Thread: Xbox One
6/19/2013 5:32pm, #111
6/19/2013 6:08pm, #112
I'm pretty far behind on this console ****. Hell, I'm still trying to convince my dad to buy me a Gamecube so I can play Pikmin. All he ever does, though, is take me down to the arcade so I can play Ocean Hunter and House of the Dead (I finally beat the Magician after 15 years of trying, and only on $10 worth of tokens). Most of the time I'm just stuck with playing dollar-store bought LED racing toys and choose your own adventure games online:
God, I was upset when Stickdeath closed down. Daily completion of Crackhouse Cleanup used to be a part of my lifestyle.
I'll admit, I did play UFC Undisputed 3 on my brother's XBox once. Got stuck on the character creation screen when I couldn't figure figure out how to make Melton Bowen's trunks yellow. I ended up throwing his controller into the dryer out of frustration.
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6/19/2013 6:18pm, #114
I made it to Poseidon, once.
6/19/2013 9:15pm, #115
6/20/2013 12:16am, #116
6/20/2013 12:23am, #117
I think they made the switch with enough time for people to forgive and forget the DRM debuckle. Come holiday season and a bunch of marketing and game previews people will be drooling all over it again.
6/20/2013 12:34am, #118
- Join Date
- Feb 2008
- Illinois. Yay.
Now they just need to drop the price and make the specs comparable to PCs.
6/20/2013 2:38am, #119
its 100 bucks more expensive
not to mention that since the architecture of the xbone and the ps4 aremuch closer than the ps3 and the xbox 360,, there should be a lot less exclusive titles unless they get a fuckton of money for doing so.
not that i give a **** since i havent used a console in ages and have no desire to, what im excited about is that with new consoles they can stop holding back so much on games ported to pc so the slow kids from the short bus can keep up. of course give it 6 months after theyre released and we will be back to square one, but still.
6/20/2013 3:13am, #120
Apparently its a feature people like. My 7 year old loves the damn thing, personally it drives me nuts. But if the youth market like it, it will sell especially if it gives parents the illusion that their kids are getting exercise while playing video games.