PhilESkyline's forum posts

#1 Posted by PhilESkyline (772 posts) -

Saw the thread title and thought you were referring to the itching and burning you've been having.

#2 Posted by PhilESkyline (772 posts) -

Disc as much as possible. The only digital games I download are the ones offered by PS+ or the Walking Dead Season Pass.

#3 Posted by PhilESkyline (772 posts) -

A proper gameplay video will be released tomorrow afternoon, stay tuned!

#4 Edited by PhilESkyline (772 posts) -

1. Gran Turismo 2

2. Gran Turismo 3

3. Gran Turismo 1

4. Burnout Paradise

5. Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit

#5 Posted by PhilESkyline (772 posts) -

I would love to see Pokemon with Kinect features.

  • You say the name of the Pokemon and then "I choose you!" while throwing you hand forward
  • Once your Pokemon is out on the field you just say their name and the name of the attack

#6 Edited by PhilESkyline (772 posts) -

@grantheaslip: For restaurant tips I believe the rule is 10% of what your total bill. So if my bill is $40 I normally leave $5 bucks. I sometimes leave a few extra dollars if my service was great. The only time I don't tip is if we have a group of 5 or more people. They normally they include the tip in the final bill.

#7 Edited by PhilESkyline (772 posts) -

@mosespippy: I was thinking the same but DLC and system updates shouldn't be using 56 GB's. Borderlands is probably the one game that gets patched and has the most DLC. If anything that should be the culprit.

#8 Posted by PhilESkyline (772 posts) -

I've been going to the same barber for over 20 years. I normally give him 2 to 3 bucks as a tip. Even if I'm low on cash I still tip the same. Christmas time I may give him $5.

#9 Posted by PhilESkyline (772 posts) -

If you go into the games section you can view your saved game files. Maybe you have some files left over from other games or game updates. Shouldn't be taking up that much space but it's a start.

#10 Edited by PhilESkyline (772 posts) -

$500 is too low for a pre-bulit gaming PC. I recommend going with a Digital Storm gaming machine starting at $699. Specs, link and picture below.



- Intel Core i3 4330 CPU

- 8GB 1600MHz Memory

- 500GB 7200RPM HDD

- ASUS H81 Chipset Motherboard

- 430W Corsair CX Power Supply


- Microsoft Windows 8.1