Discussion in 'Game Talk' started by graybone, Sep 12, 2008.
go on, keep using words you clearly don't know the meaning of
says the one who spells awful wrong
Says the guy who can't punctuate a sentence if his life depended on it.
says the xbox 360 fanboy
what's it like being delusional?
whats it like having a console inferior to the PS3
But You know the Ps3 I HAVE, sitting next to the 360 and the PS2, the PS2 gets more play time. At least it can play PS2 games.
my ps3 gets more play time than my 360 wanna know why because that piece of shit RoDed on me
My dick gets more play time than my 360. That could be because i don't actually have a 360...
I've actually gotten sores on my thumbs from the PS3 sticks, cause they're not smooth or indented like their past versions or the Xbox controllers. That being said, anyone who says a Dreamcast is a piece of shit needs to shut the fuck up and get the fuck out. To this day I still have my DC hooked up and will rip out some classic games on it (Jet Set Radio, the Sonic Adventures, Shenmue, so on and so forth), and truth be told in the past 2 years it's gotten more playtime with games I've beaten dozens of times before than my PS3 has.
The controller may of been wonky, but it was still a comfortable controller. The PS3 controller would be a LOT more comfortable if it had a little more weight to it, when I pick them up I feel like I'm about to break it.
the dreamcast sucks and failed miserably and ive never gotten sore from using the ps3 controller
no just bad timing on release and Saturn flop.
No DC failed because Sega wasn't a huge company, at the time they didn't have the time and resources to compete in a market with Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft.
the DC was also one of their best selling systems, they just had no way of out spending any of the three giants to get a profitable place.
The dreamcast was years ahead of it's time, and it showed by how it 'flopped'. Which it didn't. Sega just couldn't see from a financial standpoint trying to compete with Playstation (Sony), Xbox (Microsoft), and Nintendo (hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhuge in japan). That, plus lack of third party support / games, and ever changing need for the systems to not only be gaming systems, but whole multimedia systems is why the DC died out.
But to say that it sucks and failed miserably just shows that you really don't know your gaming history. At all. Which pretty much means any opinion you have can be taken with a grain of salt, and is worth about as much as a handful of sand.
i played the shit out of my saturn back in the day, i played nights probably more than anything...anyone remember that game?
I played the DreamCast very breifly, never got a real feel for it, but people who I knew who had one said it was pretty good.
which means u dont actually have a dick! SNAP!
seems like what basically happend to the DC is all the publishers were getting picked up by sony, nintendo, M$ and they didn't have the bling to step up and take a chunk out of the market. Would it be better for them to compete with these companies and invest millions of dollars into the console or stop making consoles and become a big time developer themseves? It would seem like they are making a decent amount of money now and don't have to worry about as many problems associated with being a console giant.
The PS2 effectively ruined the DC. The Xbox nor the gamecube had sufficient third party developers that it would have harmed the DC. The PS2 however was better marketed, better equipped and had better games. Sega had lost developers and potential customers to the PS2. With it's past problems (32x, sega cd and saturn) along with other problems meant they themselves sabotaged potential support from developers.
Also didn't help that a lot of games were canceled for it, and that 1/3 of games never left Japan.
The playstation two was a beast of a system then and is still, I mean come they are still makeing games for it, I still play mine more over my ps3.
10 year commitment starting with ps2
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