I wonder how Mass Effect will affect the PS3 sale figures in November/December. I don't own a PS3 yet, just a 360 but i really want to see sony pick up their game. It's more benficial for us gamers if both consoles are butting heads. So far the only thing that's making me buy a PS3 is TEKKEN 6. The price reduction did nothing to sway my original plans at purchasing one when T6 arrives.
You can't go wrong with Mass Effect dude. With a 40 to 50 hour playable game, extra DLC coming out a couple of months later and two sequels to follow. It's a very safe bet. Plus your dad will probably love playing it too. Just be sure to play the love scene when no one's around.
Ok, I still havn't ran off on getting the kit yet because I opened up this thread and read interesting things. Someone stated before that the battery pack can be a bit off of the controller, which is true. There is a little seperation in which I feel that if I hold the battery pack in, the sign doesn't come up, but once i let go and it vibrates, it disconnects. Question, being that it has that seperation with the battery pack, will it have the same seperation for the play and charge kit?HoVDaHuSTLa1
I can't help you there dude. I suppose it depends on whether it's the battery pack or the controller itself that has the issue of faulty clips.
This happened to a mate of mine a few months back and now it's starting to happen to me aswell. It's a problem with the clip on the battery pack. The contacts come away from each other thus the controller assumes that the batteries have died when in fact it is the connection. Try placing a piece of folded up tissue/paper or kitchen towel in the battery pack to "Thicken" it up.
Otherwise you'll have to adjust your playing style so you can hold the pack in place with a finger or two or buy a new controller. Frankly MS/xbox has a lot to make up to the consumer for.