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I'm a big believer in the Wii. I love the physicality of the Wii controller, and how you can get the feeling of throwing a bowling ball or swinging a golf club. Those are the kinds of games I really like.
BLACKBERRY. Also know as "Crackberry" for it's addictive qualities. It is the modern girl's weapon. It allow her to bid on ebay while walking down the street, map out her shopping route for maximum productivity, and sneak out of work and still get her messages as she peruses the sales racks ...
[The PlayStation 2 is a] historic, a mass-market appliance that fundamentally changes society in the way the printing press did.
I'm pretty content with what I have, but the one thing that I don't have is something like the iPod - but PC-based. I think that would be cool.
After the wheel, the best invention is the PlayStation.
The system itself has the mark of cleverness and ingenuity ... When you manipulate the menu system, you feel as though you are at the helm of the future ... The Xbox probably has the most raw potential for excellent games
The PS3 will instill discipline in our children and adults alike. Everyone will know discipline.
At home I mostly stick to online Scrabble, or chess or Risk - games I find far less addictive than the spectacular games created for consoles these days. But, whenever I get the chance, I head over to my friend Kyri's house to play his PS3.
Told you to buy a Mac.
I used to feel guilty about owning a console.
I have the iPad and I love Words With Friends.
If you can find a PS3 anywhere in North America that's been on shelves for more than five minutes, I'll give you 1200 bucks for it.
I refuse to buy a PS3 or Xbox for my home for fear that it might ruin my life. I think I would cease to accomplish anything productive, would quickly dispense with all human contact, and would very well end up with a nasty case of arthritis in my over-used digits from constant gameplay.
the music player.
A pesudovision! You will go to the pseduovision and you wil lnever come back.
The PC is the LSD of the '90s.
a walther ppk. you're a james bond fan, i imagine....
Photoshop came out of painting, and now it's going back to painting.
Notebook. No photographer should be without one!
The Xbox 360 is the first console that I've ever worked with that actually has development tools that are better for games than what we've had on PC.
We think our PS3 game is better than their Xbox game.
I'm platform agnostic. I've been platform agnostic ever since I went online.
I'm an iPod person.
If I didn't already own this, how much would I spend to buy it?
I'm a huge gamer.
And charge it please.
We have three post-PC devices: the iPod, the iPhone, and the iPad, the revolutionary device that defined a whole new categoryit's outstripping the wildest of predictions.
We want to let you use a Mac, or Windows PC, or iPad, or Android, without having to think about any of the technical details.
When I sit down in front of a Windows machine, I can't write; when I sit down in front of my Mac, I can write. So I only use Macs.
I'm not a big gamer, really. I used to play back in the day - 'Mario Brothers,' 'Mario Kart' and 'Mortal Kombat.'
'Blasto' is a new game for Sony Playstation. It's an awesome three-dimensional game, and I play the character Blasto who's sort of a Flash Gordon barrel-chested superhero who goes to Uranus and shoots these little green alien Fascist guys. He rescues babes; he goes on wild rides.
When it comes to Nintendo products, I gotta go with the new stuff.
Most of us grew up with video games in the household, either the original Nintendo in the living room or hoarding quarters for that trip to the arcade. And as time moves on, that line of nostalgia will keep moving forward where 'Frogger' gets replaced with 'Street Fighter 2' or 'Resident Evil 4.'
Games have always a big part of my life. I was that kid freaking out over his new Nintendo.
developer. Thank You, The Kindle
Penumbra [...] produces another e-reader - it's a Nook. Then another one, a Sony. Another one, marked KOBO. Really? Who has a Kobo?
I have a wild game camera.
The PS3 is a total disaster on so many levels, I think It's really clear that Sony lost track of what customers and what developers wanted.
I don't travel anywhere without the PS3 and XBox. There's nothing better to do on long bus trips while on tour.
My iPod that was programmed by Peter Buck. It has 7,000 songs hand-picked for me by him.
I got to play with Nintendo's Wii, yes it's a funny name and not very revolutionary but it was fun whipping your arms around.
I just bought a Mac to help me design the next Cray.
From Xbox in the previous generation to Xbox One, it's fundamentally transformed.
The Xbox 360 is the best game console ever designed. It's fast and powerful - games look as good on the 360 as on high-end PCs that cost six times as much. It's easy to navigate and has lots of useful secondary features - the ability to play digital video, stream MP3s, and so on.
Everybody's saturated with the marketing hype of next-generation consoles. They are wonderful, but the truth is that they are as powerful as a high end PC is right now.
I'm not really a gamer.
I wrote this book to fill a blind spot in our history, to remind us that outsider amateur game-makers creating personal games have always been here. Since before your Xbox. Since before your PlayStation.
Lest we forget where we come from. Lest we forget what we're capable of.
Young bloods can't spell but they can rock you in Playstation
The Wii U is pretty cool, and the thing that I'm most intrigued about it is it's the first gaming platform that actually is exploiting the second screen.
The Toys of a Lifetime
Xbox is one of the most revered, loved brands in games.
I have a little Nintendo DS, and I play these brain games that are supposed to stimulate your mind.
Game Boy is something that I would like to make something for.
Photoshop should be a free-to-play game. There's not really a difference between very traditional apps and how they enhance productivity and wandering around a forest and killing bears.
Among other things, I use a Samsung mobile phone, a very bad quality video camera, and an old Olympus with extremely bad Sigma lenses.
I can get any retail buyer on the phone with you and get them to verify that not a single retail location in America where there's a PlayStation 3 on the shelf for sale. They've all been sold in a matter of minutes.
PlayStation 3 is another form of meditation. Come on, when you're on set, all day? That's what I do in my trailer, I just play PlayStation 3.
I always get sick of these conversations where people are so obsessed with pixels, with high definition, and even with technology in general. I find it just dull and heartless. And so I wanted to use only the worst machines.
My brother and I are always playing F1 on the PlayStation and now I am going to be in one of those cars on the games!
The world got enamored with smartphones and tablets, but what's interesting is those devices don't do everything that needs to be done. Three-D printing, virtual-reality computing, robotics are all controlled by PCs.
Microsoft shoots for the moon. Sony shoots for the sun.
We definitely have a Wii U. It gets pulled out whenever there's a new great game coming out.
Nintendo DS is not standing still. As a tenth serious competitor decides to make a run at Game Boy, DS raises the bar on portable gaming, before they even get started.
Not to go too far, but Microsoft is probably used by most people out there.
Don't beg for platforms, build your platform.
I can't get enough of 'Call of Duty.' I'm the oldest guy who plays on PlayStation.
Make it just like a Mac.
Actually, before 'Super 8,' I didn't even have a game console. But now I do. For a kickoff for 'Super 8,' they gave us all brand new PlayStation 3s.
I love my iPhone - I've actually gotten into games, and I find them really relaxing. Don't laugh at me, but I have 'Sally's Spa' - fantastic; 'Penguin Catapult' - it's great; and 'Word Solitaire' is my new favorite.
When I was little, we used to have Atari.
CompuServe, and it was not sophisticated, guys. It was the cave painting equivalent to Tumblr.
Mostly I play sports games - football and basketball. 'Inside Drive' and 'NFL Fever.'
I'm not really big on video games at all, I played a lot at the arcade as a kid. I didn't have a system growing up at my house.
1. Shadow of Legends
I think there will be PCs at every price point.
Today, the PC is often still considered just a tool, but together we need to make it a lot more than that. We need to make it a path to experiences.
I am not a gamer. Not since the days of Atari.
I get lonely when I'm a Playstation widow.
I have a PC because I don't know how to use a Mac. Actors always have Macs with them, and when I try to use someone else's, I can't get the hang of it. It's very strange; I don't like it.
Xbox is about to become the next water cooler
Fast, Cheap, Good. Pick two.
I no longer have it (desire to play).
Speed, quality, price. Pick any two.
I'm the only one who was predicting the Nintendo Wii would beat Sony's PlayStation 3.
Fortunately we have a product for people who aren't able to get some form of connectivity, it's called Xbox 360.
The console games, as they come out with this new generation, will have a temporary advantage in price performance, but there are still many things you can do on a PC, more conveniently than you can do on a console machine.
I bought one of the first Nintendo systems and brought that home, and we were playing 'Legend of Zelda' at the time, and it was addicting, and I was playing it for hours and hours and hours.
I don't know video games.The last video game I played, apart from Dance Dance Revolution at Jeremy's house, which I was very good at - Scarlett [Johansson] and I will always have "Billie Jean" - was Super Mario Kart on the Super Nintendo. I'm from the Dark Ages.
Right at the start, when I was about 13 or 14, I only had an Amiga 500 Plus running a bit of tracker software called OctaMED. My brother was big into his computers, and when he moved up to a proper PC, I took charge of the Amiga.
I've always been a fan of Nintendo. My first memories of playing games are on my Nintendo 64 with 'Mario Kart,' so when I found out that Nintendo 3DS made a fashion game, I was drawn to it. 'Style Savvy Trendsetters' is great because anyone can play it.
I moved on from dice baseball to 'MLB: The Show' on PlayStation.
I still have my old Nintendo 64 that works. And I hook it up, and I still play the original 'Goldeneye.' I'm that geek. I have an 'NBA Jam' arcade machine in my office at 'SNL.'
I play a lot of games on my iPhone. There is a game called Rat on a Scooter that I will promote as much as possible because it has brought me so much joy.
I actually have the Arcade PC at home, and it has 5,500 games on it. Everything from the old school, Galaga, Tron, Missile Command, anything you can think of, they're all on there. I love the old school games.
The PC is becoming a truck. Everybody is using a tablet and a phone.
As far as my house, I have a ton of video games and three or four old consoles.
All of a sudden, if you think about the entire ecosystem of connected devices that can pull down information, access content and allow me to share and work and communicate, the vast majority now are not Windows computers. They are iPhones. They are iPads. They are Android devices.