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Topic # 26766 2-Oct-2008 16:30
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Can't wait for the internet-billing month to roll over, then I can download Wipeout HD from the Playstation Store. Anyone else hooked up with this 1080p goodness already?

I would have paid full price for it, so its amazing to see it being sold for $33 - real bargain basement stuff for one of the best PS3 games to come along yet. Might actually mean some gaming time on the PS3, which is the media hub at home via a 42inch 1080p television, rather than the Wii. For me thats a pretty good benchmark for a PS3 game - if it can get me off the Wii!




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  Reply # 168977 4-Oct-2008 11:22
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No one?

Just got it this morning and had time for a couple of levels before heading to work- frickin' amazing!

1080p visuals running at a constant 60fps - best looking game I've ever played. Has the gameplay chops to back it up too - can't believe it only cost $33!

Next stop - Guitar Hero: Metallica!




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  Reply # 169563 7-Oct-2008 13:13
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yep!

i'm on this whenever i can get ahold of the TV.

GREAT game. especially with custom music playlists! so much more intense when you have your own fast tunes cranking out!

if you fancy an online race sometime add me to your friends list: mc_beerbuzz

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