MmaFanQc's forum posts

#1 Posted by MmaFanQc (103 posts) -

@kishinfoulux said:

@MmaFanQc said:


sorry but no, im calling it, Ni No Kuni will be the ChronoTrigger of this generation.

(Xenoblade and Last Story was great....but nothing special unlike Ni No Mila Kunis)

Absolutely not.

whateva brah!

#2 Posted by MmaFanQc (103 posts) -


sorry but no, im calling it, Ni No Kuni will be the ChronoTrigger of this generation.

(Xenoblade and Last Story was great....but nothing special unlike Ni No Mila Kunis)

#3 Posted by MmaFanQc (103 posts) -

should try to delete big install data of older games that you dont need anymore(or you could always delete some of your pron you got on your hdd)

#4 Edited by MmaFanQc (103 posts) -

....Yep, i was seriously drunk when i started my game.

#5 Posted by MmaFanQc (103 posts) -

Ok, first off, anyone who believes that a Tegra 3 is gonna run at 1080p for anything but maybe video playback and nes emulation is living a pipedream. 99% of the stuff on the ps3/360 runs at 720p. And those are considerably more powerful platforms. Second, when people are asking why they'd want this, what they are saying is "what does ouya do that my current hardware doesn't do?". The answer is "nothing."

Emulation: You can emulate on just about everything. Hell, my old psp emulates everything up to the n64. Want to emulate on the big screen? Get an original Xbox and soft mod it, and you're into everything including psone and n64.

Video: you can get an original Xbox and xbmc and watch everything. If you want Netflix and Hulu plus, they have apps for every platform on the planet. Ouya does nothing new.Indie games: xbla, psn, and wiiware brought indie gaming to a mass market years ago. And the pc has had indie gaming since its inception.

Open platform: pc anyone? You can run "unsigned code" and tweak hardware to your heart's content. You can even tweak things like clock speeds and voltages. The i5 and i7 k series CPUs are completely unlocked and ramp way up from their factory defaults.

Playing tablet/ cell phone games on the tv: begging the question of "why," you can do it now. My tablet has hdmi out. Dunno about the other tablets out there, but I didn't get a cheap out on my tablet--you get what you pay for.

Playing AAA games: if you think ouya is going to get platform exclusives then you're high. Devs will go where the install base is.

The ouya provides nothing new or useful and will bomb. Sorry ouya fans (I can't believe I just said that).

#6 Edited by MmaFanQc (103 posts) -

its pretty good, the only downside is the 130gb download cap per month.

#7 Edited by MmaFanQc (103 posts) -

yeah, ps vita has no games.... excepted those on my top 10 of 2012 as a day one ps vita owner:

10-Uncharted Golden Abyss

9-Touch My Katamari(aww yeah, TOUCH IT!)



6-Ragnarock Odyssey



3-DJMAX:Technika Tune

2-Lumines:Electronic Symphony


...yep, no games.

and im not even talking about all the ps1/psp games you can enjoy too.

on a serious note, get a 32gb card and a ps plus membership, you simply cant go wrong with that.

#8 Posted by MmaFanQc (103 posts) -

good news!

#9 Posted by MmaFanQc (103 posts) -

@umdesch4 said:

You'd think most of the people in this thread had never seen a mortgage...

have YOU a hard time to manage YOUR budget?

#10 Edited by MmaFanQc (103 posts) -

@TheBrainninja said:

I’m not sure if that’s better or worse than Los Angeles.

All I know is that people don't write songs about Playstation Home. least you have to open Home to see ads, meanwhile you simply have to open you xbox to be flooded with shitty useless ads and ads and more ads shoved down your throat. dont even need to bend over, MS is doing all the work for you.