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  1. The game is due out in early 2008 and it will only be on the PS3 click here for the a new trailer of the game. I got the say if look like a really good game, pluse the fight between Vamp and Raiden was pretty cool.
  2. It's really pretty simple. Neither one of those games will be worth me shelling out $600 for a blueray player that also plays games. Lair, to me, is going to be hit or miss. Not everyone is into dragons. You're not going to get a bunch of casual gamers on that one. Same can be said with Warhawk. While both games may appeal to a good number of gamers out there, they wouldn't cause a member of the general public to go out there and spend $600 for a system, $60 for the game, and possibly $50 for another controller. Now if Sony had been able to secure something like GTA, a game that has already developed a huge fan base and is known pretty much around the world, then I could see someone plopping down that kind of cash specificly for the chance to play that game. System selling games are usually first party exclusive games that have become well known over the course of gaming history. Mario does it for Nintendo (along with Metroid, Zelda, and Smash Bros), Halo does it for Microsoft, but Sony has never really found a go to system seller. They might have something in God of War, but I'm sure that's at least a year or so away on the PS3. Gran Tourismo has gotten lamer with every sequel. GT4 was one of the worst. It was basically GT3.5. And unless their next entry is leaps and bounds better, it won't sell many PS3s either. Rachet & Clank are cute, and the gaming is brilliant, but they don't have the drawing power to sell systems either. Now, if MGS4 turns out to be a Sony exclusive (although there are several internet rumors to the opposite), then that might start selling systems. BUT, that is so far off, Sony might actually be far out of the race by then, and other companies might rethink their Sony exclusives (it's already happening), and start releasing the same titles on the 360 at the same time. It's really only good business for 3rd party companies to sell exclusively through a system if that system is doing well in sales. If, hypothetically, Sony was in 3rd place close to the time that MGS4 was preparing to release, Konami would have made a huge marketing mistake. But, if they saw a trend developing early enough to work their way out of any exclusiveness they may have granted Sony, then that would be another potential system seller gone. Games that sell systems are few and far between. Games that sell $600 systems are nearly non-existant. I've yet to see one. And don't see any for '07. And that can be said for the 360 also. But their overall gaming experience, and XBL were the selling points for me. Why buy a game on the PS3 when you can buy the same thing on 360, and have the fun of working toward achievements and superior online support (try asking a NFS Carbon player on PS3 what I'm talking about). But, this isn't about which system is better, it's about system selling games. And right now, to me, only the Wii has 'em. And that's only because $250 is much easier for me to swallow than $400-$600. Are you say that Warkhawk isn't a system seller to the PS3. The new Warhawk will have 40 players online and download stuff to the Playstation Store. You sound like an Xbox fanboy and alway will be.
  3. I got only three of these at Walmart to bulid an army up.
  4. Hey we got other good games that are coming out before MGS4. Devil May Cry 4 Ninja Gaiden Sigma Lair Warhawk Saints Row Madden 08 Spider-Man Collector Edition and don't forget the biggest one yet, GTA VI. None of which are a good reason to spend $600 on a PS3 considering all of those are going to be on 360 except Lair or Warhawk, neither of which are system sellers. But nice try. You are should a Xbox fanboy. How dare you say Lair or Warhawk are not system seller. Many people are going to played Warhawk to death because of the online, and Lair was made by the team who did Star Wars Rogue Sqadron games. Factor 5 is now with Sony so I hop they team with Lucasarts to make a Rogue Sqadron game for the PS3.
  5. Hey we got other good games that are coming out before MGS4. Devil May Cry 4 Ninja Gaiden Sigma Lair Warhawk Saints Row Madden 08 Spider-Man Collector Edition and don't forget the biggest one yet, GTA VI.
  6. Here Well look like the Star Wars games that is coming out for the PS3 and Xbox 360 is been delyed until 2008. Damm that mean the figures won't be out until next year, I was looking foward to that game btw. Oh well there is other PS3 and Xbox 360 out there in the fall.
  7. My first G.I Joe were Snake Eye, Duke, and Cobra Trooper.
  8. The Ravens have decided to cut running back Jamal Lewis, the team announced today. The release comes after the two sides tried to restructure Lewis' contract. Lewis was scheduled to receive a $5 million roster bonus March 3. Lewis is the franchise's all-time leading rusher with 7,801 yards. He was the No. 1 draft pick (fifth overall) in 2000. Lewis was the 2003 NFL Offensive Player of the Year, when he rushed for 2,066 yards, the second most in NFL history. He rushed for 1,132 yards in 2006. Ravens GM and executive vice president Ozzie Newsome said: "We are involved in negotiations with Jamal Lewis, and there has been good dialogue. Jamal has been a significant contributor to us in the last seven seasons. It's our hope to have him back with the Ravens."
  9. This line is far from dead. They coming out with more sigma style figures then ever. Sigma Six killed the 3/4 inch line but it making a comeback think to the RAH line this year. Sigma Six still suck and I don't care.
  10. I told you that Sigma Six would failed. With no cartoon the line is dead. It time for the 3/4 inch figures to comeback now.
  11. As a hugh Star Wars collector and and gamer, I can't wait for the figures and the game to comeout.
  12. Hey I'm from B-More and around here, nobody isn't going to root for the Colts so like me, I'm rooting for the Bears.
  13. Man these figures look cool, much better then Sigma Six figure and they are 3/4 inch version of the Marvel Legend figures. I'm going to get all of these figures then they comeout.
  14. Now you just push my button to all of you expletive deleted who want to make fun of me. You people are a bunch of dumb expletive deleted expletive deleted on here. I have been on this fourm since 2003 and this is that I expletive deleted get for post here. It like a big expletive deleted to me from all you. So don't get me started on here ok. BTW Sigma Six still suck.
  15. Be glad that people are sticking to bashing the PS3 and not your grammar @bH@ Don't make me get midevil on here because I don't like then people make fun of me so don't push it ok.
  16. Three Storm, I'm dissapointed in you on post these picture on the PS3. You suck and you have long my respect for that one. Say what you wanted about the PS3 it will be good as you think it will, and a another thing do I post say that both Xbox 360 and Wii suck.
  17. My Playstation Network ID: Hunterlord
  18. This what I'm talking about, all of the bashing that the PS3 is getting is no love, no respect. Sony will bounce back with some good games you see. At $600, it'll hit the bottom and not bounce back. Don't forget that no console priced that high has ever survived the market, and Sony's sales aren't looking like it will defy that. Sony needs to lower the price by a serious amount to get sales up. If Sony doesn't lower the price soon, it will start losing exclusives and even multi-console releases. Of course Sony being typical Sony, will let the PS3's rot on store shelves until E3 so they can make a big presentation out of lowering the price; assuming they do. CEO Kaz Hirai seems perfectly content with leaving the prices up and wasting time and money telling people to work harder because the high price is worth it, which is a bit arrogant. I didn't like those picture and I wish you all to stop bashing the PS3. It not funny.
  19. This what I'm talking about, all of the bashing that the PS3 is getting is no love, no respect. Sony will bounce back with some good games you see.
  20. All the time I come on here and it nothing but bashing on the PS3. I don't see people bashing the Xbox 360 or the Wii on the other fourm but there have been alot of it on the PS3 forum. Sure most people aren't happy with the price of the PS3, aleast can we post something good about the PS3 for one thing and not all of this anti or I hate PS3 stuff.
  21. After 15 years and one Super Bowl Bill Cowher have resign as Steelers head coach. Even know I am a Ravens fan Cowwher is one of the best head coach ever in this day of football. He brought that winning season back to Pittsburgh after a tough started in the 1980's. Man I'm going to miss the chin and who will be the next head coach of the Steelers?
  22. I got mine PS3 over at EB Games by preorder. I didn't wait in line for one I got it, and I was on my way home to played it. There is no way I will not sale mine on Ebay, I enjoy my PS3 and I also own an Xbox 360 too but I have to save up my money every paid for a PS3 and it was well worth it.
  23. Here Look like Fox will can it favorite show after four season. Man it really suck that Fox still have 24, Priosn Break, and House.
  24. This show is getting worst every year, selous they need a real video game award show for gamers by people are into video game, not this MTV like award show. I was shocked that Gears of War didn't win best game of the year, so here are the result from the crappy award show that I won't be watching on Spike TV GAME OF THE YEAR The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Bethesda) Okami (Capcom/Clover Studio) Gears of War (Microsoft/Epic Games) Guitar Hero 2 (Red Octane/Harmonix) Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter (Ubisoft) CRITIC'S CHOICE (game to be released after 11/15/2006 but before 12/31/2006) The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (Nintendo/Nintendo EAD) Resistance: Fall of Man (Sony Computer Entertainment America/Insomniac Games) Medieval II: Total War (Sega/Creative Assembly) Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas (Ubisoft Montreal) Wii Sports (Nintendo) BEST DRIVING GAME Burnout Revenge, Xbox 360 (Electronic Arts/Criterion Games) Need For Speed Carbon (Electronic Arts/EA Black Box) TOCA Race Driver 3 (Codemasters) GTR 2 (10tacle Studios/SimBin Development Team) BEST INDIVIDUAL SPORTS GAME Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis (Rockstar Games/Rockstar San Diego) EA Sports Fight Night Round 3 (Electronic Arts/ EA Chicago) Tony Hawk's Project 8 (Activision/Neversoft ) Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 (Electronic Arts/EA Redwood Shores) Top Spin 2 (2K Sports/Power and Magic) BEST ACTION GAME Dead Rising (Capcom) New Super Mario Bros (Nintendo/Nintendo EAD) Okami (Capcom/Clover Studio) Saints Row (THQ/Volition) Bully (Rockstar Games/Rockstar Vancouver) BEST TEAM SPORTS GAME NBA2K7 (2K Sports/Visual Concepts) Madden NFL 07 (Electronic Arts/Tiburon) NCAA Football 07 (Electronic Arts/Tiburon) FIFA 07 (Electronic Arts/EA Canada) NHL 07 (Electronic Arts/EA Canada) CYBER VIXEN OF THE YEAR Lara Croft - Tomb Raider: Legend (Eidos Interactive/Crystal Dynamics) Alyx Vance - Half-Life 2: Episode 1 (Valve) Princess Peach - New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo/Nintendo EAD) Enrica - Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent (Ubisoft Montreal) Jen - Prey (2K Games/ Human Head Studios/3D Realms) BEST SONG "LocoRoco No Uta" by Nobuyuki Shimizu and Kemmei Adachi, LocoRoco (Sony Computer Entertainment America/SCE Studios Japan) "Heavenly Star" by Genki Rockets, Lumines II (Buena Vista Games/Q Entertainment) "Helicopter" by Bloc Party, Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure (Atari/The Collective) "Summer Shudder" by AFI in Madden NFL 07 (Electronic Arts/Tiburon) "Lights and Sounds" by YellowCard, Burnout Revenge-XBOX 360 (Electronic Arts/Criterion Games) BEST SOUNDTRACK Guitar Hero 2 (Red Octane/Harmonix) Madden NFL 07 (Electronic Arts/Tiburon) Scarface: The World is Yours (Vivendi/Radical Entertainment) Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (Rockstar Games/Rockstar Leeds / Rockstar North) STUDIO OF THE YEAR Clover Studio (Okami) Relic (Company of Heroes) Cliff Bleszinski /Epic Games (Gears of War) Todd Howard / Bethesda Softworks (The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion) Harmonix (Guitar Hero 2) BEST ORIGINAL SCORE The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Bethesda Softworks) Bully (Rockstar Games/Rockstar Vancouver) Electroplankton (Nintendo) Okami (Capcom/Clover Studio) Final Fantasy XII (Square Enix) BEST FIGHTING GAME Tekken: Dark Resurrection (Namco Bandai) Dead or Alive 4 (Tecmo/Team Ninja) Mortal Kombat Armageddon (Midway Games) Street Fighter Alpha Anthology (Capcom) God Hand (Capcom/Clover Studio) BEST SHOOTER Black (Electronic Arts/Criterion) Prey (2K Games/ Human Head Studios/3D Realms) Half-Life 2: Episode 1 (Valve) Gears of War (Microsoft/Epic Games) Call of Duty 3 (Activision/Treyarch) BEST MILITARY GAME Company of Heroes (THQ/Relic) Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter (Ubisoft) Call of Duty 3 (Activision/Treyarch) The Outfit (THQ/Relic) Battlefield 2142 (Electronic Arts/EA UK/DICE UK) BEST GRAPHICS Gears of War (Microsoft/Epic Games) Okami (Capcom/Clover Studio) Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter (Ubisoft) The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Bethesda Softworks) Company of Heroes (THQ/Relic) BEST HANDHELD GAME New Super Mario (Nintendo/Nintendo EAD) Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day (Nintendo) Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (Rockstar Games/Rockstar Leeds/Rockstar North) Tetris DS (Nintendo) LocoRoco (Sony Computer Entertainment America/SCE Studios Japan) BEST WIRELESS GAME Diner Dash (Glu Mobile) SWAT Force (Vivendi/KAOLink) Tower Bloxx (Digital Chocolate) Super K.O. Boxing (Glu Mobile) BEST MULTI-PLAYER GAME Gears of War (Microsoft/Epic Games) Company of Heroes (THQ/Relic) Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence (Konami/Kojima Productions) Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter (Ubisoft) Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent (Ubisoft Montreal) BREAKTHROUGH TECHNOLOGY Wii (Nintendo) PS3 (Sony Computer Entertainment America) DS Lite (Nintendo) Electroplankton (Nintendo) BEST PC GAME Company of Heroes (THQ/Relic) Half-Life 2: Episode 1 (Valve) Battlefield 2142 (Electronic Arts/Digital Illusions CE) Star Wars: Empire at War (LucasArts/Petroglyph) The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Bethesda) BEST RPG The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Bethesda) Final Fantasy XII (Square Enix) Kingdom Hearts II (Square Enix) Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria (Square Enix/tri-Ace) BEST GAME BASED ON A MOVIE OR TV SHOW Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy (LucasArts/Traveller's Tales) The Godfather (Electronic Arts/EA Redwood Shores) Scarface: The World is Yours (Vivendi/Radical Entertainment) The Sopranos: Road to Respect (THQ/7 Studios) Family Guy (2K Games/High Voltage Software) BEST PERFORMANCE BY A HUMAN (MALE) Seth MacFarlane in Family Guy (2K Games/High Voltage Software) Gerry Rosenthal in Bully (Rockstar Games/Rockstar Vancouver) Patrick Stewart in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Bethesda Softworks) Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Jack Sparrow (Bethesda Softworks/7 Studios/Buena Vista Games) Kiefer Sutherland in 24: The Game (2K Games/SCEE Studios Cambridge) BEST SUPPORTING MALE PERFORMANCE Seth Green in Family Guy (2K Games/High Voltage Software) James Woods in Scarface: The World is Yours (Vivendi/Radical Entertainment) James Caan in The Godfather (Electronic Arts/EA Redwood Shores) Philip Michael Thomas in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (Rockstar Games/Rockstar Leeds/Rockstar North) James Gandolfini in The Sopranos: Road to Respect (THQ/7 Studios) BEST PERFORMANCE BY A HUMAN (FEMALE) Vida Guerra in Scarface: The World is Yours (Vivendi/Radical Entertainment) Tia Carrere in Saints Row (THQ/Volition) Emmanuelle Vaugier in Need For Speed Carbon (Electronic Arts/EA Black Box) Keely Haws in Tomb Raider: Legend (Eidos Interactive/Crystal Dynamics) Rosario Dawson in Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure (Atari/The Collective) BEST SUPPORTING FEMALE PERFORMANCE Rachel Leigh Cook in Kingdom Hearts II (Square Enix) Elisha Cuthbert in 24: The Game (2K Games/SCE Studios Cambridge) Brittany Murphy in Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure (Atari/The Collective) Mila Kunis in Family Guy (2K Games/High Voltage Software) Lynda Carter in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Bethesda) BEST CAST IN A GAME The Godfather (Electronic Arts/EA Redwood Shores) Family Guy (2K Games/High Voltage Software) Scarface: The World is Yours (Vivendi/Radical Entertainment) Saints Row (THQ/Volition) The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Bethesda) MOST ADDICTIVE GAME The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Bethesda) Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day (Nintendo) Gears of War (Microsoft/Epic Games) Guitar Hero 2 (Red Octane/Harmonix) Company of Heroes (THQ/Relic) click here for the result of the winner
  25. All of the figures look great, I like the update of the Ceremony Luke and the Death Star Trooper.
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