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  1. How anyone can say the 360 is doing great is madness. It's still being out sold by the PS2 (a 7 year old system), it's sales are pathetic in JPN (Famitsu don't even report them anymore!), no doubt it'll be out sold by the Wii and PS3 in Europe in a matter of time, so that only leaves the US. When the PS3 get's a major price cut and in 2008 MGS 4, GT 5, FF XIII, etc come out then it'll only eat into the 360 market share there (US) to.
  2. He likes the smell of bums

  3. God, what are you on? Man, there's no talking to some people!
  4. You can pick up a decent PC for buttons now. As i said before, you don't need a 360 to play Alan Wake, you can play it on the PC (saving yourself £279.99). Simple as... wow, where the hell did that come from? You sound like some baldy bastard anorak. User was warned for this post.
  5. Point is you can go elsewhere to play it.
  6. Your missing the point, most/vast majority of people already have PC's in there home, so its a £39.99 purchase.
  7. Yeah, but that's multiplatform i.e. you can get it on PC, therefore you don't need to fork out £279.99 to play it.
  8. The 360 does have some excellent games coming out for it at the end of 2007, but in terms of 2008 there is nothing exciting. There wasn't even anything announced at E3 concerning 2008. Microsoft were questioned by the media (1up, IGN, Kotaku, etc) why nothing was announced for 2008 and there answer was we don't need to just now i.e. some bullshit corporate answer. 2008 is when all the big guns are coming out the PS3, MS will need to get the finger out and show something positive for next year (and i'm not talking about some milked Halo franchise). If i were a 360 owner i'd be saying: right, co
  9. This is what's on the discs: The Blade Runner: The Final Cut (Five-Disc Ultimate Collector's Edition) will feature the following bonus materials: * Commentary by Ridley Scott * Commentary by Executive Producer/ Co-Screenwriter Hampton Fancher and Co-Screenwriter David Peoples; Producer Michael Deely and production executive Katherine Haber * Commentaries by visual futurist Syd Mead; production designer Lawrence G. Paull, art director David L. Snyder and special photographic effects supervisors Douglas Trumbull, Richard Yuricich and David Dryer * Dangerous Days: Making Of Blade
  10. I own a PS3 and PC, i don't want to shell out £279.99 for a 360 just to play one game, fuck that.
  11. Yeah, also i can't wait until December when Blade Runner: Final Cut (Five-Disc Ultimate Collector's Edition in Collectible "Deckard Briefcase") edition will come out on Blu-Ray. Watching that movie in HD is worth the price of the Blu-Ray player itself.
  12. Looks ace, but i'll wait until it comes out on PS3/PC. And no, i don't give a shit how long i will have to wait.
  13. PS3 because: 01) Its a Blu-Ray player as well as a console. 02) Built-in Wi-Fi at no extra cost. 03) Backwards compatibility is better than 360's. 04) It's games are region free. 05) Costs nothing to play online. 06) Stronger JPN developer support 07) Connectivity options i.e. Compact Flash, SD Card, Memory Stick, Blue Tooth, USB 2.0 08) Its not going to break after a few days of ownership. 09) It's doesn't sound like a jet engine when on. 10) Build quality is far superior to 360. 11) 2008 line up eat's n' shits the 360's. Nuff said, really.
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