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I was implying that the number of channels on cable TV increased exponentially over time, fragmenting the sources from which you could receive the...
PC gaming is turning into cable TV. Same with online video streaming, actually.
This much fragmentation is not a good idea.
On the 3DS, there was actually quite a lot of uncensored content. (minus some of the FE controversies) Corpse Party and both of the Senran Kagura...
They were there more for story purposes than anything else.
I can sort of disagree - as you got better, you got better weapons with better durability, and it was really easy to find more if you needed them....
I never trust leaks, never go looking for them either. For me the announcements were vanilla and real. Really awesome.
Even the NDS version was an amazingly emotional experience; the music really did it for me.
Thanks for the explanation, I've always wondered what the differences were, since I've only ever played the English translation of the NDS game.
Best part of the show was the preshow music.
Yes. If I were to ever invest in this platform, I'd just buy the games separately - no need for 4K surround.
Kinda silly they make "no waiting for downloads" a selling point, when the speeds required make waiting for downloads much less tedious.
FTP is too insecure, I may end up in the wrong place
What if some of my packets drop? :lol:
Don't know about that, it's not been deconfirmed.
Well, not being able to play games at low latency and at any time is definitely a drawback to this. In almost all of the world, internet speed sucks.
Interesting - though I pray to the heavens that Nintendo doesn't follow the competition in this case.
We can dream...
This was an 8-year period for the system -- plenty of time. I'd just say that we don't really need another Advance Wars game. :)
Seems the Star Fox series has followed that philosophy to the letter - the only story-unique game in the series that's not a rehash of the...
After doing some research, I've come up with a method to easily extract and convert Unity soundbank files to a usable form, such as...
looks interesting, I used to fantasize about this when I was younger :lol: