is passed at all (just the internet filter) I will probably move to another country, if the games thing is passed within the filter I will move, probably only to New Zealand, but i'll be moving.
Jun 22nd 2009 8:48PM Starcraft also had movable bases... only for Terran, but still
Nov 20th 2008 8:06PM I work for a company who's main business in Lotus Notes development :)
Nov 20th 2008 6:38PM This is what finally got me to get steam. As a mainly console gamer i never had the urge, until now. One of the best games of all time and am quite ahppy to be playing through it again now :)
Mar 29th 2008 8:11PM 1. Climate Change, not global warming.
2. Fact it fact regardless of what polititions say.
3. I already participated (Australia) by turning everything off and reading a book via candle, although where I live all power is produced via hydro, no little carbon anyway.