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PS3 has had Netflix for a few years now.
Time and change will surely (truly) show
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I have no idea how they were either A) Able to keep it secret or B) I just missed it. Had no idea until I went to look at today's Amazon deals and its all over their front page.
I read about it yesterday and then it just popped up in my video section of my PS3.
It is monster app. You can stream content if you are a member of Amazon Prime (which is an awesome deal by itself) and you can also rent or buy new shows and movies.
I wouldn't be shocked if in the future Netflix gets bought out by Amazon.
Are there any free selections to try out the quality?
Umm I am not sure. I didn't mess with it enough to see that.
From what I have read the quality is at least as good as Netflix though.
Go Blue and Go Titans!
I haven't bought any since they got the exclusive football deal. I haven't any played any I don't think. Maybe one or 2 without really knowing EA made them. I still play 2K All Pro online.
Dead Space 1 and 2, Crysis 2, Mass Effect 2 and 3, and the Battlefield series.
These guys just can't seem to put out good games.
Not sure the point you are attempting to make with this post.
Well they bought Bioware so that has something to do with it. I really enjoyed The first Mass Effect but never played the other 2 because EA bought Bioware.
So you would deny yourself 2 great games because Bioware was purchased by EA?
While EA definetely has their faults they are far from being the worst video game publisher.
EA is such a large publisher, you can't write them off. You'd be better to think of them as their individual subdivisions.
Dice, Bioware, good.
EA Sports, not so good -- and this is coming from someone who loves the NCAA series, even with its (many, many) faults.
Maybe if more of you guys would boycott them like me they wouldn't keep putting out the same crappy Madden game. Just trying to make a stand. I realize it does nothing in the end.
I don't buy Madden so in that respect sure. It doesn't matter either way because plenty of sheep keep buying it. Same with CoD and Activision.
Still boycotting a game like Mass Effect will have zero effect on a game like Madden.
I am not going to boycott any game regardless of who it is published by. In the end it is all about the developer and not the publisher.
I can't boycott when dead space and Mass Effect 2 are two of my favorite games the last few years... They aren't the greatest, but not bad either...
Yeah I don't buy Madden either but if we got a ferw thousand people to write them or comment on their website or something and tell them why we aren't buying it, it might have an effect. saying nothing won't help.
I'm also going to boycott COD. They need to fix spawning and have bigger maps than ecourage less camping.
The first Dragon Age Origins wasn't bad either...
CoD isn't changing anytime soon. I didn't buy last years and still don't know why I bought Black Ops.
One thing to keep in mind is its the developers that make the game, not the publisher
Some more rumors on the processing power of the PS4. If the rumors so far are true it sounds like the PS4 will have the advantage. Who knows at this point though.
Sources provide additional insight into the power of Sonys next console.
This x 1000000000000000000000000000
Given all the recent rumors about how they're going to restrict playing used games, NOT THAT.
Also don't like how you have to connect to Live to play some games that I won't play multiplayer on.
Could not care less about load times. That is way down the list for me.
For me it would be major boost in visuals, more bandwidth allotted for larger MP games, and much better AI.
This post was edited by Boner 2 years ago
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