GS_Dan's forum posts

#1 Edited by GS_Dan (1402 posts) -

@themathlete: The 32GB will get filled, but there's really no need to have all the PS+ library installed at once.

Currently on my 32GB I have:

Wipeout

Lumines

Hotline Miami

Terraria

Pixeljunk Monsters

Rayman Origins

Sonic et al racing

Mortal Kombat

Soul Sacrifice

Guacamelee

Tearaway

Jak & Daxter Trilogy

PS All Stars

Patapon 3

Peace Walker

FF7

Crash Bandicoot + CTR

Pac Man CE

Thomas Was Alone

Super Stardust Delta

Spelunky

Stealth Inc

Sine Mora

Olli Olli

Blaz Blue

And a couple of other things, like YouTube. If you need more than that installed at once you may have ADD :P

#2 Edited by GS_Dan (1402 posts) -

That's an incredible value.

#3 Posted by GS_Dan (1402 posts) -

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#4 Posted by GS_Dan (1402 posts) -

I got blowtorched to death on a BF3 TNT, that was embarrassing

#5 Edited by GS_Dan (1402 posts) -

AI just isn't a huge focus in games development. Firstly because it's an improvement which is hard to market and Joe Blogs wouldnt fully appreciate, and secondly because it is just plain hard.

There's only so far that a complex binary state machine can take you before it gets overwhelmingly complicated, and alternatives such as genetic algorithms are just unsuitable for games development.

#6 Posted by GS_Dan (1402 posts) -

If you've already had PS+ and have been redeeming games for a while a vita is a no brained. Tearaway, Persona and WipEout alone validated it for me and the amount of games from PS+ is ridiculous.

I do plan on getting a 3DS at some point though- Fire Emblem, Zelda and Animal Crossing look too good to pass up.

#7 Edited by GS_Dan (1402 posts) -

@sammo21: He reviewed KZ2, gave it 5 stars

#8 Edited by GS_Dan (1402 posts) -

I switched banks when I realised how terrible Maestro is. I just use PayPal for Giant Bomb, though.

#9 Posted by GS_Dan (1402 posts) -

You worry me, Seppli. Was expecting a sexy thread and instead got wet work.

...heh.

#10 Edited by GS_Dan (1402 posts) -

Sounds like it's similar to the version that was included in one of the Android Humble Bundles, which doesn't have any microtransactions either.