I don't have 360. Niether do I have enough to get one. I have my hopes for Bioshock on at least low possibly medium, DX9. My cpu owns except the graphics card lol. And, yes, no money for new one either...
I like graphics a lot. But my consideration of bad experience is when it doesn't run 100% smooth (excluding loading when it's not going into a screen)
Alright it took me 75 mins or so. I'm about to start the install hope it takes like 10 minutes and in 15 I'll be playin!
Pht, your welcome sessler...
EDIT: OMFG, I got scared. I started 2 line-up things for Bioshock cause I was bored and wanted to see what would win... and then when they were both done (well I didn't look but I just new they were from when I last looked at em.) I checked first one. "Invalid username or password." I start freakin out here damn I gota redownload (btw it doesn't make sense it never said u need username/pass.) But then I check other line-up download. AND IM SAFE WOOOO!
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"Cards and flowers on your window, your friends all plead for you to stay,
sometimes beginnings aren't so simple, sometimes goodbye's the only way."
I played the 360 demo the day it came out on the 360. While impressed by the gameplay, the graphics, the atmosphere is amazing, and it has no doubt the best opening scene in gaming since the mono-rail ride in hl1. The game just doesn't live up to being the "spirtual sucessor" of the System Shock series, because it lacks where SS kicked ass and that's in the scare department. Nothing is scary in this game, creepy, or unnerving. It's like I was playing F.E.A.R again, patiently waiting till I got a scare that never came