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Definitely a PC. I play the demo at a pretty high setting on my relatively old gaming laptop (1.8 ghz, 2GB RAM, Geforce 7800 go) and nothing beats the keyboard and mouse.

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I have a laptop with a Pentium 1.83 with 2 GB of RAM and a Geforce Go 7800 GTX. Any chance I could play this game?

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I'm happy you can't play it with all settings maxed out right now. If you can play the game on low or medium quality the game still looks fantastic. In a year or 2 all of us will you have computers that can handle this with no problem. Its almost like a game like Dark Forces Jedi Knight coming out around 1997 requiring 8MB of RAM instead of working with 2 or 4mb. Games like that age better and are more fun to play years from when it comes out.

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I had a love-hate relationship with the megaman games. I loved getting the different powers from the bosses, but I hated the fact that if you killed a guy and came back to the spot the guy would come right back. This was particularly problematic when you'd climb up really high on a ladder and get knocked down, and then you'd have to fight everyone all over again.

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That was great. I remember the eggplant wizard as being particularly annoying. I also have fond memories of blowing on, shaking, and trying everything possible to get the nes games to work. Just for fun I took my old nes out and tried it and the games still don't work right.

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Considering that this is a built in blue ray player, as well as a game system, it is actually pretty cheap. I want it mostly for the blue ray player. The game capability is just an added bonus. I would really like to know why the system won't work with a universal theater remote. That seems like a major oversight, and may make me not buy it.

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I was really excited about getting one and using it with my home theater. One thing I would really like to know is whether or not it will upconvert existing DVDs to 1080p. I find it odd that there aren't more 1080p videos to watch, especially since there are affordable 1080p televisions now. I have a 3 chip 1080p front projector and would like a good source. The biggest complaint I have is that I read the playstation 3 will NOT work with universal remotes. Considering that the $600 price tag is in part because the system should work with a home theater, I find this to be an outrageous oversight, that severely limits the use of the playstation 3.

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