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1761  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Bitch Must Die candidate on: December 13, 2005, 07:51:49 PM
Quote from: "farley2k"
Quote from: "warning"
Quote from: "farley2k"
I have a hard time with the idea expressed by some of you that tourturing the mentally ill is a good thing.  What the hell, to you kick the shit out of the crazy guy on the subway too?

Only if he's injecting that shit into his kid.



So your response, in all seriousness, to torture is torture?  More over your response to the actions of the mentally ill is to torture them.

I see this kid around town here who has to wear a helmet and he will sometimes start smacking his head at things, maybe you would like to come beat the shit out of him.  I am sure it will help.


As a civilized society that embraces the ideals of compassion and forgiveness through rehabilitation, of course we can’t torture convicted criminals (mentally ill or not).  But if you’re going to argue the idea of acceptable torture, wouldn’t incarceration for life and long isolation periods be considered a form of torture, both mental and physical?  A human having to spend the remainder of their lives in a small cell, potentially abused or raped during this time, seems to qualify as torture to me.  Incarceration seems to be the most civilized form of acceptable torture outside of the death penalty that we’re willing to accept as a society for the punishment of crimes.

At what point do we draw the line between being compassionate and forgiving human beings and not becoming an apologist for the actions of others, mentally ill or not?  It’s easy to make broad and sweeping statements like all forms of torture are bad and evil, but then how do we punish people that violate our laws?  And do the mentally ill get an exception card that grants them sort of a free pass to accountability that “normal people” don’t get?  And when do we stop trying to rehabilitate or help someone?
1762  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / 360 rumor: Seems Target are getting shipments in today 12/13 on: December 13, 2005, 06:33:45 PM
The Target near me in Fairfax, Va got 6 in yesterday, and sold all 6 yesterday.  I went in this morning to check.  

They said they weren't scheduled for any further shipments until Jan.
1763  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Gamestop Xbox 360 bundles in stock on: December 13, 2005, 03:24:29 AM
I wouldn't be surprised if gamestop execs were using the xbox 360 eBay sales history to price point their current bundle.  I don't endorse it, but I can see why they would only sell bundles at $1000.  If reselling-consumers are smart enough to push the edge of the margin envelope on eBay, why shouldn't retailers get in on some of the margin gouging action while people are still willing to pay 80-100% over retail?    

I hate it, but it's the world we live in now thanks to easily accessible consumer reselling portals.  I wouldn't care too much if eBay profiteers drove their own prices with no impact on the retail market, but I don't think that's the case anymore.  

Retail market price point set > new eBay reseller price point set > eBay consumer pays reseller price point > retail market adjusts to realtime market demand price point

I hope that’s not what’s happening in this case, but it sure looks like it.  At least BB’s open letter to customers posted on their site states they will not force bundle price points on customers going forward.
1764  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Bitch Must Die candidate on: December 12, 2005, 11:13:40 PM
Ideally, she should be locked away in isolation with no toilet or sink, so she can live in her own waste until she dies of infection or disease.  The prison staff can slide a tray of wheat bread, wheat cereal, lettuce, and water under the door each day.
1765  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Are long load times killing the PSP? on: December 12, 2005, 07:58:18 PM
Having the option to install games on the memory card is a great idea.  If the UMD had to be present in the drive to verify ownership, I don’t see what the obstacles would be.  It might end up driving more sales to the memory cards and newer mini-hard drive attachments too.  I’d gladly upgrade to a better memory card for faster load times.
1766  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Xbox 360 recall?? on: December 12, 2005, 07:51:20 PM
Only 38,800 Yen, that's a steal!
1767  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Are long load times killing the PSP? on: December 12, 2005, 04:42:25 AM
As far as load times for the newer games, SOCOM:US Navy Seals has been great.  The maps are pretty large for a portable, and there are no load times switching out weapons, issuing orders, going into rooms, and getting updates from HQ.  I picked up NBA Live '06, and it is plagued with some of the stuttering UMD problems (not to mention having to turn off the absurdly frequent replays which also contributed to breaking up the flow of the game).

For some reason the load times in Xmen legends didn't bother me too much.  Having to wait for menus to pull up did get tiresome though.  The development team for SOCOM managed to handle things like bringing up in-game weapons menus, issuing orders, and no load times for large zones, so I don't see why it couldn't be done for other games.  That's dissapointing to hear about the load times for the Sims.  

How are the load times for GTA?
1768  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / XBOX 360 released in Japan today on: December 11, 2005, 10:44:10 PM
Ship that surplus product over here!  I think they use NTSC format, so you'd just have to change the language on the dashboard?
1769  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Costco has a ton of Xbox 360's in now on: December 10, 2005, 10:15:29 PM
None of the Costco's in northern VA had 360s by noon on Saturday.  I called around and all of them gave me the same response:

"We don't have any in stock, and we won't be getting anymore until February."  

Grrr!
1770  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Narnia = very cool! on: December 10, 2005, 07:27:21 PM
Agreed, she was great as Gabriel.  

I'm not a fan of allegories, but I can easily watch movies just for the entertainment value, regardless of any subtle or overt messages.  I'm looking forward to seeing it tonight.

Edited: Just came back from seeing it with my wife.  Excellent movie.  And Tilda Swinton steals the show, I mean wow, she was perfect as the Ice Witch.  Her costumes were amazing, especially her battle costume (and that's coming from a guy who could care less about freaking movie costumes).  The make-up they did for her was incredible too.  And I completely concur, dual wielding rules.  Again, Tilda Swinton steals the show during the battle scenes too, as her elegance in combat was very well captured and choreographed.  The allegory references were somewhat subtle, or not even noticeable to people not prepared to look for them (like my wife).  There were a few hokey CG effects, but for the most part they were very well done.

Oh, and centaur rule!  Especially centaur that dual wield.
1771  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / XBOX 360 released in Japan today on: December 10, 2005, 04:34:06 PM
They still seem to have a strong sense of nationalism when they consider purchasing products.  Even if the 360 launched with games featuring big headed, little bodied, effeminate teen characters that looked like 8 year old boys and girls, MS would still have to overcome the huge hurdle of not having a Sony or Nintendo label on their machine.
1772  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Is it too early to give up on the 360 for Christmas? on: December 10, 2005, 12:35:54 AM
I went 0 for 3 today on the AMEX promotional.  It appears they were only selling 200 total for all 3 slots, not 200 each time slot.

It looks like the best option before the 25th is to camp BB early next Sun morning.  I was one of the idiots that waited in a 200-300 person line at BB on Black Friday.  If the store allocations are correct, my local BB will have 56 units.  Based on the # of people that were waiting in line with me on Black Friday, I'd have to start camping Sat night.  I'm not doing that.  

I'm going to wait until I can actually walk into a store during normal business hours and pick one up...I'm guessing that will be sometime in Feb or March.  I'm trying my best not to be overly critical of MS so early in this launch, but man, it really seems like they screwed up on this one.  There are a ton of people out there that would've purchased 360s in Nov and Dec if the supply was there.  

The only people winning in the 360 launch at this point are MS (for selling out so quick and having the hot holiday item), the eBay profiteers, the lucky folks that catch/caught an internet retailer with stock, the launch day crowd that camped out, and the Mountain Dew winners.  I forgot about Madonna, Paris and half of the Hollywood A&B list, add them too.
1773  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Is it too early to give up on the 360 for Christmas? on: December 09, 2005, 05:04:27 PM
I clicked "I want" as soon as their site clock hit 12:00, waited as the message "contacting server" flashed for about 20 seconds, and ended up with the "You missed it" message.  

Next time I'm clicking early.  So at 12:00 and 20 seconds they had already sold out for the first time slot!
1774  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Is it too early to give up on the 360 for Christmas? on: December 08, 2005, 10:44:04 PM
I have an AMEX, but it's my corp card. I can't imagine my company would be too keen on me charging an Xbox 360 on it.  Then again, I'm the one who has to pay the bill each month, not my company.  It looks like it's either the premium system or a core with the hard drive according to the item description.  You can't beat either for $150.
1775  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Is it too early to give up on the 360 for Christmas? on: December 08, 2005, 08:54:52 PM
There's a link on bestbuy.com titled "Open Letter to Customers".  I've pasted the text below.  Interesting.  

TO: Open Letter to Customers
FROM: Brian Dunn, President - Retail, North America
RE: Launch of Xbox 360
CC:  Best Buy Store, District and Territory Employees
DATE: December 6, 2005


I'm writing to apologize.

While all of us at Best Buy were thrilled to be part of the recent launch of Microsoft's Xbox 360 video game system — one of the most anticipated events in the history of electronic gaming — the launch did not go as we had hoped. We sold out of Xbox 360s nationwide in less than two hours, and most of our stores did an outstanding job of serving our gaming customers. I'd like to thank the majority of our employees, who provided a terrific experience for customers at the launch date. However, our promotional activities in certain cases failed to follow company guidelines. As a result, some of our valued gaming customers had an experience in our stores that was inconsistent with what you've come to expect from us, as a leader in the consumer electronics industry.

Specifically, customers in some Best Buy stores were told that they were required to buy additional Xbox accessories or services if they wanted one of the sought-after Xbox 360 consoles, even though we advertised the Xbox 360 console alone. I want to be very clear that Best Buy does not condone pressuring customers to purchase items they may not want or that may not fit their lifestyle. In fact, these behaviors are in direct conflict with our desire to serve customers' needs better than anyone else, and our values of honesty and integrity.

We are currently investigating all leads about promotional practices that may have violated the company's guidelines, and we will take disciplinary actions as appropriate. We have also reminded all of our stores about our policies with respect to launches of hot products. Meanwhile, on behalf of Best Buy, I'd like to offer a sincere apology to any customers who felt pressured to buy items they did not want.

Customers who are unhappy with Xbox 360-related purchases made in November 2005 may return unwanted items for a full refund at any Best Buy store. In addition, if your Xbox 360 purchasing experience did not meet your expectations for any reason, please e-mail us at [email protected]. (Employees with information pertinent to our investigation are encouraged to call our Ethics Hot Line instead.)

Lastly, I would like to invite you back to our stores, particularly later this month, when Best Buy will receive more shipments of Xbox 360s. While supplies continue to be very limited, we are truly excited about this new gaming platform, and we'd like to deliver the best of that experience to you. We promise an in-store experience that is focused on your needs and the needs of everyone on your holiday gift list.

Brian Dunn
1776  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / *gasp* I'm thinking about a 360 over Call of Duty 2... on: December 06, 2005, 10:20:12 PM
The british campaign has been great.  I loved the sense of desperation during the night mission where you get to be an arty forward observer calling fire missions on panzers.  The tank missions have been fun too.  I never thought kicking the crap out of rommel's afrika corps would feel this good.  Great game.
1777  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / What's the deal with Uwe Boll? on: December 06, 2005, 12:13:19 AM
I read somewhere recently where he was referred to as "the slumlord of cinema."
1778  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / *gasp* I'm thinking about a 360 over Call of Duty 2... on: December 05, 2005, 06:14:55 PM
Just curious, are you playing sequentially through each nation’s campaign, or skipping to the other campaigns as they unlock?  I’ve kept going with the Russian campaign, but I can see how keeping the timeline relatively close between campaigns would create a better sense of the overall history of the war.  I believe I’m up to 1943 in the Russian Battle for Stalingrad, and have the 1st British campaign unlocked.  

I’ll have to go back and double check, but I could’ve sworn the temperature Visili recorded in his journal for the train depot mission was something like -44C!  That’s what…-12F??  Holy crap…and they didn’t have goretex back then, only those crappy wool overcoats and cloth mittens.  I guess that’s what the vodka is for.

Edited: because I failed the math for dummies C to F conversion
1779  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / *gasp* I'm thinking about a 360 over Call of Duty 2... on: December 05, 2005, 04:19:01 PM
My rig definitely slows down for a second or two the moment I step into a smoke cloud.  When grenades explode and kick-up debris, that also hurts my framerate for a second.  It’s not a showstopper for me, but it’s noticeable.  The game had an optimal setting of 800x600 for my rig, but there’s no way in hell I’m doing that!  Ack.

CoD2 was going to be an Xbox 360 purchase for me, but since I missed the boat on a launch 360, I decided to pick-up the pc version.
1780  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / *gasp* I'm thinking about a 360 over Call of Duty 2... on: December 04, 2005, 11:42:15 PM
I have everything cranked to max on the pc version at LCD 1280x1024 with 4x AA and shadows, and only notice slowdown during some of the smoke and grenade effects.  I'm running it on a p3.2, 2gb ram, geforce 6800gt.  The game looks and plays great.  I've only seen the 360 version demo at the mall, and it looked the same.  I would imagine if you don't have a HDTV that can support 720p or 1080i, you wouldn't be taking full advantage of the 360's horsepower for CoD2.

I haven't had the chance to try a FPS using the 360 controller, so I can't comment on the comparison between mouse+keyboard vs 360 controller.
1781  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / [360] 'second shipment' = Absolutely Nothing on: December 02, 2005, 03:29:42 AM
At this point it's becoming harder for me to accept that there isn't more to this shortage than just the global launch spreading supply too thin.  There are a lot of talented people working for MS, and it's too hard for me to believe that they missed the boat on the demand projections from launch to 1/06.  Something must've happened on the manufacturing or supply chain side to impact the launches like this.
1782  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / My Christmas Prediction on: November 30, 2005, 01:31:31 AM
What constitutes a successful console launch?  I'm not trying to be smart ass in asking, but what criteria has to be met in order for a console launch to be considered a success (or a failure)?

Based on their own criteria, whatever it may be, do you think MS would consider the launch of the xbox 360 a success?  Who knows, maybe based on their own internal metrics and targets they've knocked the ball out of the park.
1783  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / My Christmas Prediction on: November 29, 2005, 09:44:45 PM
It’s fair to categorize the 360 launch a mess, unless MS planned the following as part of their successful marketing-sales-distribution campaign:
-  Ship less than 50% of the initial proposed launch day units
-  Fill a very small % of the initial preorders
-  Include a power supply with some units that has the potential to overheat and lock-up the system
-  Completely miss the sales opportunity of Thanksgiving week and the Black Friday weekend, despite the launch occurring earlier that week
-  Have such a shortage of hardware units that the software developers they pushed to have their titles ready by launch, aren’t seeing their titles move off the shelves.
-  Based on local news reports, drive a PR campaign that results in the average joe and jane consumer thinking the Xbox 360 is a defective product that major retailers don’t even have in their inventory anymore.
-  And the big kicker if this one comes true: no major unit shipments until after the holiday.

I can’t see how anyone could categorize the 360 launch as even a semi-success.  A small % of those that wanted 360s have them now, but out of that sample, how many have had problems with them?  Is it less than 10%, more than 20%?  And when will the next major shipments occur?  Or is MS scrambling right now to try and find a better, cost acceptable power supply? From a business case perspective, I’m interested in hearing the truth about what happened.  There had to have been a circus of missteps along the way leading up to launch.  Giant corporations with brilliant people at the top are not immune from poor leadership decisions.          

Have they've actually given away more units than they've sold at this point?
1784  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / [TV]What happened to Fear Factor? on: November 28, 2005, 08:38:14 PM
I think you can only watch so many people eat pig ass and bloody bull sack before the shock value starts to wear off and the show becomes much less interesting.  Hence, the timely arrival of cleavage, slow-mo boob motion, and the dreaded talent pool of "reality show actors."  Yuck.

On the other hand, CSI continues to do the impossible and make their show more shockingly disgusting with each episode.
1785  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Sid Meier's Pirates! Question. Help Please on: November 28, 2005, 06:10:08 PM
There are a bunch of different nautical terms for the relation of your ship to the wind, but in non-nautical geek terms:  the best approach is to try and cut diagonally into the wind, and as Doomboy mentioned, cut back diagonally as you sort of crisscross your way towards your desired point (tacking).  It's painful and slow for many of the ships in the game, but it's a lot better than just sailing straight into the wind. I didn't have the patience to tack in Pirates, so I normally just found something to do wherever the wind took me.

As illogical as this sounds, some ships actually travel faster with the wind at an angle behind their masts, rather than directly behind the ships angle of travel.  That's as nerdy as I'm going to get Tongue
1786  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / So this is where all the 360's went..... on: November 28, 2005, 04:49:56 PM
The functionality of Ebay has encouraged, right or wrong, consumers to become 2nd point distributors or resellers.  On paper this doesn’t sound too egregious, but you can’t underestimate the effect that consumers acting as distributors or large resellers can have on the market for that particular product.  

For example, MS sees that the 360 is consistently being “won” on Ebay auctions for at least $800.  What’s stopping MS from thinking their price point is too low, and that someone who had nothing to do with their product is pocketing a non-taxable net profit of $300-400 per unit?  Retailers have to enter into agreements with MS in order to sell the 360.  There are obviously restrictions, to include price point, that retailers must follow in order to ensure continued supply support from giants like MS.  

This guy is trying to off load more 360 units than most approved local retailers like gamestop and EB received last week for launch.  In effect, he’s acting as a distributor of 360s outside any agreements that MS had with their retailers.

I’m not going to touch the morality and ethics of what he’s doing, since that’s wildly subjective and debatable.  I am disappointed by the Ebay effect, but that’s based on my own opinions of business ethics and morality.  I’m more concerned with the future impact of consumers becoming 2nd point retailers through portals like Ebay.
1787  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / The MSDUNCAN trying to get a 360 status update on: November 27, 2005, 06:16:53 PM
I've resigned myself to trying to look at the shortage as a positive thing.  Hopefully MS will fix whatever bugs and hardware issues that are contributing to the reported lock-ups before I get a 360 (better power supply?).  My original Xbox was a launch week Xbox with the thompson dive, so I'd really like to avoid getting another potential first run lemon.  

The problem with a launch like the 360s is that the mainstream public joe and jane only hear about the long lines, shortage of supply, and faulty systems reported by most local news stations.  If MS is sincere about trying to endear the mainstream public to the 360, they haven't stepped off on the right foot.    And the social experiment of Ebay continues to erode my belief that most people are decent.  I'm all about capitalism and entrepreneurship, but they need to rename Ebay to screwotherpeople.com.
1788  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / The 360 crashes! It must suck! on: November 24, 2005, 04:20:21 AM
^^^If he knew how quickly guinea pigs can drop a mound of poop pellets, he wouldn't put that thing anywhere near his mouth.  Those things are deadly when they get their pooper going.

In memory of my sister's long departed guinea pig, my thoughts can best be expressed by paraphrasing the great Winston Churchill, "Never was so much poop dropped in so many places by one animal."
1789  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / The 360 crashes! It must suck! on: November 23, 2005, 04:58:18 PM
Great shot, thanks.  They must've done a good job dampening the fan noise.  Most of the reviews I've read all mention that it's a quiet machine.
1790  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / The 360 crashes! It must suck! on: November 23, 2005, 04:06:55 PM
My Xbox 1 has locked up a ton over the course of its long life.  A lot of the lock-ups I think could be attributed to it being an initial launch Xbox with the POS thompson drive.  I also had it stuffed in the back of my tv cabinet which probably didn't help with keeping it cool.  

I haven't seen the inside of the 360 architecture, is there an airflow cooling system inside with fans?  Or is it just heatsinks over the processors?
1791  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Worst Launch Ever on: November 23, 2005, 12:21:07 AM
I can understand controlling supply to stir up a demand frenzy, especially during the holidays, but it seems more than that.  Most of the retailers and game stores I've visited in northern virginia have shelves of 360 games already in stock.  Sure, some people without the actual console will buy some of those games in anticipation of purchasing the 360, like I did with Kameo.  But I'm thinking a lot of those games aren't going to move out of the stores unless there's a growing base of new 360 owners out there to play them.  If the future shipping schedule is as fubar'd as the retailers here are saying, it has to be something more than just controlling or limiting supply.  If your revenue generating product is already in stores (games), I can't believe they wouldn't want to get as many console units out to the consumer base as fast as possible.  More consoles bought will most likely = more games sold = more development interest and more revenue.  I know that's grossly simplified and generalized, but I'm starting think now that something really broke down in the production chain leading up to launch.  

I've been told that my Sep preorder puts me most likely in the 4th or 5th store shipment for my local gamestop, or sometime in late 1stQtr '06.  That's crazy.  From now until "late first quarter" I could've been buying new 360 games.  Now me and however many other gamers who would've bought games will be doing other things with their $.  I can't believe that's a designed sales strategy...at least not a successful one.
1792  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / HDTV on: November 21, 2005, 12:24:17 AM
For a tv that supports 480p and 1080i, but not 720p, will the xbox 360 upconvert to 1080i automatically?  Or is that something I'd have to do in the dashboard of the 360 or on the tv?

On my current xbox I have both 480p and 1080i set to "yes", but I have no idea if any of my xbox games have ever upconverted to 1080i.
1793  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / X-3 Gold on: November 14, 2005, 09:14:53 PM
I just picked it up today.  I was a little disappointed that the only copy EB had was the cd-rom version (or is that the only version released in the US?).  I’m going to try and see if I can build up my own Firefly-esque ship and specialize in the delivery and acquisition of “highly marketable goods”.  I haven’t played a free form space exploration/trading game since Elite, and I loved Elite.  I was even one of the nerds that took a photo of my elite status to mail in lol.
1794  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / New Psp games impressions? on: November 09, 2005, 10:13:35 PM
Xmen 2 is great on the psp, very good game.  I can’t believe they managed to cram all of Xmen 2 (I have the xbox version too) into the psp, and still have it look and play great.
1795  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / [xbox 360] Finally got to play with one today! on: November 08, 2005, 08:22:30 PM
I’m looking forward to trying out the 360 controller.  I’ve always hated the xbox controller.  The engineer who decided to go with 2 shoulder buttons supplemented with 2 very tiny white and black buttons was definitely not a gamer.
1796  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / The Movies - Fan Trailer by Yours Truly on: October 24, 2005, 03:58:37 PM
Wow, they should pay you for that!  What a great trailer for the game.
1797  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Why is there no Lost thread? on: October 21, 2005, 08:51:09 PM
Quote from: "wonderpug"
They're dating, apparently.



I'm all for skinny, short, witty, funny guys getting hot babes, but come on!!! Something just isn't right here.  

Oh nm, I figured it out.  Either it's the accent, or he has a gigantic...
1798  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Why is there no Lost thread? on: October 20, 2005, 09:42:17 PM
I was a little surprised to see Kate get weepy about Sawyer.  I guess the bad chick has to be attracted to the dark, anti-hero guy.  The way it's going now, it looks like Kate is going to have to square off against Michelle Rodriguez for Sawyer.  I'm guessing a fight in the surf sporting tank tops?  

The big guy running around with Jin was cool.  He's like a rogue, hunter, and warrior all rolled into one dude.  

Didn't the teddy bear belong to the french lady's son?  If the others are badass killers, why do they have to prowl around everywhere like jungle-ninjas?  Couldn't they just stomp around all over the island wherever they pleased, wreaking havoc?
1799  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Oblivion Hands On on: October 17, 2005, 12:31:43 AM
Quote from: "Sparhawk"
There was a guy in my city who killed someone over a lawnmower. So yes, it is very real. People do that stuff to eachother all the time.


Was it at least a riding lawn mower?  I can't imagine feeling the need to take someone out for a push mower.  Those mowers you stand on look sweet, maybe it was one of those.
1800  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Dawn of War Skirmish Mode on: October 15, 2005, 11:48:25 AM
Slow isn't too bad, very slow does take away from the action imo.
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