Re: another RRoD
- From: The alMIGHTY N <natlee75@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2008 08:27:09 -0700 (PDT)
On Jul 1, 6:26 pm, "khee mao" <badunkadunkd...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"The alMIGHTY N" <natle...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in messagenews:5f5c31f4-f1b5-4d89-8e00-3c3c9f4d181b@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Jun 26, 1:54 pm, Doug Jacobs <djac...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Nick Soapdish, Jr. <JGordon...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
This statement makes no sense. You can say the same thing about a
movie, and therefore say there's no reason to buy DVDs, etc., or even
watch them again. Except, with a movie, unlike a game, the experience
will be exactly the same. Considering that Uncharted is still
relatively high-priced used, compared to other used games, it seems
like most people who have played it don't feel like parting with it.
Most of the used PS3 games I see for sale are still $55 or so.
I wish! I can get *maybe* $35 for Uncharted on eBay...
why would you want to sell it? Uncharted is a phenomenal game.
Uncharted is one of my favorite games of this generation. However,
I've already beaten it and probably won't go through it again. I'd
rather have the $35 and just rent it again in the future if I find
myself with the urge to play through again.
in fact, I
recently watched the latest Indiana Jones movie, and was thinking the whole
time that Uncharted really did everything better. better acting, better
story, better script, better action, all the way around Uncharted was a
I read a quote on one of the gaming sites with the same sentiment,
stating that Uncharted was a better Indiana Jones movie than the
latest Indiana Jones movie. That is very true. The latest Indiana
Jones movie, while entertaining as a generic action adventure movie,
was horrible as an Indiana Jones movie.
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