Power Stone 2 did.
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You might be mixing up the PS4 stuff with the PS3. PS3 switched to this limited system a few years ago to stop game sharing.
You can deactivate all your devices at once through your SEN account management, and then reactivate only the devices still in your possession. Alternatively, you can deactivate your PS3 before you sell it through Account Management>>System Activation on the console. After you deactivate your account, and then delete it, you can factory reset the console from Settings >>System Settings >> Format Hard Disk. That will erase all your saves and system preferences off the the PS3 (networking, time zone, your all-important printer settings, etc.). After that, it should be good to go.
Your profile will transfer over to a Vita just fine, unless you have activated your account on more than 1 other Vita or PSP. You get 2 Portable systems (PSP/Vita), 2 PS3s, and 1 "primary" PS4 on a PSN account for games (5 "activated' systems). If you try to activate over your limit, it won't let you login.
I took my PS4 money and put it into a 3DS. No regrets.
I'll probably be grabbing a PS4 this fall, depending on how Infamous, The Order and the rest of the first party lineup looks like (will Driveclub be hot garbage?!). Nothing really pulling me away from portables/PS3/360 yet.
I'm only curious about Sunset Overdrive on the Xbox side, but $560 is a bit much for "curiosity".
I kinda enjoyed Revelations. For how terrible the Tower Defense stuff was (and it was BAD), I enjoyed Istanbul/Constantinople as a city. It was really interesting to run around. AC3 was boring and buggy and changed the controls to be worse and ugh! UGH! that story. Connor and Desmond were both atrocious.
AC1 is so interesting, especially when you view it as Ubisoft coming up with the gameplay and mechanics that would lead to AC2 (which is AC1 with way better quests and story). I enjoyed my time in AC1.
And although it wasn't released this year, Velocity Ultra on the vita really took me by surprise with how much I enjoyed it. It's just come out on Steam so even if you don't have a Vita you can be surprised too. The levels are short but perfectly crafted - it reminded me a little of Rayman Origins in the way that there is a perfect run through every level, and you slowly come to see how to achieve it, and that is very satisfying.
Velocity Ultra was released in July of this year... the original Velocity for PSP came out last year. And I agree, it was a remarkable game!
But in terms of surprisingly good gaming moment: the last 5 levels of Rayman legends. Anyone who is claiming that that SM3DW is creative hasn't seen the insanity Ubisoft put out. Rayman Legends is fantastic, and its music levels are some of the best platforming I've ever experienced.
Man, I so wanted P3MC and Mitsuru to be a thing.... but you are correct.
I think its worth noting for people mentioning Lenovo that the Thinkpad series is what's worth recommending. Their consumer-level Ideapad series are okay but not as good as their business-level line of laptops.
Yup, T-Series, W-Series, or X-Series. Stay away from the IdeaPads. They're not good.
A baseline T440 sounds perfect for this situation. They were just released fairly recently. You can get a baseline one for like $850. They have a lot of sales too on their site.
Yes on the T440. I have a T430, and have put it through its paces. Lenovo support is also great; mine shipped with a slight defect on the keyboard and they fixed it super fast. No other problems, amazing keyboard, great battery life, so happy.
So I took mine on a plane from NY to SF in checked luggage. Wrapped that thing tight in a giant comforter with pillows, and shipped it. Monitor too. Arrived perfectly.
but yeah. foam case. that's the way it should be done!
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I feel nonplussed by the game. Thought it overreached/was heavy handed in its attempts to manipulate my emotions as a player, while lacking fun puzzles. Felt like a bad adventure game. Blech, will be happy to see it fade into the obscurity that most of these "emotional" games occupy.