At 8/7/11 04:34 PM, naronic wrote:
Was thinking about ONLIVE until I found out you could only own your games for a year before you have to rebuy.
Lolwut? You never have to rebuy a game after a year. They support a game for three years by default, longer if it's popular. But seeing how you play most games on PC and assuming you have a decent PC, OnLive would be a waste to you unless you want on-demand games on a laptop/netbook (like me).
Anyway, I suppose it's my turn.
I'm mostly on Nintendo or Sony's side. I've tried playing on Xbox 360 but it's really not me (although I'm a fan of Halo). I play on PC too, but I'm not a hardcore PC gamer seeing how I only have a laptop. Oh well. But I do enjoy Halo CE and Medal of Honor: Allied Assault on the computer. I'm also trying to get into Fallout 1 and 2. I am crazy about platformers. I grew up with Mario 64, played Crash and Spyro, and freakin' loved Banjo-Kazooie and Banjo-Tooie.
Platforms I play regularly: Wii, PlayStation 2, PC, Dreamcast (mainly for Crazy Taxi), Game Boy
My favorite platform is the Wii. OH BOI HERE WE GO. I mostly like it because of its strong WiiWare and Virtual Console lineup. It's pretty neat to have NES, SNES, N64, Genesis, and more titles on one convenient place. And I like the WiiWare games, like World of Goo, LostWinds, Onslaught, Bit.Trip, Lit, and the like. Though some aren't exclusive, it at least has a lot of interesting games I've never seen before.