7 posts • joined 30 Apr 2009
MS OS' are flaky enough at the best of times even after the so called beta period.
So anyone feeling happy installing a leaked beta torrent of a SP1 must be out of their minds !
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"This is Sony basically ripping Nintendo off with a me-too product that's been carefully designed to sidestep Nintendo's patents. "
Isn't this how products advance and improve over time with each iteration ?
Using your thinking here would mean we would all have the choice of just one car (T-Ford) one aircraft etc etc because someone did it before.
Every single controller thats ever been used with a controller essentially came from the NES controller design anyway so what's the big deal ?
An apt name for a company that's rotten to the core !
Youmust be a 360 owner....
to not realise there is no chip available for the PS3.
Congratulations Annihilator, you are the first Mactard to take what I believe is a newly created crown; namely the Mactard Fanboy.
I take it you've mastered the "Spectrum is better than C64 playground argument) and have an i-tool for every aspect of your miserable life ?
While I agree there is a perfectly acceptable HD experience to be had online by streaming ,and even that this may well be the last physical format. There is something nice about having a physical product in your hand that you feel you own outright as opposed to data on a storage device. Digitally delivered content is a great concept especially for HDD manufacturers as people will shift to buying Hard drives for storage rather than the discs the media used to come on.
I can see a future of people carrying large suitcases full of HDD' around rather than their selection of discs.
Apart from all of the above ,this whole concept is at the mercy of the ISP's in reality.
Anyone in the UK and unfortunate enough to on Virgin Media knows all to well about their evil throttling rules, even thinking about downloading a Blu-Ray worth of Data on Virgin is just madness. ISP's simply arent ready to provide the bandwidth needed for reliable effective mass data delivery.
Paris because even she would like more ...width
A spell Checker is free
@John Dougald McCallum
A spell checker will run just as well on a C64 as it does on a modern PC, little tip for you there.
Would you mind explaining how the cost of running a Calculator increases over time ?