10 days 17 hours
12 days 8 hours
Call of Duty: Black Ops
10 days 12 hours
Plants vs. Zombies GOTY Edition
5 days 19 hours
No mention of 7.1 surround on the Sound Blaster Play 3.
Yeah, it can't do the virtual 7.1 shizzle of the HyperX dongle, just its own SBX Pro Studio virtual surround.
yeah that's pretty much how I feel too. once you've played a BF or CoD game you've essentially played them all, they honestly don't even attempt to innovate anymore, the gameplay is the same as it was 10 years ago, only with improved graphics.
and strictly speaking about Triple-A titles, the ones that I did get the chance to play this year were plagued with horrible game-breaking bugs and poor performance until at least a couple of months after release, and they wonder why their sales are lower than expected.
And that's kinda what I'm talking about. I understand CPU isn't the biggest game-changer for our rigs, but Intel also haven't given you any reason to budge from the Ivy Bridge 3770K.
Even if Zen can't top the 7700K Zen+ might and that might encourage Intel to push harder with Cannonlake to ensure it stays ahead.
they are also questionable.
these sites buy from the grey market, basically the way they get the keys is like sitting in a pub and buying stuff off some random bloke who comes in and asks if you want to buy some DVD's.
this is the thing they do pay for the keys but to get them as cheap as they do they don't buy from reputable sellers, meaning often the keys are stolen or bought using stolen credit cards/paypal accounts that later get refunded leaving the store and the publisher out of pocket for the keys they sent out.
then you have the market place style stuff in the likes of G2A where the people who are doing card scams to get the keys just sell them anyway.
the simple thing to remember if the price of a game seems too good to be true it probably is coming from a dodgy source, really as it stands greenman and Amazon are probably the 2 cheapest reputable sources of keys available.
assuming it is using bluetooth 4 as the PS4 does it is way more than a controller will ever need, the data controllers send is miniscule and modern bluetooth is more than fast enough to work it.
the modified wifi like the need to buy battery packs was always just a way for MS to upsell on the controllers, the PS3 and Wii both used bluetooth with no noticeable latency, so there was no reason not to have it.
it was the same with X1 they made a big thing over wifi direct for controllers and such but the tiny amount of data sent from controllers it made no difference and at first actually had worse latency than the bluetooth devices.
so really I would take this as a win as MS is finally letting people use inexpensive means to connect wirelessly that other firms have used for the last decade or so.