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  1. From There's a lot of talk in respect of Nintendo's launch, and I must say, aside from certain launch titles being pushed back (Metroid Prime 3: Corruption being one of those titles), the launch of Wii looks that much more impressive than I admitedly thought it would be. Not only are we now receiving a good 75 to 100 dollars worth of extra stuff, but we're getting classic titles from the past via virtual console for cheaper than most trade and swap game stores. It also comes with a lot of capabilities. I'm very impressed with the way this system is shaping up, and as much as
  2. Well now don't I feel silly? I really need to stick to posting on the electronic's section.
  3. I agree with two of the two. So you agree that I was right in the first part of the post and then agree that I am both inaccurate with what I say and that I'm ignorant? Interesting. Anyways, most of what I understand about this kind of stuff stems to calculator programming that I picked up from Matt. I don't claim to know what I'm talking about at all, I just figured in premise (that's if the parameters for what I would've done exist in programming), it wouldn't be as hard as it seemed.
  4. I don't think it's a question of how it's done, but more of why anyone would sacrifice their time to do so. Though, I'm sure it's really simple, I just lack the patience and overall motivation to do something so clever. (or I have no clue what I'm talking about and I sound really ignorant - one of the two).
  5. I should definately look into that, then. I have original copies of Pac Man, Dig Dug, Asteroids, among others.
  6. Don't let friends softmod your Xbox. That's always going to be a mistake, chances are they watched someone who knew what they were doing help them or simply read a tutorial online. I'm not too into modding, but you may want to invest in a stick, as suggested, to beat your friend. There's not much left to do unless you go to one of the game stores and ask for help.
  7. I own both. My input - don't listen to the people demanding that you 'wait for the PS3'. I've owned consoles from every major company including an original Atari (which is now sitting in my basement without a compatible place to actually play it - they don't make TV's with the kind of input-output required). Bugs are inevitable, and the only system I never featured any bugs on were the launch Nintendo systems I have. I won't pimp the Nintendo, and that's because there's not enough games and compatible accessories to make it a viable choice for anyone wanting to purchase it (the price and cor