Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 28th Mar 2012 22:29 UTC
Games The rumour mill for the next generation of video game consoles has been churning out some juicy stuff these past few months. While Nintendo has laid most of its cards out on the table, Microsoft and Sony have remained tight-lipped, probably because their consoles are still seeing increased sales. So, we have to rely on rumours, and those rumours have one thing in common: Microsoft and Sony want to eliminate the used games market.
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Now compare it to MW3 or Call Of Duty or even Far Cry I from 2003...see the difference?

I do see the difference - they are worth playing for a few of hours and then they are a throw away item (hence the used game market.)

The irony of your argument is astounding. The big-name outfits have been rehashing the same ideas for years man! And you can bet they don't all use their own bespoke game engine either.

To just lump UrT into the "another Q3 rip-off" is doing it an extreme injustice. UrT doesn't play like anything else and it has fantastic replay value.

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