Memory storage. .. Ya, It's not like I carry around a memory stick everywhere I go Playstation for
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#6 - threadz (04/11/2013) [-]
Ya, It's not like I carry around a memory stick everywhere I go
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#3 - anon (04/11/2013) [-]
i finally found one of my memory cards, got really excited and then dropped it on ceramic.... never dropped it before... forgot what happens when you drop them. so now my playstation remains in the closet collecting dust... :/
#1 - anon (04/11/2013) [-]
That's because they're redundant old crap.
#5 to #1 - wheresthefudge (04/11/2013) [-]
Redundant crap eh?   
   
You know what, anon? You're right. There's absolutely no reason for anyone to like anything that's not new. That's why there's no market at all for used game consoles, or used games for that matter (except those which came out this year, of course). And that's probably why tv stations never run reruns, and why nobody reads a book which wasn't published in the last three years (and only once, at that).    
I mean, who could possibly want to relive some good memories from an earlier time? (Especially memories which aren't cross-compatible with newer technology.)   
   
(Also, how exactly are they redundant? The ps1 and ps2 didn't store data on an internal drive, because they didn't have an internal drive, so no redundancy there. Furthermore, there wasn't/isn't another way to store the data -- so no luck there either. I suppose you just don't know the meaning of the words you're using.... More's the shame, I suppose.)
Redundant crap eh?

You know what, anon? You're right. There's absolutely no reason for anyone to like anything that's not new. That's why there's no market at all for used game consoles, or used games for that matter (except those which came out this year, of course). And that's probably why tv stations never run reruns, and why nobody reads a book which wasn't published in the last three years (and only once, at that).
I mean, who could possibly want to relive some good memories from an earlier time? (Especially memories which aren't cross-compatible with newer technology.)

(Also, how exactly are they redundant? The ps1 and ps2 didn't store data on an internal drive, because they didn't have an internal drive, so no redundancy there. Furthermore, there wasn't/isn't another way to store the data -- so no luck there either. I suppose you just don't know the meaning of the words you're using.... More's the shame, I suppose.)
User avatar #2 to #1 - angrybarts (04/11/2013) [-]
Someone was born within the last 7 yrs
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