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  • Sony to offer free games, PS Plus subs in $15m PSN hack settlement

  • MeBrains 24/07/2014

    @Negotiator
    the biggest f##k up in gaming history.
    I assume you never owned an RROD'ing 360!

    :|
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  • Can last-gen consoles handle Destiny?

  • MeBrains 22/07/2014

    @cloudskipa have you met Confucius yet? you two are sure to get along fine.

    :D

    j/k

    no difference huh (between ps3 and PS4)? Last gen you seemed to see huge differences between versions having minor differences - or so I seem to remember. :)


    and confucius: sony will get there huh?

    haha. you both are killing me.
    Reply +7
  • MeBrains 22/07/2014

    @Confucius may I introduce you to Cloudskipa? Reply +2
  • Microsoft is shuttering Xbox Entertainment Studios, original programming

  • MeBrains 17/07/2014

    @jellyBelly
    It is a word
    https://www.google.com/search?q=shuttering&tbm=isch

    but it ain't useable in this context.

    :D
    Reply +4
  • MeBrains 17/07/2014

    i'm getting dizzy.

    what's next?
    Reply +20
  • Microsoft's PR blunders caused Sony to re-write E3 PlayStation 4 script

  • MeBrains 17/07/2014

    @frazzl
    Ill chosen words? LOL! I think you mean shitty fucking behaviour
    To you it was behaviour. To me it was words.

    "Get a second job" -> words
    "Next-gen (not hi def, mind) doesn't start until we say it does" -> words
    "Supercomputer" -> word

    etc.

    It certainly didn't mean the PS3 was not value for money, because it was packed to the brim with...


    Future proof tech
    ... like BR, BT, WiFi, BC, free online, HDMI. Which you said of, if I recall correctly: "nobody had it back then. why include it?" Well. They all (except BC which they pulled) became standards. What did 360 include exactly? Standard components and paid online. Even their achievements were copied from a PS2 game! :rolleyes:

    And then you also had cell. ;) which was so advanced it actually did run in the fastest computer (N1) on earth for a recordbreaking duration.


    NBA2K14? The recently released UFC? Face it in terms of face-offs the PS3 struggled far more initially. There wasn't any sort of parity for years.
    I suppose that is in line with their TVTVTTV (notice the double T), CoD and sports, sports, sports message then. :rolleyes:

    I never disagreed that face-offs were largely, almost consequently in 360's favor or did I somewhere which you want to confront me with?


    The 360 would struggle running a game designed specifically for PS3 hardware?!
    It's annoying how you fanbois (there I said it!) twist everything around to suit your needs.

    I stated what I stated to address the impression DF had that, had KZ or the Uncharteds been programmed to the 360's metal, they'd question if 360 would be capable enough. Find me a 360 exclusive which says something along these lines towards PS3.

    oh boy. I really should never address tech talk to you, you can't even understand plain and simple English.

    :rolleyes:
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  • MeBrains 16/07/2014

    @frazzl as did you, didn't you? :rolleyes:

    and indeed, that is exactly what I meant. Millions of gamers were quite against Sony because of some ill-chosen words, while being blind to the value on offer (actually cheaper in the long run for way much more tech). Thanks. you seem to catch on now.

    Do I really need to rehearse again what I mean with "future proof tech"? You seem a bit slow to me. :rolleyes: again

    Apparently my "tech speak" (your words, not mine) already is over your head. I indeed better stop then.

    BTW: that's pretty: a footy game running at the same framerate on current gen. Any others?

    At least first-party games showed things on PS3, 360 would actually have problems with. You can read it again on DF's archives.

    oh boy. a footy game to cling onto. tststs :)
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  • MeBrains 15/07/2014

    @frazzl
    You on the other hand make the PS3 launch sound positively glowing.
    Where did I do so?

    I merely stated that Sony gave an extremely good machine for the price, with lots and lots of brand-new, future-proof tech.

    But was "the launch" glowing? There's two sides:
    1) see above. yes, we should all have been pretty happy.
    2) no, as 'persons like you' took misplaced one-liners as a reason not to buy one.

    The difference now is a lot more pronounced, as well as here to stay. Last-gen, the difference was as pronounced the first two years, but, PS3 caught up the more developers got to grip with the exotic yet hyper-powerful Cell. This will not happen this time. The difference is here to stay. There's untapped potential in Xbone, as there is in PS4.
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  • MeBrains 12/07/2014

    "Next genertion" tech but an inferior gaming experience. Yeah, next generation gaming definitely started with the PS3 :rolleyes: It's your prerogative to be a fanboy idiot so go ahead proving me right :cool:
    there there. Let's remain civilized, shall we?

    The experience ended up largely equal. The gap is a lot bigger now. Since you defend the weaker machine this time around with arguments straight from a fantasy world, my impression is that your last line is a lot more applicable to you.
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  • MeBrains 11/07/2014

    @frazzl
    But MS did not claim that HD gaming started when they said so. Sony did and even at launch did a 180 on it :).
    I told you before. You focus on a one-liner while disregarding the machine's value.

    And you bend that one liner to suit your needs to make a point. Hirai-san never said what you wrote. He said: "Next gen doesn't start until we say it does."

    Rightly so, given all the, admitted by you, next-gen technology in their machine: Cell, BR, BT, WiFi, HDMI.

    For 360 users, next-gen didn't start until their machine had RROD'd for the n-th time and received a refurbished one which finally, after years, included... HDMI.

    :rolleyes:
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  • MeBrains 11/07/2014

    @frazzl
    I doubt you understand anything about the Cell hardware.
    :)

    says the guy as a reply to: "Since I know you are not completely dumb, I do suppose you agree that it was very very very good at number crunching?"

    So. Basically. Either you are (given the evasive answer you just replied me with). Or, you do not understand anything about Cell hardware.

    Which of both is it? It can't really be the latter anymore since you can't even agree with what I stated, now can it?

    :(
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  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @frazzl
    High definition sound and video take up a lot of space. Which is why HD movies are found on Blu-Ray and not DVD.
    what is it with you guys always answering besides the question? You initially said: "BR was not a necessity then especially given how many sub-720p games we saw.". I asked you what BR had to do with 720p and you retort with movies?! Without answering me: when was the last time you switched discs?

    oh dear.


    wifi, hdmi, bluetooth...
    the 360 got those (well not bluetooth of course) too. You answer: " Why ship out something that isn't necessary". I'd say: "because it creates an even playing field? Because it gives early adopters all the same tech." But you're right: MS had the better approach. Sell an inferior version to early adopters and hope they buy anew by including necessary tech later in the platforms lifetime. :rolleyes:


    Cell
    Did you understand what I said?


    Seems to me that Sony agree that the PS3 launch was an absolute fucking disaster too!
    who is not agreeing here? I certainly am agreeing with the above. It didn't sell because of customer stupidity, oblivious to the amount of tech thrown in, focusing instead on ill-chosen words. We got a great console this time, but without all the extra's Sony could have added - like they did the previous two gens they were in.

    Compare to MS this time. They not only used words - they had translated them into deeds already. DRM was a fact, no second-hand was, Always online was etc etc etc.

    oh well. you indeed seem to be difficult to talk sense into. cheers chap.
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  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @frazzl
    That was hubris. They were pushing for things gamers didn't want. BR was not a necessity then especially given how many sub-720p games we saw. Wi-Fi in 2006 was found in very few homes. BC and all the card readers were removed without a commensurate price drop. Sony lied about controller force-feedback. And for such a "potent" processor the PS3 still lags behind the 360 when it comes to multi-platform titles.
    well frazzl, you do seem to agree with my post there.

    I said they offered quite a lot more than what they could get away with.

    The storage BR gave turned out to be a necessity, didn't it. It's a small thing, but switching opticals in the middle of a game is something I last did before 2006. When was the last time for you on 360? What has BR to do with 720p?

    WiFi (and bluetooth and HDMI for that matter) was indeed found in very few homes, but Sony included it. How many ended up using it eventually? Sony offered it right from the start, future-proofing the machine.

    Cell. Didn't I state we could argue about its fitness for games? Since I know you are not completely dumb, I do suppose you agree that it was very very very good at number crunching? And that, although PS3's GPU processor was far inferior to 360's, multiplats eventually turned out to be quite alike, didn't they?

    Yes they targeted the living room! Remember the "It only does everything" line? Sony offered quite a lot out of the box for it. Significatnly more than the $599 they initially had to ask - standalone BR players went for around that price.

    Dumb customers turned their backs, as they were not able to see through the marketing blunders in the form of single phrases to appreciate the effort Sony put in.

    These same dumb customers are directly responsible for us not getting quite the amount of brand-new tech this time around! Why would Sony do that again?

    Compare it to MS, which saved money on R&D, used cheap components, did not even include an HDD, asked extra for online and cut back on quality assurance to the extent that 54.2% of their consoles RROD'd. Later on, they completely ignored their core audience by not investing in new IP - continuing to this day still.

    Stick by whichever statement you want, but history should have proven you wrong buddy.
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  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    @ahrmon
    Considering this site is *obviously* weighted towards Sony fans, I find your statement highly inaccurate, and question your motivation for posting it.

    Long story short, relax Chachi, you don't need validation of your PS4 purchase.
    Q.E.D. I suppose.
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  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    on a completely different note here, but why, over the last few months, is the EG comments section infested with new members, who, for reasons totally unclear to me, all are supportive of Microsoft?

    I seem to have a 70% hitrate picking outs the noobs here. That isn't just mere coincidence, is it?

    oh well. please proceed.
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  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    @BLADE2709
    I'm not even sure where to begin with this garble mess. Our Sony consoles may work, but Sony won't support them, 1000% guaranteed. I have had just as more issues w my PS3 than my 2 - 360s. So again your point is beyond moot. Not to mention, I have a PS3, PS4, 360, 2- X1's and a PC. PS4 is a updated GPU, period. Which is fine, but again, I have a PC.
    Garbled mess? I suppose you are talking about your own posts?


    Good luck waiting for Sony to actually put out 12hr games to keep you occupied. Bring a pillow, youre gonna need it.
    Time is on my side, as Jerry Ragovoy once wrote chap. I am not the impulsive redneck you seem to be. I buy a console when it became compelling - that's cheaper, has the added advantage that a lot of the best games already have a reduced price. I am in no hurry at all.

    Enjoy all the hardware gathering dust while you stutter through Titanfall! ;)
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  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    @Retroid sucks then. I never had a problem with my grey and devkit PS1, none with the PS2, none with the PS3. Actually, ever since my VIC-20 or the handhelds before it, I never had any console malfunction on me.

    I blew up a C-64, but that was because of my own fault. 220V through the serial port don't work! :|

    (hey, the cable I connected didn't say so!)
    Reply +3
  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    @BLADE2709
    If you are betting upon Sony, good luck, History is not on your side.
    according to history, my console will still be working 10 years from now, while you will have yours sent in about 4 times by then and actually have gone out to buy a second version "just in case".

    You'll be waiting for another Halo, another GoW and another Fable, while you jump up and down in front of the next Rare game, hoping that your next move actually gets registered well.

    By then, Microsoft will have advised you to try a 180 as it would improve their looking at your asscrack.

    We, we'll indeed be enjoying some of the best single player games during this gen's lifespan and have the better versions of multiplats.


    So. What is your point?
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  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    @Thanks_Doc
    "Calculated value" means "I bought a console like a sucker and not getting on the winning PC team".
    You forget there are PC gamers and PC gaming means we're better than you.
    :D :D :D

    Really?

    How old are you?

    :D

    UrWelcome_Doc
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  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    @Thanks_Doc
    $599, get two jobs, next gen starts when we say it does. You just fell for the different marketing like a sucker you are and are trying to validate your buyers remorse.
    you forgot about how they talked to developers! :)

    still. The marketing lines do not at all change the fact that the "2-job, $599" system was packed to the brim with brand-new, "next-gen" tech for the price of standalone BluRay player at the time.

    While its competitor offered an RROD machine which ended up costing considerably more to its customers thanks to Live than the "2-job, $599" one.

    I don't know who the real sucker is here, chapski. It seems to me you fell for marketing, while I "fell" for calculated value.

    UrWelcome_Doc.

    PS: at 99, PS3 proved quite a good deal 2y after its release. No remorse at all my friend. :D
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  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    @frazzl
    Given Sony's history (just look at their behaviour during the PS2 and PS3 generation) I don't really believe House's statement. All these suits are the same. They want to make the most money they can using any tactics they can get away with. When the public made it clear MS wouldn't be getting away with their policies Sony made sure theirs were different.
    They are indeed a business and want to make money. We can both positively stand behind that knowledge.

    Yet, "wanting to make the most money they can using any tactics" last gen resulted in releasing a console which had an amazingly potent processor (although arguably unfit for games), BR, BT, WiFi, HDMI, BC, card readers and free online. For the price, back then, of a standalone BR player.

    If they'd wanted to make the most money using any tactics, I suppose they would have went off the shelve (like they did now), charge for online (like they did now) and include less (like they did now).


    Compare the Sony PS3 "any tactics" above to MS releasing a tech product using off the shelve, standard HW (without BT, WiFi, HDMI, HDD and Live subscription - no less!) which was totally unfit for purpose (i.e. RROD'ing) for the best part of their two initial years.


    Funny how this "competition is good for gamers" is completely untrue if you take blind and dumb customers into the equation.

    I am happy more persons seem to grasp it now. I am still amazed how many still don't.
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  • How about Elite: Dangerous on PS4 and Xbox One?

  • MeBrains 14/07/2014

    @Sharzam you remember Colony Wars or G-Police. I had a ton of fun with them, although, granted, they sold far from the numbers the CoD's, Halo's, Gears and Uncharteds do.

    But, I still wish they'd have a reboot as well, next to Elite.
    Reply +1
  • MeBrains 14/07/2014

    damn... this might be the first game I buy twice on different platforms.

    1) will buy the PC game the moment it comes out - in fact, might preorder it still
    2) again for PS4, so that my kid gets exposure to it as well. Also, should Morpheus be allowed in the house (I do not think it is a kid's toy at all - in fact I think it should be regulated to the extreme, but that's another story), this is a game he'd be allowed to play (and not CoD, nor BF, nor Isolation, nor... these games are realistic enough already)
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  • Sony is considering an Early Access-type program

  • MeBrains 12/07/2014

    @MODS...

    I saw this from Mark_creig:

    So in other words. No other arguments. Deflection of anything Sony does to an equally worse company.

    Whats next "BUT YOUR MOM!"?

    But then looking at your history. You still believe in "THE INFINITE POWER OF THE CELL" so you are an easily guillible rube taken in by Sony marketing tactics. How apt for a company with a history of things like using a fake movie critic and paying off DJ's to play their songs.
    why isn't this showing up together with the rest of the comments? If it were deleted, then it would show. If Mr. Mark_Creig-san's profile would have been deleted, it would show as well.


    shouldn't EG start hunting site code bugs here? something's fishy.
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  • MeBrains 11/07/2014

    @Mark_Creig
    You still believe in "THE INFINITE POWER OF THE CELL" so you are an easily guillible rube
    heeeeeyyy, Mr. 1-post Mark_Creig mister.

    could you please look up some of these statements you publicly admit to have researched? I seem to have forgotten that I still believe in "THE INFINITE POWER OF THE CELL".

    Dear Lord. He sounds like it is some kind of religion!

    :D
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  • MeBrains 11/07/2014

    @UKPlay
    He was quoting verbatim from the source article. Maybe he should have put a (sic) after it, but meh.
    quod verbatim?

    (sic) ubi?

    :|
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  • MeBrains 11/07/2014

    @Paul_N_Whitaker
    I'd feel you are a drooling Sony fanboy blaming the other bad platform maker for their own insecurities since the primary Sony defense for Sony being awful is "B-B-BUH M$" and accusing anyone criticising Sony of being a Microsoft fanboy (Like you. How utterly unexpected). Microsoft is awful. Sony is awful. They are both equally cancers upon gaming.
    ooohh. Here, gentlemen, we are witness to Mr. Paul_N_Whitaker's second contribution to EG comments.

    It is nice. Well-worded. Eloquent. Here, MyLadies and Gentlemen, we are testimony to a true contribution.

    A contribution, which is not only objective to facts and history, but also, mind you all, one which is able to genuinely assess, as well as value and absorb another's thoughts and ideas.

    Pay due respect!

    :|
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  • MeBrains 11/07/2014

    @Paul_N_Whitaker
    Two months time, they do it. Games come out worse state than Early Access on steam. Drooling Sony fanboys eat it up (Because thats all they do. As long as it has a sony logo on it). Suddenly EA and Activision do it.

    Sony are the worst thing to happen to gaming
    since your 1-post history is putting it so black and white.

    How do you feel towards a platform holder asking premium price for a consumer product with an 54.2% failure rate?

    Oh well. a rethoric question whichever way you'd answer.

    :rolleyes:
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  • MeBrains 11/07/2014

    @matulef English might not be my mother's tongue, but this: "There people who always back games", to me, seems like something a professional writer should not be able to publish.

    oh well.
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  • David Braben explains Elite: Dangerous 100 premium beta

  • MeBrains 11/07/2014

    Given the amount of positive feedback from backers, I am much much inclined to shell out 100, or 200 or more with an X52.

    Elite defined my love for games more than any other game has, although I, as a child in the seventies, witnessed the arcades move from electromechanical to digital.

    I've seen many good games come and go, but none I have invested time in, as much as I have in Elite.
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  • MeBrains 11/07/2014

    @lucky_jim
    Anyone else wondering if No Man's Sky will have made this obsolete by the time it's released?
    chances for that happening are really really slim if you ask me.

    so no, I am not wondering about that. They're different games with a different artstyle, a different direction, a different market etc.
    Reply +27
  • What's going on with Microsoft's Xbox One dev kit and launch parity policies?

  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @lew15ewad
    aren't you two a cute couple! Why don't you go double end Bill Gates, or does your mum not let you out on a school night?
    Hey. I am only one chap.

    And I am not the one making connotations between video games and gay sex.

    :rolleyes:
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  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @cloudskipa
    SHHHHHHH everyone, I think it's trying to communicate.
    I think you're right! :D

    damn fool. I hope he buys an Xbox. :P
    Reply +4
  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @George-Roper lol yeah...

    :D

    you don't really lie, do you?

    :|
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  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @spectrumfox
    First, I'm not out to paint any multibillion dollar corporation as a good or bad guy. They're businesses, not people. But at the same time I can't sit by and let something be unfairly dragged through the mud. If I can defend that person or entity, I will.
    well, then we do share a common goal.

    I got "pro-sony" by seeing how they got butchered by the community because of ill-chosen words in the run up to PS3's release. All while they, objectively, offered a lot more technology for a price which ended up cheaper than its competitor. The fact that the "winning" console was scandalously ill-engineered only made matters worse.

    But I'll not defend them to the end. I'll take us, customers, first.

    Back on topic now! :D


    there is more evidence to support the Retail Dev Kit plan proceeding as planned than evidence of its cancellation.
    I am drawing the complete opposite conclusion. A "plan" there surely is, but it is not anymore to make all retail Xbones a dev machine. That's history IMHO.
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  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @spectrumfox
    Is it really that far-fetched for you people to believe that sometime between yesterday and today, executives were specifically told to NOT mention anything specific relating to the Retail Dev Kit?
    not at all. In fact, it looks like it.

    But you guys are equally desperate to paint Microsoft as the good guy, no?

    Is it really that far-fetched for you people to believe that the day before yesterday, this engineer honestly answered a question relating to the Retail Dev Kit?

    Before corporate damage control took over?
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  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @spectrumfox
    The true mark of when a person has won an argument is when the other party claims they're being paid off.
    :D

    ok. that was a bit dumb from me to say so...

    but seriously... ?

    :|
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  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @spectrumfox
    Being a director doesn't automatically mean he knows the in's and out's of how the Xbox One Retail rev kit is going to work.
    no! but he knows about the policy, about the vision, which 5 out of 6 questions were about!

    :D

    you're funny. you mind if I call you frazzlfox from now on?
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  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @spectrumfox
    Xbox One retail devkit is coming soon.
    damn. you are going to fall low some certain moment in the future when some MS exec is finally allowed to bring a clear message about it.

    :rolleyes:

    does MS pay you to defend them I wonder? Does it pay well?
    Reply +5
  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @sp1der1976
    Goodbye, bookmark deleted
    +1'd you.

    don't forget to delete your account! ;)
    Reply +7
  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @spectrumfox
    The exec realized he was being baited by a so-called investigative reporter for a video game blog and decided not to bite.

    Anyone in their right mind would have done the same thing. I'm surprised no one picked up on that.

    Eurogamer is not god's gift to video gaming. At times, I'm surprised they think they are. You don't get to demand answers from someone who is not qualified or allowed to give said answers.
    hey. I do not find Charla embarrassing here - he's just following orders and correctly judged not to bite.

    MS again embarrasses here. They know there's fuzz around and are incapable of coordinating a reply. Hell. Even Uncompentativle gave better replies to a lot of 180s they went through.

    About EG. What is your suggestion then to the games industry mags as a whole? Don't ask questions?! Or, don't ask questions to Microsoft anymore?! What? I am curious.

    Lastly, Charla, as executive, should be quite qualified to answer (5 out of 6 questions - here you go chapski), but indeed was not allowed.

    Yeah. Journalism should just stop asking about topics. Tell them "spectrumfox" said so!

    :rolleyes:
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  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @spectrumfox
    A journalist asking questions to a person who is not qualified to answer the questions. The exec even said as much.

    This reporting reeks of amateur hour.
    :D

    you really have a problem if you are not able to correctly digest a mere six questions!

    Five out of six were appropriate for the suit, but remained unanswered.

    One was more technical, but, believe you me, a suit, when authorized, is able to also answer these. Just not the technical details.

    So. Six out of Six unanswered.

    Who or what is embarrassing here?

    :rolleyes:
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  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @spectrumfox
    And Eurogamer gets more embarrassing by the day...
    uh?

    A journalist asking questions, the exec answers none.

    What or who exactly is embarrassing here?
    Reply +19
  • Microsoft boss Satya Nadella commits to Xbox

  • MeBrains 10/07/2014

    @funkyman
    Sony better hope that too. Who else will they copy their ideas from? Without the Xbox, the Playstation wouldn't have trophies, custom soundtracks, cross-game chat, a party mode etc.
    yieeeaaaahhh...

    give me 5 things Microsoft "invented" without copying somebody else or buying into the tech! Either HW or SW...


    edit: I wondered myself about trophies. Look what I found. They read a lot like trophies... oh noes...
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  • Microsoft has abandoned plans for Xbox One consoles to double as dev kits

  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    @George-Roper you wazzak. Haha. That's a good one. Need to remember that. :) Reply +2
  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    @spectrumfox
    Hey, at least Kotaku bothered to get something official from Microsoft, rather than writing a whole story based off something completely unofficial.

    They get credit for that.
    Did you read the initial article?

    It says: "Today, Xbox Advanced Technology Group's Martin Fuller was quizzed about it"

    what is "completely unofficial" about that?
    Reply +4
  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    @Dantonir
    OneGuide integration with local TV providers and XBox Live exclusive TV content.
    yea. I am still looking forward to seeing how OneGuide and exclusive content will work in the divided country I live in.

    It is a question I have ever since they announced their TVTVTTV thing.
    Reply +3
  • Sony boss talks of "sleepless nights" when trying to balance PS4 capabilities and price

  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    @getup2k right. Ebay. Compile a list of new modules please. And a complete one as well, with an OS.

    I do know you can get better HW by going more expensive, but that does away with the point of the exercise does it? We had this chap saying you can buy a PS4-outperforming-desktop for 500. Please show how you can do that.
    Reply +1
  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    @funkyman
    Why? You don't care about graphics. You bought a PS4! If you cared about graphics, you wouldn't need me to explain how to build a PC and what parts are good.
    hey. I am interested as well! I want to buy a 500 PC which is at least as good or outperforms PS4.

    I have been looking, but I consistently get to higher prices. :(
    Reply +11
  • MeBrains 09/07/2014

    @funkyman kack!

    that's good. Actually it came to mind while reading your well-researched essay!

    :rolleyes:
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