Amazon itself doesn't sell Nintendo hardware. The prices you are seeing are the prices set by third-party marketplace sellers.
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@nictel: To be honest, that sounds like the most likely thing. If so, kudos for Sony and Yoshida for implementing it that quickly.
You need to find whatever it is you want to do and then do it. I can relate to having second thoughts about what I should get my degree in (I graduate in six weeks from Arizona State and thought about switching many times), but honestly the more important part about the degree is the fact that you actually got it, and not what it's in.
There are examples in every office of every position in the world where a person's degree is useless to their current position. Two examples I know of immediately come to mind:
- Rev3 Games' Tara Long is a math major
- Phoenix Suns General Manager Ryan McDonough is a journalism major
Both are successful. Both seem to enjoy their job. Both's degrees don't relate much (if at all) to their field.
You're 20 years old. You're allowed to change your mind. But make what choice you want to for yourself, and don't let strangers on the internet influence important life choices that you'll have to live with the rest of your life. After all, you're the one who will have to live with the repercussions long after the choice has been made, not them.
So far at Gamestop, going to get Battlefield 4 (and upgrade it to the PS4 version for $10 extra bucks) and an extra year of PS+. Can't beat $80 after tax for that.
The only thing dumber than this hissy fit thrown by some video game "journalists" is the discussion around their comments.
GUYS THEY'RE VIDEO GAMES WE'RE ALL SUPPOSED TO HANG OUT AND HAVE A GOOD TIME PLAYING THEM IS THAT TOO MUCH TO ASK?
Oh wait, I forgot this is the internet. Of course it is.
Mostly looking for a Snorlax with Thick Fat (mine has Immunity), since I use it in my party and we all know which one is the better special ability. I sent a few PMs out, but if anyone is willing to help a duder out, I'd appreciate it. I don't have much good since I'm only 6 hours into the game, but I'd be willing to offer up some of the cool Pokemon I got from Mystery Trade (like Exeggcute).
PS4 better hardware (But look at PS3 now, so?)
Not really comparable. The Cell processor was so different and much harder to develop for than the 360, and that's why the 360 often was the lead platform. These consoles are essentially PC's, so the PS4's more raw power (mostly due to the faster RAM) will actually make a difference. I'm assuming, just like with the PC, that games will be developed for the lowest common denominator, but the difference will come in load times due to just faster components, if that makes sense.