Member since: Oct 6th, 2006
Aug 3rd 2009 9:41PM I'm in two minds about this - there is a lot of content that you pay for that has ads - take Pay TV for instance, or the above-mentioned movies.Also, wipEout was one of the first games to feature in-game advertising. Red Bull.It really added to the atmosphere of the game having billboards around the track that were featuring real products that were, I suppose, relevant to the wipEout demographic.The point to note is that the gameplay was in no way compromised, wipEout always prided itself on pure gameplay, and for them to accept in-game advertising that hampers the gameplay is pretty sad.I was seriously considering purchasing the game, but I'm not going to now.
Oct 15th 2007 11:27PM Why the hell not take advantage of becoming an Apple reseller - at least then they will be able to buy iPhones at wholesale rates (not a massive saving off RRP, but a saving nonetheless)
Jan 23rd 2007 1:05AM Yes, it works... But...I've seen it in action - 10.4.8 running in VMWare on Windows XP - but it was an illegal version of Mac OS X someone downloaded off bittorrent that had been hacked to remove the TPM checking parts... In other words, it was a version of OS X for generic PC hardware and as such was not only illegal, but comes with no support from Apple whatsoever.Oh, and no, I didn't inhale...
Oct 14th 2006 4:50AM Core 2 Duo MacBook Pro - Is there any other choice?
Oct 6th 2006 10:36PM Around Docklands in Melbourne - there's some stunning new architecture around the place, it's really good...
Oct 6th 2006 10:34PM Forza Motorsports 2.All that needs to be said.
Oct 6th 2006 10:26PM I've currently got a SD Samsung STB, which while it's a great unit (it's a DTV-B receiver that locks on to low signals really well, and changes channels as fast as analogue free-to-air channels) but it's only standard def.Should I be lucky to score one of these babies, well then that's a good excuse to run past the wife to go and get a shiny new High-def STB!
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