I have been an avid gamer for all of my life. I play a lot of the Xbox 360, the PS3, and the PSP, plus countless others. I love to play games, and the reason why I feel this way? I love to play them in 3D. I have been wanting to get my hands on a 3D game for a long time.
War is a game series that I love. I have played hundreds of hours of it. I still think the original PS1 version and the PS2 version are the best games on the market today. War has received a ton of new, high-end hardware and software recently, but the game still feels light years ahead of its PC counterpart. Now for the first time in years, you can play the original PS2 game on all of the latest 3D consoles.
It’s not just that War is getting a 3D re-release. It’s also that I would be able to buy a copy of the game with my Xbox 360 already installed. A 360 also gives you all of the bells and whistles that you’ve come to expect from an Xbox game, like Internet connectivity, online multiplayer, and the ability to control the game’s camera. That’s a pretty good set of features for a game that was originally designed to appeal to PC gamers.
For the most part, I’ll admit PS2 games are a bit more expensive than their Xbox counterparts. Its the reason I bought a PS2 as a kid, that and I didn’t really care for the Xbox. But the one thing that I would want from the Xbox is the gamepad, a feature that the PS2 lacks. And the one thing I’d want from the PS2 is the ability to play online.
The PS2 has its shortcomings, but its really a perfect console for playing multiplayer games. The fact that it has a gamepad is a big deal because a controller is basically a PC controller with a gamepad. Thats what the Xbox 360 has (so far).
I wish I could say I was the first person to ever buy a PS2, but I think I was the first to have it shipped with an Xbox 360. I think Xbox 360 owners have a better idea of what a PS2 can do. I remember back in the day when Xbox 360 owners would complain that the 360 was a flop.
Xbox owners have a better idea of what a PS2 can do, but the 360 has gone backwards in terms of backwards compatibility. PS2 owners are spoiled. What the 360 has is a better system, but its not perfect. It takes a controller with a gamepad for most games, but for those that use Xbox 360 controllers, you are restricted to only using the PS2’s gamepad.
In a way, the PS2 has taken the system of the Xbox 360 and given it a better purpose. The Xbox 360 has been around for years, and while it has its faults, it has a great system. The PS2 has always been a better system, but it’s better in a particular way. You can’t use the 360 controller with the PS2 controller, but you can use the 360 controller with the PS2 gamepad.
The PS2 has always been a better system, but its better in a particular way. You cant use the 360 controller with the PS2 controller, but you can use the 360 controller with the PS2 gamepad. There’s still a bit of a disconnect between the two systems, but when I play a game using the 360 controller, I’m not distracted by the fact that I’m using a gamepad.
I’m not sure how you can tell. Theres plenty of people on here who use both controllers. Hell, I have two more PS2 controllers than I do PS2 games. Its not a huge issue, but its something we need to fix.
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