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#49 - No joke here, this happened to me for one. I was hit …  [+] (1 reply) 06/08/2013 on Read Description +1
#52 - DrPeppir (06/08/2013) [-]
I guess it depends on your position when it hit you and the slant of the car.
#666 - Oddly enough, Sony did this quite well. The PS1 was releas…  [+] (3 replies) 05/27/2013 on long but worth the read -1
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#686 - bothemastaofall (05/27/2013) [-]
Emulating software becomes proportionally more resources as the original software requires more resources.
Emulating N64 games: Easy
PS2: harder
PS3 and x360: possible, but only with hardware that no sane manufacturer would mass produce in a single console.
#700 - gjsmothefirst (05/27/2013) [-]
Your first sentence is horrible from a grammatical perspective, but I'll ignore that for the time being.

PS2 emulation is all but perfect now. PS3 and Xbox 360 emulation exists, but no-one's put time or effort into it. Of course, Sony wants to do just that: www.polygon.com/2013/2/20/4010862/ps4-not-compatible-with-ps3-streaming .

Put it this way - Microsoft could do this if they want to. Microsoft doesn't care, though - or maybe they're just trying to intentionally screw us over. No matter how you play it, from what we know as of now, the PS4 is going to be infinitely more gamer-friendly than the Xbox One.
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#692 - bothemastaofall (05/27/2013) [-]
*more resource intensive