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Sep 30th 2009 5:50PM Simple. Lower the monthly service bill by 30 %, thereby covering the amount of dropped calls ratio
Sep 17th 2009 3:06PM I still think 199 for a wii is over priced. The system should have been lowered to 149.99 last year...
Sep 10th 2009 12:43PM He hasn't played gears of war 2 either. They freaken shipped that game broken and made millions. And they still haven't fixed everything yet.
Sep 4th 2009 3:53PM The average gamer is about 25-28 years old and male. I just know the Beatles by name. I don't know any of their songs. And i don't consider this a great addition to the rock band universe. This guy is an idiot lol. But just an fyi, i would be more worried about guitar hero's looming market saturation than anything else. In fact. I'd place my bets on the saturation showing itself the next fiscal quarter.
Sep 3rd 2009 4:25PM whoopn... The guy you are referring to who used his iphone to direct air traffic using his gps. You forgot to mention the delay on the network which makes it very dangerous to use in situations like that. For safety purposes its not recommend. Also, the guy was an "actor" Air traffic controllers have been told, if you use your phone to direct traffic you will be fired.
Aug 29th 2009 3:26AM He's one of those people thats lol
Aug 28th 2009 7:53PM I believe sony still loses some money on the playstation slim. As for which one is the better deal. Its fairly obvious the ps3 is. Its more about the attach rates. Lets see how many new buyers will buy the machine with games.
Aug 28th 2009 2:17PM Probably the easiest solution would be for airlines to charge you to store these items for you. Using special sealed fireproof containers. All insured of course...
Aug 26th 2009 4:19PM SE has offered us utter shit this console generation. Without mentioning handhelds, what they've offered us simply hasn't cut it. And I think Wada knows this, hence the purchase of Eidos to help balance them out a bit. He expects ff 13 to bring up sales. Which it will likely do. Especially in japan. The question is. Will SE continue to make people wait so long they've lost interest in whatever the company has to offer ( like myself) or will they suddenly be able to offer us something interesting every year
Aug 7th 2009 6:05PM boring lol
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