Lhomity's forum posts

#1 Posted by Lhomity (771 posts) -

I tried to make scrambled eggs this morning, but my phone rang and I answered it. I got distracted and my eggs burned up in the frying pan. I shouldn't have answered the phone, but damn it, why can't chickens make some god damned slow-cook eggs? Seriously, chickens, what the hell?! Go screw yourselves, stupid chickens. I hate chickens.

#2 Posted by Lhomity (771 posts) -

I prefer Toukiden, personally. But you won't be disappointed with either.

Try flipping a coin. Heads = Toukiden. Tails = SS Delta.

#3 Edited by Lhomity (771 posts) -

I've heard of this before, though only vaguely. I just did a quick google search and there isn't a conclusive solution I can see. Some people are reporting that if the continue option is greyed, try exiting the game and restarting it until the save file loads properly.

There is an alternative you could try here.

I'm afraid I cannot confirm or test these myself, because I bought this game on PS Vita, not PS3. Sorry.

Good luck.

#4 Edited by Lhomity (771 posts) -

Are you PAL looking to import from US and Japan, or NTSC-U looking to import from Europe (or Japan)?

#5 Edited by Lhomity (771 posts) -

Shattered. A very sad day for GameSpot.

#6 Posted by Lhomity (771 posts) -

GameInformer have posted a very surprising response from Sony regarding EA Access for Xbox One.

Sounds like Sony's still not quite finished taking shots at their competitor. This time, at EA's expense.

“We evaluated the EA Access subscription offering and decided that it does not bring the kind of value PlayStation customers have come to expect,” a Sony representative told us via email. “PlayStation Plus memberships are up more than 200% since the launch of PlayStation 4, which shows that gamers are looking for memberships that offer a multitude of services, across various devices, for one low price. We don’t think asking our fans to pay an additional $5 a month for this EA-specific program represents good value to the PlayStation gamer.”

Full article here.

#7 Posted by Lhomity (771 posts) -

@GTR12: Good point. I should keep that in mind. Thanks.

#8 Edited by Lhomity (771 posts) -

You can do this and have multiple hard drives with games stored on them, but that's only good for one PS3 system (the one that formatted them in the first place). If you try to use one of those drives on another PS3, it will want to reformat them.

Typically, I only buy games on PSN if I can't get them on a disc. I have somewhere over 250 boxed PS3 games. But I've bought so many downloadable titles now; not sure how many. It's not the ownership factor that bothers me. I just like that when I spend money on something, I've received something tangible, something i can hold in my hands - but I've found that when I'm spending less than $30 on a quality downloadable title, I don't miss that feeling at all.

#9 Posted by Lhomity (771 posts) -

It's time to move out of your parent's house. Get a job, save up some money, rent a place of your own. Never have to put up with your parents again.

#10 Posted by Lhomity (771 posts) -

For the same reason everything in your region is not the same price as it is in other countries.

Depending on your country, sales taxes may also apply.