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HD-DVD vs Blu-Ray

Discussion in 'Gear' started by Puck, Aug 3, 2007.

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  1. Bobo Guest

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    Now when will Sony lower the cost of the PS3 so I can get a fancy shmancy blu ray player? :brow:
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    Should have gotten with the winning team instead of band wagoning.
  3. Bobo Guest

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    Did you do that?
  4. Bobo Guest

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    Huh?
  5. Puck Pro Bowler

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    something similar
    iirc , we did the ps34free action...however, it now is a referral program and we did not use referrals
  6. Puck Pro Bowler

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    he means you should deprive yourself of excellence like Bioshock, Halo3, Forza, Gears,etc... just you could watch a movie you probably already own
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    ie. Play your FPS because you have nothing else that can touch the quality of what is coming.
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    Well if I'm a band wagoner, I'm a band wagoner for just about any system. Back in the Nintendo days, I got a Nintendo and Sega. When Playstation took over I had it and a Saturn. Then had a PS2, then Xbox and GC. Now 360 followed by PS3. I may even get a Wii at some point. I want what I like, there's no reason for brand loyalty :yes:
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    that's it Bobo
    there's plenty to like on all systems
    I'm sure you got some mileage out of the GC along with the X and Ps2, the gamer that confines himself to just one system is shortchanging themselves
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