Death and Taxes, giving my money to a company I HATE –
OK, I guess I've avoided getting a PS3, it just seemed like starting over from scratch, and at a whole new scale of expense. But a friend of mine has one, and I finally tripped up, and stumbled in whilst he was actually using it (avert my poor eyes!.. I never even seen it in action till now, the art of avoiding investment), well I guess that was that, video games are DRUGS, after all, though chemical-free, legal, and oh yeah, about 100x more habbit forming than any chemical compound... how diabolical is that?
Once bitten, thus smitten
Once affected, thus infected
I now I just HAVE to HAVE one. Damn. This certainly won't be inexpensive.
I guess excrement occurs.
ANYWAY, I need advice... my friend's 40GB PS3 seems to be incapable of PSX and PS2, appearantly, this unacceptable deficiancy is confined to the 40GB version, but since this is as I said, UNCACCEPTABLE, I'd sure like to know the short version on how hard the shaft is this time.
I recall the magazine ad that sold me my first PS2, and the full page spread showing the network adaptor, hdd, and other periphrial goodies, that as it turned out, were only available with Japanese consoles for 7 whole years until their patents expired. That bait-n-switch bs really ticked me off, I would'nt have bought one but for all that, I was content with my old N64, I never knew the concept of "loading", and I liked it like that.
So, what can I learn from YOUR mistakes, gentlemen?
A toxic agent on a dangerous mission so secret, even I don't know what it is, because if I did, I would have to kill myself. I don't even know who's side I am on.