My cousin was asking if I knew a place that rented out the instruments for Rock Band. Renting/borrowing the game itself is easy enough, but are there any places that will rent you the guitars and drums for an evening?
(I feel like this is something that video rental stores would/could have done, if so many of them hadn't been driven out of business by Netflix and Gamefly. Guess there is still a purpose to in-store rental...)
Talk of the next generation of home consoles is starting to appear on nearly every video game website. It got me thinking about what the price will be per game. With every generation, the prices of games have increased by $10.
Now I don't know about everyone out there, but $59.99 is my limit and the game has to amazing for me to even consider purchasing it at that price. I do most of my shopping on Amazon.com and I wait for their video game sales.
Yet I can't say that I feel confident that games...
(sometimes i get lazy and don't feel like going to my computer, hence the ONLY reason i attempt to use this p.o.s.) i feel as though there's some hidden option that i'm not selecting or something for the reason why it's so bad. a simple task like facebook, which mind you is on the home page of the internet when you log onto the browser is complete anus! i put my username and password in and i get the logo, icons at the top of the page and A WHITE SCREEN. i thought it could...
does anybody have any positives to them going away with this option? http://blog.netflix.com/2011/01/removing-add-to-dv...
The PlayStation 3 Slim isn't really called the slim, it's just PlayStation 3 120/250GB. I say this because the Xbox 360 models are correctly named. Links: http://us.playstation.com/ps3/systems/ http://www.xbox.com/en-US/hardware/x/xbox360250GBc...
before I can play. I like the idea that developers can make fixes to a game after it ships but come on every game? A lot of the updates are not small eather the last thing you want to do when you get a new game home is wait 30 min for it to update before you can play.