If the Vita had internal memory I would have bought it. I don't want to buy the expensive memory card to save games, music and movies.
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So my fat ps3 broke down. And I have to send it in to sony, I was wondering if the refurbished one(most likely) that they will give me will be able to play ps2 games like my fat one. Much appreciated
Did you you choose the option to have the same model replaced at the Playstation site? When my 60G died (and it was out of warranty, arrgh!) I had the option of having it replaced for the slim PS3 at a lesser price. I chose to pay more to get a 60G.
Any action game with RPG elements is worth a look by me. Hopefully, we will see a demo.
I am going to buy this game on the samed day that it is released in stores. I have all of the games that Snowblind Studios made during the PS2 era. 2011 is such a long time from now.
Hopefully, Warner Brothers gives Snowblind enough money to make this an eight multiplayer co-op game.
I would buy the slim PS3.
My 60 gig launch PS3 was been giving me the "correct hard drive not found message" more and more. I had replaced the hard drive for a 500 Gig Seagate drive and have been on pins and needles ever since. At the moment, my PS3 is fully formatting the drive which I read can eliminate the problem. Ugh, everyone please wish me luck.
The Wii has been repiared and returned to my niece. Metroid Prime 3: Corruption works fine. In fact, I bought the game new, so that I would not have to use the scratched copy of Metroid Prime. The game is awesome. I now have to buy the Wii for my home.
Doubtful... a disc scratch will only prevent you to play said game. I cant play boxing on WiiSports because it gives me a disc error every time, the rest works fine. If the problem was with all the games, I'm sure it was something else... maybe the Wii was moved while having a disc spinning inside? Anyhow, I hope it all works fine now. :)SER69
Thanks for responding. None of the games were playable. The Wii was not moved while the disc was spinning. Could it have been the firmware update? Ugh, I can't take it anymore, I need to be home for UPS tomorrow to test the repaired console.
Keep your Wii clean and your discs unscratched and you should have no problems whatsoever. This helps too:
Wii Lens Cleaning Kit
Thanks. Could the scratched Metroid Prime game that was made for the Gamecube several years ago be the reason my niece's Wii broke down? I was anxious to play one of the Metroid games but did not want to pay full price for the Echoes. I bought a used copy of Metroid Prime to save some bucks which may have been a mistake. Once I take the repaired Wii to my niece's home and confirm that it is functioning, I am going to buy a new copy of Metroid Prime: Echoes.