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41. Posted: Thu 16th Aug 2012 03:04 BST
@Moskyj: just passing out isn't the worst of your potential problems with that sort of plan — it's important to get up and move around every so often too, get the blood circulating again. otherwise, you're prone to blood clots, and those are no bueno... when you hear about people dying from extended gaming marathons, that tends to be what happened
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42. Posted: Thu 16th Aug 2012 18:13 BST
I play my Wii on a Sony TV.he he he.
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43. Posted: Thu 16th Aug 2012 19:43 BST
Well, Nintendo doesn't openly talk smack about their competitors. None of that 16 bit war type marketing nowadays.
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44. Posted: Thu 16th Aug 2012 19:51 BST
@Wheels2050: Oh, I didn't realize you're from Australia. That changes things completely.
Stuffs a lot cheaper in America, at least on the consoles. A PS3 is $250 maximum over here, and the games aren't incredibly expensive either. PC gaming in your territory makes a whole lot of sense. You should have said so earlier.
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45. Posted: Thu 16th Aug 2012 21:27 BST
@moomoo: or you could've checked his user profile... i usually do that as soon as numbers show up in a conversation just to make sure i'm on the same page as the person i'm talking to :3
46. Posted: Thu 16th Aug 2012 21:33 BST
@theblackdragon: But how will you remember them all?
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47. Posted: Thu 16th Aug 2012 23:48 BST
@moomoo Even in North America, PC gaming makes sense. If you spent $250 to upgrade the comuter you already have, assuming it is fairly new and decent already, to improve the PCs gaming performance, you could probably stretch that far enough to get it around as good performance as a PS3. With the money you would save on games through sales, I think PC gaming in America makes a whole lot of sense.
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48. Posted: Thu 16th Aug 2012 23:54 BST
@EmpireIndustries: Maybe I was being a bit too hard on the medium. I guess it just depends on financial positions when you get right down too it. And with some great free to play stuff out there, it could be very affordable.
Thanks for all the comments. I have a more open mind now .
49. Posted: Fri 17th Aug 2012 02:22 BST
Even if you don't have a good PC, there are many games that will run perfectly fine on older systems.
50. Posted: Fri 17th Aug 2012 09:37 BST
Well one cool fact regarding this is that if you say "Playstation" in Hey You Pikachu! he will get angry!
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