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Justin
05-08-2006, 05:20 PM
Check Gamespot.

Jeremy
05-08-2006, 05:43 PM
Yah... I'm wating for it too...

Jeremy
05-08-2006, 05:55 PM
It's on!

Wow... this guy is borring...
:yawn:

Bulerias
05-08-2006, 06:04 PM
He called competition "gimmicky." We'll see how he likes an upper-cut from Nintendo once the Wii is out... It'll sell in Japan for SURE, since Square-Enix is on board... Nintendo just has to secure the US, and it's in the bag.

Jeremy
05-08-2006, 06:13 PM
The only conference I will miss is Nintendo's...


Just my luck :wacko:

Justin
05-08-2006, 06:29 PM
Yeah, the whole conference so far is boring.

Jeremy
05-08-2006, 06:29 PM
GT HD looks nice. :yes:

What was with that horn though? It kept beeping the same tune...


:P

Bulerias
05-08-2006, 06:31 PM
Hey, all,

I'll be posting my impressions here...

-I saw Gran Turisumo HD... It looked pretty, but I was expecting a bit more from the PS3 and played on an HD TV... But I think it's because my computer moniter isn't the highest quality, so I'm not seeing it with the best quality... I'm actually almost certain it's that.
-They say that 25% of people will have an HD TV, but they didn't say when... Okay, so this means that they're basically aiming for... 25% of the market... Smooth...
-I am impressed with the number of dev kits they've sent out, however.
-Their online play seems awesome, but it's sorta hypoctrical that they call the Wii (indirectly) gimmicky, and release a GPS thing for the PSP...
-I LOVE the card thing. Very innovative and it looks fun! Kudos to Sony for coming up with this.
-They keep stressing that the PS3 isn't game only. *reserves judgement*
-Free online play, it seems, will be available. A hit to Nintendo?
-Downloading PS1 games on the PSP... EVERYONE'S copying Xbox Live, but I think that's a good thing, since Microsoft is a wonderful role model in this case.
-PSP-PS3 connection seems very nice... Details later.
-Genji, a medieval Japan-based game, looks pretty awesome; real time weapon selection, real time character changing, etc...

Overall, I still have yet to have a solid opinion, but we'll see once the conference is over. I'll be editing my thoughts in a bit later, once I see more.

Jeremy
05-08-2006, 06:37 PM
Yes, those cards look pretty cool. (For those of you who didn't see: Eye Toy was used over a table and you put cards there and monsters come out of them.) But... the Wii will obviosly be doing something somewhat like this on a full scale, if you get what I mean.


;)

Bulerias
05-08-2006, 06:38 PM
Yes, those cards look pretty cool. (For those of you who didn't see: Eye Toy was used over a table and you put cards there and monsters come out of them.) But... the Wii will obviosly be doing something somewhat like this on a full scale, if you get what I mean.


;)
Yeah, hopefully. This does seem like a complete copy of the Wii's controller. ;_;

Jeremy
05-08-2006, 06:41 PM
Wow.. I don't mean to seem like a fanboy, but I have seen tons of things that seem like they are copying Nintendo. The guy just put in the PSP a downloaded game from the PS1..... hmmm... where have we heard about downloading old school games before? he makes it sound like it's playstation's original idea.


:blink:

Bulerias
05-08-2006, 06:46 PM
[quote="STORMTROOPER88888"] Wow.. I don't mean to seem like a fanboy, but I have seen tons of things that seem like they are copying Nintendo. The guy just put in the PSP a downloaded game from the PS1..... hmmm... where have we heard about downloading old school games before? he makes it sound like it's playstation's original idea.


:b]
Actually, downloading content came from Microsoft.

Justin
05-08-2006, 06:59 PM
The card thing looks very cool.

Omg, that golf game looks so neat!

Jeremy
05-08-2006, 07:02 PM
[quote="STORMTROOPER88888"] Wow.. I don't mean to seem like a fanboy, but I have seen tons of things that seem like they are copying Nintendo. The guy just put in the PSP a downloaded game from the PS1..... hmmm... where have we heard about downloading old school games before? he makes it sound like it's playstation's original idea.


:b]
Actually, downloading content came from Microsoft.
Well yah, but they didn't have a whole line of games... well because XBox was the first console for Microsoft.

Copper
05-08-2006, 07:17 PM
I just watched some of it and saw some of the games but then the player stopped

Bulerias
05-08-2006, 07:20 PM
And with that... Either Sony decided to plug it up due to the fact that, uhh, even the audience isn't really interested (I mean, only ONE GUY clapped when they showed Ridge Racer on PSP. ONE. GUY.), or Gamespot's servers exploded. Prolly the latter, as Sony isn't going to fall to peer pressure.


:P