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The press has been speculating about it for years now, but on Wednesday we finally got to see Apple's debut game console - a not totally unexpected revamp of the Apple TV
My prediction is that AppleTV will evolve into a console, or maybe iPad 2 will connect via HDMI to big screen; the specs for new AppleTV / iPhone 5 / iPad 2 look to be able to pump out 1080p easily. AppleTV with a little storage and it's own App Store seems inevitable, the only unknown is the controls.
they may stick with the 500GB internal HDD
When it comes to gaming, Apple themselves are woefully, and perhaps wilfully, naive.
People don't pick up an iPhone because it's the best on the market. They pick one up because it cost a fair bit and is "Cool".
None of these shallow traits can be applied to a set top box. The apple faithful will not buy one because it's not something that can be shown off to the friends.
Nvidia is in big trouble
iPad Pro will work well in companies, but really only companies with a large existing investment in Apple tech.
Which game would you like to see made isometric?
a link to Amazon for Fallout 4
What if Fallout 4 were an oldschool isometric RPG?
Gaben is a busy man for sure, but surely someone from their development team could've checked out his game
nine hour ordeal (which plays out pretty much in real time)
They've got a whole bunch of games
IIRC, there were NTSC Speccys - sort of - but they weren't called a Speccy.
Did you try the common cunning tactic in helping convince your parents to gift you a computer to help with your schoolwork
the 480i on the C64 is much better than the 480i on the Speccy
accusation of the fungal like thing on the left looking a bit rude
But the speccy tended to have higher frame rates.
though my back catalogue