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The one game I distinctly remembering having it is Star Ocean: The Last Hope (360/PS3)
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I just started playing that star ocean now... just finished crysis 3 and not interested with gta5. Am i the only one that dont like gta series...
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I don't either. However, I may eventually try this one. After Sleeping Dogs, I got a taste for the genre.
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Sleeping Dogs is so underrated. GTA V is really good so far as well. They make a lot of smart choices and the heist missions are fantastic. They're basically what I hoped Payday would be. I wouldn't say it's revolutionary as it's definitely a full on sequel, but I can see myself spending way too much time in Los Santos. Saints Row is silly fun, but Rockstar are better "world builders" imo.

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I remember playing GTAIV when it first came out but didn't finish the game. 4 years later I try to play the game again and I just couldn't do it. I don't have a taste for these games anymore. I mean I have played GTA 3 and Vice City.

 

I did play Sleeping Dogs though. It wasn't too bad.

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I grew up playing all the Grand Theft Autos... so its in my nature to jack fools and murk da police... :cool:

 

Sleeping Dogs took it to another level with its combat...

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Is sleeping dog good? I forgot I have that game and just laying there...

I want to start star ocean, but not really in mood to start a long rpg. Got Rayman origin and legends too, but also not in the mood.

btw, can the astro be used with pc? How do I connect it?

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Sleeping Dogs is good, if not a little rough around the edges. Not bad for a dev doing their first open world sandbox though, many other devs didn't even achieve what Sleeping Dogs did in their first try.

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It was originally part of the True Crime series until Activision dropped it... hence Square Enix picking it up and changing the name...

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I have to second Chico in saying that the PX100-II can get a bit bothersome on the ears. Having spent a few hours the past few days with it... it IS now starting to physically hurt my ears. Neither the KSC75 nor the KSC35 do this, so I'll have to say that the comfort CAN be better. I dunno how I feel about this, since I REALLY like the PX100-II in general, but comfort for me IS top priority... so I don't think I'll be keeping these. I will at least get enough experience with them to put up a review, since I do think more than not, these are an absolute solid pair of headphones. They deserve some spot light.

That being said, I don't think the majority of people will have an issue with them, but I'm really picky with comfort. Like REALLY.
Edited by Mad Lust Envy - 9/19/13 at 11:43pm
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Comfort was the main reason I sold them.  :\

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Nothing breaks my heart here more than amazing sounding headphones that are ruined by lack of comfort. That's like puppies that cause cancer if you touch them...
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

Nothing breaks my heart here more than amazing sounding headphones that are ruined by lack of comfort. That's like puppies that cause cancer if you touch them...

 

LOL  

Or puppies that cause AIDS, depending on where you touch them.   :x

 

 

That's why I stay away from certain closed pleathery headphones.  Even if they sound good I don't want to know because it will be bittersweet when I never want them on my head.

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Yeah man. The LCD2, D7000, ESP950, SR407, etc, etc.... man do they sound amazing... but can't be worn for too long without just making me rage at their comfort.

Now with those pad covers you and that other person posted.... I would give the Denons another go...
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Me and my friend also agreed on the comfort issue. Its better to have a comfortable cans that i actually WANT to wear and for long period, than a superb sounding one but I hesitant to wear and only able to use for short time.
For the Denon D7000, i wished they have velour than pleather.
Starting sleeping dog now...
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