Member since: Jan 8th, 2006
Mar 27th 2012 8:45AM Wow, I had no interest in this game up until about halfway through that video.Split screen and I'm in. No split screen and it's a wait-until-it's-$20 purchase.
Feb 27th 2012 3:13PM Voting SF3 because I really want it but really don't want to pay $15. :)
Feb 10th 2012 10:51AM @Co Crash Team Racing was pretty awesome.
Jan 26th 2012 3:17PM At first I was like YEAHHHHHHHH"Account not in beta"But then I was like NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Dec 15th 2011 1:01PM @NoPantsToday Yeah, it's only fifteen minutes though. It used to be 24 hours but people abused it. I wish they had brought it down to an hour, though, as fifteen minutes isn't long enough to download content for a lot of the larger games out there.
Dec 15th 2011 12:49PM @klusion Nope, they're completely different on the inside. It looks like they largely targeted Android devices with Tegra 2 chipsets - the Atrix 2 switched to an OMAP-based chipset.
Dec 15th 2011 12:42PM If you look at the reviews, it looks like Rockstar didn't bother to limit the Android Market listing to compatible phones. I would definitely advise against getting it if your phone isn't explicitly supported unless you find evidence that someone else got it working first, as the post-purchase download will take longer than the fifteen minutes return period.
Dec 7th 2011 2:45PM -insert immature NetherReam typo joke here-
Dec 6th 2011 4:05PM @subHERBian The Galaxy R is a device that Samsung released in a select few markets that uses a Tegra 2 SoC instead of the Exynos one found in most variants of the S2. It looks like mostly Tegra 2 devices are supported; of the Android devices listed, only the Rezound isn't one with a Tegra 2.
Dec 6th 2011 4:03PM @Ryuk Probably not. It looks like they're targeting dual-cores exclusively on Android.
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