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ipodgamer

ipodgamer

United Kingdom

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ipodgamer

#1

ipodgamer commented on Review: 1080° Avalanche (GameCube):

@JamieO It's healthy to have a dream, it can quite often make the more mundane aspects of life seem that little bit more worthwhile and pleasurable. I will leave your dream with you for now. But when my copy of 1080 arrives I will... well you know the drill by now! lol :)

Joking aside, I am really looking forward to playing this classic again! As you know I have become a bit of an snobbyass/elitist PC gamer over these last few years. But, I have managed to hunt down my Gamecube, I even found 3 N64's under my bed (seriously) 3 of em! and a ton of Nintendo classics I forgot about! Just gotta find my SNES now! lol. I know I have it here somewhere :)

ipodgamer

#2

ipodgamer commented on Reggie Trash-Talks the PSPgo:

@ODOGG618 Well, no-one has more $$$ than the mighty bods at Microsoft, plus their networking infrastructure is second to none. I am sure if they wanted to join the mobile party they would have more than a fighting chance of pwning the whole thing.

ipodgamer

#3

ipodgamer commented on Reggie Trash-Talks the PSPgo:

I am rather biased towards all things Apple at the moment, but I do consider myself a well rounded gamer and am currently not from suffering from fanboyism of any description. I remember getting a PSP from Lik-Sang prior to European release a few years ago and I really liked it. But the UMD discs where awful right from the outset, plus the battery-life sucked big time. The PSP-Go may be a step in the right direction to rectify these early issues. But the whole thing is just a knee-jerk reaction to Apple's digital delivery mechanisim. The lack of backwards compatibilty is a massive oversight by Sony and I think they will pay dearly for this in the next few months. I predict that Sony PSP Go = FAIL and will be well under the radar in the coming months. I just don't think it can live with Apple or The DSi as a mobile gaming Platform. Well that's my 2 cents anyway.

ipodgamer

#4

ipodgamer commented on Review: 1080° Avalanche (GameCube):

Great review, Jim! I adored this game back in the day. Completely different genre but, almost on par with Zelda Ocarina of Time for me. I remember staying up nights and playing this right through till dawn. I fancy a trip down memory lane so have just purchased a copy of this from eBay! All I gotta do now is find my Gamecube to enjoy all the powdery delights that 1080 has to offer :)