US - Uncharted 2: Among Thieves - see you in a couple weeks! Need to see if GameStop is doing a midnight opening or if they'll be cool with me just breaking a window to grab a copy. (Hope this one doesn't turn into Doom for the second half.) - Brütal Legend - clearly in the "yay, don't have to see these commercials anymore!" category - Cars Race O Rama - Way of the Samurai 3 - Where the Wild Things Are
- Fallout 3: Game of The Year Edition - Midnight Club: Los Angeles (Complete Edition) (Greatest Hits)
Europe - Brutal Legend - Uncharted 2 : Among Thieves
- Guitar Hero 5 * “California Queen” by Wolfmother ($1.99) * “Cosmic Egg” by Wolfmother ($1.99) * “Pilgrim” by Wolfmother ($1.99) * Wolfmother Track Pack ($5.49)
- Red Faction: Guerrilla Smasher Pack ($4.99)
- Rock Band * “Show Me the Way”— Black Tide ($1.99) * “What’s My Age Again?”— Blink-182 ($1.99) * “Satch Boogie”— Joe Satriani ($1.99) * “Surfing with the Alien”— Joe Satriani ($1.99) * “Icarus – Borne on Wings of Steel (Live)”— Kansas ($1.99) * “Point of Know Return (Live)”— Kansas ($1.99) * “Andres”— L7 ($1.99) * “(We Are) The Road Crew ‘08”— Motörhead ($1.99) * “The Metal”— Tenacious D ($1.99) * “More Than Meets the Eye”— Testament ($1.99) * The Brütal Legend Pack ($2.99)
Downloadable Games * WipEout HD Fury – The Complete Pack (£17.99/€24.99) PEGI 3+ * .detuned (£2.39/€2.99) PEGI 3+ * Uno (£7.99/€9.99) PEGI 3+ * Mushroom Wars (£7.99/€9.99) PEGI 7+
Add-On Game Content * Buzz! – Space Quiz (£3.99/€4.99) PEGI 3+ * Lumines Supernova o Holiday Pack (£1.59/€1.99) o Bundle Pack (contains the Classic Pack and Holiday Pack) (£3.19/€3.99) * High Velocity Bowling o Doug Graves (£0.79/€0.99) o Halloween Ball Pack (free) o Planets Ball Pack (£0.79/€0.99) * Guitar Hero 5 o California Queen by Wolfmother (£1.59/€1.99) o Cosmic Egg by Wolfmother (£1.59/€1.99) o Pilgrim by Wolfmother (£1.59/€1.99) o Wolfmother Track Pack (contains the three Wolfmother tracks listed above) (£4.39/€5.49) * Rock Band o Andres by L7 (£0.99/€1.49) o Icarus – Borne on the Wings of Steel (Live) by Kansas (£0.99/€1.49) o More Than Meets the Eye by Testament (£0.99/€1.49) o Point of Know Return (Live) by Kansas (£0.99/€1.49) o Satch Boogie by Joe Satriani (£0.99/€1.49) o Show Me the Way by Black Tide (£0.99/€1.49) o Surfing With the Alien by Joe Satriani (£0.99/€1.49) o The Metal by Tenacious D (£0.99/€1.49) o (We Are) The Road Crew ‘08? by Motörhead (£0.99/€1.49) o What’s My Age Again by (£0.99/€1.49) o Brütal Legend Pack 01 (this pack contains the tracks ‘(We Are) The Road Crew ‘08? by Motörhead, ‘The Metal’ by Tenacious D, and ‘More Than Meets the Eye’ by Testament.) (£2.49/€3.99)
So far I love Uncharted 2. It really does feel and look cinematic. So far the story is mundane, but I'm not really playing it for the richness of its narrative. It can get frustrating at time as well, but so far I have almost no qualms about buying it outright instead of just renting it (as I did with the first Uncharted game).
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Folding works fine. It's part of the OS, and they're very slightly tried to build around it, so it probably will be with them for a while.
Besides the lack of PS2 compatibility, I think the biggest complaint people have had is only having 2 USB ports. Controllers are wireless, but since you charge them by plugging them in, and use those same ports for thumb drive transfers or keyboard/camera accessories, it might require juggling or a generic $15 USB extender.
Otherwise, I think the Slim is a better deal in all ways that matter. It puts out less heat and less fan noise, and it supposedly uses less energy. The system runs at the same speed, and you're not going to notice a difference between while using them. I haven't seen anyone mention issues of something working on one model and not the other, so far.
The Slim has a bigger hard drive than most old PS3 models, and the hard drive is supposed to be easier to replace and upgrade - though there really shouldn't be any need to do that.
If you find a deep discount, there's nothing wrong with the old model, but the Slim is a definite improvement.
Metro 2033 is sheer awesomeness. If you haven't heard much about it, it's like a mix between first-person shooting and survival horror. It's not ultra combat-heavy, but that's what sets it apart. It's unique in a field of wannabes.