PHJF wrote on May 17, 2011, 19:05:
It's a narrative-driven conversation game with a static plot. How exactly does that translate into replayable? I loved SCUMM as much as the next guy but I don't go through Hit the Road anymore.
Asmo wrote on Apr 17, 2011, 20:39:
I'm still failing to see a downside.
ldonyo wrote on Apr 2, 2011, 12:39:
Will these people please just go ahead and settle out of court so we can be spared any further "drama"?
Creston wrote on Mar 22, 2011, 18:01:Beamer wrote on Mar 22, 2011, 16:37:
The 360 was at least as, if not more, powerful than PCs at launch. Inevitably they surpassed it, but at launch they could hold their own just fine.
CPU wise, maybe. Memory wise and GPU wise, it was outdated the moment it came out. The GPU was already a generation behind at that point, and the memory has always been pathetic, even from the moment they started talking about it.
That no games really USED any of the available power (either in the PC or the 360), I won't deny, but saying the 360 was more powerful is crazy.
LittleMe wrote on Mar 16, 2011, 12:57:
Interesting article. His idea of freedom isn't the same as mine, but it's roughly close.
At the end of the article he mentions the Wisconsin protests. Those protesters, if I understand it correctly, were NOT protesting (or rioting) for freedom but for their cushy govt jobs and benefits, at the behest of the taxpayer. The Wisconsin protests were NOT about freedom, but rather those who abhor freedom. Of course, it was painted in some media reports as being a 'workers rights' issue but in my opinion, govt workers should not enjoy the same rights as those in the private sector because their income is generated through coercion or even extortion.