A promising handheld manufactured by Sony which has fallen relatively short of expectations, due to numerous fundamental flaws and a lacklustre games catalogue. Beyond the slick, glossy look and expansive but half-baked media capabilities, lies a surface which attracts finger oils like an oxy pad and demands more care than a mentally-deficient infant, poor memory options with the outrageously expensive 'memory duo stick', a piss-poor battery life, which despite being dependent on how graphically intensive a game is, is still unacceptably low, and a software catalogue which comprises of a plethora of ports and rehashes.
Regardless, it has phenomenal technical capabilities and better titles are further down the line, such as Exit.
One of its trademark symbols is reflective of its functions, which include pictures, movies, music and most importantly, games. In addition, it has its own web browser and frequent firmware updates add various new features, such as support for different file formats.
Open-minded gamer: It's difficult for me to say a whole lot of positive things about the PSP at this moment in time, but eventually Sony will iron out these first-generation flaws and we'll see a better range of games.
An astonishing, innovative handheld developed by Nintendo which combines and integrates concepts from a PDA and previous handhelds to produce a new method of playing games.
The system houses a dual set of screens, with one being standard LCD and one touch-sensitive and also has a built-in microphone and Wi-Fi capabilities.
It is often rejected by those overly concerned with the glitz and glamour of multi-functionality over creativity, although many are unaware that it is compatible with the inexpensive GBA player device, which allows it to play audio and video files and read e-books.
Informed Gamer: Who cares about a hundred pointless media features (when there are half a dozen portable media players on the market) when I can interact with games like never before on my DS?
A haven for the pitifully devoted portion of the FFXI
community to vent their juvenile frustration over trivial occurrences in a video game, such as KS
. Participants in these dramatic forum conflicts are predominantly comprised of academic failures, people with little to no social dominance and those who value pixels over reality in a somewhat similar vein to a technosexual
Oh noes, TribeWTF KS’ed my Bubbly Bernie at 3%! To the forums!
Lordwafik based his entire life around mortifying immaterial representations of individuals by posting childish remarks on Killing Ifrit.
December 28, 2005
Just another regular day. Fuck Patriotism.
I sat at home on the 4th of July doing my regular duties, while some obese nationalistic fucktards were rejoicing on the other side of the Atlantic.
The day when every myopic, simple-minded individual rode America’s nuts over a standard act of warfare, which was given a ridiculously high amount of coverage for something so insignificant in the world of war crimes. The fact that America had (and continues to) committed much viler, bloodthirsty acts towards other nations was irrelevant to the occasion, and people seemed oblivious to the fact that there can be repercussions to a country's despicable past actions.
Patriotic American Dickhead: OMG! 9/11 was such a historical tragedy!
An 'occupation' for those too mentally-challenged to seek a real job, thus resort to lightly exposing their bodily features for money. In extremely rare cases is one even marginally intelligent.
Such people are only attractive to the lowest common denominator because whores are bad and true beauty exists internally.
Person with true beauty: I treated multiple aneurisms on the surface of a patient's large intestine during surgery today by performing sedative treatment and vessel suturing. In turn, I saved his life by preventing them from rupturing. How was your day?
Typical Model: LIK, U KNOWW, I WASS TRYIN OUT THE KNEW MAC LIP GLOSS LOL AN TEH COLUR MATSHED MY DRES!!!11111eleven!!!
Total Nonstop Action.
A cutting-edge wrestling promotion co-owned by Jeff Jarrett
and his father. With more funds and major talent acquisitions it is one day likely to prove as worthy competition for the WWE
Regardless, it is consistently proving itself as the superior product which focuses purely on the wrestling aspect, rather than broadcasting degrading, second-rate segments featuring ditzy, whorish Divas with no technical wrestling abilities.
I'd rather watch the high-flying antics of the 'Phenomenal' AJ Styles
on TNA than the same muscle-headed egomaniac give a 20 minute monologue every week.