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08.11.2013 @ 02:25
Aver said:As I said. Console games you can sell back and you will get back 70-80% of value.
That's absolutely false, if not for these very few games that everyone wants and no one sells. Otherwise the "flip value" is far lower usually... Or Gamestop and similar would have bankrupted years ago.
And that's even ignoring how weird this argument sounds every time I hear it.
"Oh sure, with 100 bucks on PC you can buy 10 games, but I can buy several games too. I just need to sell back every single one of them every time"
Yeah, except in the end the first guy has a library of ten games, the second one has just the last one he got selling back all his previous purchases one after another.
07.11.2013 @ 17:59
Sercan said:PC will always be better than consoles as long as you upgrade to high end PC. This is not cheap however. ›››
PC gaming can be as good (and as pricey) as you want it to be.
You can have a very decent gaming machine for dirty cheap or you can throw big money at it and build an absolute beast.
That's part of what makes it great for enthusiast gamers.
Not to mention how much money you are going to save over the years if you're someone who play a lot of games.
07.11.2013 @ 00:05People wouldn't even dare claiming consoles are "far cheaper" if they were any good at math and long term accounting of their money.
06.11.2013 @ 23:11
awsomeman500 said:since PS4 can "code to the metal", focus on single spec, and better optimization make it superior to even the high end pc versions
does the pc (talking high end) version have extra graphics features then the ps4 will have
can't the ps4 ubersampling to ›››
I can't even tell if this is supposed to be serious or it's just a parody post.
29.09.2013 @ 12:39
ViZ7 said:Lol ? Excuse me, but saying that LOTR is overrated is not clever at all, to say the least. You could say you don't like it, and I would understand (I'm not a fan either, far from it), but saying it is not one of the very best fantasy piece of literature ever written is just not knowing anything about literature...^^ ›››
Beside the overall value of his books as quality literature, it's also worth noting that Tolkien was an outstanding storyteller, so it's quite depressing/annoying to read a lot of people these days downplaying his accomplishments just because he's not "hot and trendy" anymore.