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About Rikkarr

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  1. My motherboard has one 3.1 port. It's red, but is otherwise just a regular rectangular USB Type-A port. Backwards compatible with 3.0 and 2.0, too.
  2. In my experience, the New 3DS XL is great if you want to play DS and 3DS games. However, the DS Lite is best if you want to play DS and GBA games. Avoid the original DS unit, as its screens are very dim and dull (though the unit's build quality is quite nice).
  3. So it works with the Vita's version of Netflix? I wonder how well though? As long as this remains unpatched, I might have to consider picking one up now, given the price point. Could be a cool little device to play around with.
  4. Seems like they may have gotten rid of the comments section on the left-hand side of the Facebook page.
  5. Are you running the Steam client as an administrator? I don't really know if that would cause any issues, but that's the last thing I (in my limited expertise) could think of that might have any impact on installation issues.
  6. I agree with cimerians in that it almost sounds like a local hardware/software issue, especially if the games downloaded fine on your brother's PC. The only other thing I could suggest (aside from extensive Google searching, as mentioned above) is uninstalling/reinstalling the Steam client, if you haven't done that already.
  7. These were actually the first experience I had with anything Atari-related, although as you say, they don't have quite the same feel. I wonder if they're similar to the Flashback 1, which did use an NOAC, I think? My Jakk's units stopped working a few years back, unfortunately. I'll have to see if I can fix them sometime, perhaps.
  8. The Xbox version of Morrowind had some pretty abysmal loading times.
  9. I enjoyed this game, but I've never tried any of the other variants so I'm not sure how it compares to them. It was actually my second Tales game (Symphonia being the first), and I remember having a lot of fun playing it when it was ported to the GBA.
  10. SNES emulation has never worked quite right for me on the PSP... I've tried many different emulator types and settings, and they all seem to run very slowly.
  11. Have you tried the "Marked for Death" shout? It can make fighting Elder Dragons much easier, as it makes them more prone to damage.
  12. I have a 250 gig HD in mine with plenty of space to spare. All of the autosave stuff is turned off. I am about 30 hours in with a 6+ megabyte save file. I started experiencing problems once the save file went over 5 megs. No frame rate issues, but the crashes are pretty frequent now. I got it as an x-mas gift. Not really sure if I ever specified 360 vs PS3. I didn't think much of it at the time when I added it to the list as most hadn't played it long enough on the PS3 for the problems become apparent. I can't remember where I read it, but I think there was a New Vegas developer that said the problems may never be fully fixed for the PS3. Something about how memory is used (PS3, split between video and everything else while there is more flexibility on the 360 in how memory is used). It seems like a lot of PS3 Skyrim problems were also present in the PS3 version of New Vegas (wouldn't know... I have the 360 version of that). If that is true, was New Vegas ever fixed for the PS3? I don't think New Vegas was ever fixed for the PS3, now that you mention it... But Bethesda did say that that dev didn't know how the current tech in Skyrim worked: http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/114588-Bethesda-New-Vegas-Dev-Is-Wrong-About-Skyrims-PS3-Lag
  13. Oops, sorry, I should have mentioned that. I'm using an original 60GB with a 500GB hard drive. Have you turned off autosave? I did that, and haven't experienced any lag that's out of the ordinary yet.
  14. I've been playing the PS3 version for over 80 hours, and have a sizeable save file (I can't remember the exact size...), and I haven't noticed anything out of the ordinary.
  15. Puyo Puyo 2 is a great game! You don't really need to be able to read Japanese to play it either, and it is compatible with American systems. Best of all, it's usually quite cheap. I found my copy a couple of years ago boxed for $8 or so.
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