I am looking to pick up the latest Deus EX and have a quick question. I am having problems finding the PC edition in the UK of the Augmented Edition and if I can not find an online store or retail edition (well retail basically but online stores are an option, as I dont want the digital edition) and may end up getting the game on console. Now a friend of mine has told me the PS3 edition is the weakest version, is this true?
Are there any differences between the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 (I own all three platforms and will get it on any of the three basically) or are they pretty much the same?
So with the ability to sign into my account I will be able to redownload my old games (this is essentially Flower and Final Fantasy VII that I got from the Playstation Network Store) or will there be any DRM issues?
I am considering upgrading my PS3 hard disk over the coming weeks and have a quick question or two.
1). If I do not back up my hard disk through the back up set up, will my profile be usable on the new PS3 (i.e. can I sign in with my PSN ID and essentially redownload my PSN games and trophy data to my new hard disk on the current console)? 2. Can I copy and paste my save game data from games that are not locked to USB stick and transfer them to the new hard disk?
Those are my main questions as of now unless I possibly think of others.
I just noticed the Tomb Raider HD Remaster/collection on Playstation 3 and noticed Underworld is included. Is this the PS2 version updated or is it literally the PS3 edition of the game (the description gives a vauge "as seen already on Playstation 3")?
It would be interesting to see but can a game really capture the humor of the show? I mean would the characters be able to have dialouge that was effective or would it get annoying to hear the same line repeated over and over in a battle?
That said get Nathan Fillion et al on board and I am interested.
Same applies to a Battlestar Gallactica game, would totally love it if they had a space combat game or something. Make the enemies really hard to beat and keep the atmosphere and characters and plot and I would enjoy that a lot.
Pretty much this, I hear music from TV shows, films, radio, what friends listen to, in stores, wherever really. I mean take My Morning Jacket, I had not heard of them until I saw American Dad and now I love that band.
It depends on taste as well, but as others have also mentioned, Last.fm is a good place to get "sounds like" reccomendations from music you already listen to.
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