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Works for zune.net & other subscription services; the catch is that as soon as you stop subscribing, the DRM stops you from accessing the music...
It turns it into a dual boot machine & it's really just for tinkerers.
PS1 backwards compatibility has not been removed from any PS3 model. It's PS2 that's the issue.
Never fear, the Claymores will be back to make everyone else look better than they really are.
Is this what the new forum software's designed for? Shills talking to shills? :)
Good old HTF, the look may change, but the arguments are the same ones from the past 8 years.
A five year bump for this?
Around February-March, according to the developer.
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The 360 is getting a price drop, it's not a one week deal.
This feels like a blast from the past. There are two models currently available for the PS3. The 40GB has no backwards compatibility whatsoever...
Not quite. The 60GB has a PS2 chipset basically inside, making it 100% compatible. The 80GB has part of the PS2 chipset included, but not all of...
That's often the case, Michael, yes. It's easy to remove the installed space and the next time you play the game you'll have to install it again....
Look, games hardware fails. It happens. You're saying GTA has code inside it capable of killing PS3s?
I got a stimulus check as a legal resident with a green card.
If you're someone's dependent, you don't get the stimulus check.
Pull back or forward on the left stick to control your positioning on the bikes.
You're limited to headsets approved by Microsoft for the 360. You could use those as headphones but not as a headset for playing on Xbox Live. The...
The gameplay is identical.
It'd be absolutely useless as you can't use bluetooth headsets with the 360, just the PS3. There are wireless headsets for the 360, but not...
Wrong. There's two benefits to a gold membership - playing online, and getting free content immediately (silver members have to wait a week to...
No such option.
Except for allowing you to turn it on/off via IR, right?
It may still be his vision, but he's no longer "the Sony guy". Phil Harrison resigned from Sony.