Discussion in 'General Video Gaming Chat' started by neilo, Aug 30, 2002.
anyone know why they keep delaying its release ?
Becaue its not legal ^_^ Well, depending on which side of the fence you sit on regarding on the law... If it only lets you play different region videogames then I don't think theres a massive legal argument against it... Unless it enabled copied games to be played on any Gamecube then it would be illegal.
I was wondering if it had been released on Friday, popping into town in a mo on my lunch break (weekend shift sucks!) I guess I won't be taking a look at it
I want this product
laffs has had Res Evil for months from States as Freeloader was due out ages ago..now its due out a week before UK release..buggers
I had Resi when it was launched in the USA and Eternal Darkness... Still its nice to have the Freeloader because I can rent titles and take risks on some "maybe" titles. Also I want to test out the PAL GameCube to see if it can produce a progressive scan image once tempted by an NTSC import...
has a UK gamecube though..so res evil is stuck in its case ..
neilo, ouch mate >_< I've heard that the European version of Resi will have a 60hz option as well.... Can't confirm that though. Still... If the Freeloader/Action Replay doesn't come out he can still invest in an import Gamecube...
seems its been put back again to the end of the month ..any one wanna buy a USA Res evil lol
End of October????
Dam, I was hoping it would be out this week as Goblingames are advertising it heavily.
hehe, not that I can actually afford it, dam that Credit Card and Home Cinema temptations.
lol Sinzer I know the feeling mate. Its going to hurt a bit more for me right now as well because a nice fault has appeared on my Tosh TV... In prog.scan mode the TV decides to screw the image up at the top >_< I've spent plenty on AV and now it looks like I have to pay a lot more.... A right royal pain in the arse >_<
Just reading through the link... Looks like NTSC games will run in 60Hz but theres no mention of Progressive scan...
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