It’s kind of funny how quickly we forget the days of last gen console launch when it cost an arm and a leg to build a machine that could come close to matching 360/ps3’s.
If I thought the post came from a place of genuine interest in discourse rather than boredom fueled trolling I’d gladly pick it apart piece by piece but I’m pretty sure it’d be a massive waste of time.
The cyber monday deal of Blood Dragon for 75% off (so $3.75) is going to be an awesome pick up!
Why? The psychology behind presenting the savings as apposed to just the price is pretty obvious. If you can get people interested enough to click through then you are one step closer to closing them on the sale.
Maybe for christmas they could port these buggers to Android. =
Too bad, setting up an HTPC as my primary TV source has been the best investment I ever made – Superior TV experience AND all the benefits of having a computer hooked up (streaming, gaming, etc). Though I probably only spent $1k on my gaming PC so it was easier to drop a few hundred on the other computer.
gawd that is a sexy controller!!!! Surely they’ll sell the controller in white before long.
I kind of panicked when I saw the gold buying stuff until I realized that was Multiplayer only and seems identical to what ME3 did, after a few hours and disappointing ‘random’ boxes in that game I basically never went back to. If it’s multiplayer, go nuts. Seems like they just shift the economy from ‘buy map packs’ to ‘buy a lot of little stuff and we will make maps free to keep you coming back’
That is true too. The very minimalistic layout on the left and the gorgeous polygon symbol in the upper corner. It is very pleasing to the eye.
It’s kind of funny how you ask ‘all things being equal’ but reference Adobe products on a Mac because WOW is the adobe suite or products the most poorly optimized application suite I have ever had to use. Our enterprise is nearly 100% PC with the small exception being a handful of marketing folks because of how poorly Adobe stuff runs on PCs. I veer PC/Windows just because after a decade or so of use I know all of the shortcuts and it all comes down to where are you comfortable. If ‘all things are equal’ then it’s just a matter of comfort and familiarity so you are just asking us to share our personal bias… Imma go pound my head against a brick wall to be equally productive.
I’m quite the opposite, I’d use the one that has a more customizable interface or more power user features. I want to have shortcuts and ways to speed up my computer interactions over time rather than use a limited number of pre-set features forever.
This explains why I couldn’t find your stream on twitch… Livestream.com? =[ Thought you guys were supposed to be new school and mobile friendly and stuff.