If gaming ever got in the way of my sleep I would give it up. Need my sleep. We all need are sleep for the body to repair itself daily. Gaming will be there everyday. Also make sure I get up often while gaming just as you should sitting on a computer. Don't get me wrong, I love gaming but one should not let it interfere, sidetrack or hinder other parts of my life.
The answer is now simply. A Mac is a better buy for the money and is hands down the better computer. My Mac has NEVER crashed, doesn't get viruses, comes with loads of software and is faster then any PC on the planet.
And now, you can run all your windows programs on an Intel based Mac. If you're a creative person who enjoys graphics, video editing, photo's, music or any other hobby. You will be in love with your Mac.
Some say Mac's are more expensive but they are not. PC's come loaded with a bunch of ads. Mac's come loaded with a bunch of free software which is really good. PC's break down from viruses and every PC owner I know is pulling their hair out out of frustration. Every Mac owner I know never has those problems, ever.
Get a Mac and you'll wonder what took you so long.
Type your answer here ...Iphone game? I'm not willing to pay for an Iphone and the expensive service. I'll stick to Verizon and my free LG phone. Games should be played on the big screen so I have an Xbox360 and a PS3. Add in Gamefly and I'm a happy camper:)
I always loved the music to the early Tomb Raider games but my favorite music has to be the soundtrack to Bioshock.
Bioshock 2 is almost here and.......
When asked specifically about the soundtrack or mood of the music being retained, the response from 2K Marin was quite positive in that regard.
"The same composer [Garry Schyman] is doing the score, and we’re still figuring out our license and music situation, but it’s going to be all period [1940s] music," developer Hogarth de la Plante said.
"It’s a super important part of the to the BioShock 'soundscape'," developer Zak McClendon quickly added.
Even though BioShock 2 takes place roughly eight years after the original, there’s a reason the music will stay the same -- Rapture is in a bubble ... literally.
"Rapture is a time capsule so even though there’s been a few more years, you’re still hearing the old pretty haunting stuff," developer J.P. LeBreton said. "We’re just looking for a wider variety of it."
I suspect we're finally going to hear more about 3D gaming. That is the future. Some TV makers are already producing technology for it. I heard Sony or Samsung is in the process of manufacturing 3D TV's.
Also think we may hear about a new Halo game coming out. I hope to see more about Bioshock 2.
This one is easy. I've had an Xbox360 for 3 years now. When I bought it the game selecting was the best in the business. On top of that, the games looked amazing on the system. Then, after 11 months I was hit with the 3 rings of death. At first I wasn't really upset but then when I found out the procedure to repair it with Microsoft I became upset. Then I find out that 1000's of other Xbox 360 owners were experiencing the same thing. OK, sent it in for repair. Got back a refurbish unit but it worked. Then8 months later the same thing happen, the 3ROD. I was now steaming because I just got 2 new killer games for Gamefly in the mail but knew I couldn't play them for 5 weeks. So, I told my wife, that is it. I'm buying a PS3 as a backup. So we went down to Best buy and bought the 80g model.
It was the best move I made. PS3 is hands down the better system going forward. Even game selection is and looks better going forward.
Think I'll watch a Blueray movie now:)