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Geschrieben von Anonym um 02 Nov 2006 @ 23:03
and what now?shall we buy that 30 games from electronic supermarket from homnecountry?for instance austria,where we just have the basic ds bored just when i see the games in the sorry.but why does lik sang not continue selling nintendo games?we need them!psp has no mouse.ds has non developed games and too few memory.why there does nothing happen.why we have to feel like hungry kids in seems to be very hard to produce good games,it just seems to be hard to produce games fast.who has bought more than 5 ds games?but nintendo thinks if they bring out the good games..the good name games..than nobody will buy the others..the good named..panzer tactics seems to be a game for childs.dual strike
is the absolutely minimum game from how it should so sorry to be too early in the world.we have to wait for the the future they will do.when they enable options and put gigabts memory and we dont have to play the same game like 3 years old kids.the action is the flash and in the visual fight where we are cinema guests-kids it is like shogun!.we all played with paper boats,but the fckn boat is exploading.and hundreds of other critics.
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Geschrieben von Daniel Amstutz um 25 Okt 2006 @ 09:28 GBase-Mitarbeiter
Sony verspielts mit den Nerds leider einfach immer mehr, sorry Guys...
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Geschrieben von Jan Gieseler um 24 Okt 2006 @ 19:22 GBase-Mitarbeiter
Ganz grosses Kino ist ja folgendes Zitat aus der Lik-Sang-Mitteilung (wenn's denn stimmt):

"Furthermore, Sony have failed to disclose to the London High Court that not only the world wide gaming community in more than 100 countries relied on Lik-Sang for their gaming needs, but also Sony Europe's very own top directors repeatedly got their Sony PSP hard or software imports in nicely packed Lik-Sang parcels with free Lik-Sang Mugs or Lik-Sang Badge Holders, starting just two days after Japan's official release, as early as 14th of December 2004 (more than nine months earlier than the legal action). The list of PSP related Sony Europe orders reads like the who's who of the videogames industry, and includes Ray Maguire (Managing Director, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Ltd), Alan Duncan (UK Marketing Director, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Ltd), Chris Sorrell (Creative Director, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Ltd), Rob Parkin (Development Director, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Limited), just to name a few."
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Geschrieben von Daniel Hanin um 24 Okt 2006 @ 18:52
meinen liebsten online-shop gibts nun also nimmer :( das darf doch nicht wahr sein :( schade, lik-sang war die beste quelle für importe - i'll miss you guys!
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