I had $5 on my account from watching Sony's E3 conference in a movie theater and got both Dino Crisis games and The Legend of Dragoon. It was the first RPG I ever completed.
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Thanks for the mention. Time for me to go through some other users' tributes!
It was cold and mushy. Next time I sit on a cake I'll heat it up a little. I recommend just trying it out if you want to know more than that. It's probably something everyone should do at least once in their lives, you know?
See you space duders ...
Edit: After doing several more hours of research and getting help at avsforum.com, I am going with the Samsung PN60F3500.
Hello! I've been doing research on this, but I wanted to hear some opinions from Giant Bombers, as well. Search wasn't working for me.
My projector died and I am looking to replace it with a TV. While it will be used for television and movies, its primary purpose is for video games. I will also be hooking my PC up to it for games.
1. My limit is $1,000.
2. It needs to be able to handle 1080p at 60 FPS with no issues.
3. Viewing distance is easily adjusted in my setup, so this isn't a factor.
4. It will be used in a room covered in blackout curtains.
5. I don't care much about 3D and couldn't care less about "smart" functionality. Every device hooked up to this TV will have all the streaming and media options I need.
6. The TV will not be mounted, but will be sitting on a table.
7. The bigger, the better (without sacrificing quality).
So what would be the best screen type? I've read a lot of conflicting reports between choices like plasma vs. LCD, etc. Games are going to be played on this television a LOT.
Thank you for your time and suggestions. I am looking to make this purchase within the next couple of days. I refuse to play Second Son on my 25-inch monitor!
Some TVs I am looking at on Amazon: