<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I never understood why people would want a computer to play games.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Because a high-end computer has far, far more power than a console, and more diversity in the way it can handle games (mods, saving, internet, etc.). The consoles are catching up now that many allow online gaming as well, but they still don't have upgrade abilities and even the best console can't compare to a high-end PC's graphics capabilities. Add to that the monitor, which has a much higher pixel content, even compared to HD TVs, and you can see why its still the choice among many gamers.<br><br>
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<OL><B>"I used Zune in place of excreta, as we've been using it here, in a another forum. I'm really hoping it catches on. </B></OL> <A HREF=http://www.mac360.com/index.php/mac360/comments/manipulate_text_as_art_on_the_mac_just_click/P8/><img src="http://home.comcast.net/~phoz/bbs/Mac360comment.jpg" width="547" height="314"/>[color:TEAL]<U><p>I've already started using it that way.</U></FONT></A> I suggest we all do. <br><br><br><br>
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