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Posted: Feb 24th 2008 6:23AM Dread said

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About time some Dev companies started planning and developing for tomorrow rather than being held back by old hardware. I remember back in the late 80'sa and early 90's where each iteration of the venerable Wing Commander series was eagerly looked forward to and devoured even though you knew you were going to have to shell out for an upgrade to play it.

We need to start moving forward and stop developing shit games purely because they need to cater to the lowest common denominator....or else we all end up kiddy konsole players :(

Posted: Sep 26th 2008 2:47PM (Unverified) said

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i agree that the market place is not pushing people to upgrade anymore sad really. on the other hand the price on these systems needs to come down a little more before most people can pay for one.
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Posted: Nov 2nd 2007 3:56PM Ghen said

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Hmm, I'd rather see "Blue Mars, the new overworld hack n' slash that plays as if Diablo II met up with Total Recall, had a few too many to drink, and spawned a love child"

Posted: Nov 2nd 2007 7:21PM (Unverified) said

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How can it relate to the casual audience when they're targeting it at people with high-end machines? The casual audience don't have high-end machines!

Posted: Nov 3rd 2007 2:05AM (Unverified) said

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That looks awesome. I've always wanted to golf on mars, but my denimite mem-shards won't be shipping for another 70 million years.

Considering that the closed BETA goes up in about a year, Crysis' system requirements might be pretty mid-range by the time it goes gold. And if it's not I'm sure their two dozen users will be happy until it closes.

Posted: Nov 28th 2007 5:30PM (Unverified) said

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Without user-created content, they'll have a retention rate that'll make Second Life's look amazing.

After I've come in and looked around, why come back? To talk to people who're happy in a place that *prevents* their creativity?

This isn't science fiction, it's ancient history. Push content went out with three TV stations. Blue Mars looks to be as dried up, dead and fossilized as the Red one....

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