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One of my game disks has a laser burn, that while the game is still playable, it runs slow now. I have two options, and im not sure if i can get away with. And no im not paying sixty dollars for a new one due to an error by the gaming machine that cheap M$ wont fix.(Also im poor :cry:
1. Go to a game rental store, rent said game and switch disks.
2. Buy a used copy from Gamespot, switch disks, and then return it getting my money back.
What should I do?
I think the bigger question is who CANT afford to lost E3. In my mind thats Sony.They have better hardware than 360 and Wii yet there not doing so well. I think Sony has to pull something big out of the hat this year.
if you haven't played the previous halo games don't get halo 3. i havent played any of them yet either but i pretty sure story is a good part of the game and you would be lost if you played the third one without the other games. to answer you question it depends on what you want. if you want to get one of those two and nothing else, gears since you played the first one, but if you want halo 3, get the first 2 first. if you dont mind a game without multiplayer i would recommend bioshock. the best 360 game ive played so far even if ive only played 4 games :). ill stop my rambling now.:)
Lulz at halo having a story. Aliens attack Earth. Earth fights back. They discover forbidden ancient superweapons. Teh end
Just remember though you'll be indoors for a very long time to beat them :P. Lost odyssey and Tales are both around 50 hours and Mass effect is around 25 hours but the story is so epic you'll replay it at least twice.
Whats your personal favorite between Tales and Lost Odyssey? And why?