Live! From the Terror Dome - Mondo Cool Cast 62

Posted by JerryTerrifying On Monday, February 20, 2012 3 comments


DeathAdder83 said...

Hey Jared, I just wanted to say that I recently discovered a Game Stop that I had never been in before. The store was both full of games and had a friendly staff, I was so taken back by all of this that I was almost offended that I was not offended the entire time I was in there. Anyways I got some hands on time with the new Playstation Vita, and I must say that it is a thing of beauty, I really enjoyed the big sleek screen and while they did seem a little small, the dual analog sticks (which should have been standard issued on everything post 1998) were a welcome addition. I was so excited that I instantly started to fill up some 2 liter bottles with my SEAman.

Retrokaiser said...

How many dicks do you have to suck to get free tickets to Wrestlemania?

British Steel said...

I think the Durango nickname is fitting. Dodge and Microsoft have one big thing in common; shitty unreliable products. Dodges go through transmissions and electronic systems (often dangerous defects like brakes and electronics prone to fire) like Xbox 360s went through RROD repairs. I have never bought a Dodge, and never will, and I have not bought an Xbox 360 (just an original model for modding), and probably won't buy the new product, especially since I'm not a Halo or Gears fan.

I heard rumors that Sony won't be pursuing a next-gen console. I say that's great. The technology for the PS3 is still formidable and despite being six years old, it is still not showing its age like a six-year-old NES or Genesis would. The transition and improvement in graphics *now* are not like they were when making the transition, say, from SNES to Nintendo 64, or from PlayStation 1 to PS2. I know it's a mistake to say "it's not going to get better," but really, does it need an entirely new console? I guess that's the spirit of Capitalism.

New hardware is expensive; any younger-adult gamer can attest to this. I only had my PS3 for two years now. I don't want to have a console that is going to lose support even remotely soon. Also, I don't want to have to lay down $600 for a launch model home-console or wait 3 years for it to become affordable...again.

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