Hmm, I think that laptop would struggle to play any of those games. The Graphics card just isn't up to snuff. That laptop would probably be good enough to play some older games, and play movies, browse internet ect.
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This is exactly my point. Had they played more matches, maybe tried out a few of the other characters, and THEN say that they didn`t like it, it would have been a completely valid look at the game. But instead they spent nearly half the quick look watching `Teach Me, Miss Litchi.` That`s like saying your going to watch a movie and instead you go to the extras menu and watch the crappy trailers that come on the disc.
" @Brendan said:" @solidsnake360 said:solidsnake360 has a point. For the most part, Jeff and Ryan never even tried to look beyond the flashy visuals. The game is actually very well-executed and fun to play both online and off. Hell, I'd rather play BlazBlue online than any other fighting game I've played so far simply because the net code in that game has proven to be so solid. But nope. The game apparently can't be taken seriously in any way because "ZOMG IT'S SO CRAZY AND JAPANESE AND CRAZY JAPANESE OH SHI--" "
"I still feel that the Blazblue Quick Look just didn`t do the game justice. They didn`t even give it a chance. "
O god, the Blazblue fanboys are coming back everyone....run for the hills!! "
" @solidsnake360 said:Psh, that`s no fun." @Canberra said:*bible ""Excellent *Hellraiser reference. "