3287 posts • joined 5 Mar 2009
So Qi MUST be rubbish
If you use that metaphor it must be.
Re: What piracy ?
Actually I would put a big seller way ahead on Steam than a non-blockbuster seller on a console.
The sheep who have consoles always buy CoD and Fifa, never the decent games, you dare to suggest they buy a decent game they think you are mad. I have had the argument, told them the facts, they had not played so automatically not interested, I hate this type of gamer*. The really good games do tend to sell better on Steam than console, as an example a good PS3 exclusive will sell about a quarter of a CoD or Fifa but is so much better as a game.
Sheep on PC I would say get no further than Facebook.
So in sales I would say
Sheep console games top
Steam top sellers second
Decent console games third
Non Steam PC good sellers below that.
* They mentioned the 2 games I said quite simply you NEED to try other games, and listed Uncharted for PS3 and Halo for XBox as two series they should try, otherwise there was no point what so ever buying a console.
Re: I suppose
Sounds like me with my KZ3 MP addiction along with blasting through other games SP later in the evening.
I have seen a lot of TF2 so understand the experience vs reactions
Re: Move controllers
Have you actually tried them?
I have, I know what I can do with them, and I am only average, I know how good some other players are, in fact if there was cross platform play and the game was well enough set up, I would actually bet on on of a small number of players who are phenomemal with Move, against KBM players.
I have plenty of platform exclusives, a few are system sellers, got a well known racing game, possibly the best third person shooter/action adventure series, a couple of good FPS series, some platformers.
Not had any issues with Steam
Re: No suprises in any of that.
If you want to try something different with FPS try Playstation Move. More accurate that twin stock controllers, easier to move than WASD.
Mind you - you can get picked on for being a Move user as you sit at the top of the score screen with most kills, best KDR ect.
In a particular game I was vs 2 other players, I was not playing any of my best classes and I owned the other 2, one of them reckoned he was the best player in the game, a friend joined me and we won for a few more games.
My friend was winding him up something rotten
I think I did this
I think there is a lot of overlap, I use PC and console, also a handheld.
Also what is hardcore?
I play for a couple of hours a day and that is it, not interested in phone games, but I need my MP fix.
As to older players, experience does help, we not be as quick but we plan a lot more.
What did Millipede say?
I am not clicking on some NSFW Millipede clip, so can we have a summary of what he was spouting off.
Re: I am scared
That people may actually vote for him!
Re: They use product unplacement on French TV
That annoys me MORE than product placement
A few thoughts
Sorry I quite like the work of Ridley Scott (Npy & Bicycle Hovis advert), also everyone likes Murray Walker. But then I am sure adverts were better quality and more entertaining then.
Depends on the show, I watched a couple of episodes about a find a racing driver contest big P at the beginning.
I stopped watching due to large black rectagles wobbling about on the cars, on the clothes ect ect. Look the programme mentions the game name, we all know what the hardware is and we know who makes 370Z STOP INSULTING US.
This is one of the most sickening things on UK commercial TV, they will hide a brand within a show, a real brand, like sponsorship on a car, then during the advert breaks pile us with shit.
Oh to upset shITV
GT Academy - a show where players of Gran Turismo competed for a chance to take part in an endurance race, and they blocked out
But shITV won, I stopped watching.
Both KBM and twin stick controller as too comprised.
I use a pointer control system and analogue movement, so immersive and fun.
Can you have a gun shaped KB & M?
I can have a gun shaped controller holder if I wanted.
Re: A few comments
In 2011 I decided that the best controller for a first person shooter was Playstation Move, very natural to play with and easy to aim. You feel more that you are the character rather than controlling the character, only issue is are you Sev, Joe, or Chell? As to Portal 2, well it even lights up in the Portal gun colours, Portal is a puzzle game with FPS mechanics.
And you aim where you point, that is so logical.
Mouse is good but WASD is not, having a sprint button is not that logical so Gordon tends to walk a lot, at a fixed speed. (So most of my PC games are the same series!)
Left stick movement is good, right stick camera is not.
So I am happy with Move for shooting type games, analogue movement and pointer aiming.
I DIY service, saves money
Oil I pay 30 to 40 for 4 x 4l cans of the stuff from the dealer
Cam belt kits about £100, every 40,000 miles.
Not a huge sum anyway
Re: Offensive Manor
Well I supposed there are a couple which could be considered offensive to a certain preserved railway after a huge bustup.
But no issues with Lydham, Erlestoke or Hinton
Re: Renault and electronics...
Small French cars
Are usually very good, better than their big ones.
Re: Renault Flatulence
Well this little one seems OK, the older one well THAT name is too similar to breaking wind
I would NOT buy that one.
Be more careful with names.
VW have done this before as well.
Is it yellow with black writing?
What else will they get up to next?
Re: Coming to a wallet near you...
I already have a paypal debit card. Very usefull
Never heard of the place
Re: The worst system...
Re: Miranda Hart
You seem just a little obsessed with her?
Re: Having a TV and TV Licence is not compulsory....
Actually one of the things I hate about Sky are the rules.
Their kit, phone lines, multiple subscriptions.
On/ITV Digital at least broke one of those with their CAM system, I had it for a year or so on my old Sony Wega IDTV, so I had Sonys idea of a user interface, I had a high quality (possibly best of that era) digital tuner of the old much missed Sony UK Digital TV group, I had a remote which was not lopsided - I HATE lopsided remotes. Pity there were only two channels in the £3 a month subscription we actually watched and dropped it when they dropped those channels.
As to cards, well 2 working PVRs, a TV, I would need 3 cards, and 2 CAMS - stuff that!
Re: I spent a couple of weeks in the UK
I don't see those adverts, I skip them!
Well our row of houses more or less lines up with a row of social housing.
From the back garden, every social house has a Sky minidish. Private a few have Sky, a few no dish, I have a dish for Freesat and deliberately bought a bigger dish with a brand on it.
Re: XCraptor viewers subsidising us
Very good point.
Just had a quick count up
On BBC I like a lot of the documentries, Not Going Out, Sky at Night, those Michael Portillo railway journeys, any travel documentries with Michael Palin, Top Gear, Doctor Who, Sherlock, I leave our Humax HDR on BBC HD most of the time. Dramas Call The Midwife is quite good (next paragraph reminded me of a line about greased penguins)
I was channel hopping a week or so ago and ended up watching a programme on Penguins - it was great!
Even when it comes to mass market, Strictly is a much nicer programme than XCraptor (hmm catsuits). Soaps, I watch none so do I subsidise DeadEnders or am I paying for Portillo to travel around the UK by train?
Now ITV, Doc Martin is quite good as long as they resolve it rather than drag on, Downton Abbey was good but I feel it is now on a downslope sadly. I liked the Caroline Quentin Corshish prgramme even though she was annoying, (I love Cornwall - ancestors from there), oh shITV no need to block out the drinks brand, we all know you were blocking out Cornish Rattler.
I stopped watching GT Academy due to overly obtrusive car and overals logo blocking, yet the shITV logo which should have been blocked was left on, the blocked logos were the name of the game, the car manufacturer, the console the game plays on, and the company who makes the console and owns Polyphony Digital. Seeing cars driving around with rectangles on the sides, bonnet, sun strip, caused me to get ratty, so I deleted the schedules recordings.
My current shITV programme list is currently 0.
I could manage with the following channels only
BBC1 (local news), BBC1 HD, BBC HD, BBC News 24, Dave, best stuff off BBC2 and BBC4 goes on BBC HD and I much prefer HD for the good documentries. I would like 2 and 4 for the odd one missed.
Re: NZ Has No TV Tax @Annihilator
If they had not done "The Voice" they could have afforded to carry on showing F1.
******* idiots in charge
F1 should also have been a TV rights protected sport
Re: It's about choice
Err I don't think you can blame her for that. It is the EPG fee they pay and they have to to be on the Sky EPG
Re: It's about choice
Actually BBC have to pay Sky to go on the EPG
Read up on RTL, Astra 1, and multiple LNBs
F1 is still free
It is when I fill up
Liquified Petrolium Gas - Propane
Still call them petrol stations though, or LPG stations where no petrol.
Oh and will tractor* owners keep their tractors out of the LPG area, I am so fed up of waiting for them to finish shopping.
* Diseasel engined cars (Borrowed from Rev W Awdry).
The local ciders are worth drinking as well.
Re: Quality drop
So sad, especially when you remember the early days when BBC was running at quite high bit rates
Re: Freeview unwatchable
Still some decent stuff on BBC.
DTTV has dropped in quality a lot since it was introduced.
Originally the DTTV pictures were very similar to a decent DVD, now they are to be honest a bit poor.
Back around 2000 DTTV was the best picture you could get for the BBC in your house.
Re: Why the downvote?
Long distance as well
I have had DTTV since 1999, via an early IDTV, tried subscription TV with a CAM, 2 channels worth having Carlton Food Network for my wife and Discovery Wings for me.
Went to a PVR as well after Ondigital went bump, never got a Monkey either.
All along I have been told no digital TV available at my house until switchover. I am probably at limit for Sutton, no other transmitters suitable (hills or power), I have a large aerial and a mast head amp, I will not be losing my TV reception for the few I do watch, and as far as I am concerned 4G WILL NOT put me out of pocket, if it does legal action happens.
A few points
Tiredness is as bad as drink driving, drunk and tired is the real killer.
Phones and driving, not black and white, Stuck in a jam - no issue, going round a roundabout - well throw the book
Re: Bespoke & Legacy
XP machine on next desk to me
Yes it does full screen command prompts, used it yesterday to set up a system for dot matrix printing (as I didn't migrate that edit screen)
Actually they tend to have the latest Firefox/Chrome ect
Re: Supprised companies on XP
My car is a 2001 model, and I do not like the stying of many current cars, and the only ones I like are too expensive.
BTW it is more reliable than a newer BMW at work
Re: Supprised companies on XP
It works for them, why replace?
Small businesses have more important things to spend money on.
I used to love the DOS version, used it for years with Clipper code
Bacon Ham Sausage
I am unusual in not liking bacon or ham and only liking butcher sausages and hot dog ones.
Just remembering the nice ones they did last year, stilton ones were nice - worked well with the pork
All I get is a link to 1 film.
No menus, nothing, not navigable on a PC
Re: The next generation of consoles
It is the here and now.
Why would I want to stream a film in lower quality than a BluRay which I can buy for under £10 from Asda? And I can keep it.
Good idea, it will sell, but no idea how well. Valve are not stupid.
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