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Anonymous
January 27, 2005 9:59:06 PM

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The PlayStationPortable (PSP) will wirelessly interface with the PS3.
XFLop Next is dead before it even gets out of the gate. Go ahead, weepy
little XFLop Fanfairies, use the infantile rationalization that this is
a "panic troll". Poor inept little goons, can't even distinguish
between a supposed panic post and a post that is expressing sheer
contempt and loathing of putrid meatheads.

US Patent Number 20040266529
http://appft1.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO2&S...

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Anonymous
January 28, 2005 4:54:14 PM

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Bilgecunt wrote:

> The PSP will wirelessly interface with the PS3.

Oh, rapture! A device for turning a PS3 on/off from the couch. That
clinches it: I'm preordering the PSP today!

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Anonymous
January 28, 2005 10:34:25 PM

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Chareth Cutestory <bjd@com.net.org> wrote:

> Oh, rapture! A device for turning a PS3 on/off from the couch. That
> clinches it: I'm preordering the PSP today!

Personally, I'd love to be able to turn on/off the console from the
couch. Not that this is a make-or-break feature for me.
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January 28, 2005 10:47:31 PM

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"Doug Jacobs" <djacobs@shell.rawbw.com> wrote in message
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> Chareth Cutestory <bjd@com.net.org> wrote:
>
>> Oh, rapture! A device for turning a PS3 on/off from the couch. That
>> clinches it: I'm preordering the PSP today!
>
> Personally, I'd love to be able to turn on/off the console from the
> couch. Not that this is a make-or-break feature for me.

You would think that if they were going to make a remote control for a
console, like in the DVD playback kit, that it would have an on off switch
for the console itself. Crazy thinking eh?
Anonymous
January 29, 2005 12:12:19 AM

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"ItsKanetastic29 \(aka Union Kane\)" <itskanetastic29.nospam@telvs.net> wrote:

> Yov wovld think that if they were going to make a remote control for a
> console, like in the DVD playback kit, that it wovld have an on off switch
> for the console itself. Crazy thinking eh?

Yeah, I (and many others) were svrprised that the DVD remote didn't inclvde
a power bvtton.

Hopefvlly this is something that all the next gen consoles will implement
- especially with things like wireless controllers and large screen TVs
becoming more and more popvlar.

How things change... When my family got the 2600, ovr parents made vs pack
it vp after we were done playing it each time. When we heard abovt some
families that jvst left the thing attached to the TV all the time, we
thovght they were crazy. Now a days, I'm svre most of vs wovldn't dream of
disconnecting their console after a session. I'm svre ovr kids will look
back and lavgh when we tell them abovt how we had to swap discs or
cartridges when we wanted to play a different game, or how we had to vse
*wires* to connect the console to ovr TV and stereo system.
Anonymous
January 29, 2005 3:04:42 AM

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"Blig Merk" <blig_murk@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> The PlayStationPortable (PSP) will wirelessly interface with the PS3.
> XFLop Next is dead before it even gets out of the gate.

How do you figure? Even if the PS3 is a big hit, XBox Next will still sell
loads. It will sell more than the XBox, and will do just fine. There is room
for two game systems. Just not room for three.
Anonymous
January 29, 2005 11:01:27 AM

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"Dovg Jacobs" <djacobs@shell.rawbw.com> wrote in message
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> "ItsKanetastic29 \(aka Union Kane\)" <itskanetastic29.nospam@telvs.net>
> wrote:
>
>> Yov wovld think that if they were going to make a remote control for a
>> console, like in the DVD playback kit, that it wovld have an on off
>> switch
>> for the console itself. Crazy thinking eh?
>
> Yeah, I (and many others) were svrprised that the DVD remote didn't
> inclvde
> a power bvtton.
>
> Hopefvlly this is something that all the next gen consoles will implement
> - especially with things like wireless controllers and large screen TVs
> becoming more and more popvlar.
>
> How things change... When my family got the 2600, ovr parents made vs
> pack
> it vp after we were done playing it each time. When we heard abovt some
> families that jvst left the thing attached to the TV all the time, we
> thovght they were crazy. Now a days, I'm svre most of vs wovldn't dream
> of
> disconnecting their console after a session. I'm svre ovr kids will look
> back and lavgh when we tell them abovt how we had to swap discs or
> cartridges when we wanted to play a different game

That wovld be sweet if yov covld load the games onto say a hard drive on
yovr pc and tvrn on yov Xbox with a remote and scan the HD for what game yov
wnated to play. If I am not mistaken this can be done with a modded Xbox.
Games are loaded on the hard drive and there is a hack for remote on off.


>, or how we had to vse
> *wires*

That wont be changing anytime soon.

>to connect the console to ovr TV and stereo system.

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Anonymous
January 29, 2005 11:09:58 AM

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"Gooserider" <noway@mousepotato.com> wrote in message
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>
> "Blig Merk" <blig_murk@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:1106881146.231811.14770@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
>> The PlayStationPortable (PSP) will wirelessly interface with the PS3.
>> XFLop Next is dead before it even gets out of the gate.
>
> How do you figure? Even if the PS3 is a big hit, XBox Next will still sell
> loads. It will sell more than the XBox, and will do just fine. There is
> room
> for two game systems. Just not room for three.
>
>

At $400 and no pack in game, why would you think either of the next gen
systems would outsell the Xbox? Just curious.
Anonymous
January 29, 2005 11:09:59 AM

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"Mattinglyfan" <Estoscacahuates@comcast.net (deez nuts)> wrote in message
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>
> "Gooserider" <noway@mousepotato.com> wrote in message
> news:uqAKd.7809$Q72.5237@tornado.tampabay.rr.com...
>>
>> "Blig Merk" <blig_murk@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>> news:1106881146.231811.14770@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
>>> The PlayStationPortable (PSP) will wirelessly interface with the PS3.
>>> XFLop Next is dead before it even gets out of the gate.
>>
>> How do you figure? Even if the PS3 is a big hit, XBox Next will still
>> sell
>> loads. It will sell more than the XBox, and will do just fine. There is
>> room
>> for two game systems. Just not room for three.
>>
>>
>
> At $400 and no pack in game, why would you think either of the next gen
> systems would outsell the Xbox? Just curious.

PS3 will be 400 bones? First I have heard this. Wow. Too much.

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Anonymous
January 29, 2005 3:27:40 PM

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RKRM wrote:
> That would be sweet if you could load the games onto say a hard drive
on
> your pc and turn on you Xbox with a remote and scan the HD for what
game you
> wnated to play. If I am not mistaken this can be done with a modded
Xbox.
> Games are loaded on the hard drive and there is a hack for remote on
off.

Since people aren't reading the patent first before commenting, the
functions it describes go far beyond a simple universal remote control
(which is what Microsoft's Gates tried to show during CES 2005 and it
didn't work) or game synching. Just one of the functions described in
the patent is to use the processing power of the central unit, PC or
PS3, to supplement the games processing on the portable. Also, it is
about streaming media from the central unit. Here is an article that
spells out the features in more readable form than a patent, but now it
is patented so if Microsoft tries to copy it, they will have to pay
royalties:

http://news.com.com/Sony+eyes+wireless+PSP+connections/...

Sony eyes wireless PSP connections
January 21, 2005

Sony's new PlayStation Portable could download games via public Wi-Fi
hot spots and swap content with the living room version of the
PlayStation.

Those and other scenarios are described in a recently published patent
application that cites numerous possible methods for wirelessly
connecting a portable game machine with various types of
Internet-connected devices.

Patent application 20040266529 was filed in June 2003 by Masayuki
Chatani, senior vice president of the Broadband Strategy Group of Sony
Computer Entertainment, and assigned to Sony Computer Entertainment
America. The application was published three weeks ago by the U.S.
Patent and Trademark Office.

A SCEA representative did not immediately respond to a request for
comment.

The application describes several methods for using wireless
connections to expand the functionality of a portable game machine.
Sony entered the portable game market last month with the PlayStation
Portable, which includes wireless-networking capability via an 802.11b
Wi-Fi connection. Currently available only in Japan, the PSP
tentatively is set to arrive in North America by late March.

Sony executives have talked broadly about using the PSP for functions
besides playing games stored on the company's Universal Media Disc
format, but the patent application goes well beyond any public
discussions.

The application describes a number of scenarios for connecting a
portable game player to a "base computing device," which could be a PC,
a central server or an advanced game console such as the upcoming
PlayStation 3.

Under one scenario, the central computer would be used as a "content
execution server," processing chunks of software code too complex for
the portable gadget to crunch.

"The content execution server will act as a base computing device that
will execute program instructions of the game and then transmit, via
the wireless transceiver,...processed active program instructions

to the portable game device," according to the application. "By
preprocessing the game instructions at the content execution
server...the receiving devices will not be required to have robust
processing circuitry, which is commonly required to execute typical
game programs that involve sophisticated mathematical operations,
lighting adjustments, and graphics...The receiving device can
concentrate on providing video display and providing audio output to
the user."

The application goes on to describe a number of methods for using a
wireless connection to download content to a portable device to get
around limited storage and processing capacity on a handheld gadget. In
one scenario, games and other content would be stored on a central
server and uploaded to the portable device when needed.

"In addition to games, it should be understood that the data being held
by the content execution server may also include other digital data,"
according to the application. "Examples of other digital data may
include, but (are) not limited to, movies, DVD data, music, or other
entertainment or business digital content."

Sony executives have spoken broadly about using the PSP as a multimedia
device. In a recent interview with CNET News.com, Sony Corporation of
America CEO Howard Stringer spoke of the PSP as a key tool for
broadening the reach of Sony's Connect music service and other media
ventures.

A server connection could also be used for e-commerce, enabling gadget
owners to buy games and other content or rent games that would be good
for a limited number of uses.

While the application most frequently cites PCs and living room game
consoles as server connections, it also envisions Wi-Fi on the go.

"In today's wired world, many users are able to access hot spots free
of charge in many locations such as coffeehouses, airports, gas
stations, and the like," according to the application. "Once the user
is close enough to the access point, the user can log in to the
Internet server and use their previously purchased games or purchase
new games for entertainment. In another embodiment, the remote access
user can access their own video games that are stored on their home
system, such as the content execution server or a game CD loaded into a
game console."
Anonymous
January 29, 2005 4:24:24 PM

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"RKRM" <rkrm@NOSPAMcomcast.net> wrote in message
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> "Mattinglyfan" <Estoscacahuates@comcast.net (deez nuts)> wrote in message
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>>
>> "Gooserider" <noway@mousepotato.com> wrote in message
>> news:uqAKd.7809$Q72.5237@tornado.tampabay.rr.com...
>>>
>>> "Blig Merk" <blig_murk@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>>> news:1106881146.231811.14770@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
>>>> The PlayStationPortable (PSP) will wirelessly interface with the PS3.
>>>> XFLop Next is dead before it even gets out of the gate.
>>>
>>> How do you figure? Even if the PS3 is a big hit, XBox Next will still
>>> sell
>>> loads. It will sell more than the XBox, and will do just fine. There is
>>> room
>>> for two game systems. Just not room for three.
>>>
>>>
>>
>> At $400 and no pack in game, why would you think either of the next gen
>> systems would outsell the Xbox? Just curious.
>
> PS3 will be 400 bones? First I have heard this. Wow. Too much.

A couple of people posted a link but I can't find it off hand. I remember
that I made a comment about that price being out of the "impulse buy" range
but I don't remember what thread. For that price, there is no way I will
get it at launch until I am well confident in its library.

>
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Anonymous
January 31, 2005 1:17:52 AM

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Blig Merk wrote:

> Since people aren't reading the patent first before commenting

What? You mean someone isn't bothering to read a link in one of your posts?
I wonder if that could have anything to do with the fact no one sees you
anything as a retarded shiteating troll? Maybe? Y'think? Hmm? Possibly?
Yeah?

> Sony's new PlayStation Portable could download games via public Wi-Fi
> hot spots and swap content with the living room version of the
> PlayStation.

Anyone who thinks the PSP+PS2/PS3 connectivity to its logical conclusion
would assume this, since it's an extension of what Nintendo has been doing
with the GBA/Cube all along. And Nintendo already announced plans to make it
possible to download DS game content/demos via wireless hotspots in stores
and whatnot. Sony's patent aside, I'd be surprised if Nintendo didn't do
essentially the same thing with the DS (or next version of the Game Boy) and
the Revolution.

It's a cool idea and it will be interesting to see it in action. That
doesn't change the fact that a) this has nothing to do with the Xbox, and b)
you're a retarded shiteating troll.

-Z-
Anonymous
January 31, 2005 2:10:50 AM

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"Mattinglyfan" <Estoscacahuates@comcast.net (deez nuts)> wrote in message
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>
> "Gooserider" <noway@mousepotato.com> wrote in message
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> >
> > "Blig Merk" <blig_murk@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> > news:1106881146.231811.14770@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
> >> The PlayStationPortable (PSP) will wirelessly interface with the PS3.
> >> XFLop Next is dead before it even gets out of the gate.
> >
> > How do you figure? Even if the PS3 is a big hit, XBox Next will still
sell
> > loads. It will sell more than the XBox, and will do just fine. There is
> > room
> > for two game systems. Just not room for three.
> >
> >
>
> At $400 and no pack in game, why would you think either of the next gen
> systems would outsell the Xbox? Just curious.

That's quite a bite out of one's finances, but there will still be people
lined up outside Best Buy on launch day for both systems. There will be a
price cut at 6 months, of course. If initial sales don't meet expectations,
you know both megacorporations will immediately cut prices or create
bundles, anyway. :-)
Anonymous
January 31, 2005 2:10:51 AM

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"Gooserider" <noway@mousepotato.com> wrote in message
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>
> "Mattinglyfan" <Estoscacahuates@comcast.net (deez nuts)> wrote in message
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>>
>> "Gooserider" <noway@mousepotato.com> wrote in message
>> news:uqAKd.7809$Q72.5237@tornado.tampabay.rr.com...
>> >
>> > "Blig Merk" <blig_murk@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>> > news:1106881146.231811.14770@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
>> >> The PlayStationPortable (PSP) will wirelessly interface with the PS3.
>> >> XFLop Next is dead before it even gets out of the gate.
>> >
>> > How do you figure? Even if the PS3 is a big hit, XBox Next will still
> sell
>> > loads. It will sell more than the XBox, and will do just fine. There is
>> > room
>> > for two game systems. Just not room for three.
>> >
>> >
>>
>> At $400 and no pack in game, why would you think either of the next gen
>> systems would outsell the Xbox? Just curious.
>
> That's quite a bite out of one's finances, but there will still be people
> lined up outside Best Buy on launch day for both systems. There will be a
> price cut at 6 months, of course. If initial sales don't meet
> expectations,
> you know both megacorporations will immediately cut prices or create
> bundles, anyway. :-)
>
>

Oh I agree wholeheartedly but I just think that with the cost of the systems
and the increase in game prices, we won't necessarily see the numbers from
the prior generation.
January 31, 2005 4:50:21 PM

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It only makes sense since Nintendo wants to do something similar
between their next platform and the next Gameboy (not the DS... they
have another one planned.)

Since Microsoft doesn't make a hand-held at this point I don't see how
it's relevant.

- Jordan
Anonymous
February 2, 2005 6:25:09 AM

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On Sat, 29 Jan 2005 08:01:27 -0800, "RKRM" <rkrm@NOSPAMcomcast.net> wrote:
>"Doug Jacobs" <djacobs@shell.rawbw.com> wrote in message
>news:10vlalja0sp6fff@corp.supernews.com...
>> How things change... When my family got the 2600, our parents made us
>> pack
>> it up after we were done playing it each time. When we heard about some
>> families that just left the thing attached to the TV all the time, we
>> thought they were crazy. Now a days, I'm sure most of us wouldn't dream
>> of
>> disconnecting their console after a session. I'm sure our kids will look
>> back and laugh when we tell them about how we had to swap discs or
>> cartridges when we wanted to play a different game
>
>That would be sweet if you could load the games onto say a hard drive on
>your pc and turn on you Xbox with a remote and scan the HD for what game you
>wnated to play. If I am not mistaken this can be done with a modded Xbox.
>Games are loaded on the hard drive and there is a hack for remote on off.

That's correct, games can currently be loaded directly from the hard
drive, for emulators and otherwise. And when you're done, a specific key combo
can be used to reboot the XBox memory, from which you can enter the 'Power Off'
command through the menu.

And before any omars jump in with their "you must be a thief, because I
can only think of stealing" responses, I'll point out that it's a lot easier to
find a replacement IDE hard drive (which doesn't fail that often), than a
replacement XBox-specific DVD drive.

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Anonymous
February 2, 2005 6:28:07 AM

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>"Mattinglyfan" <Estoscacahuates@comcast.net (deez nuts)> wrote in message
>news:j-udnXR828ROO2bcRVn-2Q@comcast.com...
>> At $400 and no pack in game, why would you think either of the next gen
>> systems would outsell the Xbox? Just curious.

I've seen this new "$400 launch price" mentioned as fact a few times
now, but I have yet to see a source for that statement. Is there one? I know
about the EA exec who speculated that hardware and software prices might be
going up for consoles, but have yet to see anything more certain.

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Anonymous
February 3, 2005 5:13:17 AM

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David Oldridge <david.oldridge2001_no_longer_valid@rogers.com> wrote:
> I've seen this new "$400 launch price" mentioned as fact a few times
> now, but I have yet to see a source for that statement. Is there one? I know
> about the EA exec who speculated that hardware and software prices might be
> going up for consoles, but have yet to see anything more certain.

It's still speculation. I've seen a couple of articles from people
pulling ideas out of their ass and both have said they could see XBox2
going for $400 or more.

Realistically though, I find the idea of a console launching at more than
$300 a bit incredulous. However, as Microsoft has not said anything yet
about pricing, or even about their hardware, we're just going to have to
wait.
Anonymous
February 3, 2005 9:40:23 AM

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"Doug Jacobs" <djacobs@shell.rawbw.com> wrote in message
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> David Oldridge <david.oldridge2001_no_longer_valid@rogers.com> wrote:
>> I've seen this new "$400 launch price" mentioned as fact a few
>> times
>> now, but I have yet to see a source for that statement. Is there one? I
>> know
>> about the EA exec who speculated that hardware and software prices might
>> be
>> going up for consoles, but have yet to see anything more certain.
>
> It's still speculation. I've seen a couple of articles from people
> pulling ideas out of their ass and both have said they could see XBox2
> going for $400 or more.
>
> Realistically though, I find the idea of a console launching at more than
> $300 a bit incredulous. However, as Microsoft has not said anything yet
> about pricing, or even about their hardware, we're just going to have to
> wait.

Actually, I though MS was the only one to talk about price. Didn't they say
the bare bones Xbox2 would retail for around $300 and the other versions
would increase from there?
February 20, 2005 1:29:41 PM

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I expect to see EA's games go up as they look to stick it to their customers
to offset their desperate move for exclusive NFL rights.

That's why they're raising their prices, but this won't be the case across
the board. The Sega football games have better graphics and even better
AI -- especially in the passing game. It's their business to gamble and buy
up the NFL and NFLPA rights. But that doesn't mean I'll switch ti an
inferior product just because the names on the plaers jersey's change.


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> >"Mattinglyfan" <Estoscacahuates@comcast.net (deez nuts)> wrote in message
> >news:j-udnXR828ROO2bcRVn-2Q@comcast.com...
> >> At $400 and no pack in game, why would you think either of the next gen
> >> systems would outsell the Xbox? Just curious.
>
> I've seen this new "$400 launch price" mentioned as fact a few times
> now, but I have yet to see a source for that statement. Is there one? I
know
> about the EA exec who speculated that hardware and software prices might
be
> going up for consoles, but have yet to see anything more certain.
>
> --
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me here!
Anonymous
February 20, 2005 8:19:49 PM

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"freak" <freak@me.com> wrote in message
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> I expect to see EA's games go up as they look to stick it to their
customers
> to offset their desperate move for exclusive NFL rights.
>
> That's why they're raising their prices, but this won't be the case across
> the board. The Sega football games have better graphics and even better
> AI -- especially in the passing game.

Better AI? Hahahhahahaha. ESPN Football is reknowned for their moronic DB AI
(pssst, in the PASSING game).

EA's move wasn't desperate. It was smart, and it was the same move all their
competition made. EA was just smart enough to outbid everyone else. And now
the Sega fanboys(soon to be Take Two fanboys) cry. Cry, babies, cry. It's
fun to watch.

Skye
!