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Discussion in 'Technology / Gadget Forum' started by Jooster, May 17, 2005.
ninty wii for me thankyou very much!
i got mine preordered for launch from techsplosion
Got a Wii pre-order which should sit next to my Xbox 360 nicely
Actually the missus wants to play it so it'll be in the lounge
Just out of curiosity but does anyone have a firm uk release date for the ps3< I know its going to be 2007, and how much its most likely going to cost??
March and £425.
£425, ahh everytime I hear that I have to giggle, £425 lol.
You just KNOW that burgularies are gonna triple at least once it's released over here.
Whichever Next-Gen you choose, be careful.
I remember reading someone did a Drive-By on one of the PS3 queues with a BB gun!
EDIT Found it: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/2006/11/16/ps3campers_driveby_shooting/
You don't get mugged or drive-bys with the Internet
I loved todays Penny-arcade comic about the PS3 queues in America
That's not the only PS3 related attack according to this.
I thought it was just the games that encouraged violence not the hardware
I'm surprised nobody's mentioned monitors.
You can pick up a 19" widescreen LCD for about £150 these days on amazon, and if that does for PC gaming, surely it'd do for consoles.
In fact, I know it does, it's what I do! *da-dum-tssh!*
Sorry to gie this topic a re birth but it made me lol reading the first few posts on page 5 , oh how times have changed .
Feel free to discusss
This is quite a thread revival
I hate reading my old posts from no less than 4.5 years ago, no doubt it's a similar case for other old members. This thread is a particularly bad example.
I'm still not convinced by consoles though, P2P and comparatively small multiplayer games being the some of the main reasons. They also lack some of the more interesting game types (for me) such as realistic simulators. Additionally I just don't play many games any more. But I can see why people may prefer consoles of course.
As is often the case, a strong view in one direction often produces a strong view in the other which helps no one. I had a bad habit of bringing outside discussions into this forum back then