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Topic: AMD Under Fire From Irate Mac Users as Angry Investors File Llano Lawsuit   Go to last post
Posted: Monday, January 20, 2014 2:15:40 PM(UTC)

Sounds to me like maybe Mac users should consider moving to a real platform like a PC.

Topic: FCC Gives Green Light To Sprint's Acquisition of Clearwire   Go to last post
Posted: Sunday, July 7, 2013 1:34:59 AM(UTC)

About time they have a single company at the reins

Topic: Nintendo’s Wii U In Serious Trouble Versus PlayStation 4 and Xbox One   Go to last post
Posted: Sunday, May 26, 2013 1:41:37 AM(UTC)

They probably wouldn't know what to do with all that processing and graphical horsepower. I truly wouldn't be surprised to hear that the new Kinnect device has more power under the hood than the Wii U. Maybe they can start developing something like a 3dsXXL or something...

Topic: Nintendo’s Wii U In Serious Trouble Versus PlayStation 4 and Xbox One   Go to last post
Posted: Saturday, May 25, 2013 10:50:19 PM(UTC)

WTF? They're just realizing this now?? The writing was on the wall with the original Wii. Granted EA coming out and saying they're not going to do any development for the Wii U because it's underpowered is probably not the best news for the console (of course, the only thing EA seems to be good at lately is just flat out f**king the pooch), but that was already a given. They've just finally added 1080p support with the Wii U, and with the PS4 and Xbox One setup out of the box to support the emerging 4k technology, it's about time Nintendo just takes and tears a page out of Sega's playbook and just focus on software.

Topic: Nintendo’s Wii U In Serious Trouble Versus PlayStation 4 and Xbox One   Go to last post
Posted: Saturday, May 25, 2013 10:37:31 PM(UTC)

Nintendo's a forgone conclusion. They may capture the casual gamer market and do well with the DS/3DS handhelds, but losing the support of EA (not much of a loss if you consider how they've done such a great job of [censored]the pooch on the PC market) will definitely hurt them in the long term. Maybe they should actually pay attention to market trends instead of just ignoring everything and just pushing out underpowered hardware in a shoddy attempt to deliver what they think people want out of a game console.