What is the advantage of a roku or a similar type box if you already have a console\tv that will play netflix/amazon/hulu ?
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Posted by Superstar on 15 December 2013 - 10:03 PM
It's great seeing the Cowboys running the ball successfully. The one thing that bothers me about Murray is he will run out of bounds instead of pushing ahead, but I guess he is trying to keep healthy, so I can't blame him.
It's also nice to see the Defense get pressure, and sacks!
Posted by Superstar on 11 November 2013 - 12:13 AM
why would anyone go off of what these paid reviewers say before they play the game? most of these companys like game informer are paid by the more rich companys to give their games high scores.
Because some people tend to agree with certain reviewers. I have some shows I watch on the internet where I trust their reviews, because we like similar games.
Posted by Superstar on 27 August 2013 - 02:05 AM
Frankly for such a forward-thinking console I thought chaining themselves to cable boxes is a oddly backwards thinking idea anyways. More or and more people are ditching cable entirely all the time and watching through streaming services or downloading digitally to watch at their leisure at with far more convenient methods and better prices than cable. That's where TV and movie watching is trending and it scares the shit out of cable companies.
Not really. It's pretty smart. They are catering to the people who have cable, and then they are also gearing up for the future when cable goes all streaming \ on demand. I predict in 5 years or so Microsoft has their own streaming cable service that goes through the xbox one.
Posted by Superstar on 20 June 2013 - 12:38 AM
Man. I am not picking fights or anything but it's really odd that I seem to be the only one who thinks that a $100 difference isn't a big deal at all. I am by no means rich but, for a hobby that is expensive anyways, ,$100 seems like it's nothing.