Yesterday, on a TV show about video games, the host open the show with this simple comment: "Disappointing... Very disappointing..." while holding the GTA:IV box. He explained later that he had started to play the game but that it had crashed 5 straight times in a few minutes only.
I think it has something to do with the version of the console you are using. On the case I reported earlier, the guy played it on 40-something console (which one, I don't remember) while he should maybe use the 60-something version to avoid the crashes.
Well, every game has flaws, even one so routinely hailed as the Second Coming!
Back on topic... don't you miss the days when games were simple, and all you had to worry about was storeing them in cool dry places?
I don't remember those days. I remember blowing furiously on my NES games (it gets worse and worse!) for minutes at a time, trying to get them to work. And I remember the connections on the SNES port being quite sensitive too.
I don't remember those days. I remember blowing furiously on my NES games (it gets worse and worse!)
You know what? I was told that, because they were of bad quality, the little metal teeth inside the console that are reading the cartridges oxidize over time, preventing the teeth to read the game correctly. Since it has been over 20 years that the NES is out, a lot of people are experiencing problems today.