No kidding. The game looks amazing and the game play is fun as heck. Gets my heart pumping, that's for sure. I'd love to try co-op mode sometime, but none of my friends play video games.Jeff Flowerday said:Gears of War on the 360 absolutely rocks.
I'll go Co-op with you sometime. Just add my ID to your friends.nine said:No kidding. The game looks amazing and the game play is fun as heck. Gets my heart pumping, that's for sure. I'd love to try co-op mode sometime, but none of my friends play video games.
I'm not sure if I'll get a PS3. I'm going to wait it out and see if Gran Turismo 5 is good or not. That lame thing they're putting out next (GT HD or whatever it's called) just seems like a bad idea.
I can't wait for Guitar Hero to come out for Xbox 360 though. Should be fairly soon.
[Computer nerd talk on]nine said:Just so you know, the 360 only renders at 720p and upconverts to 1080. That's not to say that a good TV makes a big difference though.
I'll definitely add you when I get the wireless adapter thingo for my 360. Right now it's not networked at all.
The Wii is a good workout! Which makes it a perfect choice for someone's kids. Instead of sitting on their but playing they are getting a little exercise.hush said:The Wii does it for me. I hope my kid saves up enough money to buy one soon
Yah, I have a 60GB drive with nothing on it, so I've been ripping some of my favorite CDs @ 320AAC -> PS3 to get the best sound quality. I'm running fiber to my Yamaha receiver.nine said:Honestly, it's worth it for that alone based on the price. And you get a sweet game and multimedia system for free!