Correct answer would have been "Amateur".
There are enough games out there for a 'top 100 WW2 games' list.
You can't remap some of the controls because its not worth the hassles
id say casual pc gamers have moved over, not hardcore gamers.
I come here because of its focus on PC games, and it doesn't bode well to see this trend take place.
This all was played after Root Beer Tapper and Robotron though. Have to get my daily fix of retro.
That lady on the toilet
If you're smart, you're just now coming around to jumping in the pond.
and the pond is nice.
Well, if choosing between having a small amount of human waste in my water or a small amount of heroin -- I think I'll take my chances with the human waste.
99% of that 90% were probably speeding and pissed off they got caught. Come on, get real.
And did you actually read the article before making the comment?
"Unfortunately because of disc space, we don't have the space to include other languages, other voice over files for the respective versions," stated Payton. "So the Japanese version's not gonna have English VO, and the North American and European versions won't have Japanese VO."
Oh fucking no, what ever will we do without multi-language VO in regions it's not even needed.
Roast in hell, Buckley. You were one of the biggest douchebags to ever walk this earth.
The players were cheaper to manufacture and the disks, at least initially, much more resistant to damage.
A single month of sales figures is hardly a good indicator for year end performance.
Would it be crazy to use it just as a BD/DVD player?
It depends on how early you want to start enjoying HD movies. You can spend $400 now and get a machine that plays BD movies, upconverts reg. DVD's to near-HD quality, and get a PS3 to boot.