davecuk's forum posts

#1 Posted by davecuk (158 posts) -

Yes, by taking the stickers off and putting them in the correct place.

#2 Posted by davecuk (158 posts) -
L said:
"Yeah, but why are there often ports of games credited to XBLM?
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The reason is they aren't sold as Xbox Originals or PSOne Classics.
#3 Posted by davecuk (158 posts) -

Show me a link to a UK retailer selling 13 months of Live for £20~ and I'll be impressed :P

#4 Posted by davecuk (158 posts) -

I have two controllers, one wired & one wireless.

#5 Posted by davecuk (158 posts) -

I wouldn't add it as it's just the PS1 version.

#6 Edited by davecuk (158 posts) -

It may not take long to get to 1000 by just uploading screenshots, but the person uploading them still has to put in some effort sourcing and uploading them. It's certainly better than letting new users edit anything right off the bat.

#7 Posted by davecuk (158 posts) -

Nothing was stolen from me, people have had their submissions accepted before me, but that's fair game.

#8 Posted by davecuk (158 posts) -

PC, PS3, PS2, PS1, DC, GBA, GBC, DS orig, GC, Xbox, Xbox 360, SNES, Mega Drive, Master System, Atari 2600

I think that's all I have atm.

#9 Posted by davecuk (158 posts) -

Scotland here.

#10 Posted by davecuk (158 posts) -
blackwolf said:
"I dont mind paying at all.

Have you tried the ps3 online its horrible.
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$50 a year isn't too bad, but unfortunately it's closer to $80 in the UK and that's for MUCH LESS content than the US receives.

I dunno what you mean by horrible? Perhaps the lack of standardised voice across all games, sure, that's annoying. No cross-game invites, again quite annoying, but I'm sure that will be implemented at some point. As for the actual experience of playing the game across the internet against others, well it's exactly the same as it's the users who host the majority of games not Microsoft. In some games such as Battlefield: Bad Company EA host the servers on both platforms and the majority of Sony's first party titles have dedicated servers as well, I don't see Microsoft hosting game servers for their first party titles.

To answer the question of the OP, I don't think the fee will disappear totally yet, but I think we may see some sort of price cut once Sony add more features to their service. I feel in the next generation of consoles they may need to drop the fee though as Sony wont repeat the same mistake they made this generation when it comes to their online platform.