Originally Posted by formulanerd
big deal? vga does the same hdmi does, and with a lot of sets the vga method is better, in reference to overscan and such.
VGA does not carry sound like HDMI.
Originally Posted by Davio
I guess Im on the flip side. I think its utterly pointless. It still ended up costing you more money than just sticking with your current 360, and for what? Thats precisely why millions of Americans...
Originally Posted by 257Tony
If you bought one on the $299 sale price, then I think you made a good move. You got HDMI, plus a more reliable system, and 3 more years of hardware warranty for about $65. not bad....
forgot to say...
Originally Posted by IeraseU
Well I remember being really envious of games on the TG-16 CD such as Y's book I and II and Cosmic Fantasy, which featured gorgeous animated cutscenes and voice acting during the SNES era. Then during...
Originally Posted by zBuff
Who needs a link, MS past history has already shown that they are quite willing and with often go there. Have a look at MS history outside of gaming circles.
have a look outside sony circle of gaming...
Originally Posted by number1laing
Yea, all Blu-Ray is used for is longer cut scenes. Just like when games moved from cartridge to CD, and then from CD to DVD. There are NO benefits to increasing storage.
I think your the first...
Originally Posted by JuiceRocket
I'm pretty excited about this announcement, even though I'm wary of the quality we'll see on our larger tv's. I use the Netflix "Watch Instantly" feature a good amount, mostly to watch TV show...
Originally Posted by Dralt
The same people with the same arguments. 1 year later. The sky is still falling, eh?
Thankfully, the sky is pretty high up there, so it might keep falling for another 10 years.
good point DRALT I bet...