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  1. Korasi

    Gold Giveaway 1 Year

    Omg thanks for this man <3
  2. Korasi

    Gta Iv W@w Mw2 Iso Disc Shop/for Sale (Open) [Cheap]

    Looks legit, nice job man, good luck with your shop!
  3. Really nice tool man, il vouch for you anyday!
  4. Korasi

    Moni's Challenge Lobby Tos

    There is no need for this..? Problems. ~ You can't "ban" anyone ~He has rules on his own post ~You can't call paypal up because your not moni? Lol..
  5. Korasi

    600 Posts

    Congratulations Man, Keep up the good work! <3
  6. Korasi

    Gfx Badges

    YOU leeched the first one...
  7. Nice song, like the tunes and the beats.
  8. Korasi

    When Did U Start Modding?

    Starting Modding when i was about 12, (5 years ago) :D
  9. Korasi

    Gold Giveaway

    7 7777777777777777777777777777777
  10. My Dream rank would be, `Sexy` :3
  11. Korasi

    Favorite Member On Xm

    Moni is my favourite :D
  12. Korasi

    Three Word Story

    to rape his 2020202020202020020202
  13. Here's the official listing of the PS4 specification as it stands Main Processor: Single-chip custom processor CPU: x86-64 AMD 'Jaguar' 8 cores GPU: 1.84 TFLOPS, AMD next-generation Radeon™ based graphics engine Memory: GDDR5 8GB Hard Disk Drive: Built-in 500GB Size and weight: 305x53x275mm and 2.8kg Optical Drive (read only): BD 6xCAV DVD 8xCAV I/O and communication: Super-Speed USB (USB 3.0) AUX Ethernet (10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T) IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Bluetooth® 2.1 (EDR) AV output: HDMI Digital Output (optical) Source: http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/games/1298257/ps4-price-release-date-drm-controller-specs-news
  14. PS4 DRM AND USED GAMES Video games are often presented as being cutting-edge entertainment, but at E3 Sony struck a massive blow against its main rival by simply standing still. DRM, digital licensing and mandatory internet connections have become big topics in this fledgling console war. Microsoft’s plan was to join the likes of Apple, Amazon and Steam - with content that lives in the cloud and is attached to your user account rather than physical media - with all the restrictions and advantages that entails. Sony subtly presents its point to Microsoft It wasn’t a popular move though, or at least not popular with those on gaming websites, forums and twitter. And so Sony scored an open goal by announcing that disc-based games would work the same as ever, yours to play, yours to sell and yours to lend. This sounded simple compared to the Xbox One’s DRM system, which Microsoft U-turned on within days of E3 and announced that it too would continue with DRM-free physical media. Sony took moral high ground in the DRM battle, forcing Microsoft to back down on its proposals However, don't let that victory trick you into thinking this issue is dead and buried. It only applies to first-party Sony games, with third-party publishers free to implement whatever DRM restrictions they can invent. That leaves PS4 gamers in the same position as they are today, with constant incremental implementation of DRM by publishers. We hope we’re wrong and that DRM issues will not be a big issue on the PS4, but gaming is swimming against the tide here and we’re pessimistic that it will soon follow the likes of Apple and Steam. Many are picturing Microsoft as the big bad and Sony as a knight in shining armour, but until we get some clear answers to our questions (Sony hasn't been able to comment so far) we’ll be wary. We're interested in such things as: 1. Has Sony made any commitment to getting all games on sale through PSN on the day of disc release? (first party and/or third party) 2. Will Sony be allowing gamers to share PSN purchases with friends/family on other consoles 3. Will PSN purchases be locked to a user account or to the console, or both in some way? 4. Will others on your PS4 be able to play multi-player online under their own ‘Truenames’ or will it only be the PS Plus subscriber? Primarily, we want to know whether or not third-party publishers will be limited by Sony in their implementation of DRM through user accounts, with regards to gamers using cloud features, multiplayer, patches and other online components. The way gaming is moving, it’s all well and good to argue that you want to play single-player games alone and offline, but that is increasingly becoming sidelined, with single-player, multi-player and co-op all being blended together - such as in Bungie’s Destiny. Some good news has come out, with Sony stating that you will be able to take games you have bought online and downloaded and play them at friend's houses by logging into their console, but this is no different to how most current consoles function. For more information read: PS4 game sharing, Play As You Download features detailed Who will have the final say on DRM, Sony or third-party publishers, our guess is the latter Source: http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/games/1298257/ps4-price-release-date-drm-controller-specs-news
  15. Going for President.