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#1 psx_warrior
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@silversix_: Don't you mean those 8 miserably slow cores???

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#2 psx_warrior
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@davillain- said:

Crysis was the only and my first ever PC exclusive game I had fun the most and moving forward now, I'm looking forward to Squadron 42.

I have a special place in my heart for Crysis and Spore. I had a blast with both games. I might revisit them again in the near future. Especially Crysis.

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#3  Edited By psx_warrior
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@ConanTheStoner said:

Man, I was just waiting for the tech demo comment lol. So dumb. Crysis is 10x the game that most shooters are these days. Between Crysis and Warhead, we got an amazing glimpse at what the future of shooters might have been. The game would have been dope as **** even if it launched with PS2 graphics. The graphics were just a bonus on top of an awesome sandbox shooter with sweet ass gameplay and play style options for days. The freedom and empowerment those games afforded the player in what was typically a very restrictive genre was unreal.

But instead, CoD4 took the industry by storm and we went through years of linear set piece shooters with dull and shallow mechanics.

Gamers don't deserve good games.

You are so friggin spot on with your comment. I forgot just how great the game was until watching the video above. Now I want to reinstall it. I wonder how it'll run with my new video card. I think this one might not be as powerful as the old one, but it has new features the old one didn't have. Hmmmmm....My main complaint, though, is how they dumbed the other two Crysis games down.

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#4  Edited By psx_warrior
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@silversix_ said:

My powerful Jaguar inside the PS4 has 8 cores. 8>pathetic 2 cores. End of the conversation.

LOL the Pentium G4560 is running at 3.50 ghz. The jaguar is running at 1.6. Also, the two cores in the Pentium are running two threads each. It's like it's a quad core. I'm sorry, but the Pentium destroys the jaguar. Got a PS4 myself. That machine is a lag fest in the user interface. It can't even handle me selecting another option without old android style lag. PS4 is pathetic.

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#5 psx_warrior
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That whole bit about a machine playing 30 vs. a machine playing 60 fps in an online match is a bit odd since that problem has mostly been relegated to PCs thanks to the openness of the platform.

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@getyeryayasout: I dunno. Just seemed at the time like original xboxes overheated a lot. Maybe I'm wrong. I didn't keep up with that sort of thing very well back then. The first one just froze up at the title screen every time I tried to start it up.

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#7 psx_warrior
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I kind of wish that Microsoft had not promised backward compatibility at all until they could see that all their big name games like Halo: Reach could be made to run on the Xbox One without a hitch. Too many trolls as well as how cut throat the industry is these days. Of course one could say that about MCC, but that's old news. At any rate, I'm sure they'll get it up and running smoothly. No reason for everybody to be so up in arms about it.

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I kind of wish that Microsoft had not promised backward compatibility at all until they could see that all their big name games like Halo: Reach could be made to run on the Xbox One without a hitch. Too many trolls as well as how cut throat the industry is these days. Of course one could say that about MCC, but that's old news. At any rate, I'm sure they'll get it up and running smoothly. No reason for everybody to be so up in arms about it.

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#9 psx_warrior
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@kingtito: Uh, yes it did. I had two. First one just crapped out for no reason, and the second one started over heating.

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#10 psx_warrior
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1. PSP

2. 3DS

3. GBA SP

I had to list the PSP first because even though it didn't sell nearly as well as DS, it had a wide variety of games in every genre, and you can get every FF all the way up through IX on it. A nice list of fighting and racing games as well as a nice load of casual stuff, and how can a person go wrong with PSP?

Of course, 3DS and GBA had great games too, but for me it was all about Pokemon and Mario.

As for Vita, well, it's good for niche Japanese games at least. It's not ALL bad in Vita land.