Don't forget the otehr two
Not fair just to pick on Cameron.
Millipede is feeling left out, as is Compo's friend
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And the voice control is not that good on X1 either, turns off your TV when you ask it to turn on.
Switches to another profile it they walk in front of the camera.
Quits a game and does not save if it miss hears your TV channel name for a game name.
None are perfect.
Actually it depends on the studio.
RSX is quick but limited in power, but to make up for the power difference it is able to communicate with the Cell using a high speed bus.
So Xenos is more powerful but slower than the RSX, the Cell more powerful than the Xenon, but PS3 uses a high speed parallel bus to link them.
Since the SPUs can be used for graphics, it means that it is possible for PS3 to pump out better graphics. But 360 is easier to code for.
I still find the quality amazing on such games as Uncharted 2 & 3, The Last Of Us and Killzone 3.
Also not many multiplatforms are that different, usually it is a bit here a bit there, draw distances to one and textures to the other.
Well after playing KBM & controller then have their plus and minus points.
Mouse better to aim.
Controller better to move around.
Motion controls were a good idea with FPSs on Wii and PS3 with Move.
Pity they have been abandoned for the new generation and yes Guerilla Games I am pointing at you!
Dreamcast was pretty good, but was a bit gimmicky.
Could have done with twin sticks, the plug in cartridge is a bit weird, GDROM is limited compared to DVD.
Was good graphics, definately same generation as PS2.
Sony entered the market after Nintendo went Philips for the CD drive and Sony had developed one for Nintendo.
I think MS entered partly due to the Dreamcast running Windows CE.
We do not play COD.
COD is for people who cannot handle more tactical shooters.
Personally I am excited and nervous for Killzone Shadowfall.
Excited because it is an FPS I can actually play.
Nervous because I got into top 2000 using Move and they don't support it any more.
As for PS+, already have that, and still wrking through the backlog of games.
£19 for 90 minutes!
I will settle for 50 or so for £4 (Far Cry 3 on PS+)
120 for £20 (Fallout NV with all DLC)
1000 for @ £70 (Killzone 3, multi player DLC, Navigation controller also used with a few other games)
100 for £15 (ME2 in a sale)
Even got 70 hours or so out of TLOU so far
We all know Dolphins are pretty clever, not too far behind the average human. And ahead of the average chav.. And a long long way ahead of food animals. (Cattle are pretty thick)
Yet it is illegal to hunt chavs for food so why are Dolphins not protected by law? Why should a sentient animal be hunted like this?
I would also rather that chavs were used as pet food rather than intelligent animals.
TBH I would also include the great apes in the protection.
Well after seeing some XB1 multiplayer of CoD Ghosts I am of the opinion that Killzone 3 multiplayer is better graphically.
There are always things going on (various levels have a MAWLR in them), various drop ships, bullet holes remain there all game.
Still amazingly good looking after nearly 3 years.
Some of my favourites, Blink rightly no. 1.
Not a fan of Gridlock.
Would like to have seen the Library episodes in the list.
Best ever part of a series were three episodes in a row.
1) Human Nature
2) Family of Blood
Most good DW in a row.
Moffat definately best New DW writer
Have you thought that the game companies are in one big industry and can get on with each other?
Sony's head of studios Shuhei Yoshida loves Nintendo games and has two Wii Us
Xbox manager Larry unpronoucable surname loves Naughty Dog games.
A lot of Naughty Dog staff play Halo and a lot of Bungie Staff play Uncharted.
Saturday evening TV
Not too bad, shows like Doctor Who, Merlin, Atlantis, all pretty good to watch. Last Saturday I watched Atlantis (It has Dr Julian Bashir in it!) then a recording of Cold War Hot Jets Ep1 from Friday.
Or do you mean shITV?
Don't watch that - looks like a shitty satellite channel.
Osborn - I suppose he had gone strange but I remember he was good back in the 80s
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