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Please don't be sad Mr. Sessler. I love your soapbox, and I would hate to see you cry. You are doing an amazing job with the site, and I'm coming back everyday because of it.
I really hope iphone online turns into Xbox Live's community. I actually really like all the stuff said about "the others"
keep preaching on that hill and let your white robes shine as a beacon to all!!
damn adam.find some break time.i refuse to buy apple-iphone and ipad overpriced trash.if im getting a phone only "game" i want on it is tetris thats it.ipad really thats what laptops/macbooks are for.ill be your secretary for a week
i'm done, i don't know what i just said lol
Has anyone ever told you that you resemble Jason Statham?
As always, your word is god like and one more thing: Good luck sir.. good luck...
Oho, Mr. Sessler is picking a fight with the iPhone squad... let me step out of the way for this one, lol...
Not for serious gaming?-i-PhoneIt's a phone, by Apple. A Phone.
hang in there adam. gest remember it will all be over soon and you can look back when E3 is over and say the futer of gaming looks amazing.
The PC version of Plants vs Zombies is my "appointment" game. I plan to sit down and play in the same fashion others would for a game such as Killzone. In fact, I've spent more hours playing it than almost anything else released over the past three years. Although I understand that these types of games are often used for simple diversions, I think Adam's overgeneralizing in his argument.
All I could do during this video was watch the Peggle game in the back ground. I kept thinking "NO YOU FOOL DONT SHOOT THAT THERE!"As for the iPhone games I don't see it ever being that great of a gaming device. Sure there are some really fun games on there, but a lot of them really suck. I think this may have to do with the amount of space you are given to work with. The main problem being that games have to put the controls right onto that tiny screen and anyone with normal sized thumbs is going to have problems with it.
Poor Adam. Drink some tea, relax in a bubble bath and smoke a herbal cigarette.
There were good thoughts here, but they were buried under drunken sleep depravity.
FREE BALL SKILLS!
Adam, take 2 shots of something strong (your choice) and breath... breath buddy breath. Here let me help.Breath in and hold 1.... 2.... 3.... 4.... 5....And out 1.... 2.... 3.... 4.... 5....Repeat.Trust me you'll feel great.
Adam Sessler IS the "Plato" of gaming philosophy.
the Atari was 35-40 years ago Adam, Nintendo was 25-30 years ago I'm old as well
The Wire, FTW.Adam Sessler, FTW.No, but seriously, the Wire. Best show ever on television.
Hey Adam, big fan of your Soapbox and Feedback.I had a similar discussion earlier in the day about the games you were describing, the more casual "pick-up-and-play" style of games. The situational classification of the games on the Ipad and such is splitting hairs I think. They are video games just like Red Dead Redemption or those old Tiger handhelds. Those games on those devices(Ipod/Pad) are small simple convenience games. Games you truly don't have to invest yourself in as they can be turned off just as easily as they are turned on. You're right though. People will set time aside for console/PC games because they need to invest in the experience, while the convenience games you pick up and play not because you made time but because you had time. The portable devices can do the convenience games very well since they are usually there when you have time no matter were you are, and I think that because they were designed so portable that the games will be limited to that concept of convenience and simplicity. Otherwise you would have to make time for them and would usually be home for that anyway.On an unrelated note: I know you're frazzled, tired, slowly being driven mad by the preparation for the upcoming events, but I think even though it's owning you, you wouldn't trade it for anything. I know I wouldn't.Hang in there.
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