hostX9's forum posts

#1 Posted by hostX9 (163 posts) -

I own and have played all of this games and have to say all of them are really good. I just loved them so in my opinion they are definitely worth it ;)

Because Apple isn't humble.UssjTrunks

@UssjTrunks - hehehe good one XD and I totally agree ^_^

#2 Posted by hostX9 (163 posts) -

For more intel on which phone has a better battery life I suggest you go to XDA-Developers and look for some answers but in general I have to disappoint you because almost all Android phones lack good battery life. This is due to the lack of battery technology. We have AMOLED screens all up to 4.7'' and more plus Dual Core processors, Graphic CPU etc. Yes with such powerful hardware it's very simple to expect a higher battery drainage. Li-Ion battery technology dates back to 1991 (First commercial release) yet our hardware in the newest phones date to 2011/2012 including displays. Our hardware is not ready yet for our batteries or the other way around.

#3 Posted by hostX9 (163 posts) -

The galaxy s2 is a very good phoneDJ_Headshot

I agree on this. If you're looking for a gamer phone I highly suggest Xperia Play yet there are a lot of other choices as well. If you're unsure I suggest you Google for some benchmark tests or look at XDA-Developers which is the biggest place for Android (also other phone PDA) customization which is the top advantage compared to iPhone. And remember high user customization leads to better end-user experience

I'm using HTC Desire and I'm very satisfied.

#4 Posted by hostX9 (163 posts) -

I like Steam it's a great place too check if there is something new and innovating mostly because I love indie games. And as you said it is a great place for developers etc. Well because I'm an indie game lover my second best place for them is Desura.com it looks like it's a bit more competitive and attractive for developers then Steam since they have a huger variety of indie games which is normal to expect since they are focusing only on them. Talking about popularity, in my opinion, Desura is quite more popular then Steam among indie gamers.

On the other hand I also like GOG.com but to my knowledge they are focusing mostly on older games especially those which are incompatible with newer OS or hardware configurations (the last applies to very old games). Because of their marketing strategy I don't think it's heading in the same way as Steam but who knows what is behind their "master plan" ;)

#5 Posted by hostX9 (163 posts) -

[QUOTE="hostX9"]Man this follow button is just a pain!!! Why did they step back and did that, why!!! I don't get it why go back to totalitarianism when we are in democracy, why?! Why can't the user decide what will the follow button do by default like it was before? LordAndrew
GameSpot is not and has never been a democracy. The ability to chose something yourself is not the same as democracy.

I didn't meant it literally that GameSpot was or is democratic! I just gave here a illustration or a comparison, how has GameSpot fallen back with his odd decision of making the follow button unchangeable to users, as it once was.

But let's just stop our conversation here because it's just too off-topic.

#6 Posted by hostX9 (163 posts) -

Man this follow button is just a pain!!! Why did they step back and did that, why!!! I don't get it why go back to totalitarianism when we are in democracy, why?! Why can't the user decide what will the follow button do by default like it was before? Man this was really dumb to do this.

I fully support the idea of this thread!

PS: If you GameSpot have to change that button why not to change the option screen to a more user friendly and USEFUL friendly degree. This 1x1 option window is like from the web pages of 1994's