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This review is from: Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes PlayStation 3
Pros: The continuing saga of the Metal Gear Series!
(PS4 review; however unable to review there)
Stunning visuals!! Very fluid character motion! The time spent in game was very fun!
Cons: Paid the listedretail price at the time of this review, for a game that lasted about 1.5 hours (or longer depending on your play style).
Ground Zero really means that its one playable location. That's it. I thought it was a joke when the credits stated going by. I had to check the time to make sure I hadn't somehow played it for hours on end and simply lost track. (think back to days of socom 1, 2)
I don't see why they did not just include this game on the release of phantom pain. It comes across like a very good demo but a very shady marketing ploy set at this price.
This review is from: GWC KD053D 2-Port PS/2 DVI KVM Switch
Pros: Fast shipping as always.
Product works, if you just want to use it for pc's...
Cons: Hooked up to both my pc and ps3. Did not work with ps3. Worked decently on the pc. GWC customer service was very poor. I had called them about probable HDCP issues. They had said it should work.
They hung up on me while I was on hold for some time, all meanwhile they were trying to "figure out HDCP compatiblity".
I called back. GWC customer service finally just said "Uh, yeah it looks like it just wont work with a ps3, just send it back to newegg."
They did not, nor do they currently know what HDCP is. I will not be buying GWC products again.
Also, there was no manual included with the product and (really goes without saying) this unit is not HDCP compatible.
Overall Terrible experience. *Not neweggs fault
Other Thoughts: Had to send back to newegg. This ended up costing me $$$ out of my pocket for shipping and restocking fees.
Should've listened to the other negative reviews and researched a bit better.
Do not buy this, unless you're using it ONLY for pc's with dvi-i/d.
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Date Joined: 11/28/05
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